Rudy Giuliani

New York City Council chambers at City Hall
Recommendations dilute some mayoral power, but not to the extent the City Council originally wanted.
A civilian casts a vote.
The decline of the Liberal Party and the success of the Conservative Party should give progressives pause.
E.J. McMahon on the left and Julia Salazar on the right
Rocky and Apollo. Thor and Loki. Hakeem Jeffries and the Koch brothers.
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Public Advocate Letitia James and Senator Brad Hoylman rallied at Bryant Park before marching to Trump Tower demanding the President release his taxes.
Subpoena and voting power would grant meaningful oversight ability.
Michael Cohen, Rudy Giuliani and Donald Trump Jr.
Embarrassingly incompetent New Yorkers are dominating the national political debate.
Some have begun to wonder whether former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, who first rose to prominence as the U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York, was ever actually an effective attorney at all.
The former mayor’s recent foot-in-mouth moments make one wonder how he became a renowned prosecutor.
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Kevin Bacon, U.S. Sen. Chuck Schumer, Cynthia Nixon and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio.
The shortest paths between local pols and the “Footloose” star.
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From Senate stalemates to politically motivated pardons, it was a week filled with winners and losers.