Eric Schneiderman is asking every prospective employee about the work of Charles Hamilton Houston, a former NAACP attorney who helped dismantle Jim Crow.
Michelle Rhee backs Cathie Black.
Espada in court: There was no swagger, and no theatrical denunciation of his political rivals.
The day before he was indicted, Espada said, “I’m focused on a bright positive future for my community and my family.”
At Soundview, clients want to see Espada behind bars.
That new school, playground or bridge that was planned for your neighborhood may now be doomed, after the city’s capital plan was cut.
The New York congressional delegation slipped at least 200 pet projects worth more than $100 million into the budget bill.
A worker at a nonprofit founded by Brooklyn Democratic boss Vito Lopez pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor Wednesday for falsifying expense sheets – but Lopez is off the hook.
About a dozen of the people who worked at Ground Zero plan to barge into senators’ offices and demand backing for the James Zadroga 9/11 Health and Compensation Act.
The numbers of New Yorkers getting treatment for illnesses that might be related to the toxic aftermath of 9/11 is slowly rising.
Felix Rohatyn explains why he is a part of the Committee to save New York.
David Paterson used $250,000 of taxpayer money for a donation to Cornell, with whom he is negotiating to archive his papers.
John Haggerty’s lawyers are saying that the Bloomberg campaign tried to hide the money that they are accusing him of stealing.
New York City’s attorney is warning that with New York City Off-Track Betting Corp. trying to close permanently, its retirees face losing medical benefits that were reimbursed by OTB unless the state steps in.
Bloomberg LP will publish editorials that channel the mayor’s personal philosophy and worldview.
The gigantic wreath on the front of the Municipal Building has been the victim of budget cuts.
The DSCC wanted to turn all of its consulting work to Parkside.
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