New york primary
“Women like me aren't supposed to run for office.”
Eric Schneiderman said Wednesday that he is "deeply troubled" by widespread reports of election irregularities, announcing that his office would look into whether New Yorkers were illegally barred from voting.
After being forced to hit the reset button following a 16-point loss in the Empire State, Sanders' top two advisers seemed to diverge on strategy moving forward.
After pulling in 60 percent of the vote in New York's GOP primary, the Republican frontrunner started to look eerily like a real presidential candidate.
After weeks of hard campaigning and jostling with Bernie Sanders, Clinton won on her home turf by a wide margin.
The Republican frontrunner has spent weeks bragging about how much New Yorkers love him — and on Tuesday they proved it.
The New York City comptroller is launching an audit over “widespread” reports of voter disenfranchisement, closed polling locations and other “irregularities”.
Orthodox Jews from across the political spectrum have turned against the Brooklyn-born Democrat over his position on Israel.
The fight to win voters outside Manhattan underscores a national divide between liberal, urban elites, and the more rural, blue-collar voters who feel forgotten and screwed by politics-as-usual.
In a letter to the Democratic National Committee, the Sanders camp expressed "extremely serious concerns" over the fundraising relationship between his rival and the DNC.
The Republican frontrunner's message on immigration and making the economy great again is really resonating among many locals in New York's elite vacation spot.