As NYC’s COVID Hospitalizations Decline, Adams Says ‘We Are Moving In The Right Direction’
At his first COVID briefing, the mayor pointed to trends that indicate that omicron cases may be declining, or at least, plateauing.
Jan 18, 5:43 PM
Bill De Blasio Officially Bows Out Of Gubernatorial Fray After Months Of Speculation
The former New York City Mayor said while he’s not running, he remains committed to fighting inequality.
Jan 18, 2:51 PM
Local NJ Democrats Want Election Ballot Reform, But Party Bosses Are Skeptical
Reformers seek to remove the so-called “county line” to establish greater equity in election contests.
Jan 17, 3:01 PM
A Conversation With New Bronx Borough President Vanessa Gibson
Bronx Borough President Vanessa Gibson is the first Black woman elected to the post.
Jan 17, 2:00 PM
Adams Defers To “COIB” On Brother’s New Gig: What Is The Conflicts of Interest Board?
The New York City Conflicts of Interest Board is tasked with ensuring city workers and elected officials adhere to strict ethical guidelines.
Jan 14, 6:46 PM
New York’s Eviction Moratorium Is Expiring Saturday. So Now What?
Applying for the state’s rental assistance program gives tenants protection from eviction while their application is pending.
Jan 14, 1:57 PM
Google Docs And Breathing Exercises: A Look At The ‘Eric Adams System’ Of Management
Adams, who’s been studying the management approach of his predecessors and other notable leaders, is facing an unprecedented crisis in the pandemic and ethical concerns over some of appointments.
Jan 13, 10:01 AM
Eric Adams’ First Week As NYC Mayor: A Mix Of “Swagger” & Controversy
From start to finish, the first week of Adams mayoralty was packed, colorful and, at times, unpredictable.
Jan 8, 10:01 AM
Adrienne Adams Makes History As First Black City Council Speaker
Adams was elected as speaker by a vote of 49 to 2.
Jan 5, 10:01 PM
Albany County DA Drops Criminal Complaint Against Andrew Cuomo
The former New York governor had been facing a misdemeanor forcible touching complaint. But a clash between the Albany County district attorney and sheriff seems to have led to its demise.
Jan 4, 4:57 PM
New York’s Independent Redistricting Process Reaches Gridlock
The state’s new process for drawing district lines every 10 years was supposed to take politics out of the process. But for now, it’s stuck in place.
Jan 3, 7:56 PM
Here Are 4 Key Challenges Mayor Eric Adams Faces As He Takes Office
Nearly two years into the pandemic, New York City is once again in the grips of rising virus infections and the threat of business and school closures.
Jan 1, 2:01 PM
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