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Katie Glueck

The New York Times

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Past articles by Katie:

Fetterman Discloses Extent of Heart Issues: ‘I Avoided Going to the Doctor.’

The Democratic candidate for Senate in Pennsylvania did not give a timeline for when he would return to the campaign trail. → Read More

‘Nothing in Common’: Staten Island, Park Slope and an Unlikely Marriage

New congressional maps that merge conservative Staten Island with liberal Park Slope will aid Democratic efforts to seize a Republican House seat in New York. → Read More

Cuomo Has $16 Million in Campaign Cash and No Campaign. What Now?

The former governor still has a big war chest even as he faces large legal bills. → Read More

Eric Adams Vows to ‘Welcome Business,’ Calling New York ‘Dysfunctional’

Eric Adams, the Democratic mayoral nominee, said that New York will “no longer be anti-business,” drawing a contrast with the current mayor, Bill de Blasio. → Read More

Want to Know Who Might Run for Governor? Check the N.Y. State Fair.

Amid cows and crowds, the State Fair became a destination for potential challengers to Gov. Kathy Hochul, including Letitia James, the state attorney general. → Read More

Want to Know Who Might Run for Governor? Check the N.Y. State Fair.

Amid cows and crowds, the State Fair became a destination for potential challengers to Gov. Kathy Hochul, including Letitia James, the state attorney general. → Read More

Interview With Kathy Hochul: Sensing a ‘Weight of Responsibility’

Ms. Hochul sat down with The New York Times for her first one-on-one interview after becoming New York’s first female governor. → Read More

Interview With Kathy Hochul: ‘I Feel a Heavy Weight of Responsibility’

Ms. Hochul sat down with The New York Times for her first one-on-one interview after becoming New York’s first female governor. → Read More

Democrats Call for Cuomo's Resignation, but Who Will Replace Him?

Potential successors are in the wings. But the longer it takes for Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo’s fate to be resolved, the greater the headache for Democrats. → Read More

The Abandonment of Andrew Cuomo: Unions, Party Leaders and Deep Allies

The governor has suffered consequential defections from core constituencies, including labor, white suburban lawmakers and Black political leaders. → Read More

After Damning Sexual Harassment Report, Will Cuomo Resign?

The governor once again defied calls to resign, including from President Biden. But his future remains in doubt. → Read More

After Adams Criticizes the Left, New York Democrats Try to Clear the Air

Representative Nydia Velázquez reminded Eric Adams to treat everyone with respect, and Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez echoed her comments. → Read More

Eric Adams Gives Apartment Tour as Questions Arise About Where He Lives

As Mr. Adams invited reporters to Brooklyn to rebut questions about whether he lives part-time in New Jersey, one of his rivals in the mayor’s race, Maya Wiley, received a major endorsement. → Read More

Scott Stringer Is Accused of Sexual Misconduct by 2nd Woman

The woman, Teresa Logan, accused Mr. Stringer of sexual harassment and making unwanted advances while she was working for him at a bar and restaurant he co-owned in 1992. → Read More

We Interviewed the Candidates for N.Y.C. Mayor. Here’s What We Learned.

We asked leading candidates about police policy and climate change, but also their favorite bagel orders and workouts. Here’s what they said. → Read More

Maya Wiley Lands Major Endorsement From Rep. Hakeem Jeffries

Mr. Jeffries, New York’s top House Democrat, said he intended to engage in significant efforts on Ms. Wiley’s behalf, including making campaign appearances with her. → Read More

Candidates Clash Over Future of New York in First Mayoral Debate

The eight Democrats competing to win the June 22 primary presented divergent views on how to lead the city in a sometimes acerbic debate. → Read More

Shootings and Subway Attacks Put Crime at Center of N.Y.C. Mayor’s Race

Rising concerns over crime have led candidates to issue strong appeals for public safety, less than a year after the city was under pressure to defund the police. → Read More

Stringer, Facing Sexual Harassment Accusation, Loses Key Endorsements

The Working Families Party, a major left-leaning institution, and several lawmakers withdrew their backing of Scott Stringer for mayor of New York City. → Read More

Who Wants to Be Mayor of New York City?

The race for the next mayor of New York City may be one of the most consequential elections in a generation. Here are some of the leading candidates vying to run the nation’s largest city. → Read More