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If elected by his peers, he would become the first African American to serve in the post.

Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced her support for Jeffries a day after saying she would step back from Democratic leadership.

Democrats lost seats on Long Island and upstate, with a few races still too close to call.

The arrival of asylum seekers on Staten Island is likely to play well for Republicans.

A federal appeals court ruling has cast fresh doubt on the Obama-era program that allows young immigrants to live, work and study in the United states without facing removal.

The progressive state lawmaker, who came in second to Goldman in August, had been considering running on the Working Families Party line.

Early turnout numbers are promising in the city's competitive primaries.

A last-minute guide to one of the most crowded midterm races of the year.

Gottheimer, Sherrill both had once described themselves as part of the "No SALT, no deal" caucus