Politics

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Last week, Senate Minority Leader and Brooklynite Chuck Schumer called out U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions for his claim that New York is “soft...

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Yesterday was Tuesday, so naturally Park Slopers and farther afield Brooklynites came together to resist Trump under the organization of activist groups #ResistTrumpTuesdays and...

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'Tis not exactly the season to be jolly — the first of fall and winter's family-centric holidays has already been marred by this year's...

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Step aside, Nate Silver! There's a new authority on presidential polls in town: Seamless. The food delivery giant ran its own poll during the presidential...

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For five years, New York had a man...we won't say a hero, because what's a hero? We're talking about Jimmy McMillan here, the heart...

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It's been months since he entered the presidential race, and Donald Trump's lead in the polls might not be a stranglehold, but it does...

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The thing about being a high-profile public servant who tries to pretend to be normal and do things like ride the subway is that...

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In case you didn't know, there's a presidential election in 2016. For president of America. And while ordinarily New Yorkers could just exist in...

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Hey, what's up freelancers, poors and other people who used to have health insurance. Did you guys enjoy purchasing health insurance from an online...

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We touched on it in our previous story about the de Blasio inauguration, but Mike Bloomberg was not a happy camper while he was...