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  1. De Blasio to Developers: Donate to My Nonprofit. $125,000 Came. New York, Today

    Three developers were fined tens of thousands of dollars for potentially violating lobbying laws by donating to Mayor Bill de Blasio’s nonprofit group.

  2. Climate Strike N.Y.C.: 1.1 Million Can Skip School for Protest New York, September 16

    The city will not penalize those who attend global youth climate strikes on Friday, Sept. 20. “This completely changes things,” one student said.

  3. At the Country’s Oldest Stump, a Presidential Twist U.S., September 16

    The Galivants Ferry Stump speaking event in South Carolina has been held every two years for at least 143 years. Now, for the first time, it will host Democratic presidential candidates.

  4. Families of Sanitation Workers, Unsung 9/11 Heroes, to Get Health Benefits New York, September 10

    As Sept. 11-related deaths grow, a new bill would provide health insurance to families of up to 5,000 city employees not previously eligible.

  5. Was Michael Bloomberg New York City’s Greatest Mayor? Books, September 10

    Eleanor Randolph’s “The Many Lives of Michael Bloomberg” offers a careful assessment of Bloomberg’s life and times.

  6. Presidential Power Must Be Curbed After Trump, 2020 Candidates Say U.S., September 10

    The presidential hopefuls detailed their views on the limits of executive power in response to a New York Times survey.

  7. Climate Change Takes Center Stage: This Week in the 2020 Race U.S., September 7

    Half of the Democratic candidates took part in a CNN town-hall-style event on global warming, and several unveiled detailed plans to address the crisis.

  8. Climate Change Takes Center Stage: This Week in the 2020 Race U.S., September 7

    Half of the Democratic candidates took part in a CNN town-hall-style event on global warming, and several unveiled detailed plans to address the crisis.

  9. The Back-to-School Quiz Interactive, September 4

    Try to remember the stuff you’ve already blocked out.

  10. Bill de Blasio May End 2020 Presidential Bid Next Month New York, September 4

    Mayor de Blasio said he would probably drop out of the race if he does not qualify for the Democratic presidential debate in October.

  11. A Plan to Diversify New York’s Segregated Schools Opinion, September 2

    A commission appointed by Mayor Bill de Blasio has ideas worth considering.

  12. Don’t Eliminate Gifted Programs Opinion, September 2

    Readers discuss a plan by Mayor Bill de Blasio to achieve integration in the New York City public schools.

  13. Jeffrey Epstein: The Women Accused of Finding Girls for Him New York, August 30

    Friday: After the financier’s suicide, the authorities are refocusing their investigation onto his employees, girlfriends and associates.

  14. The Plan to Scrap New York’s Gifted Programs: 5 Takeaways New York, August 27

    The future of selective admissions in the nation’s largest school system has been thrown into doubt.

  15. De Blasio Weighs Eliminating Gifted Programs in New York New York, August 27

    The mayor has said education is his signature issue. Now he’s been handed a provocative proposal that could transform the system.

  16. Desegregation Plan: Eliminate All Gifted Programs in New York New York, August 26

    A group appointed by Mayor Bill de Blasio proposed seismic changes to the nation’s largest school system.

  17. Inslee Out. Moulton Out. De Blasio? Town Hall May Be Last Gasp. New York, August 23

    Trailing badly in the polls and in fund-raising for 2020, Mayor Bill de Blasio hopes that an hour on CNN Sunday before the nation’s voters can change his standing.

  18. George Washington Bridge Closes for Investigation of Suspicious Package New York, August 22

    The episode caused traffic delays on a span connecting Upper Manhattan and New Jersey.

  19. Democrats Are Getting Very Serious About the Native American Vote Opinion, August 22

    At a forum for presidential candidates, “everyone counts” sounded like both a moral and an electoral imperative.

  20. City School Test Scores Inch Up, but Less Than Half of Students Pass New York, August 22

    Gaps between black and Hispanic students and their white and Asian-American peers remain fixed, raising questions about school segregation.