Mayoral candidate Bill Thompson is vowing to wait until every vote is counted in the primary election. "This is far from over," he said.
It was quite a primary election. The powerful City Council speaker who led the mayoral race for much of the summer came in a distant third. Three famous -- and famously disgraced -- politicians begging for a second chance were defeated. And a Brooklyn liberal skyrocketed out of nowhere to grab 40 percent of Democrats' votes for mayor.
Moss says that Bloomberg came in "as a manager and as an engineer, not as an ideologue" but that he became "an autocrat for the people."
With only three more days before the mayoral primaries, the candidates are touring the five boroughs to make their final cases to voters.
Stevia looks like an average leafy green, but it actually patches an all-natural, very sweet punch. Farmer Ron Bingahi III explains how to use stevia and shares the Stokes Farm secret summer drink recipe.
Fordham professor and political analyst Costas Panagopoulo said this election has become about finding an alternative to long-time front runner Christine Quinn.
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President Obama has called for law schools to shorten their programs to two years, and New York Law School is pledging to do just that.
A day after a Manhattan jury said it's not acceptable for black people to use the "n-word" at work, many are worried about the impact of the decision on conversations at the water cooler.
The day’s festivities began on a more muted note, as candidates reacted to the news of the shooting death of a 1 year-old Brooklyn boy on Sunday evening. The top Democrats running for mayor were united in their call for expanded community policing efforts, but that didn't stop them from criticizing each other.
Ken Greene of the Hudson Valley Seed Library explains how panther edamame looks and tastes different than the average green soybean. Try his recipe for edamamus.
As President Barack Obama led the nation in a commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington and Dr. Martin Luther King's "I Have a Dream" speech, there was news that one of Wall Street's biggest firms has agreed to pay an historic settlement in a racial discrimination suit.
The U.S. Open is in full swing, and tennis, like baseball, is not driven by a clock. Matches can stretch out over several hours, and a day watching the pros play in Flushing Meadows, Queens can easily turn into night.
The last grand slam event of the tennis season began Monday right here in New York City.
The new law that makes it easier for people to sue the NYPD for profiling is making police officers into the bad guys, the head of the sergeants’ union says.
Moringa is a plant so nutrient-dense and hardy that it could help nourish people in developing nations. It can also be found at one Brooklyn farmers market, said GrowNYC's Christopher Wayne. Try farmer Hector Tejada's recipe for sauteed corn with moringa.
It's been 20 days since the CBS blackout went into effect for the area's three million Time Warner customers and there's been little indication that anything is going to change anytime soon.
Slate editor L.V. Anderson shares her methods for efficiently cleaning and chopping parsley. Try her recipe for tabbouleh.
Sonya Samuel, the creator of Bacchanal Sauce, explains how Caribbean-style pepper sauces differ from popular American hot sauces. Try her recipe for Bacchanal Sauce Spiked Guacamole.
Judgment Day for Alex Rodriguez has arrived. Major League Baseball hit the Yankees slugger with a 211-game suspension that will keep him out the rest of this season and through 2014.