NYC mayoral candidate Andrew Yang speaks at a press conference at Tweed Courthouse in Manhattan on May 11, 2021 in New York City. | Michael M. Santiago/Getty Images
NEW YORK — Andrew Yang’s grip on the New York City mayor’s race continued to loosen this week, as rival Eric Adams maintained a competitive presence in the polls and Yang’s command of local issues was repeatedly called into question.
The former presidential candidate flubbed a question about homeless shelters during a candidate forum Thursday morning, one day after he exhibited a
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