The city’s capital budget process has been notoriously inefficient and rife with cost overruns and delays, leading to many questions about how the city is spending tens of billions of dollars on essential infrastructure maintenance, upgrades, and development.
The New York City Inclusive Growth Initiative -- an effort organized by three major nonprofit groups -- released a “blueprint” of 50-plus recommendations for the next Mayor and City Council.
This Week on MNN commemorates the 20th anniversary of the September 11 attacks on our country.
Eric Adams has continued a robust fundraising operation since receiving the Democratic nomination for mayor, bolstering his chances of sailing smoothly to victory in the November general election against his long-shot opponent, Republican Curtis Sliwa.
Lawmakers in the State Senate have set their sights on the dysfunctional Joint Commission on Public Ethics, the state’s ethics watchdog often criticized for its apparent lack of independence and bite.
The New York State Senate elections committee is gearing up to hold its traditional post-election oversight hearing, where the New York City and State boards of elections will have to answer questions about what went right and what went wrong in the primaries earlier this year.
New York's legislative redistricting commission is moving into its next phase following a series of public hearings intended to get a sense of the contours of "communities of interest," a new criteria being incorporated into the line-drawing process for the first time this cycle, in addition to...
This Week on MNN celebrates Labor Day!
The number of young adults who are both out of school and unemployed surged during the pandemic after declining for much of the past decade.