Policy

Mayor Bill de Blasio enjoys lunch with students at school.
Charter schools may be neglected, but teacher evaluations and mayoral control are back on the agenda.
The school aid New York was ordered to provide a decade ago could arrive next year.
Why newly empowered Democrats will fight to increase school funding in the upcoming budget.
Huge crowd participated at "Never Again" rally to protest and change gun laws after the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
With the GOP out of the way, lawmakers are eyeing parole reform, gun control and justice for childhood sexual assault victims.
The New York Interfaith Community comes together in solidarity following a week of violent hate crimes.
As lawmakers renew push for Child Victims Act, Cuomo warns of bankrupting the Catholic Church.
Darcel Clark would have made political enemies and strange bedfellows had she pursued the case.
The Bronx DA would have made political enemies and strange bedfellows had she pursued the case.
New York City tenant advocates are hopeful that the Democrats will go to bat for renters.
What’s on the table in next year’s rent regulation debate.
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The governor’s plans to revamp JFK, LaGuardia and Penn Station.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo opened the first span of the new Kosciusko Bridge with a light show synchronized to music.
Critics say the governor's marquee projects neglect the state’s less flashy infrastructure needs.
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It's the last remnant of New York City’s bad old days.
Incoming state Senate Majority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins has indicated that she intends to keep the “millionaire’s” tax in place.
A tax surcharge for high earners is set to expire by 2020, but a new state Senate may extend it permanently.
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