On Monday, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio unveiled an 10-year affordable housing plan
A Queens-based New York City councilman was arrested on Wednesday in connection to a corruption investigation.
The city is getting closer to making the concept of a municipal ID a reality as the first hearings for the plan get underway.
Endorsement interviews for congressional candidates who have been duly qualified by the New York City Board of Elections to participate in the June 24 primary election and seek the endorsement of the New York Amsterdam News should call 212-932-7465 by ...
Not since 1998 has a top American official paid a visit to Malaysia and President Barack Obama may have some second thoughts about his current tour of the nation
With less than two weeks remaining in the mayoral race for Newark, N.J., candidate Ras Baraka took time out from the campaign trail to attend a fundraiser in Brooklyn on Saturday.
Former Queens Councilman Leroy Comrie announced on Monday that he’s running for New York state Senate
Brooklyn District Attorney Ken Thompson has stated that he will no longer prosecute folk caught with 20 grams or less of marijuana
Three years ago President Barack Obama signed the bill authorizing compensation for discrimination in farm lending at the hands of the United States Department of Agriculture.
“Now is the time,” according to young, bright-eyed political newcomer Michael Walrond, one of the two candidates looking to unseat long-time Harlem Rep. Charlie Rangel.
Rep. Charlie Rangel has received a major endorsement from former U.S. President Bill Clinton
Michael Blake is back home and he wants to contribute to the neighborhood ... with the help of your vote.
Mayor Bill de Blasio is not immune to the arbitrary and traditional milestone of the evaluation of a mayor’s 100 days in office, a date that now has been exceeded by more than a week. Those few extra days do ...
It may have been forgotten about in many circles, but some New Yorkers are still feeling the pain from Superstorm Sandy, and the city plans on alleviating that pain as soon as possible.
Last week, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced a campaign urging New Yorkers to sign their children up for pre-K. The mayor said the city has secured the funding necessary to expand pre-K to 53,000 children this September.