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East Harlem »

State lawmakers demanded that the MTA refund a $1 billion cut to the Second Avenue expansion. 

Jackson Heights »

The cutout rode subways across the city to get support for the MTA Capital Plan. 

Sunnyside »

Nolan announced her candidacy Wednesday, looking to replace Sheldon Silver, who was arrested last week.

Civic Center »

De Blasio has failed to shore up support among lawmakers, even in his own backyard, officials say.

Civic Center »

The mayor has asked Albany lawmakers to let the city tax residents to pay for the new plan.

Civic Center »

The move would create a political obstacle for Mayor Bill de Blasio's plan for a pre-K tax hike.

Crown Heights »

The mayor-elect reiterated his promise to have the first phase of universal pre-K up by September 2014.

Midtown »

The city has been deprived of more than $350 million in revenue over 31 years, officials said.

New York City »

U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara left dirty New York politicians shaking in their boots wondering who's next.

Astoria »

Aravella Simotas says the state's current definition of rape is too narrow.