Bill de Blasio
Hundreds of thousands of people lined Fifth Avenue on Sunday to express their Puerto Rican pride.
Preparations are underway on Roosevelt Island as Hillary Clinton makes what is being seen as her first major presidential campaign speech this weekend.
Police Commissioner Bill Bratton was facing a backlash Wednesday over his assertion that the NYPD has a hard time recruiting African-American men as officers because many have arrest records.
Mayor Bill de Blasio will not attend former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton’s campaign kickoff — even though it’s happening in his city.
If the proposal is passed, it would be a first in the country requiring chain restaurants to label menu items that include 2,300 milligrams of sodium or more in an effort to help diners make healthier choices.
A small group of demonstrators protested at New York City Hall against the possibility of hiring 1,000 new police officers.
People lined the streets for the Queens Pride Parade. The celebration included brightly colored costumes, music and dancing.
The two Democrats verbally sparred over the weekend about the state’s legislative session — especially the mayor’s affordable housing plan.
An investigation is underway into Sunday’s crane accident at a Midtown building that sent a massive air conditioning unit falling hundreds of feet to the ground, injuring 10 people.
The crane dropped a large piece of equipment — believed to be an industrial-size generator or air conditioning unit, police said.
It criticizes the mayor’s aides for keeping protesters about 50 yards from de Blasio — a so-called “free speech zone” — during a Friday event in the Rockaways.
The mayor’s visit comes at a critical time for lawmakers. The laws governing New York City’s rent rules, the tax break and the policy giving the mayor control of local schools are set to expire.
Memorial Day ceremonies and parades are being held across the Tri-State area and the nation Monday to honor America’s fallen heroes.
Mayor Bill de Blasio donned a hard hat and helped lay asphalt on a stretch of Tysens Lane in New Dorp.
Bill de Blasio Talks Income Inequality, $15 Minimum Wage, And Progressive Politics On ‘CBS This Morning’
De Blasio’s appearance on the show comes a week after the mayor was in Washington D.C. to push a progressive agenda.