David Segal, a top aide to Ydanis Rodriguez, served time in federal prison for setting fire to an Army recruitment center in an act of civil disobedience.
Dennis Walcott decided to spare a last-chance high school in Brooklyn that was slated to be shuttered.
John Liu’s consultants are organizing a rally on his behalf.
Judge Rakoff described Carl Kruger’s bribery schemes as “daggers in the heart of honest government.”
Michael Powell calls malarky on Kruger’s claims for sympathy.
Yvette Clark notified police after she received threatening phone calls after a video of her criticizing the Tea Party was posted on Glenn Beck’s website.
Scott Stringer tried to fundraise off of his commuter tax spat with Chris Christie.
Top John Sampson aide Paul Rivera will forego a $50,000 pay raise after an outcry.
Carlo Scissura decided to drop a Brooklyn BP run to lead the Brooklyn chamber of commerce because “The chamber allows me to do everything and then some that I could have done as Borough President.“
The move has left Eric Adams in the driver’s seat.
Simcha Felder isn’t voting for Barack Obama.
Andrew Cuomo is trying to salvage his landmark overhaul of out of network medical charges.
Pedro Espada spent most of his corruption trial buried in books, only looking up when prosecutors presented a slideshow entitled “Bid Rigging Scheme.”
Hikes in rent stabilized apartments are set to be their lowest in a decade.
A new zoning change will make it easier for buildings to insulate exterior walls, install solar panels and put gardens on rooftops.
The owner of a crane company who was on trial for manslaughter for a crane collapse on the east side that killed two people four years ago was cleared of all charges.
David Dunlap takes a look at the unloved 370 Jay Street in downtown Brooklyn, where the new NYU tech campus will be built.
The Clintonites are avoiding donating to the SuperPac backing Barack Obama unless the Obamanauts do it first.
What Joe Biden can do for Barack Obama: attack Romney, and go to blue-collar places he cannot.
Jeb Bush is the VP pick that Democrats fear most, but he probably won’t get the job.
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