6 hrs ago | NY1
All seven Democratic candidates for mayor were out on the campaign trail today, racking up endorsements and touting their plans to win City Hall, as they prepare to appear on NY1 for a televised debate about Latino issues Wednesday.
9 hrs ago | Silicon Alley Insider
New York City mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner waded into the immigration debate Monday, giving a full-throated endorsement of the immigration reform bill being debated in the Senate .
11 hrs ago | The New York Observer
Christine Quinn, executive director of the Anti-Violence Project, awards $10,000 to a man who helped solve the murder of fashion designer Gianni Versace in 1997.
None of the Democratic candidates for mayor has a plan for the city schools other than not being Mike Bloomberg.
Anthony Weiner, who resigned from Congress two years ago this Friday in a side-splitting social-media scandal, is running for mayor of New York? We don't know why, but we're now pretty sure it's not for the money.
Some candidates revere former mayors and presidents as their political inspiration.
As Anthony Weiner enters the New York mayoral race two years after scandal forced him from office, a new study in Social Science Quarterly explores the lingering effect of scandals and asks how long a politician need wait before hitting the come-back trail.
As policy proposals trickle out of the crowded campaign for mayor, a theme is emerging: Candidates are promising to create new offices and positions to fill what they say are holes in New York City's government.
Anthony Weiner's 17-month-old son, Jordan, joined him on the campaign trail on Father's Day Sunday, earning the occasional "awww" as the former congressman greeted voters at a street fair in Park Slope, Brooklyn, where he grew up.
One of the Senate's most aggressive investigators is probing longtime Hillary Rodham Clinton aide Huma Abedin's employment status, asking how she got a sweetheart deal to be a private six-figure consultant while still serving as a top State Department official.
In a series of political jokes during the opening monologue of NBC's Tonight Show, the host said that if the proposed immigration bill passes, "You'll press one for Spanish and two for English."
A revved up Anthony Weiner strode into a Baptist Church Thursday night and told a minority-heavy crowd that he would build bowling alleys and movie theaters in the Hurricane-ravaged Rockaways.
Mayor Bloomberg and Department of Transportation Commissioner Janette Sadik-Khan launched Citi Bike, the nation's largest bike share system, on May 27, 2013.
"I'm the underdog" Anthony Weiner wrote in an email to supporters this afternoon.