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A COVID-19 vaccine is administered at NYC Health + Hospitals/Elmhurst in Queens.
New York ramps up its vaccination efforts. Here’s a look at other key COVID-19 figures in the state.
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Brooklyn Marine Terminal
Debate remains over whether it could coexist with Industry City rezoning.
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A woman gets vaccinated at Calvary Baptist Church in White Plains.
Confusion in the county has led many to book vaccine appointments in New York City.
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President Biden and Governor Cuomo at the 9-11 memorial service at the World Trade Center in 2020.
No one thinks the governor harmed his relationship with the president, but some say he is avoiding hard budget choices.
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Former New York Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver leaves U.S. District Court after he was sentenced to 6 1/2 years in prison on July 20, 2020.
The former Assembly speaker is finally serving time – and he’s staying in prison.
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Campaign Confidential is a weekly newsletter that goes out on Tuesdays.
And more coverage of key 2021 races.
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President Biden takes the oath of office on January 20.
The state’s finances hinge on getting multiple types of federal aid.
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Joe Biden riding Amtrak on the campaign trail in September 2020.
A rail enthusiast in the Oval Office signals hope for more federal aid and transportation funding.
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Brooklyn Borough President and mayoral candidate Eric Adams.
A look at the latest fundraising numbers for 2021 NYC elections.
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Krysten Copeland, right, led communications strategy for Rep. Yvette Clarke's successful primary campaign.
Despite running successful campaigns again and again, many Black women still face barriers to being heard.
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