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Washington Heights »

Assemblyman Guillermo Linares also appears to be gearing up for a run at Rep. Charles Rangel's seat.

Central Harlem »

The Congressional Black Caucus unveiled startling statistics to show wealth inequality in the country. 

Morrisania »

The House of Representatives has passed legislation to rename the Morrisania Post Office after Badillo.

St. George »

Daniel Donovan recused himself from 23 cases in the past two years because of his or his office's ties.

New Dorp »

The Republican congressman announced he would resign from his post on Jan. 5.

New Dorp »

The congressman pleaded guilty to underreporting profits and wages at an eatery he co-owned.

Arverne »

The area's former congressman hopes the eatery will bring healthy food and provide work training.

Central Harlem »

Challenger state Sen. Adriano Espaillat refused to concede until all votes were counted.

Central Harlem »

Rangel said his decades in office are a plus, but Espaillat said the congressman overstayed his welcome.

Civic Center »

The ex-agent is not allowed into the FBI premises after he quit under a cloud, sources said.

Washington Heights »

Espaillat vowed to be a unifying voice in his latest bid to unseat Charles Rangel.

Cobble Hill »

Congress at 208 Court St., the former location of an old-fashioned veggie shop, will open Dec. 20.

Lower East Side »

The Lower East Side Tenement Museum hopes to delve into post-World War II immigrant history.

Civic Center »

After admitting to a recent sexting exchange, Weiner says his wife forgives and he's still running.

New York City »

Mayor Mike Bloomberg said criminals won when the senate voted against stricter gun measures.