Social networks lit up Wednesday as users argued over who emerged as the key character from Wednesday’s first president debate.
More than 20 Assembly seats and four Senate seats are up for grabs. There is also an unusual number of contests without incumbents because more than 20 of 150 Assembly members and four of 62 senators have retired or resigned this term.
An administrator at Baruch College’s Zicklin School of Business is in hot water for allegedly forging professor’s names in order to raise the grade point averages of students studying for masters degrees, according to the New York Post.
“Certainly flattering to be spoken about, but I have no plans to run for elected office,” Kelly told reporters on Wednesday.
There was a stunning development Monday in the New York City mayor’s race. Republican leaders have been trying to convince top cop Ray Kelly to seek the city’s top job — and sources told CBS 2 he’s thinking about it.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg was crowing Tuesday about New York City’s restaurant letter grade system.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is wrapping up his first year in office and he’ll be happy to hear what some have to say about it.
The vote means an initial $300 increase and $300 more per year for five more years after that. Tuition will increase from $4,800 in 2011 to $6,330 by 2015.
Students opposed to the tuition hike try to push through police barricades to get into a meeting of CUNY trustees.
Former Mayor Rudy Giuliani campaigned with Republican congressional candidate Bob Turner on Monday, trying to augment his surprising lead in the polls in Weiner’s heavily Democratic 9th Congressional District.
Alfatah Kadal claims he runs the City, and with no disrespect to Mayor Bloomberg, he really does.