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John Catsimatidis to Launch Bid for Mayor

Supermarket magnate John Catsimatidis will officially launch his mayoral campaign Tuesday.

New York City »

MTA Chairman Joseph Lhota Stepping Down to Run for Mayor, Report Says

Joseph Lhota is reportedly planning to run for mayor as a Republican.

Washington Heights »

Adriano Espaillat's GOP Challenger Wants More Development Uptown

 Martin Chicon is running against Adriano Expaillat, promising more development in Upper Manhattan.

Manhattan »

Winner of Weiner's Seat, Rep. Bob Turner, to Challenge Sen. Gillibrand

Rep. Bob Turner will challenge Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand in the November 2012 election.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Democrat Dan Quart Wins Upper East Side Assembly Race

Democrat Dan Quart defeated Repubican  Paul Niehaus in the race to fill the seat left by Jonathan Bing.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Candidates Make Final Push in Quiet East Side Special Election

The candidates made their final push Tuesday, urging voters to cast their ballots in the 73rd Assembly District's special election race.

Manhattan »

State Temporarily Extends Rent Regulations for New Yorkers

Rent regulations have been extended until Monday at midnight after a last-minute Senate vote.

Manhattan »

Rent Regulation Reprieve Shot Down by State Senate

The state's rent regulation laws, which cover 1 million apartments citywide expired at midnight Thursday.

Harlem »

Obama's 2012 Campaign Ad Features a New Yorker

President Barack Obama launched another viral campaign for the 2012 presidential election.

Midtown & Theater District »

Muslim 'Radicalization' Hearings Spark Times Square Protests

An estimated 500 people rallied Sunday against congressional hearings about the 'radicalization' of Muslims in America.

Manhattan »

Mayor's Speech on Job Creation Sounds Presidential

Mayor Michael Bloomberg laid out a plan to fix the economy including creating 10 new Workforce1 Career Centers.

Manhattan »

Joe Bruno's Conviction May Get Overturned, Report Says

Joseph Bruno was sentenced to two years in prison last spring for his part in an ethics scandal.

Manhattan »

Bloomberg Says U.S. Leaders Can't Read, Don't Know Where China Is

New York's mayor claims voters elected new politicians whose ignorance could land the USA in a trade war with China.

Manhattan »

Jonathan Bing Beats Out Paul Niehaus in Close Race for East Midtown Assembly Seat

The race for the 73rd Assembly District was one of the few true contests between a Democrat and Republican in the city.