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Downtown Brooklyn »

The Brooklyn congressman has denied he's interested in running in 2017 but his name won't go away.

East New York »

Jeffries and other local officials say the plan's not affordable for people who live in East New York.

Midtown »

Real estate developer Don Peebles says he's mulling a run against his onetime candidate of choice.

Bed-Stuy »

Rep. Hakeem Jeffries wrote a letter to NYCHA asking for the change in memory of the fallen officers.

Midtown »

A Quinnipiac University poll found 45 percent of voters approve of de Blasio and 46 percent disapprove.

Civic Center »

The founder and CEO of Success Academy Charter Schools will speak on the steps of City Hall.

Crown Heights »

Protecting Israel was a main concern for ralliers in Crown Heights on Wednesday night.

Civic Center »

Benjamin Tucker was selected for the job after Philip Banks III stepped down.

Tompkinsville »

The protest, led by the Rev. Al Sharpton, started at the site of Eric Garner's deadly arrest.

Crown Heights »

The primary is Sept. 9 for seats that have been open almost all year.

Clinton Hill »

The Pratt Post Office will be moved five blocks east, to Myrtle and Kent avenues.

Fort Greene »

Congressman Hakeem Jeffries introduced a bill to protect the Prison Ship Martyrs’ Monument.

Bed-Stuy »

St. John's Bread and Life already serves about 40,000 people a month.

Bed-Stuy »

Rep. Hakeem Jeffries criticized gentrification during his State of the District address.

Bed-Stuy »

The legendary performer and activist will speak at a performance of "The Death of Bessie Smith."