Congressman Charles Rangel
After a ballot count that ended on Saturday, New York City Board of Elections spokeswoman Valerie Vazquez said that the 82-year-old congressman received 18,940 votes.
Congressman Charles Rangel has been in Congress seemingly forever. But will the dean of New York’s delegation survive? On Tuesday, Rangel will duke it out in a Democratic primary to decide whether he gets a 22nd term in the House.
The debt deal is no deal at all for many of the most vulnerable residents in the Tri-State Area. They may face long-term pain.
The civil rights battles fought by Martin Luther King Jr. are different from today’s problems, and the country must work together to end poverty and gun violence, state leaders said Monday.