Julie Menin on expanding Wi-Fi to NYCHA residents

The New York City Council member also discusses the detection of arsenic in the water at the Jacob Riis Houses and cuts to the Department of Education budget in an interview with City & State.

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Editor’s note: Policymakers must stop the continued suffering of carriage horses

The city’s elected officials are missing how New Yorkers have a lot of love for animals by not addressing this controversy.


Who do New York pols follow on Twitter?

Based on the data, here are the most influential political accounts in New York.


Robert Jackson gets to gloat now

The state Senate incumbent decisively defeated a moderate challenger backed by Rep. Adriano Espaillat and charter school PAC money.


Suraj Patel talks about his debate performance and why this is his year

His poll numbers have improved recently, indicating he might have a shot in the 12th Congressional District.


Chi Ossé, New York City’s youngest council member, is figuring it out as he goes

From speed bumps to the Met Gala, the 24-year-old is determined to make good on his promises.

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Julia Salazar’s “Radical” debut in Albany

A new graphic memoir chronicled the state senator’s first legislative session.


A new group to help Times Square emerge from COVID-19 pandemic

A Q&A with Times Square Alliance President Tom Harris about the Midtown BID Coalition and what’s being done to connect homeless people with services.


Jumaane Williams isn’t worried about the state of the governor’s race

The New York City public advocate talked with City & State about why lackluster polling and fundraising numbers aren’t discouraging him.