For the first time in over four decades, a different person will be representing upper Manhattan and the Bronx in the House of Representatives.
Join Congressman Charlie Rangel, Our Children’s Foundation, Food Bank For New York City, and other community leaders for a public briefing to highlight FREE tax services in Harlem, including Free File!
Join Carly Fiorina on her race for the White House, Mack McLarty on 2016 and Hillary Clinton, Congressman Charlie Rangel on the GOP and the Spending Authorization,..
With 100 percent of the returns in, Rep. Charles Rangel is ahead of State Sen. Adriano Espaillat 47.4 percent to 43.6 percent in a primary election to secure the Democratic nomination for the 13th congressional district.
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Some Democrats, Harlem’s Charlie Rangel included want to see the elimination of the Electoral College following Hillary Clinton’s loss to President-elect Donald Trump.
By Rep Charles Rangel My 46th and final year in Congress got off to a busy start as we began to tackle some very important issues in the New Year.
By Seitu Oronde Harlem’s Rep. Rangel wins primary as Henry Singleton 1199 SEIU organizer holds declaring his support.
He may not have President Barack Obama’s endorsement, but Rep. Charlie Rangel (D-NY) does have a brand new biographical campaign rap song and working his brand of politics and entertainment.
New York City Rep. Charlie Rangel is holding a “flash mob dance party” Saturday amid his heated Democratic primary battle against state Sen. Adriano Espaillat.
Democratic New York Congressman Charlie Rangel made a rather racially-charged remark about the main rival in his re-election bid during a debate Friday.
The NYTImes article reports that the grizzled incumbent trumpeted his experience, pounding on the table for emphasis while insisting, to laughter, that he wouldn’t cling to his seat “till I drop dead.”
New York City’s longest-serving congressman won’t pay his rent. State taxpayers were stiffed out of at least $87,000 when Rep. Charles Rangel stopped paying for the district office he rents in Harlem’s Adam Clayton Powell Jr. State Office Building, records obtained by The Post show.
Congressman Charlie Rangel, who is facing a tough re-election battle in a rematch against State Senator Adriano Espaillat, has notched another endorsement, this time from the teamsters union.
Entry Rules for Participation and Deadlines Each spring, a nation-wide high school arts competition is sponsored by the Members of the U.S. House of Representatives.