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NYC parents seethe at campaign-for-credit offer from Eric Adams

[ad_1] Forget pay-to-play: for high schoolers, make it campaign-for-credit. An email seeking teen volunteers

Under Biden, Diplomacy Is an Attractive Career Again

[ad_1] Ismaila Whittier, a graduate student at the Harvard Kennedy School, remembers the moment

In Washington, Policy Revolves Around Joe Manchin. He Likes It That Way.

[ad_1] “Joe’s focus, I believe, is bipartisanship, and I agree with the starting point,”

C.D.C. Funding Gun Violence Research For First Time in Decades

[ad_1] That was the argument he used to help persuade Congress to appropriate money

Judge tosses case after lawyer says he will not wear a mask

[ad_1] A lawyer in a Brooklyn car crash case refused to wear a mask

Top Cuomo officials subpoenaed in harassment investigation

[ad_1] Dozens of Albany officials– including top Cuomo aide Melissa DeRosa — have been

Man stabbed in the shoulder on NYC subway platform

[ad_1] A man was stabbed during an argument with a stranger at a Lower

Cuomo demanded accuser sing ‘Danny Boy’ in ‘hazing’ incident: report

[ad_1] In the weirdest harassment claim yet to surface against Gov. Andrew Cuomo, the

Georgia Law Kicks Off Partisan Battle Over Voting Rights

[ad_1] Mr. Kemp on Friday pushed back at Mr. Biden’s criticism, saying, “There is

NYC suspends housing inspector after racist trope mailed to Asian man

[ad_1] City officials suspended a housing inspector Friday for allegedly using a racist trope