Mike Bloomberg visited Occupy Wall Street yesterday, and told protesters that they will need to temporarily leave Zuccotti Park so that it can be cleaned.
The protests are turning into a battle of the video cameras.
John Liu defended his fundraising practices, saying that there were only a small number of donations that appeared to be fraudulent.
Plaintiffs associated with the Tea Party are suing the state of New York for giving economic development grants to private companies.
The four Republicans who voted in favor of same-sex marriage will be feted at a Manhattan fundraiser tonight that is expected to raise $1.25 million.
Andrew Cuomo said it is up to PEF to avoid layoffs by revoting on their rejected contract with the state.
Chuck Schumer said that it is almost impossible to imagine the Republicans taking the Senate.
NYPD has begun to release traffic accident data, belatedly fulfilling an order from the New York City Council.
All three Vallone brothers–Peter, Paul and Perry--are considering runs for different offices in Queens, and all three could do so without the support of the party.
New York City schools are failing to meet the needs of English language learners.
Teen demonstrators marched over the Brooklyn Bridge to protest the NYPD’s stop-and-frisk policy.
City schools are grappling with the most recent round of layoffs.
Three people whom John Haggerty wrote checks to for poll watching said they never did the work and were never paid.
The city’s workforce centers seem to be able to help applicants polish a resume, but can not to help them find a job.
Herman Cain’s 9-9-9 plan–a real proposal or the price of pizza?
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