Two former associates of a candidate seeking to become the city's first Asian-American mayor were convicted Thursday in a scheme to illegally raise campaign funds.
There were no big surprises this year in New York’s primaries.
The two most notably victories were Representative Charles Rangel’s and attorney Wendy Long’s.
The 2012 Democratic primary for the House of Representatives was billed as a tough fight for Rep. Charles Rangel, thanks to demographic changes and the shadows of an ethic scandal. And when the dust cleared, it was apparent that it had been.
If you had something to say to your congressman, what would be the best way to make yourself heard? E-mail? Facebook? A phone call? How long would it take you?
Love and Politics dominate this week's Cityscape. We'll take a look at how New York City voted in the Super Tuesday races, explore the politics of kissing and visit the Bronx Zoo to get the true meaning of "animal attraction."
Congressman Peter King, responding to a powerful hometown Republican’s suggestion that he run for president, said he was taking a wait-and-see approach.
Although the Mayor was booed by some Queens parade goers, he said at a press conference Monday that he isn't concerned by the upset.
Queens Democrat Tony Avella is on the road to Albany. He beat longtime State Senator Frank Padavan in Tuesday’s election, making him one of the few candidates to knock an incumbent from power in New York.
Carl Paladino, a Tea Party-backed political novice, secured the Republican nomination for New York Governor Tuesday night, beating former Congressman Rick Lazio by a wide margin.
Most incumbents in congressional races in New York enjoy an advantage over their opponents - they've raised more money. According to www.opensecrets.org, incumbents have received more donations than challengers in 26 out of 28 races.