Delay and neglect in NYC hospitals need to be addressed.
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The two Democratic candidates for lieutenant governor are trying hard to win Chinese votes in advance of the primary, Sing Tao Daily reports.
Scott Stringer seconds a proposal requesting that Ralph Lauren Corporation sign a safety accord.
As Rep. Charles B. Rangel claimed victory after holding a slim lead over state Sen. Adriano D. Espaillat in their primary election contest, the battle reflected the divisions among Latinos in East Harlem, El Diario/La Prensa reports.
Two years ago, longtime Congressman Charles Rangel survived Adriano Espaillat’s primary challenge. This time, things could be different, reports El Diario/La Prensa in a political analysis.
A group working to register eligible Dominican voters may help determine the outcome of the June 24 primary for a key Congressional seat, Manhattan Times reports.
Architect He Gin Lee keeps running for the position, and insists he’s up to the job.
A CUNY Journalism School investigation shows that in 2013, insiders found ways to fund those they favored.
The mayor discussed affordable housing, immigration and other topics at a roundtable at City Hall.
Approximately 250,000 Bronx residents are without representation in Albany while Gov. Cuomo decides whether or not to call special elections, Bronx Bureau reports.
Latino leaders rejoiced when Councilwoman Melissa Mark-Viverito became City Council speaker, the first Hispanic politician to occupy the most important seat in New York City after the mayor, El Diario-La Prensa reports.
A Latino organization expresses its discomfort at what it calls a “disturbing pattern” of “marginal inclusion” of Hispanics for top-level appointments in Bill de Blasio administration, reports Gotham Gazette.
The Working Families Party had a banner election year, pushing their candidates to victory not only in citywide races but in the City Council and district attorney’s office. The success didn’t come overnight, reports Amsterdam News.
A government that looks like the city is what Mayor-Elect Bill de Blasio vowed to assemble during a reception at the “Somos el Futuro” conference in San Juan, Puerto Rico, over the weekend.
In instances like the Central Park Jogger case, in which five innocent teens were convicted for a vicious crime they did not commit, what are the consequences for the prosecutors who oversaw such a travesty of justice? Are they untouchable? Are they free from accountability?