The phrase “you’ve got mail” could take on new meaning for former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton as federal probers appear intent on slapping her with a subpoena for her e-mail exchanges about Benghazi.
Political issues are increasingly leading to new ballot lines at the polls in New York.
U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara says he’s taking over the anti-corruption work that a commission created by Gov. Andrew Cuomo aborted when it was suddenly disbanded in April.
More than 90 charters from across the state, including the Success Academy Network of schools run by de Blasio rival Eva Moskowitz, said they will bring 2,500 parents and kids to Albany on Tuesday to seek help protecting charter schools.
Political science professor Jeanne Zaino touches on topics ranging from Kennedy’s legislative impact to the preservation of his legacy for years to come.
When asked whether he’s bring out any big political names to campaign for him in the closing days of the race, Lhota did hint at a possible show of support from his old boss, former Mayor Rudy Giuliani.
A Quinnipiac University poll released Thursday shows Stringer and the scandal-scarred Spitzer at 46 percent each among likely Democratic primary voters.
This is the first time de Blasio has topped a poll in this campaign. He has surged past former leader Christine Quinn. The City Council speaker is second with 24 percent.
There is month to go before the New York City primary and the battle is on for votes. Two of the latest ads from candidates are tailored to the minority community.
Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver is under fire for approving a secret payout of tax money to settle a sex harassment claim against his ally Assemblyman Vito Lopez and failing to follow protocol by referring the claim to the Ethics Committee.