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Budget Cut Avoided, But Children's Services Still Show Strain

There are reports that some parents are having trouble getting child welfare services because a botched contract award and budget threats last year led providers to scale back.

Gay Marriage, Tenants' Rights, Albany Reform: The Primary Races To Watch

From southeastern Queens to the north central Bronx, background on the races that could determine what kind of State Senate will emerge from election 2010.

Queens Race Defies Narrative Of Gay Rights, Reform

Coverage of the matchup between Sen. Shirley Huntley and Challenger Lynn Nunes revolves around gay rights. But hospital closings, foreclosures and flooding are the issues closer to the district.

The Fifth Man: A GOP Hopeful

A Staten Island Republican seeks to serve as the people's champion.


Mayors speak out at New School panel.

In the 1990s, conversations about gay marriage became more frequent and less taboo. New Yorkers especially have worked in the past decades to create a wave of acceptance and pride. On June 24, 2011, New York became the sixth and largest state to legalize same-sex marriage. Only days later, Rhode Island legalized civil unions. New York’s lawmakers gave the gay-rights movement newfound momentum and spirit.

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A young City Council candidate was beaten in a Brooklyn primary. But he emerged with a clear idea about how progressives can take back the city in 2001.