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After a more permissive approach to protests in the fall, de Blasio’s NYPD has returned to Occupy-era tactics of violent repression.
Long-time residents are fighting to keep their homes in what could be the single largest tax foreclosure in American history.
Whether Emanuel wins or loses his fight for mayor, the savvy coalition leading the charge against him may already have changed Chicago politics for the better.
In New York and other cities, activists are pushing back against the persistence of inequality in death, as in life.
Chicago's struggle to recover from the Great Fire is engaging the study of its best and most conservative minds.
After three decades of neoliberal economic policies and the staggering inequality they have produced, we are witnessing a rebirth of socialist ideals.
From Atlanta to Los Angeles, cities are becoming greener, healthier, and more humane.
Noam Scheiber says the mayor should focus more on economic populism—but neglects to mention his big wins for New Yorkers.
Bill de Blasio was elected to unite a divided city, but some rifts are hard to mend.
The former activist and New York public advocate discusses his first year as mayor.
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