Jabari Brisport is headed to Albany.
The next DSA state senator talks pandemic-era schooling, missing his students and the work that awaits him in Albany.
Personality
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New York has over two dozen congressional races to decide this year.
It was a bad night for Democrats in competitive races.
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New Yorkers voting at  Park Slope Armory YMCA on October 27th.
Boards of election may be a target for bad actors, but it’s not so easy to hack the vote.
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New York City’s transit system has always had a bit of an issue with modernization.
The Transit Tech Lab picks eight finalist companies to address pandemic challenges.
Policy
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New York City Corporation Counsel James Johnson.
A new lawsuit aims to stop the Trump administration from withholding money over “anarchist jurisdiction” classification.
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A teacher conducts class remotely at One World Middle School at Edenwald in the Bronx.
New York City prepares for the long haul.
Policy
policy
In June, the governors of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut formed a joint quarantine agreement for travelers from other states.
Cuomo says it’s impractical to bar travel from New York’s neighbors.
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De Blasio championed some of the key actions the state took to curb the spread of the virus before Cuomo did.
New Yorkers may have more love for Cuomo, but on some COVID-19 policies, de Blasio got there first.
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President Donald Trump, with Abbott’s ID NOW rapid COVID-19 tests.
What we know about the 400,000 15-minute tests New York is sending to schools, hospitals and local governments.
Policy
policy
A student at One World Middle School in the Bronx.
Remote attendance data was released for the first time.
Policy
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Annie McDonough
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