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Williamsburg »

Vinny's Pizzeria in Williamsburg featured Ken Bone-themed specials after Sunday's "train wreck" debate.

Midtown »

Likely voters, by a margin of 41 percent to 32 percent, think Clinton will win tonight's first debate.

Upper East Side »

In a battle of wits, who would come out on top? The Museum of the City of New York wants to find out.

Navy Yard »

The debate between Democratic presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders is April 14.

Brownsville »

Borough President Eric Adams said a Brownsville debate would raise awareness of the area's struggles.

Williamsburg »

A new principal at J.H.S 50 is working to turn around the troubled Williamsburg school.

Willowbrook »

Joan Illuzzi and Michael McMahon attacked each other on several issues during their first debate.

Midtown »

GOP debate ratings boost; Mr. Stewart goes to Washington; #NursesUnite; The "Duck Army" returns.

Willowbrook »

The candidates discussed issues like Iran, transportation and Hurricane Sandy recovery.

Bay Ridge »

Dan Donovan, Councilman Vincent Gentile and James Lane faced off in a debate Tuesday night.

Great Kills »

Democrat Vincent Gentile blasted opponent Dan Donovan for cutting the event short.

New York City »

Rangel attacked Adriano Espaillat, saying: "Just what the heck has he done except say he's a Dominican?"

Washington Heights »

Rangel's challengers called his behavior inappropriate given the forum's focus on poverty.

Bed-Stuy »

Four candidates for city council in central Brooklyn got into a heated exchange on Monday.

New York City »

Candidates Anthony Weiner and Christine Quinn debated for the first time Wednesday night.