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Central Harlem »

Benjamin vowed to protect the "progressive values" now "under attack" by President Donald Trump. 

Bed-Stuy »

Cory Provost says criminal justice reform and educational development are at the top of his list.

Central Harlem »

Brian Benjamin, 40, says he has the skills and experience to be Harlem's next State Senator.

Bushwick »

"They tell me I was the only one in Brooklyn that supported Trump," said Jose Peralta.

East Williamsburg »

Lawmakers are pushing to make reforms to the voting process.

Bushwick »

Organizers say a surge in bands and patrons are interested in benefit shows for progressive causes.

Chinatown »

Donald Trump named his son-in-law a senior adviser on Monday, according to reports. 

Williamsburg »

The Tuesday incident is being investigated as a hate crime, police confirmed.

Civic Center »

Hate crimes are up 36 percent across the city this year, police said.

Greenpoint »

Police took Kevin Allred into Bellevue Hospital for a psychiatric evaluation Tuesday night. 

Greenpoint »

Owner of Cafecito Bogotá, Fernando Varela is hosting a "Love Trumps Hate" event this Saturday.

Midtown »

The DAs said there have been "multiple incidents" of threats to New Yorkers since the election.

Midtown »

Students from Beacon High School and others walked out of class Tuesday morning to protest Trump.

Upper West Side »

Third party candidates and write-ins pulled voters from Clinton and Trump on the West Side.