Rep. Hakeem Jeffries.
He’s the slow-walking, slow-talking establishment. And he’s not worried at all. 
Black Lives Matter activist Shaun King.
A Q&A with the Black Lives Matter activist on his foray into NYC politics.
Money under an umbrella.
Legislators and the state’s top regulator offer their insights.
32BJ SEIU's new president, Kyle Bragg.
Kyle Bragg, the new 32BJ president, reflects on Amazon, upcoming elections and advocating for workers.
2021 Mayoral hopeful Dianne Morales.
The Afro-Latina nonprofit CEO will be a first-time candidate in 2021.
State Sen. Michael Gianaris was a "liberal regular." Then Queens transformed around him.
Or is Joe Crowley’s old pal just along for the ride?
Former New York City Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito at the Puerto Rican Day Parade in 2014.
The former New York City Council speaker talks about the island’s recent uprising and why she’ll never be silenced.
Former Chief Judge of New York State Jonathan Lippman delivers his State of the Judiciary address in Albany, 2015.
The former chief judge thinks there is a broad consensus on replacing the facility with borough-based jails.
John Raskin, co-founder and outgoing executive director of the Riders Alliance.
The transit advocate talks leaving the grassroots group, successful campaigns and the challenges ahead.
A Black Lives Matter protest in New York City.
The Rolling Stone journalist says NYPD rules and gentrification led to tragedy.