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Democrats announced Monday they have narrowed the list of contenders to Brooklyn, Philadelphia and Columbus, Ohio.
Control of the U.S. Senate was the major question as voters headed to the polls around the nation Tuesday.
When many New Yorkers are heading out of town for Labor Day weekend, President Barack Obama is heading not to the city, but to Westchester County for a pair of events.
Brooklyn is once again pulling out all the stops Tuesday for members of the Democratic National Committee in hopes of bringing the 2016 convention to the Barclays Center.
Obama made a trip to an outpost of the Gap in Midtown East, and made a political point in doing so. He came to buy some sweaters for his daughters, athletic wear for his wife and to make a pitch for the minimum wage.
Deputy chief of staff Bridget Anne Kelly’s employment was terminated Thursday morning effective immediately, Gov. Chris Christie said.
Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio announced the appointment of Goldman Sachs executive Alicia Glen as the administration’s deputy mayor of housing and economic development.
The Democratic National Committee and American Bridge for the 21st Century released ads Thursday attacking the GOP governor and possible 2016 candidate.
Democratic officials said Obama has committed to at least 20 fundraisers in and out of Washington ahead of the 2014 elections.
Connecticut’s comptroller Kevin Lembo is questioning whether Democrats are tacitly accepting the state’s vote by having their convention in Charlotte, N.C.
Republican strategist Chris Healy says last year, Linda McMahon faced off against a tough candidate in Democratic state Attorney General Richard Blumenthal.
Codey, never shy to speak his mind, didn’t disappoint when he stopped by WCBS Newsradio 880’s studios and spoke at length with afternoon drive anchor Wayne Cabot.
Saying he believed the Defense of Marriage Act was “wrong” and “unfair,” the President added his voice to the debate still raging in Albany over a bill allowing same-sex marriage.
The Democrats have been preparing for this campaign for a while, but it’s a fairly open field for the Republicans.
Just about everyone has something positive and negative to say about “Obamacare.” House Republican leaders are looking to repeal the health care law, but find themselves evenly matched by Democrats.