Azi Paybarah

Jeffries questions mayor for opposing chokehold ban:

'I don’t think there is a reasonable argument'

Bio: Azi Paybarah is a reporter for Capital. He has covered politics for The New York Observer, WNYC, The New York Sun and the New York Press.

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Jeffries questions mayor for opposing chokehold ban

'I don’t think there is a reasonable argument'

6:08 a.m.

 
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City Hall Pro: Chief judge backs summons reform; Council staffer complaint

City Hall Pro: Chief judge backs summons reform; Council staffer complaint

5:49 a.m.

 
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Councilman to be accused of unlawful termination

Sources: staffer alleges she was fired after rebuffing King's advances

Apr. 27, 2015

 
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Garner’s mother pans Donovan’s candidacy

Asked how she felt about his candidacy, Garner’s mother, Gwen Carr told NY1, “He should run far away as possible.”

Apr. 27, 2015

 
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Chief judge declares support for summons reform

Lippman says he favors decriminalizing some offenses

Apr. 27, 2015

 
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Capital Playbook: Elise Stefanik profile; Mara Gay and Josh Dawsey to Room 9

Capital Playbook: Elise Stefanik profile; Mara Gay and Josh Dawsey to Room 9

Apr. 27, 2015

 
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City Hall Pro: De Blasio’s Wisconsin offensive; Sharpton hits Broken Windows

City Hall Pro: De Blasio’s Wisconsin offensive; Sharpton hits Broken Windows

Apr. 27, 2015

 
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Sharpton criticizes policing of ‘bubble gum crimes’

Said there needed to be a 'balanced' system for policing those offences

Apr. 25, 2015

 
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Bratton: Council plan would limit police effectiveness

Commissioner said he is in discussions with City Council and mayor's office, expects a resolution 'very shortly'

Apr. 24, 2015

 
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M.T.A.: More 2, 7, L and M trains, fewer Ds

Subway service will increase for the 2, 7, L and M trains, reflecting “changing ridership demands,” costing about $1.6 million annually, according to an announcement from the New York City Transit.

Apr. 24, 2015