Residents Pose Election Year Questions At Manhattan Town MeetingManhattan residents came together in Harlem Wednesday evening to discuss mayoral election issues, in the third of five town meeting events with a panel of local reporters.
Republican Paul Massey Drops Out Of Mayoral Race"Unfortunately, the cost of running for office is extraordinary, and I do not see a path to raising the necessary funds to beat an incumbent mayor," Massey said Wednesday. 
Republicans Trying To Win Support To Pass Health Care BillAfter failing to get 50 votes, Republicans are trying to regroup and see if they can find a compromise that will win enough support to pass their plan to repeal and replace Obamacare.
State Lawmakers To Reconvene To Try Again On Mayoral Control Of NYC SchoolsLess than a week after they ended their regular session, state lawmakers are returning to Albany to try again when it comes to extending mayoral control of schools in New York City.
Cuomo Calls For Special Session Of Legislature Over Mayoral Control Of NYC SchoolsLast week, the governor said it was a "dereliction of duty" for lawmakers to end their 2017 session without a deal to extend mayoral control of city schools.
Supreme Court Agrees To Review Trump Travel Ban, Which Resumes ThursdayThe U.S. Supreme Court has decided to hear arguments  on President Donald Trump's controversial travel ban targeting six Muslim-majority countries.
Asked To Apologize For Stonewall, O'Neill Says 'We're Moving Forward'NYPD Commissioner James O’Neill was given the chance Monday to apologize for the raid on the Stonewall Inn 48 years ago that helped launch the modern gay rights movement, but he declined.
Schumer: 'Ringless Voicemail' From Telemarketers Would Be Consumer NightmareU.S. Sen. Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) is worried that robocalls could get worse if the Federal Communications Commission exempts them from the Do Not Call list.
Department Of Design And Construction Commissioner Leaving Amid ControversiesThe embattled head of the city’s Department of Design and Construction is on his way out.
Cuomo Launching Statewide Voter Registration Drive At Pride MarchNew York state Gov. Andrew Cuomo was launching a statewide voter registration drive at the NYC Pride March on Sunday.
Senate Republicans Work To Gather Votes To Pass Health Care BillFour GOP senators say the newly released Senate health care plan is dead on arrival unless they see some major changes.
Senators Probe Former Attorney General Lynch For 'Alleged Political Interference'Senators investigating Russian meddling in the 2016 election are now seeking more information about the firing of FBI Director James Comey, and the Clinton email investigation.

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