By Edith Honan The poll comes as de Blasio's former rivals in a lengthy primary fight rally to his side. De Blasio has campaigned
In unofficial returns with 99 percent of precincts reporting, de Blasio had had 40.3 percent of the vote – slightly more
Earlier Monday, Capital New York reported Gov. Andrew Cuomo had planned to work with Thompson and de Blasio to help bring
I can't speak for anyone else, but I will support you if you continue. However, if you decide to leave the race and want to reward your most stalwart and effective supporters, here's how.
In Thompson's second run for mayor, the aftertaste of second place isn't as sweet as the first time. Back in 2008, he was the triumphant underdog, this time however, he's close to becoming persona non-grata.
September traditionally marks the beginning of the art season, at least as far as commercial galleries are concerned. As collectors and art world professionals return from summer destinations far and wide, you can feel the art world start to shift into high gear.
LGBT politicos are in denial if they don't see this race as a harbinger of the future, in New York and throughout the country. It was a reflection of the advances that the LGBT community has made in New York, with LGBT voters rejecting simplistic identity politics and voting on broader issues.
Anthony Weiner was apparently in a sour mood after he conceded defeat in the race for New York City mayor on Tuesday. Weiner reportedly gave a reporter the middle finger on his way home from his election night party.
Joe Lhota was declared the winner of the Republican primary race for New York City mayor by WNYC. Joe Lhota will face the
In his concession speech, Weiner thanked several members of his family and staff. Former Congressman Anthony Weiner has conceded
If no candidate receives 40 percent of the vote, the top two finishers advance to an Oct. 1 runoff. NEW YORK — Polls have
Polls have closed in New York City. Today's votes decide who will face off in the general election for mayor of New York
New York City voters took to the polls today to decide on Democratic and Republican candidates for mayor. Polls close in
Voters will decide on Democratic and Republican candidates for the New York City mayor's race in today's primary election
The primary election for New York City mayor takes place today. Polls opened at 6 a.m. and will close at 9 p.m. Scroll down
The primary race for mayor of New York City will come to a close on Tuesday. Final polls show Public Advocate Bill de Blasio
The fate of the candidates in the New York City primary race for mayor will be decided today. HuffPost reported earlier on