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Presidential Contender Donald Trump Reports for Jury Duty in Manhattan

Trump walked past dozens of reporters on his way into court Monday morning.

Upper East Side »

Christine Quinn Lands Endorsement From Top UES Dems

The Lexington Democratic Club will back the City Council Speaker in the mayoral race, members said.

Upper East Side »

East Side Dem Club Snubs Mayoral Hopefuls Who Support Trash Site

The powerful club is the second UES organization to refuse to endorse pro-MTS candidates.

New York City »

Independence Party Expected to Endorse Adolfo Carrión, Jr.

The Independence Party will vote Wed. night to endorse Adolfo Carrión, Jr. for mayor.

Whitestone »

Catsimatidis Funds Lawsuit to Stop Board of Elections Coup

The Queens GOP filed suit against three Republican councilman over changes at the Board of Elections.

New York City »

Mayoral Candidate Catsimatidis Says Giuliani Told Him 'Lhota Can't Win'

GOP mayoral candidate John Catsimatidis said Rudy Giuliani told him Joe Lhota can't win 2013 race.

New York City »

MTA Chairman Lhota, Carrion Would Lose to Democrat, Poll Shows

MTA Chairman Joseph Lhota and Adolfo Carrion Jr. will have an uphill battle if they run for mayor.

Chelsea »

Giant Mitt Romney Painting Dwarfs Mini Obama Portrait at Chelsea Gallery

We the People includes a huge portrait of Romney alongside a tiny one of President Obama.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Bloomberg Paints Gay Marriage as Civil Rights Issue

In East Village speech, mayor warns lawmakers to avoid winding up on the wrong side of history.

Manhattan »

State of the Union Address Draws Cheers, Jeers in Manhattan

President Barack Obama struck an optimistic tone in his State of the Union address Tuesday night.

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

Mayor Bloomberg Dons Bipartisan Purple Tie for 'No Labels' Kick-Off

Mayor Bloomberg wore a tie blending Republican red and Democratic blue for Monday's "No Labels" conference.

Downtown »

Mayor Bloomberg Plans Another Trip to D.C. to Lobby for 9/11 Health Bill

The bill has been stalled in the Senate since September, lacking sufficient votes to break a likely Republican filibuster.

Manhattan »

New York Republicans Hope to Win Big on Election Day

Republicans stand to make big gains on Election Day, despite many voters' unfavorable views of Carl Paladino.

Harlem »

House Republicans Demand Rep. Charlie Rangel's Ethics Hearings Happen Before Election Day

The Republican members of the House Ethics Committee are demaning Rangel's hearings be held before Nov. 2.