Interviews & Profiles

Nassau County Executive Laura Curran.
It takes a lot to sway skeptical suburbanites – especially after Mangano’s fall from grace.
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Assembly Energy Committee Chairman Michael Cusick.
Lawmakers held a hearing on the July blackouts, but they’re still waiting for answers.
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State Sen. Chris Jacobs with his family.
“Collins is the only person putting this district in jeopardy of not staying Republican.”
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NYC Council Member Mark Levine speaks at a press conference with taxi drivers on the steps of NY City Hall calling for debt forgiveness for their medallions, July 11.
'Those folks got the carpet pulled out from under them.'
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A vintage New York City taxi medallion.
A proposed bill wants to make sure it is at least $175,000.
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Erica Vladimer.
A Q&A with one of the candidates challenging Rep. Carolyn Maloney.
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Rep. Hakeem Jeffries.
He’s the slow-walking, slow-talking establishment. And he’s not worried at all. 
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Black Lives Matter activist Shaun King.
A Q&A with the Black Lives Matter activist on his foray into NYC politics.
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Money under an umbrella.
Legislators and the state’s top regulator offer their insights.
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32BJ SEIU's new president, Kyle Bragg.
Kyle Bragg, the new 32BJ president, reflects on Amazon, upcoming elections and advocating for workers.
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