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ALBANY, N.Y. — Just a decade ago, the idea of open government in Albany would have been unthinkable.
Here was a town that seemed to exist for the express purpose of
NEW YORK — Mayor Michael Bloomberg is expected to sign off on the City Council’s latest immigration reform legislation, further limiting the city’s involvement in federal deportation policy.
One of the
ALBANY, N.Y. — Dr. Ryan Gilbert’s research may one day help a person’s spine fix itself — something even he admits sounds like “something out of science fiction.”
It isn’t junk
Ed Koch, the three-term mayor who earned a reputation for being a combative, shrewd politician and helped steer the city through financial turmoil, has died. He was 88. Koch spokesman
NEW YORK — Unemployed job seekers would be protected against discrimination under a bill approved by the City Council.
The bill prohibits employers from discriminating against unemployed job applicants through their
ALBANY, N.Y. — In his third budget address, Gov. Andrew Cuomo had a chance to do what he didn’t in his third State of the State Address — show off
ALBANY, N.Y. — Gov. Andrew Cuomo delivered a sweeping policy vision in his third annual State of the State address — as well as a stern warning to the U.S.
ALBANY, N.Y. — Modern governors have typically delivered their annual State of the State addresses in the massive, colorful, bright and ornamented Assembly chamber — the “people’s chamber,” as it
NEW YORK — It is unlikely anyone could have predicted what would happen in the last months of 2012 — and how it would shape the civic conversation among New
NEW YORK — City Comptroller John C. Liu called for raising the minimum wage, leveling the playing field for small businesses and making higher education more affordable for New Yorkers