‘You’re unprincipled’: New York mayor’s race turns vicious at first in-person debate

A collage of New York City mayor candidates.

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NEW YORK — It was their first chance to go at it in person, and the leading contenders in the New York City mayor’s race launched into full attack mode Wednesday night, questioning each other’s policies, ethics and competence.

The eight major Democratic candidates, facing off during the second of three televised debates, sparred over crime on the streets and in subways, the city budget and education. But it was a cutting exchange between Andrew Yang and Eric Adams that

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