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By Jonathan Lemire | Tuesday Sep 10, 2013
As New York City’s contentious primary campaign drew to a close Tuesday, some voters - including one leading mayoral candidate - encountered problems with the city’s decades-old voting machines.
By Jonathan Lemire | Sunday Aug 25, 2013
In the topsy-turvy New York City mayoral race that has been filled with larger-than-life characters, Bill Thompson has run a steady, under-the-radar campaign that has put him within striking distance of victory.
By Jonathan Lemire | Thursday Aug 1, 2013
Mayoral hopeful Christine Quinn suddenly finds herself in demand on national political television talk shows, and they all want to ask her the same question: Should Anthony Weiner drop out of the race?
Thursday Jul 25, 2013
Following revelations of yet another wave of lewd text messages and photos, disgraced former Rep. Anthony Weiner said he is "surprised more didn’t come out" and he’s sorry "for any inconvenience this may have caused."
By Jonathan Lemire | Tuesday Jul 23, 2013
New York City mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner admitted on Tuesday to sending additional sexually explicit photos and texts to a woman he met online - an exchange she says began more than a year after he resigned from Congress for similar behavior.
By Jennifer Peltz | Saturday Jul 6, 2013
With the super-competitive campaign to lead the nation’s biggest city in high gear since spring, the day-to-day menu of candidate forums, policy speeches and endorsements from political figures has increasingly been sprinkled with a heavy dash of glitz.
By Winnie McCroy | Thursday Jun 20, 2013
Out New York lawmakers are demanding an apology from mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner for a ’dyke’ gaffe in a Washington Post article.
By Beth Fouhy | Wednesday Sep 14, 2011
Republican Bob Turner defeated Democratic state Assemblyman David Weprin in a special election on Tuesday, Sept. 14, to succeed Rep. Anthony Weiner who resigned in June after a sexting scandal.
By Shaun Knittel | Saturday Jul 16, 2011
The president does it. Sarah Palin does it. It helped ensure passage of gay marriage in New York. It’s tweeting. It’s fast, it’s easy and it’s fun. It can also get you into trouble. Just ask ex-U.S. Rep. Anthony Weiner.
By Angela Giampolo | Friday Jul 1, 2011
Fashion designer John Galliano went on trial in Paris last month on assault and hate speech charges, but he is among the growing list of notables who have publicly pleaded for forgiveness for their indiscretions.
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