Dan Donovan

Former United States Congressman Michael Grimm Enters United States Federal Court in Brooklyn New York Usa 17 July 2015
Can a convicted felon knock a fellow Republican out of Congress?
US Sen. Dianne Feinstein walking in the Senate Subway on Capitol Hill.
Four takeaways that could influence congressional races in the Empire State.
Harvey Weinstein being led away in handcuffs from the First Police Precinct in Manhattan.
A roundup of the week’s political news.
Grey box with words "Winners & Losers" written in black
From Senate stalemates to politically motivated pardons, it was a week filled with winners and losers.
Incumbents and leading challengers are raking in donations.
Staten Island Ferry passing in front of the Statue of Liberty
The island's rising stars.
Dan Donovan
The congressman’s airtight logic: Grimm is a felon, so he must love Cuomo and hate Trump.
Demonstrators in front of White House protest inaction on gun control, following deadly shooting in a Florida high school.
Gun control may influence New York’s competitive congressional races.
A glass jar for coin donations
Potentially competitive primaries and general elections are raking in donations.
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