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  • NYC council speaker takes first steps onto bigger stages

    She was little known outside her City Council district a mere fifteen months ago, but New York City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito has briskly taken her first steps onto the national stage and out of the mayor's shadow. Mark-Viverito, whose...
  • Ferguson election offers chance to translate anger into votes

    This week, Crystal Stovall will choose between two black candidates running to represent her City Council ward in Ferguson, Mo. The election is the first chance at citizen-led change in the St. Louis suburb nationally notorious for racial turmoil. Voters...
  • Rahm Emanuel gaining steam for runoff, despite rival's change in tactics

    Rahm Emanuel gaining steam for runoff, despite rival's change in tactics
    If the Chicago mayoral campaign of Jesus "Chuy" Garcia is remembered for nothing else, it might be the way he slapped down Mayor Rahm Emanuel in a recent debate with references to Darth Vader and imperiousness. Garcia ripped into Emanuel, the first-term...
  • Swim in New York's East River? A floating pool plan envisions a safe way

    Swim in New York's East River? A floating pool plan envisions a safe way
    On hot summer days, Dong-Ping Wong does what many New Yorkers do; he heads to the riverfront. But then he wants to do what only die-hards would do: go for a swim. "There's this giant body of water, but as a city dweller, you don't ever think that it's...
  • Hillary Clinton takes on inequality in remarks to liberal group

    Hillary Clinton takes on inequality in remarks to liberal group
    Hillary Clinton addressed the promise of urban renewal as an engine for economic expansion Monday but stressed the need for fostering growth "in a way that lifts everybody up." As she closes in on the launch of a presidential campaign in which she...
  • Hillary Clinton on campaign plans: 'All in good time'

    Hillary Clinton was in Brooklyn on Wednesday for one of her final public events before launching her likely presidential campaign, but she wouldn't bite whether her headquarters will be in the borough. "All in good time, all in good time," the former...
  • Hillary Clinton dodges Brooklyn campaign headquarters talk

    Hillary Rodham Clinton is playfully dodging talk about where her Democratic presidential campaign headquarters might be. Clinton on Wednesday attended a roundtable on early child development in Brooklyn with New York City's first lady, Chirlane McCray....
  • NYC comptroller finds $6.8 million misspent in Sandy relief work

    NEW YORK New York misspent $6.8 million after Hurricane Sandy in payments to independent consultants for flawed and incomplete work that delayed help to at least 20,000 people with damaged homes, city Comptroller Scott Stringer said. The Office of...
  • Hillary Rodham Clinton tours NYC child center in Brooklyn

    Hillary Rodham Clinton toured an early childhood development center in New York City on Wednesday, appearing alongside the city's first lady to launch a "Talk to Your Baby" public awareness campaign. But, for many political reporters in the room, the...
  • New York governor bans some state-funded travel to Indiana

    New York governor bans some state-funded travel to Indiana
    Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Tuesday banned non-essential, state-funded travel to Indiana in response to that state's religious freedom law that critics say opens the door to discrimination against gays and lesbians. The ban applies to all state agencies and...
  • NY Gov. Cuomo bans some state-funded travel to Indiana

    Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Tuesday banned nonessential, state-funded travel to Indiana over its religious freedom law that critics say opens the door to discrimination against gays and lesbians. The ban applies to all state agencies and public colleges and...