Fred Dicker floats Harry Wilson as a potential challenger to Kirsten Gillibrand.
A look at the candidates lining up for Larry Seabrook’s seat as his corruption trial gets under way.
It will be a slow election day in the city on Tuesday, but Gotham Gazette has a preview.
Across the state however, things are a bit livelier and Andrew Cuomo is making his presence felt.
A Kevin Parker fundraising missive said, “I help you. You help me.”
Eric Schneiderman and Beau Biden pen an op-ed on the mortgage meltdown.
Senate Republicans cut a deal with the IDC to not run strong challengers against them.
New Yorkers are giving less to presidential campaigns than they were four years ago.
Mike Bloomberg continues to spend big bucks on his public image, even though he is not running for re-election.
Melissa Mark Viverito’s car was hit by a stray bullet while she was driving in her East Harlem district.
A secure wireless network for city agencies is being plagued by cost-overruns and malfunctions.
Smaller bonuses on Wall Street are leading to state budget deficits.
High schools serving the most challenging students are much likelier to get saddled with a bad grade from the Department of Education than schools that serve few high-needs kids.
Health insurance premiums are jumping by 8 percent, a smaller hike than the 12 percent insurance companies wanted.
Subway riders fear a return to the bad old days.
Record crowds visited Coney Island last summer.
The City of Albany has set up ground rules for Occupy Albany
A shelter for LGBT runaway youths is dirty, overcrowded and unsafe,The New York Times reports.
A look at life behind bars for Alan Hevesi.
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