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Marisa Wong  |  May 21, 2014 4:11 PM | Comments
Hari Sreenivasan discusses the sharing economy in New York City with NYU Stern School of Business professor, Arun Sundararajan.VIDEO
U.S. Rep. Peter King, R-N.Y., chairman of the House Committee on Homeland Security, speaks at a news conference in front of police headquarters in New York on  March 5. King was present with dozens of activists to demonstrate support for the NYPD and their surveillance of Muslim communities. AP/Seth Wenig
John Farley  |  March 6, 2012 4:00 AM | Updated: March 6, 2012 10:08 AM | 1 Comment
Geographical allegiance, rather than party alliances, appears to be influencing whether pols support or oppose the NYPD's surveillance operations of Muslim communities.VIDEO
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City & State  |  February 10, 2012 9:58 AM | 1 Comment
A surprising candidate announced his congressional campaign and a District Judge blasted Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos. This week in New York politics.
Assemblyman George Amedore, of the 105 Assembly district reads a Bills Calendar before voting during a New York state Assembly session at the Capitol in Albany, N.Y., Tuesday, June 14, 2011. (AP Photo/Hans Pennink)
Daniel T. Allen  |  January 27, 2012 10:22 AM | 1 Comment
New redistricting maps made losers out of a handful of Senate Democrats, and NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly is taking heat for his appearance in an anti-Muslim video. City & State reports.
Loretta Lynch U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of New York announces charges against doctors, health care company owners, executives and others in a case of alleged false medicare billing at a press conference in the U.S. Attorney's office in Brooklyn, New York, Friday, July 16, 2010.   The poster at right which says in Russian "Do Not Gossip" was, allegedly, in the back room of a doctor's office where patients were being bribed for their cooperation in the scheme.   (Ap Photo/Robert Mecea)
City Hall News  |  December 2, 2011 9:15 AM | Comments
Gov. Andrew Cuomo should be all over this week’s list, but we can’t figure out whether he had a great week or an awful one. For everyone else on our list, the week was a little more definite.
Workers operate fracking well machinery in Burlington, Pa. Fracking has been legal in Pennsylvania in 2008, but two critical votes are fast approaching,which would allow for drilling in New York and the Delaware River Basin. AP/Ralph Wilson.
John Farley  |  November 17, 2011 10:24 AM | Updated: November 18, 2011 1:36 PM | 1 Comment
On Nov. 18, a multi-state agency cancelled its upcoming vote on whether to frack in the Delaware River watershed -- which brings water to half of New York City.
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Jon Lentz for The Capitol  |  October 25, 2011 10:50 AM | Comments
The Cuomo administration hopes hydrofracking will bring jobs to New York but Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has raised red flags about the environmental impact of drilling.
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City Hall News  |  October 7, 2011 11:18 AM | Comments
The Occupy Wall Street protest made labor leaders and some Democratic pols into both winners and losers this week — winners because the movement gave them a spotlight, and losers because they utterly failed to lead on America’s economic insecurity issues until a bunch of funny-haircut kids did their organizing for them. Let’s ignore their chants for a moment and focus on the rest of this week’s Winners & Losers:
In this June 20, 2009, file photo, New York state Sen. Pedro Espada, D-Bronx, speaks to members of the New York State Chapter of The League of United Latino American Citizens during their annual convention in Albany, N.Y. New York and federal authorities on Tuesday, Dec. 14, 2010 said Espada and his son have been indicted on six charges that they embezzled more than $500 thousand from the Bronx health clinic Espada founded. (AP Photo/Hans Pennink, File)
City Hall News  |  August 26, 2011 10:50 AM | Comments
The most powerful entities in New York this week were the natural disasters but only humans qualify for our weekly catalog of who’s up and who’s down in the seismic struggle of New York politics.
Civil Service Employees Association union president Danny Donohue, right, talks about a labor deal with New York state during a news conference in Albany, N.Y., on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2011. A five-year deal that would freeze wages for three years for 66,000 union members but would avoid hundreds of layoffs was approved Monday night, the union and Gov. Andrew Cuomo's office announced. Also pictured are union treasurer Joe McMullen, left, and secretary Denise Berkley. AP/Mike Groll
City Hall News  |  August 19, 2011 10:12 AM | Comments
August means news is so slow that endless rain is a compelling headline. But fear not! There was still politicking. And where there’s politicking, there are winners, and losers.
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