Lawmakers eye public works reform, elevator safety and farmworkers’ rights.
Bogus training certificates are putting workers in danger, critics say.
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Hakeem Jeffries
The emboldened party is bullish on an infrastructure bill thanks to a new majority.
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Why the conference’s return to Puerto Rico is crucial for the diaspora.
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Cuomo voting
Tuesday saw the highest voter turnout for a midterm in almost 50 years.
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Democratic New York Attorney General-elect Letitia James celebrates her victory during an election night party in the Brooklyn
Democrats sweep, New Yorkers ascending to power in Congress, and women making history.
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New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio votes in the 2018 general election at the Park Slope Library in Brooklyn.
The NYC Board of Elections has a history of issues.
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Andrea Stewart Cousins and John Flanagan
Control of Congress and the state Senate, a test of GOP’s appeal – and de Blasio’s.
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PARTICIPANTS
The governor granted thousands of parolees the right to vote. The GOP went on the attack. So what do parolees have to say?
Policy
policy
Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams addresses the crowd during a press conference outside a Jewish family services center in Midwood.
The Brooklyn borough president said he’d carry his gun into faith services.
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Jumaane-Williams-Ruben-Diaz-Jr
The candidates are both looking for higher office.
Personality
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Jeff Coltin
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