NYPD's rank and file have recently turned their backs on Mayor Bill de Blasio.
The mayor also said he has not smoked marijuana since college.
Elizabeth Lorris Ritter said she was "fully supportive" of Adriano Espaillat's reelection bid.
The high court's recent ruling allowing prayer at public meetings earned praise at a CB3 meeting.
Councilman Ben Kallos wants to extend community board membership to older teens.
"Legislative Acts" is a play by and about local politicians in Queens.
The Hasidic sect of Aroni Jews have emerged as a powerhouse, propelling de Blasio to a primary win.
Republican mayoral candidate Joe Lhota is trying to foster a good relationship with Rev. Sharpton.
Ben Kallos wants to publish all city contracts online and expand broadband service to low-income tenants.
Raymond Kelly says violent crime will increase if a judge's finding on stop-and-frisk stands.
Candidates Anthony Weiner and Christine Quinn debated for the first time Wednesday night.
The "America in Color" series features citizens in front a colored backdrop for their voting preference.
The historic Apollo Theater is hosting a debate-watch party on Oct. 16, 2012.
Who's Your Doggy? in Fort Greene is selling poop bags featuring the faces of Obama and Romney.
Laurie Cumbo is entering the race for New York City Council, District 35.
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