If Madison Square Garden is moved, where should it be moved to?
The burden of history has borne heavily on the Chinese people, and those who claim to speak for them carry a special responsibility. As Chinese immigrants rise to prominence [...]
NEW YORK—The new paid sick leave bill will fall under the responsibility of the Department of Consumer Affairs (DCA), rather than the original plan to use the Department of Health. The DCA expressed reservations about its intended regulatory role on [...]
Speaker Christine Quinn announced the details of the paid sick leave compromises, which includes a provision to pull the bill if the economy does not continue to trend up.
New York City legislators, labor advocates and business leaders have struck a deal on the hotly contested issue of paid sick leave. City Council Speaker Christine Quinn, who [...]
City Council Speaker Christine Quinn formally launched her bid for New York City Mayor on Sunday morning with a tweet and a five-borough tour starting in the far northern [...]
Could a plastic bag ban follow the soft drink ban in New York City?
Hundreds of millions of dollars are coming to help the thousands of families still displaced from Hurricane Sandy, but the money won’t arrive until at least early May.
Some candidates for mayor of New York City discussed their views and potential policies on transportation at a public forum.
An examination of City Council Speaker Christine Quinn’s State of the City speech, and her years as council speaker.