By Sabina Mollot
Pete Lindner, the Union Square Democrat who recently launched a campaign against Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney, has, without even been voted for yet, handled his first constituent request. 163 more words
By Sabina Mollot
Last week, Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney, a 23-year Democrat incumbent, officially announced that she was running for reelection.
In a press release, she touted her experience fighting for transportation improvements as well as women and children’s rights. 891 more words
The Democratic candidate running for the vacant seat of disgraced ex-Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver claimed to have the endorsements of a slew of high-profile politicians when she sought the support of a prominent Democratic club—even though all but one of them had not backed her. 492 more words
The Associated Press
WASHINGTON — A U.S. lawmaker is seeking answers from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York over the theft by cyber criminals of $81 million from the Bangladesh central bank’s account at the New York Fed. 483 more words
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney provided an update on the long-anticipated Second Avenue subway project as she announced her re-election campaign.
New entrances are now visible from the street as three new stations along the subway line are set to open in December, WCBS 880’s Sophia Hall reported. 185 more words
Andrew Cuomo and Joe Biden are best known for their jobs—governor of New York, vice president of the United States—but on a stage in Manhattan today they leaned into other identities: a son who had lost his father, and a father who had lost his son. 632 more words
Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams will be one of a handful of elected officials to attend President Barack Obama’s “Guns in America” discussion with Anderson Cooper tonight on CNN. 316 more words