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Fall officially started Thursday, but the signs of autumn sometimes take time to hit NYC.

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Give us your huddled masses yearning to breathe free — and complain — because we know this season sucks.

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The City Council aims to avoid a repeat of the last primary when thousands of voters were turned away.

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The Quinnipiac poll also showed several city officials are neck-and-neck with him in election matchups.

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Let DNAinfo guide you through the New York primary election on April 19.

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You may relax, manspreaders; you're not the worst people riding the rails.

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Manspreading, nail clipping or pole hogging; what's the most flagrant violation of subway etiquette? 

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Central Park officials asked people to vote for the best play space out of all 21 playgrounds.

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The mayor's approval rating jumped 14 points since September, according to a NY1/Baruch College poll.

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New poll shows 50 percent of voters approve of the mayor, up from 45 percent in October.    

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Voters say the ongoing feud between the two leaders is hurting New Yorkers.

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Cuomo's poll numbers decline due to his education policies, according to a Quinnipiac University poll.

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Voters approve of the job Mayor Bill de Blasio is doing by a 49 to 40 percent margin.

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Nearly 80 percent of those polled also thought that PBA head Pat Lynch's statements were "too extreme."

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Most New York City voters feel the mayor's spouse should have little role in developing policy.