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Jerrold Nadler and the army of federal leaders from New York
New Jersey Governor-elect Phil Murphy and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio made similar progressive promises during their campaigns
Suffragists march down Fifth Avenue in October 1917, displaying placards containing the signatures of more than 1 million New York women demanding the right to vote.
From suffragettes to Congress, a timeline of women in state politics.
As Hurricane Harvey hammers Texas, Staten Island Borough President James Oddo says lessons of Superstorm Sandy are ignored
Bronx nonprofit influencers you need to know right now
Tracking New York’s convicted politicians
Donald Trump slams Bill de Blasio in fiery Long Island appearance
UPDATED: New York Republicans respond to Trump’s ban on transgender people in the military
New York Democrats slam U.S. Senate health care vote
Why is it still so hard to come out of the closet in New York politics?