Police commissioner Bill Bratton said on Wednesday that his office has "had no discussions” with the Brooklyn district attorney about a new policy to cease prosecuting first-time offenders for small amounts of marijuana.
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Senator sees ominous signs in Supreme Court decision
In his first public interview since legislative leaders reached a budget deal late Friday night, Dean Skelos went out of his way to praise Jeff Klein, his co-leader in the Senate, for a dramatic increase in pre-kindergarten funding.
Max Young, the press secretary for Sen. Chuck Schumer, is leaving that post to work for a Rockefeller Foundation initiative.
A team of lawyers hired by Chris Christie to look into the Bridgegate scandal, led by former Rudy Giuliani aide Randy Mastro, has released its report on the affair.
Former secretary of state and New York senator cast herself as a formative figure in pressuring Iran to reconsider its nuclear program
Governor shrugs off pre-K celebrations, says it's about taxes and charters now
Fund-raiser in New York City on Monday morning for Alison Lundergan Grimes
Fellow Democrats block Gillibrand's push to remove sexual assault from the chain of command
Mayor Bill de Blasio will speak at a forum on "Leading American Cities" at the University of Chicago on Thursday, according to an event listing on the university's website.