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Former City Councilman Cross-Examined on Day 6 of Corruption Trial

Former City Councilman Dan Halloran is at the center of an alleged massive bribery scheme and has been testifying in his own defense for six days. On Thursday, federal prosecutors had their first opportunity to question the former lawmaker—and it was done sharply and quickly.

Updated 07/24/2014 07:58 PM


De Blasio Family Heads Back to NYC

Mayor de Blasio and his family are making their way back to the city after vacationing in Italy.

07/27/2014 10:38 AM

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Road To City Hall

On The Road: Touring All 51 City Council Districts

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Candidates for Governor React to NY Times Report on Moreland Commission

After a lengthy New York Times report came out that said Governor Andrew Cuomo's administration repeatedly interfered with the work of an anti-corruption commission Cuomo, himself, created, his political opponents are seeing the focus on the Moreland commission as a opportunity. 07/23/2014 10:43 PM


Cuomo Silent After NY Times Report Details Restraining of Anti-Corruption Commission

Governor Andrew Cuomo was silent today in the wake of a lengthy report by The New York Times that said his administration repeatedly interfered with the work of an anti-corruption commission Cuomo, himself, created, with a top aide even calling back subpoenas that were issued to political allies of the governor's. Updated 07/23/2014 11:29 PM


Chris Christie Calls Astorino Campaign a 'Lost Cause'

Candidate for governor Rob Astorino spent some of his morning today not taking on his Democratic opponent, Andrew Cuomo, but instead attacking a fellow Republican, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie. Astorino says Christie should consider resigning as the head of the Republican Governors Association after calling Astorino's campaign a "lost cause." 07/22/2014 08:34 PM


Michael Grimm Goes on the Offensive Amid Legal Troubles

Targeted by both prosecutors and his political opponents, Congressman Michael Grimm is going on the offensive, but not in front of the cameras. The Republican who represents Staten Island and parts of Brooklyn is issuing a leaflet as he tries to hold on to his freedom and his seat in the House of Representatives. 07/22/2014 09:34 PM

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