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A medical worker sticking her head outside of a COVID-19 testing tent at Elmhurst Hospital Center in New York.

Hunkered down at home to hide from the COVID-19 pandemic, New York City residents can see and hear the signs of a horrific gathering calamity.

New York City Councilwoman Farah Louis.

Every generation gets its own cliché, with millenials often described as lazy and the up-and-coming Generation Z labeled as entitled.

Senator Bernie Sanders and former Vice President Joe Biden, the two Democratic presidential front-runners.

New Yorkers won’t vote in the Democratic presidential primary until April 28, but dozens of prominent political experts and Empire State elected of

Inside a joint session at the U.S. Congress

With New York’s congressional primaries set for June 26, followed by the the general election on Nov.

Mayor de Blasio at the Brooklyn Navy Yard where local firms have begun manufacturing Personal Protective Equipment.

It wasn’t the clearest photo – more Sasquatch sighting than mayor out on the town – but the silhouettes were easily recognizable: New York City May

This election season, underrepresented groups in politics are making waves on the campaign trail – from

Shaniyat Chowdhury.

A twentysomething democratic socialist bartender pulled off an incredible upset in 2018, beating one of Queens’ longest-serving House members