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Bernard Gassaway, left, talks about his resignation with Errol Louis (photo: @InsideCityHall)
The latest indictment of the Department of Education's management of failing schools was personified last week by Bernard Gassaway,
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Today is the last scheduled day of session this year for the New York State Legislature and the big news has more to do with what won’t pass than what will. A blame game continues over who or what killed negotiations over sweeping public campaign finance reform. A last-ditch meeting on the issue scheduled for Monday was abruptly cancelled. Both houses of the Legislature seem to be playing a ga
Governor Cuomo (photo: governor's office via flickr)
The following is part of our series, The Cuomo Record, examining incumbent Democratic Governor Andrew Cuomo's first term as he seeks re-election heading to Election
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Gov. Andrew Cuomo draws a clear connection between extreme weather events like Superstorm Sandy and climate change. And he argues
In the waning days of the Bloomberg administration, when many of the mayor’s controversial education ideas are once again under
NEW YORK — If the water that destroys much of your house comes up from below the structure, would you
The Gotham Gazette examined inspection reports, complaints and court records to take a close look at five of the city’s
State Sen. Bill Perkins, a sponsor of the proposed HALT Solitary Confinement Act, discusses the bill at a community forum
ALBANY, N.Y. — Almost as many people will die in New York City each year in traffic accidents as are