Opinion

Editor's Note

Editor's note: Turkey giveaways are as important as ever

Rising costs mean more constituents will be hoping for a free bird this year.

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Editor's note: Oprah’s endorsement of Fetterman should remind Hochul she’s got celebs on her side too

After hosting get-out-the vote rallies with big name Democrats, Gov. Kathy Hochul might also want to tout that she’s got some Hollywood star power supporting her campaign.

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Opinion: Why Kathy Hochul will win

Tightening polls are to be expected, but New York’s first female governor has the résumé to continue to lead in a deep blue state.

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Opinion: Why Lee Zeldin will win

For the first time in more than a decade, the conditions are right to elect a Republican governor in New York.

Courts

Opinion: How a court’s mission aligned with its response to Superstorm Sandy

The Red Hook Community Justice Center takes a holistic approach to overcoming challenges following Superstorm Sandy by increasing civic engagement and prioritizing social services.

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Editor’s Note: NYC’s High Line is once again a “lifeline”

The former elevated railroad bed that once delivered goods and supplies to the west side of lower Manhattan is now providing a vital link to the struggling Hudson Yards.

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Opinion: Governor’s race now a nailbiter

A deep analysis of recent polling shows momentum seems on the side of Republicans, not Democrats, both across New York State and the country.

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Editor’s Note: Rebuilt bridge to Manhattan’s Waterside Plaza is a win for access

An ADA-compliant pedestrian span will replace an old bridge across FDR Drive as part of a $1.6 billion life sciences hub project.

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Editor’s Note: New York City’s beloved newsstands are holding on for dear life

Between a new program converting the stands into delivery worker hubs and the loyalty of customers, this icon of city life is evolving to stick around.

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Editor’s Note: Asylum-seekers could fill New York City job vacancies

Migrants who get this far have earned their place in a city “built by immigrants.”

Opinion: Domestic Violence Awareness Month arrives in the worst year for gender justice in recent U.S. history

The repeal of Roe v. Wade, among other events, have made 2022 catastrophic for women and pregnant people, leaving Black, Indigenous, People of Color, immigrant and impoverished women, trans and non-binary people to suffer at disproportionately high levels.

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Opinion: The Close to Home Act shows there’s a better way to youth incarceration

After 10 years, youth arrests in New York City declined by 86%, helping to overturn a juvenile system that was once riddled in chaos.

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Editor’s note: Moving MSG could be a winner for New York City

Opening up Penn Station to let in light would be a good thing for commuters – and potentially the Knicks.

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Opinion: After COVID-19, we need more focus on health equity

For years, policymakers focused on health care coverage issues to solve inequities in the sector, but the pandemic highlighted realities that show racial and ethnic disparities remain.

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Editor’s Note: Missing the 9/11 Tribute Museum

The museum’s location in lower Manhattan was closed just about a month before this year’s observance of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.