For the first time in the city’s history, the budget for an upcoming fiscal year already has been balanced for an incoming mayor
No matter what the president achieves he is confronted by Republican elected officials who would never even consider giving him credit.
A recent court ruling in the Dominican Republic has migrants of Haitian descent fearing deportation from their birth land
Social Security currently keeps 20 million Americans out of poverty
Last Saturday evening, President Barack Obama explained yet another bold move by his administration, and like his other moves, the interim peace deal with Iran has come with its own measure of dissent and push back
Embattled Trenton Mayor Tony Mack will begin what many contend will be the fight of his political life
The United States 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals denied the city’s lawyers’ request to overturn Federal District Court Judge Shira Scheindlin’s ruling that the NYPD had violated the U.S. Constitution
The City Council’s Committee on Civil Rights and the Committee on Oversight and Investigations held an oversight hearing on the recent allegations of racial profiling at Macy’s and Barneys. ommittee on Civil Rights, Committee on Oversight, racial profiling, Macy’s, Barneys, ...
President Barack Obama woke up Wednesday morning to more bad news: His approval rating reached the lowest since he took office.
thousands of New Yorkers are making their way to SoHo to the “Transition Tent” to participate in an opportunity to talk about the issues that matter most following the election of the new mayor, Bill de Blasio
When asked recently if he had seen “12 Years a Slave,” a young man said no, but responded, “I have lived in New York City under 12 years of Bloomberg.”
On the inside of the National Action Network (NAN) headquarters last Saturday, Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio was effusive
After 12 years of treating New York City like an unattainable luxury item, many progressive New Yorkers are looking forward to the end of Michael Bloomberg’s reign.
The Working Families Party scored 3 major citywide victories with de Blasio election triumph, Letitia James’ Public Advocate victory, and Scott Stringer’s Comptroller win
As the city moves forward with its fight against the ruling that would put the breaks on the NYPD’s controversial stop-and-frisk practice, the Patrolman’s Benevolent Association (PBA) pledges to move forward with a lawsuit to throw out the ruling as ...