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The amendment to the 80-year-old law will allow restaurants to serve alcohol at 10 a.m. on Sundays.

Greenwich Village »

Women say there is a gender double standard when it comes to the fallout of political scandals.

Financial District »

One woman was a lobbyist with state business, and he helped the other get a state job.

Civic Center »

The budget would create what officials say is the longest paid family leave program in the nation.

Corona »

Piazza was honored by State Sen. Jose Peralta on March 9.

Central Harlem »

The law would require foods made with genetically engineered crops to be labeled. 

Civic Center »

The mayor asked for permanent control of schools and fought against the idea of a city property tax cap.

Corona »

The mayor said the funding cuts would devastate the city.

Midtown »

Gov. Andrew Cuomo made the proposal in his State of the State address.

Lower East Side »

U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara says he will continue investigations started under the panel.

East Harlem »

The bill would limit clinics from opening within 500 feet of a school, church, or park.

High Bridge »

Good government groups criticized the announcement given issues with corruption in Albany.

High Bridge »

Assemblyman Michael Blake says there is no conflict of interest in holding his post while consulting.

Civic Center »

The former Assembly speaker was convicted Monday of all charges against him.