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Joe Biden Makes an Emotional Appeal for Paid Family Leave

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

Andrew Cuomo

Brooklyn Borough President Headed to Obama's Gun Control Town Hall

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

Barack Obama

NY Lawmakers Applaud Passage Of 9/11 Health Bill After Congress OKs Year-End Budget Deal

WASHINGTON (CBSNewYork/AP) — Congress on Friday sent President Barack Obama a bipartisan a trillion dollar spending bill to fund the government through next September, which includes an agreement to… 1,257 more words

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Congressman: 'No Reason to Believe' Paul Ryan Will Fare Better Than John Boehner

Congressman Charles Rangel—the dean of New York City’s congressional delegation—said he doubts new House Speaker Paul Ryan will have much more luck getting things done than his predecessor did, thanks to what he dubbed a confederate “cancer” in the Republican party. 454 more words

Carolyn Maloney

Members of Congress Fume After MTA Slashes Second Avenue Subway Funding

Two members of Congress said they were “deeply concerned” this afternoon following the Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s plan to slash $1 billion in funding from the proposed Second Avenue subway. 397 more words

MTA

Leading Elected Officials Question Development Rights in Stuy-Town Deal

Comptroller Scott Stringer and three Manhattan officials are probing the so-called “sweetener” of the sale of Stuyvesant Town-Peter Cooper Village to the Blackstone Group that… 591 more words

Bill De Blasio