On the eve of the mayoral election, Bill Thompson is suddenly facing a lawsuit that accuses him of engaging in a "blatant fraud" when he acquired his $2.1 million Harlem home in 2008.
Franklyn Castro, who fought unsuccessfully to block the court-compelled sale of his restored brownstone at ... More >>
This article was reported and written by Wayne Barrett and Georgia Bobley.
In the glut of City Council races this season, one candidate stands above the crowd of unknowns, ex-firefighter Peter Gleason, who's challenging downtown incumbent Alan Gerson. Gleason has magically emerged from the shadows ... More >>
Does anyone remember that the Democrats came within 500 votes last year of having a 33 to 29 majority in the New York State Senate, a margin that would have averted the current chaos and maybe even led to passage of the gay marriage bill? It took three months for the Board of Elect ... More >>