Challenger Zephyr Teachout had a respectable showing, exposing some discontent with Cuomo.
State Sen. Tony Avella was the projected winner of the Democratic primary in the north Queens district.
While turnout is expected to be low, there are several interesting races in New York's neighborhoods.
The little-known deal by Comptroller John Liu gave retroactive raises to hundreds of elevator workers.
Avonte Oquendo, of Rego Park, has been missing for a week after he ran away from the Riverview School.
Avonte Oquendo's family is planning to file a lawsuit against his school for letting their son leave.
Diana Mathes wants more than $5 million after fracturing her arm in the fall.
Results showed Bill de Blasio within a razor's edge of winning the 40 percent needed to avoid a runoff.
Neighborhood in the Nineties is suing the city over a controversial West 95th Street shelter.
The Public Advocate's support jumped six points in the latest Quinnipiac University poll.
Bill de Blasio, Christine Quinn and other contenders traded fire over tax policy and stop-and-frisk.
Pier A needs another $5 million to move forward, but Comptroller John Liu rejected the funding plan.
The Council Speaker defended herself against criticism over her role in overturning term limits.
The Public Advocate has his best poll showing yet as former congressman Weiner continues to lose ground.
The Democratic mayoral hopefuls rushed to align themselves with Scheindlin's decision.
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