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Espaillat Vows to Give Voters 'One Voice' in Second Bid to Unseat Rangel

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

Cobble Hill »

1970s Vegetable Shop to Reopen as Neighborhood Bar This Month

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

Lower East Side »

LES Tenement Museum Wins $500K for Exhibit on Post-WWII Immigrants

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

Civic Center »

Weiner Emails Supporters, Says Latest Sexting Is Old News

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

New York City »

Bloomberg Warns Anti-Gun Control Vote Will be Remembered in Election

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

New York City »

Bloomberg Shrugs Off Delay on Hurricane Sandy Aid Vote

Bloomberg did not join other area elected officials angered by delays in sending Sandy cash.

New York City »

Hurricane Sandy Cost City $19 Billion, Bloomberg Says

Bloomberg will travel to Washington Wednesday to try to secure federal money.

Battery Park City »

Brooklyn-Battery Tunnel Renamed for Late Gov. Hugh Carey

The Brooklyn-Battery Tunnel was renamed in honor of the two-term governor and former congressman.

New Dorp »

14-Year-Old Boy Admits to Vandalizing Rep. Grimm's Office, Police Say

Grimm initially believed Saturday night's vandalism was politically-motivated.

New Dorp »

Rep. Grimm's Campaign Office Vandalized, Computer Server Wiped

Rep. Michael Grimm's campaign office was broken into Saturday night, his campaign said.

Financial District »

9/11 Health and Compensation Act Facing Nearly $40 Million in Federal Cuts

The James Zadroga 9/11 Health and Compensation Act could face $38 million in federal cuts next year.

Flushing »

Former Mayor Ed Koch Endorses Grace Meng for Congress

Koch previously endorsed Assemblyman Rory Lancman, who Meng defeated in a June primary election.

New York City »

Anthony Weiner Quietly Ramping up Campaign Spending

Ex-Rep. Anthony Weiner appears to have opened a new campaign office, records show.

New York City »

New Yorkers Come Out to Vote in 2012 Congressional Primary

This year's congressional primary featured new blood and an old stalwart as New Yorkers came out to vote.

New York City »

Charlie Rangel Defeats Adriano Espaillat in Tough Primary Fight

Rep. Charlie Rangel's primary win paves the way for a 22nd Congressional term.

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