'It Doesn't Make Sense:' De Blasio Calls For Electoral College Reform Following Trump ElectionMayor Bill de Blasio is expressing his concerns over the nation's voting system, vowing Tuesday to do what he can to help change the electoral college process.
De Blasio Hopes Feds Will Help Cover Trump Security CostsMayor Bill de Blasio wouldn't discuss the price tag, but indicated he will be sending the bill to Washington.
De Blasio, O'Neill And Others Call On Cuomo To Sign Tinted Window LegislationThe legislation would require the testing of window tint density at a car's annual safety and emissions inspections.
De Blasio Rolls Out Child Savings Accounts Program To Help Public School Students Save For CollegeA new public-private partnership will roll out a savings account program to 10,000 children in New York City public schools.
De Blasio Vows To Defend Civil Rights In Monday SpeechMayor de Blasio once again pledged to stand with New Yorkers who may be most vulnerable to President-elect Trump's proposed policies.
'It Is An Unprecedented Challenge:' Mayor, Officials Outline Plan To Handle Traffic, Security Around Trump TowerMayor Bill de Blasio and city officials outlined a plan to handle traffic and security around Trump Tower.
Police Comm. O'Neill Meets With Secret Service To Discuss Traffic Problems Around Trump TowerThe barricades, the heavily armed police, Secret Service and slow-moving traffic is now the new reality outside the Fifth Avenue building and on adjacent streets.
De Blasio Meets With Trump To Discuss 'Concerns' Of New Yorkers, Says Many Are 'Fearful'Speaking to reporters following the hour-long meeting at Trump Tower, the mayor described it as "candid" and "respectful."
Trump Deportation Talk Raises City ID Card ConcernsThe president-elect's continued talk of deportations has raised concerns with the city's municipal ID program.
New York State Sen. Brad Hoylman Finds Swastika In His Apartment BuildingDemocratic State Senator Brad Hoylman said he found a swastika in his Greenwhich Village apartment building.
Mayor De Blasio Marks 15-Year Anniversary Of Deadly Flight 587 CrashThe jetliner took off from John F. Kennedy International Airport on Nov. 12, 2001, but soon after it hit turbulence and crashed into homes on Beach 131st and Newport Avenue.
Trump's Victory Raises Concerns Among NY's Islamic And Immigrant CommunitiesSeveral hundred people rallied Friday evening as part of a "Love Trumps Hate" demonstration that started in Washington Square Park before heading north on Sixth Avenue.

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