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Christie for governor or president?
Presidential election chatter seems to start earlier and earlier every election cycle, but before the current New Jersey governor has even been reelected, people are asking whether he will be joining the 2016 race.
Brooklyn polling stations deal with voting machine issues
Earlier today, voters in polling stations across Brooklyn reported technical problems with electronic voting machines.
NY Elections:New York voters split on Bill de Blasio’s education policies
New York voters, schools, and organizations debate his education policies, and whether de Blasio has the qualifications needed to improve the city's education system.
NYC Elections:de Blasio Win Could Mean Big Change for NYC Schools
Reports have been swirling around that NYC mayor-elect Bill de Blasio might appoint Randi Weingarten, union head of the American Federation of Teachers, as the city’s new schools chancellor. On Election Day, New Yorkers take their thoughts to twitter and the web.
NY Elections: New York’s progressive venture
Bill de Blasio is slated to make history, or so says Twitter. If elected, de Blasio would be the city's first openly progressive mayor in the wake of Obama's reelection. But how will ideology translate into government politics? What hopes or reservations do New Yorkers have?
NY Elections: Vegas-style casinos in upstate NY?
Voters hitting the polls in New York today are weighing up Proposition 1, an amendment which would allow the opening of seven new casinos in the state.
NY Elections: NYC Mayoral Election overshadowed by mayor not on the ballot
Amid a mayoral race that was determined to be a historic landslide long before the polls closed, another Mayor, Rob Ford of Toronto, stole the media spotlight with his candid crack confessions.
NYC Marathon: The last runners
“New York is the crème de la crème of the marathons, I’ve always loved coming up here,” said Dale-Pierce proudly beaming.
NYC Marathon: Back to tradition on the Upper East Side
As a symbol of support, the Boston Marathon’s yellow line ran alongside the familiar blue line that guides runners along their trek in New York.
NYC Marathon: No fear of danger, but extra security a hassle at finish line
The bombing at the Boston Marathon and any thoughts of danger were no deterrent to participating in today's event.