It’s not just a question of who’s here and which candidate they favor, but whether they can and will vote.
Curtis Sliwa and Fernando Mateo are vying to be the GOP alternative to whoever emerges victorious from the crowded Democratic primary.
A state senator and a policy expert weigh in on how state aid and federal relief affect the policy picture facing New Yorkers and the candidates running for mayor.
Experts on housing finance and family homelessness joined the Max & Murphy Show to size up the issues that will confront the next mayor.
A top nutrition advocate says the pandemic exacerbated a significant hunger crisis in the city. And a year later, it is still exacerbating it—although the federal stimulus package will deliver help.
The Empire Center’s Bill Hammond told the Max & Murphy Show that the controversy over death data and nursing-home policy reflects deeper questions about decisions made in the disaster’s early days.
The lieutenant governor joined the show three times in 2018, defining her role and discussing her politics.
Jay Jacobs says he believes the women who have come forward to accuse Gov. Cuomo of misconduct but wants the investigation to play out. But one Democratic senator suggests Cuomo has already lost his ability to govern.
Yes, there are four elected officials in the race to be the city’s No. 3 official. But Michelle Caruso-Cabrera, Zach Iscol, Terri Liftin and Reshma Patel are likely to be on the ballot, too.