Caught between the White House and his self-described role as Israel’s guardian in the Senate, New York Democrat Chuck Schumer goes uncommonly quiet after coming out in opposition to the Iran deal.
“I think there’s a moral responsibility to engage voters.”
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Inside Rangel’s toughest challenge yet — and the changing electoral demographics and politics of Harlem.
Does the backlash against New York City’s mayor show a city gone soft under the snow?
Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s looking a lot like a fiscal conservative these days.
New York City’s mayor kept playing golf in Bermuda after learning about a deadly train accident in his city. Here’s why that’s OK.
More than just a daily commute rides on Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio’s decision whether to move into Gracie Mansion or stay in Park Slope.
The new mayor-elect won a decisive victory, campaigning on an ambitious progressive platform. But now he’ll have to govern.
They say “it’s the most ambitious, realistic plan that could be developed to deal with the effects of climate change over the next 40 years,” but if another storm doesn’t hit soon, will it even happen?
His prostitution scandal followed his campaign from beginning to end, but there were other factors that cut his quest for political redemption short.
With days to go before the New York City mayoral primary, Quinn is anxious but resolute. “You know, you don’t end up the first openly gay and woman speaker of the City Council ‘cause you’re the frontrunner.”
Can the man who would be New York City comptroller quell his, um, impulses? NY1 reporter Josh Robin looks back on his years of covering Spitzer to find an answer.