Matt Taylor

  1. de blasio’s new york
    FBI Corruption Probe Could Complicate de Blasio’s JobEven if no charges are filed, heightened scrutiny will make it harder for the mayor to govern.
  2. a tale of two cities
    Elizabeth Warren Got Political in New York City Last Night“Sandinistas” and “eyeliner-wearers” unite!
  3. the racie for gracie
    At Toned-Down Victory Party, De Blasio Focuses on Difficult Task Ahead“Our work – all of our work – is really just beginning.”
  4. early and often
    Election Day 2013: What New Yorkers Need to KnowParty-switching! Scandals! Casinos!
  5. the racie for gracie
    De Blasio Celebrates Win With Brooklyn Bash, Family Dance MoveAnd some messing with Dante’s ‘fro.
  6. early and often
    Everything You Need to Know About New York City’s PrimariesHow to vote, who’s running, and which races to watch.
  7. the racie for gracie
    Would a Democratic Mayor End the NYPD’s Muslim-Surveillance Program?The answer seems to be no.
  8. the racie for gracie
    Anthony Weiner Has the Support of His Mom’s Friends“They know him.”
  9. client 9
    Spitzer and Stringer Woo Liberal Drinkers in Hell’s KitchenThe boozy event was actually less combative than the debates.
  10. Bill de Blasio Eats Pizza With ‘Hipsters’ “The happening new generation is here!”
  11. the racie for gracie
    Weiner’s Road Ahead: Retail Politics and High Entertainment ValueHours after the scandal broke, he was working voters like a champ.
  12. client 9
    Signature-Hungry Spitzer Parties in MidtownGathering 3,750 names by tonight won’t be easy.
  13. Anthony Weiner Picks Up the Front-runner Mantle and Runs With ItIt’s a whole new race today.
  14. Weiner Proposes Weinercare for Big Apple, Addresses ‘Dyke’ ControversyNew York City should be a health-care laboratory for the nation, he said.
  15. At Long Last, a Monorail for New York City?In the mayoral transportation debate, a Republican hopeful proposed building “monorails going down the middle of the streets.”
  16. Anthony Weiner Goes on ‘Food-Stamp Diet’“I’m gonna try to find some peanut butter, but that’s, like, $4.50.”
  17. don’t call it a comeback
    Protesters Meet Well-Prepared Police on Occupy Wall Street Anniversary [Updated]The NYPD arrested more than 70 activists before 10 a.m.
  18. occupy wall street
    Despite Arrests, Occupiers Look Forward to NYSE Protest“Please don’t go to jail tonight, we need you in the streets.”
  19. occupy wall street
    OWS Begins One-Year Anniversary DemonstrationsThough much was familiar, the movement has seen some changes since last September.