Funding cuts to libraries, Albany issues and Knicks and Nets, with special guest co-host Ben Max.
A raft of proposals that progressive and anti-incarceration activists have been pushing for will likely have to wait until next year.
While Yankees and Mets help pay back state-issued bonds, the arena home to the Knicks and Rangers gives “nothing, zero, bupkis” says lawmaker who’s pressing to end MSG’s $42-million-a year benefit.
In NYC, where a majority of Chinese households own a home, landlord protests have ignited on WeChat and the courthouse steps.
Legislation introduced Wednesday by Jeff Aubry would allow building on the Citi Field parking lot, which is owned by the City of New York, but regulated by the state.
Albany lawmakers look to open the Emergency Rental Assistance Program to public housing statewide, as NYC’s ailing housing authority raids savings and halts repairs.
Before Sex Abuse Arrest, Brooklyn Lawmaker’s Aide Received Nearly $200,000 in State Payments to His Company
Comptroller Tom DiNapoli is investigating 82 disbursements to a company founded by former Bensonhurst Assemblymember Peter Abbate’s statehouse staffer.
Joseph Brady, legislative director for former Brooklyn Assemblymember Peter Abbate, still faces multiple misdemeanor counts in alleged upstate assault
Finally armed with a roadmap for how to achieve the environmental mandates outlined by a sweeping new state law, it’s now up to legislators to advance those policies.
The judiciary committee voted Gov. Kathy Hochul’s nominee down 10 to 9. Senate Democrats say his candidacy is dead, but Hochul says the full Senate needs to vote.
The proposals would freeze the current $2.75 price of subway and bus trips and would roll out free fares by borough over four years.
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Campaign finance scheme first exposed by THE CITY wasn’t enough for prosecutors to bring fraud or graft charges against the former lieutenant governor, judge rules.
Advocates are calling on Albany and to ramp up security on benefits cards — while officials say the law ties their hands when it comes to reimbursing the stolen funds.
Four each will be based in Manhattan and Queens, with three in The Bronx and two in Staten Island. It’s still not clear when any of them will open — and Brooklyn will have to wait even longer, thanks to a lawsuit.
Tax abatements, tenant vouchers and zoning overrides are just some of the tools the newly elected governor could deploy.
Permits Surged Before 421-a Tax Break Expired — But Not Enough to Stave Off a Housing Construction Lull, Developers Warn
Before the widely used construction incentive expired this spring, one-third as many building permits were issued than when the last expiration loomed.
“There’s going to be challenges” admits an NYPD lawyer who’s among those puzzling out how to apply hazy new rules passed after the Supreme Court’s gun decision.
They all say that state lawmakers need to take more aggressive action to green the electric grid and protect communities — and contend it is the Assembly that has failed in recent legislative sessions.
Both ‘good cause’ and a tax break for developers are doomed, and other things tenants should know about what made the cut in the state capital.
Measure sought by Mayor Eric Adams and his public housing authority chair will enable refinancing to help fund desperately needed repairs for 25,000 apartments.
After Benjamin’s arrest by the feds and resignation, here’s what you need to know about the 2022 race for the state’s second-highest office.
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