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Senator Bernie Sanders and Mayor Bill de Blasio in 2017.
The New York City mayor’s most recent tweets reveal he’s transformed into the quintessential U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders supporter.
New York State Senator Michael Gianaris in the Senate Chamber.
The lefty leader’s political history is peppered with establishment ties.
Rapper Cardi B.
The outspoken Bronx native joins forces with Bernie Sanders.
Tracy Morgan as Tray Barke in "The Last O.G."
The show you’ve never seen nails it on Brooklyn, race and real estate.
Bill de Blasio, Tim Ryan and Julian Castro were among 10 to face off during the first presidential debate Wednesday!
Hizzoner tests an anti-corporate message on the national stage.
Tiffany Cabán speaks during a Queens District Attorney candidates forum at St. John's University.
The New York Times editorial board endorsed insurgent newcomer Tiffany Cabán for Queens DA. But what does their stamp of approval really do for a candidate?
Senator Bernie Sanders began his campaign for a 2020 Presidential nomination with a rally at Brooklyn College in March, 2019.
U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders is the most New York candidate for president.
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand launching her 2020 presidential campaign.
Eight candidates have some roots in New York.
Senator Kamala Harris waves to crowd after announcing her candidacy for president in January, 2019.
The California senator won our online March Madness tournament of Democratic presidential contenders.