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Eric Adams

  1. politics
    Eric Adams’s Troubles Extend to the PollsA new Marist poll found that 72 percent of New Yorkers polled believe Adams did something illegal or unethical in his dealings with Turkey.
  2. the city politic
    Would Andrew Cuomo Really Run for Mayor?He’s definitely been musing about replacing Eric Adams, but there’s another job he wants more.
  3. the city politic
    Eric Adams Is Battling for His Political LifeBut if history is any guide, don’t count him out yet.
  4. what we know
    Eric Adams Has a Lot of Ties to TurkeyHe reportedly helped clear red tape for the Turkish consulate’s new high-rise in 2021. It’s just one of mayor’s various links to the country.
  5. what we know
    What We Know About the Criminal Investigation Into Eric Adams’s CampaignFederal investigators are digging into the campaign’s possible links to Turkish money, but so far no one has been accused of wrongdoing.
  6. the city politic
    How a New York City Councilwoman Lost Her Job for Doing the Right ThingThe surprise election defeat of the Bronx’s Marjorie Velázquez is a bad sign for affordable housing.
  7. politics
    Eric Adams Got Stopped by the FBIFederal agents stopped him and seized at least two cell phones and an iPad as part of the growing inquiry into Turkish money and his campaign.
  8. the city politic
    Of Course This Is Happening to Eric AdamsDogged by investigations for his entire political life, the mayor encounters the biggest one yet.
  9. politics
    FBI Investigating Adams Campaign Donations Tied to TurkeyAuthorities searched the home of a fundraiser for the mayor as part of a larger inquiry into whether the Adams campaign received illegal donations.
  10. the city politic
    The Left Can’t Find Anyone to Challenge Eric AdamsProgressives talk candidly about their 2025 anxiety, especially around race.
  11. politics
    Top Adams Adviser Under Investigation for Allegedly Shoving GuardThe Department of Investigation launched an inquiry into Timothy Pearson following an altercation with a migrant shelter guard earlier this month.
  12. the city politic
    An Egregious NYPD Cover-up Poses a Moral Test for Eric AdamsThe mayor and his police commissioner must take action against the two cops who killed Kawaski Trawick.
  13. the city politic
    Some Advice to Eric Adams on Handling EmergenciesBe there when necessary. Use the media smartly. And always tell the truth.
  14. politics
    Eric Adams Was Missing During a Natural Disaster — AgainThis is becoming a pattern.
  15. politics
    Joe Biden and Eric Adams Don’t Seem to Be on Speaking TermsThe president met with Governor Hochul during his trip to New York this week — but not his mayoral antagonist.
  16. the city politic
    The Unwise GuyA top official in the Adams administration gambled with the mob and, allegedly, took bribes.
  17. schools
    Did New York City Forget How to Teach Children to Read?This fall, Eric Adams is pivoting to phonics.
  18. the city politic
    What Eric Adams Is Getting Wrong About the Migrant CrisisYes, it’s a huge challenge. No, it’s not going to “destroy” New York City.
  19. politics
    Adams Weirdly Says Migrant Crisis Will ‘Destroy New York City’During a town hall meeting on the Upper West Side Wednesday night, the mayor said he doesn’t “see an ending” to the problem.
  20. politics
    The Week the Migrant Backlash Turned Into RageFrom Gracie Mansion to Staten Island, protests are growing and getting ugly.
  21. politics
    Hochul to Feds: The Migrant Crisis Is Your ProblemThe governor has sent President Biden a letter asking for additional funds and requesting expedited work authorizations for asylum seekers.
  22. politics
    Poll: New Yorkers Aren’t Thrilled With Anyone or AnythingA Siena College poll found that a majority of voters see the migrant crisis as a serious problem and give leaders low marks for their handling of it.
  23. right to shelter
    ‘We Can’t Sleep Because of the Worry’Overnight at the Roosevelt Hotel, where hundreds of migrants are still waiting for somewhere to go.
  24. the city politic
    With One Easy Trick, Eric Adams Can Fix NYC’s Housing LotteryIt’s time to let go of a city policy that promotes segregated neighborhoods.
  25. local
    Asylum Seekers Are Sleeping on Buses Outside the Roosevelt HotelAn intake center at the Roosevelt Hotel reached capacity, forcing asylum seekers to take shelter in buses over the weekend.
  26. politics
    Who Is Edward Caban, the New NYPD Commissioner?He has been a member of the department since 1991 and will be the first Latino commissioner in NYPD history.
  27. politics
    6 Indicted in Scheme to Help Elect Eric AdamsOne of the defendants is reportedly friendly with Adams, but the mayor himself is not implicated.
  28. politics
    Weathered Photo Eric Adams Keeps in Wallet Reportedly Created by AidesThe mayor said he’s kept a photo of a fallen officer in his wallet for decades. But sources told the Times it’s a new image doctored to look old.
  29. the city politic
    London Breed and Eric Adams Built Their Own Doom LoopBoth mayors may end up paying a price for telling voters that crime was worse in their cities than it actually was.
  30. the city politic
    A Make-or-Break Moment for Public Housing in New York CityA promising $1.5 billion plan to demolish and rebuild two projects in the heart of Chelsea is an important test for local leaders.
  31. the city politic
    Eric Adams, MicromanagerIt’s clearer than ever that he’s running New York on his own.
  32. politics
    Adams Gives No Explanation for Sewell ResignationThe mayor downplayed reports that his administration micromanaged Sewell and suggested the local media didn’t “show her love” when she was here.
  33. just asking questions
    Bill de Blasio on Post-Mayoral Life and His Biggest Regrets (Groundhog Included)The candid ex-pol stands firmly by his record but wishes he hadn’t been so stubborn while in office.
  34. politics
    Keechant Sewell to Step Down As NYPD CommissionerTensions reportedly grew between her and Eric Adams over alleged micromanagement from City Hall.
  35. crime
    Eric Adams’s New NYPD Units Are Engaged in Illegal Stop and FriskThe notorious anti-crime squads were rebranded, but a federal monitor finds they routinely violated Black and brown people’s rights.
  36. reefer madness
    The Weed Bodegas Have No FearIt’s illegal to sell without a license — not that this has stopped 1,500 stores and counting.
  37. the city
    The Scramble to House Our Busloads of MigrantsNew York’s shelter system was already at a breaking point. Officials are scrambling to find beds for asylum seekers.
  38. politics
    City’s Top Housing Official Plans to Resign This SummerAs the city grapples with a homelessness crisis, Jessica Katz will depart the Adams administration.
  39. politics
    Adams Wants to Suspend Right-to-Shelter Law Due to Asylum SeekersIn a letter to a judge, the city’s lawyers said shelters are facing “unprecedented demand” due to the influx of migrants.
  40. the city politic
    Does Eric Adams Still Think It’s Easy to Be Mayor?New York’s migrant crisis seems to be testing him to his limits.
  41. politics
    Adams and Hochul Plead With the Feds to Let Migrants WorkGovernor Hochul and Mayor Adams are calling on the federal government to ease policies to allow asylum seekers to look for work.
  42. royals
    Harry and Meghan’s ‘Near Catastrophic’ Car Chase: Everything We KnowThe photo agency Backgrid said the couple demanded that the paparazzi turn over all photos and videos taken during the chase, but they refused.
  43. early and often
    How to Make Mass Immigration WorkTo make an influx of people economically beneficial and politically viable, the U.S. must build more housing.
  44. eric adams
    Eric Adams Is Already Backtracking on His Plans for MigrantsThe mayor’s plan to use schools as housing quickly sparked protests from parents.
  45. just asking questions
    ‘Adams Has Not Communicated Value for the Lives of Our Brothers and Sisters’The exiting head of the New York Working Families Party has some parting shots for Democrats and hopes for progressives statewide.
  46. crime
    The Outrage Over Jordan Neely’s Killing Isn’t Going AwayThe ex-Marine who choked him to death has finally been identified, but it’s still not clear if he will face charges.
  47. the city politic
    Should Rich New Yorkers Pay Bigger Fines? It’s a Good QuestionThe idea from a City Council member has gotten a lot of hate. But, facing a budget crunch, it’s the right way to think.
  48. the security state
    LeFrak City Tenants on Life With NYPD’s New Spy Robot“She would get stuck if she was surrounded by a bunch of little kids.”
  49. screen time
    Meet NYC’s New Robot CopsOne is a creepy canine. One is a wandering egg. Both are unsettling.
  50. the city politic
    Eric Adams Is Finally Facing Reality on Work-From-Home RulesHe clearly doesn’t like the flexible-work revolution — but in a tight labor market, he could only hold out for so long.
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