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Bitcoin T-Shirts hang at the entrance of the Bitcoin Center in Manhattan's financial district. Photo credit: Laura Bult.
It’s now possible in New York City to buy a beer, pay for
In Mayor Bill de Blasio’s “tale of two cities,” New York’s public housing projects clearly stood as a city of have-nots and a tale of woe.
Last week, de Blasio demonstrated
Members of the Black, Puerto Rican, Hispanic and Asian Legislative Caucus, frustrated by what they see as years of having their signature issues ignored by Gov. Andrew Cuomo, are prepared
Voters in New York might be one step closer to being able to cast their ballots during early voting periods thanks to legislation adopted by a 84-36 margin today in
Mayor Bill de Blasio used his inaugural State of the City address to outline a progressive agenda designed to become the final chapter of the “Tale of Two Cities” he
ALBANY, N.Y. – An all-or-nothing push for the 10-point Women’s Equality Act last year yielded nothing.
So advocates of the proposal are issuing a threatening reminder to state legislators who dare
Tiny typeface that rendered election ballots nearly unreadable for many voters is a thing of the past.
The New York City Board of Elections voted unanimously today to proceed with work
Despite suspicion that City Hall will enjoy a chummy relationship with City Council, Mayor Bill de Blasio’s pick for chief of the city's investigations agency was grilled today by Council
New York City workers expect two recent developments will end their long fight for new contracts and salary increases: the emergence of a hefty surplus in the city budget and
Engaging in the political tradition of rewarding friends and punishing foes, City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito last week doled out coveted committee chairmanships and leadership roles – and the $390,000