Despite being under federal indictment for stealing member item funds, Larry Seabrook was still given $350,000 to dole out by Council Speaker Christine Quinn.
Life expectancy for city residents is 80.6 years, outpacing the rest of the nation. The Bloomberg administration is crediting their public health initiatives.
The Independent Democratic Caucus may be involved in primaries to help grow their number, leader Jeff Klein tells the T-U.
22,000 office cleaners are threatening to go on strike if a new contract isn’t reached by Jan 1.
Meanwhile, a nurses strike seems to have been avoided.
The state continues to give millions to a care provider of disabled people, despite a string of bankruptcies and mismanagement.
This is the hardest time of the year for governors: when they have to decide whom to pardon.
A look at Chemung County, which, thanks to its close proximity to Pennsylvania, is enjoying a hydrofracking boom without the hydrofracking.
The state’s education commissioner threatened to withhold tens of millions of dollars in federal grants to struggling schools in New York City if they do not prove by Saturday that they will carry out new evaluation systems for teachers and principals.
Controller John Liu’s office says it found nearly $17 million in a Department of Housing Preservation and Development account that belongs in the city’s general fund.
Mike Bloomberg said he is game to bringing casino gambling in New York City, a key cornerstone of Andrew Cuomo’s agenda.
The Wall Street bull will remain in its pen, Mayor Bloomberg says.
The Daily News says that money from video lottery should be spent on schools, not on retired horses.
The wife of Congressman Maurice Hinchey plead guilty to driving under the influence.
A study found that same-sex couples pay a lot more in taxes than their heterosexual counterparts.
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