Gay Councilman Slams De Blasio Administration For Not Doing Enough To Address LGBT Mental Health IssuesThe first openly gay official ever elected in the Bronx is blasting the de Blasio administration for not doing enough to fight mental illness in the LGBT community.
Cuomo, Lawmakers Agree To 1-Year Extension Of Mayoral Control Over NYC SchoolsMayor Bill de Blasio wanted a seven-year continuation of the policy, first enacted in 2002.
Albany Lawmakers Seek Compromises To End 2016 SessionLawmakers had planned to adjourn Thursday but couldn't agree on the renewal of a policy giving Mayor Bill de Blasio control of New York City schools.
De Blasio Releases New Renderings Of Proposed Citywide Ferry SystemThe new system will provide service at 21 landings across six different routes and will integrate existing service from the East River Ferry system.
After Orlando, Trump Criticizes De Blasio For Ending Controversial Muslim Surveillance ProgramDonald Trump believes "terrible intelligence-gathering'' is hampering efforts to protect the United States.
Mourners Gather At Historic Stonewall Inn After Orlando Nightclub MassacreNew Yorkers are gathering in Manhattan at a historic bar to grieve the deaths of at least 50 people in a Florida gay nightclub.
NYC Correction Officers' Union Leader Arrested On Fraud ChargesNorman Seabrook was arrested without incident at his home in the Bronx, police said. Murray Huberfeld was also arrested.
Stretch Of West 33rd Street Near Madison Square Garden Renamed 'Muhammad Ali Way'Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Tuesday that West 33rd Street adjacent to the arena will be temporarily named for Ali. The Democratic mayor said Ali "never backed down from a fight in or outside the ring."
Brooklyn Pool That Reserves Women-Only Hours Sparks ControversyA New York City municipal pool that maintains female-only hours so that Hasidic Jewish women can swim with no men present has raised alarms among critics who say the accommodation to a particular religious group violates the constitutional separation of church and state.
NYPD Disputes Report That Staten Island Teen's Death Was Hate CrimeThe NYPD is disputing a report that a black teenager was chased by a mostly white group that shouted racial slurs before he collapsed and died.
PBA Releases Another Ad Targeting Mayor De BlasioThe ad is part of a seven-figure campaign by the PBA that launched earlier this month and is running on both broadcast and cable channels.
De Blasio Announces New Measures After East Harlem Fire That Disrupted Metro-North ServiceThe new measures include a review and regular safety sweeps of city-owned or managed properties under elevated transportation areas.

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