New York

A client exits a Brooklyn-based food bank.
A report finds the first such gain in four years, but many still feel stuck.
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Rep. Joseph Crowley at Ground Zero in 2015.
Two critics of primary victor Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez have cited her views on Israel.
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Assemblyman Brian Miller being sworn in.
“I did not sign that.” “That’s impossible.” “I’d like to know who’s using my name.”
News & Politics
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Gov. Andrew Cuomo at a rally following President Donald Trump's decision Monday night to nominate Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court.
The state’s 1970 abortion law is outdated, liberal critics say.
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Letitia James City Council
It’s early, but the attorney general candidate has locked up eight endorsements.
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New York State Capitol
A missing GOP senator lead to a chaotic power struggle.
News & Politics
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Marcus Molinaro in Rockefeller Center
The GOP will make picks for governor, lieutenant governor, attorney general and comptroller.
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Manhattan office buildings
It throws off the air control - and buildings will soon have to ventilate the air anyway.
News & Politics
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State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman
The attorney general stepped down hours after a report he physically abused four women.
News & Politics
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Joy WIlliams Melissa Mark-Viverito Stephanie Miner Zephyr Teachout
Mark-Viverito, Miner, Teachout and Williams talk voting reforms, women in government and DeRosa’s tweet.
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