Annie McDonough

Mayor Bill de Blasio enjoys lunch with students at school.
Charter schools may be neglected, but teacher evaluations and mayoral control are back on the agenda.
Policy
policy
The school aid New York was ordered to provide a decade ago could arrive next year.
Why newly empowered Democrats will fight to increase school funding in the upcoming budget.
Policy
policy
Tim Wu shared his thoughts on the future of net neutrality and what a new antitrust movement might look like.
The coiner of “net neutrality” says Big Tech took us back to the Gilded Age.
Personality
personality
Incoming state Senate Majority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins has indicated that she intends to keep the “millionaire’s” tax in place.
A tax surcharge for high earners is set to expire by 2020, but a new state Senate may extend it permanently.
Policy
policy
donald trump
It might be another New Yorker vs. New Yorker contest.
News & Politics
article
Brewer interns
Brewer has mentored thousands of aspiring politicos. Here are a few that went on to bigger things.
News & Politics
article
Protesters carry anti-Amazon posters during a rally opposing the Amazon headquarters getting subsidies to locate in Long Island City.
State and city lawmakers who want to thwart the governor’s and mayor’s plans have a few weapons in their arsenal.
Policy
policy
Chuck Schumer’s connections to Facebook have been scrutinized.
The senator’s relationship to Facebook is scrutinized by The New York Times.
Policy
policy
Andrew Cuomo Jeff Bezos
New York is offering Amazon up to $1.2 billion in Excelsior tax credits – here’s what that means.
Policy
policy
Long Island City
New York has an incentives package for Amazon, but taxpayers may never know what’s in it.
News & Politics
article
Annie McDonough
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