New York City

How New York City can take advantage of connected health devices

The city has seen positive responses from residents who've started using FitBits.

New York State

Collins rescued the GOP in Western New York

One congressional seat and up to two state Senate seats are now firmly in Republican hands.

New York State Senate

Updated: Ex-state Sen. Marty Golden’s brushes with controversy

Brooklyn Republican state Sen. Marty Golden's campaign office manager approved the controversial appearance of outspoken misogynist and Islamophobic pundit and activist Gavin McInnes at a Manhattan Republican club.

New York State

Why the GOP's Chris Jacobs wants to take down Chris Collins

“Collins is the only person putting this district in jeopardy of not staying Republican.”

New York State

NY Republican Reps cautiously denounce tweets

Although all of the Republicans in New York’s congressional delegation voted against a resolution denouncing the President Donald Trump’s racist tweets about four Democrats, most did mildly criticize Trump’s statements. None, however, have spoken up about the chants of “Send her back.”

New York State

Where the New York GOP stands on Donald Trump

Only a few top Republicans in the state haven’t embraced the president.

New York State

Republicans target four New York Democrats in 2020

The National Republican Congressional Committee is looking to oust three freshman Democrats from New York – Reps. Max Rose, Antonio Delgado and Anthony Brindisi – and Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney.

New York State

Is fusion voting going to be eliminated?

New York’s unusual, controversial cross-endorsement practice of fusion voting is under discussion.

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New York State

Democratic state legislators’ constitutional moves

A slate of proposed amendments aim to update the state’s antiquated constitution.

New York State Senate

How the state Senate GOP is picking its legislative battles

Republican votes are helping Democrats pad their margins – but not on immigration and abortion.

Andrew Cuomo

What’s not in Cuomo’s budget?

Gov. Andrew Cuomo's wide-ranging budget address left out several legislative priorities.


Could a Republican win the New York City public advocate race?

City Councilman Eric Ulrich could take advantage of a crowded Democratic field.

John Flanagan

Does the NY GOP need new leadership?

Losses in last week’s elections have Flanagan and Cox’s rivals angling.

Ed Cox

A Q&A with Jonathan Trichter, the other Democrat for comptroller

An interview with Jonathan Trichter, the Democrat running as a Republican for state comptroller