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Unlike a sizable contingent of Bernie Sanders supporters at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, George Albro was in a good mood rou

After a long week at the state Capitol and no long-term deal on the rent control laws that expired Monday, legislators agreed to a five-day tempora

At the top of the year, it seemed inconceivable that the legislative session would go by in Albany without the governor and Legislature coming to s

The authority that manages Buffalo’s public housing system has formed a plan to deal with continually subpar occupancy rates and financial issues,

Several weeks ago, Carmen Yulín Cruz, the mayor of San Juan, Puerto Rico, was visiting our city and hailed a cab in Greenwich Village to t

What if they held an election and nobody came to vote?

Assembly Democrats might disagree on the reasoning, but after they emerged from a six-hour conference lasting late into Monday night one thing was

In less than two months, students across New York state will pick up their pencils and sit for math and English state assessments.