CBS2 Exclusive: New School Year, New Complaints About Contaminated Food Given To NYC StudentsJust days into the new school year, there are already problems with the food served to New York City’s 1.1 million students.
Critics Slam Cuomo, De Blasio For Rallying With Striking Spectrum Cable WorkersGov. Andrew Cuomo and Mayor Bill de Blasio were facing criticism Monday for taking part in a rally supporting striking cable workers.
Hudson River Island Project Dead In The Water As Settlement Seemed ImminentBillionaire businessman Barry Diller has pulled the plug on a bold plan to build an entertainment island on an undulating pier in the Hudson.
Malliotakis Slams De Blasio Over Refusal To Protect Columbus StatueThe Columbus statue controversy remains a sticking point in the New York City mayoral race.
‘A Vote For Malliotakis Is A Vote For Columbus,’ Mayoral Hopeful Would Keep Embattled StatueNew York City's controversy over Christopher Columbus statues hit a raw nerve on the day before the Democratic mayoral primary.
GOP Candidate Malliotakis Slams De Blasio Over Debate Answers On Anti-Corruption Measures, Columbus StatueThere was pointed pushback and an attack on Mayor Bill de Blasio’s integrity Thursday following his refusal to support anti-corruption measures at the final Democratic mayoral primary debate the night before.
De Blasio, Albanese Face Off In Final Democratic Mayoral Primary DebateNew York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and former City Council Member Sal Albanese faced off in the second and final debate before next week's Democratic mayoral primary Wednesday evening.
De Blasio Touts Drop In Crime, Implies He Deserves Parade In His HonorThe mayor touched off a firestorm of sorts, with a controversial interview in New York Magazine where he complained about the credit – or lack of it – he gets for his record.
How Does New York City Prepare For A Disaster Like Harvey?CBS2's Political Reporter Marcia Kramer takes a look at the city's emergency preparedness plan.
Some Blame De Blasio For Failures Of Build It Back Sandy Relief ProgramNearly five years after Superstorm Sandy ravaged parts of New York City, the Build it Back program is over budget and plagued with delays.
De Blasio Administration Is Covering Up Police Misconduct, Councilman ChargesA Queens City Councilman charged Wednesday that the de Blasio administration is trying to cover up police misconduct – opening a potentially explosive new front as the mayor seeks reelection.
Homelessness, Transit Problems Top New Yorkers’ List Of Concerns For Next MayorNew Yorkers have offered a 'to-do' list for the next mayor of New York City; they're things whoever wins in November should address ASAP.

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