During his weekly radio show, Bloomberg shared secrets of his success, discussed President Obama & tobacco legislation, and said he’s not surprised by the stop and frisk veto override.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo and other elected officials from around the state are in the Adirondack town of Indian Lake to compete in whitewater races on the Indian River.
Crime is at a historic low in New York City, according to Mayor Mike Bloomberg.
One Greenwich Village bakery is leaving a bad taste in the mayor’s mouth.
Some restaurants are ordering smaller glasses. Dunkin’ Donuts shops are telling customers they’ll have to sweeten and flavor their own coffee.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg estimates Superstorm Sandy caused a whopping $19 billion in losses in New York City so he asked federal lawmakers to put up nearly $10 billion to reimburse both government agencies and private businesses.
The Best And Worst Of Humanity On Display In The Rockaways, Volunteers Reach Out While Looters Terrorize Storm Victims
Looters posing as Long Island Power Authority (LIPA) workers have been knocking on doors late at night, but locals said that help has yet to arrive.
Two state-of-the-art science and medical facilities will be built on Manhattan’s Upper East Side.
New York City officials have concluded their annual budget dance with an agreement that preserves child care, classrooms and other threatened programs, but uncertainty surrounding parts of the plan could lead to more than $600 million in cuts midway through the year.
Mayor Bloomberg has been a vocal supporter of same-sex marriage, he recently promoted his view on the issue during a commencement speech at UNC Chapel Hill.
A Quinnipiac University poll released Wednesday shows a majority of New York City voters believe Bloomberg lost his focus during his third term.
The judge said the EEOC supported its claim of a pervasive bias with no statistical evidence of discrimination and about 10 statements from four or five managers or executives in a company of 10,000 employees, 603 of whom took maternity leave during a six-year span covered by the lawsuit.
When it comes to parking tickets, make them fair, and make them less aggravating. That’s what the City Council is asking the Bloomberg administration to do with the thousands of tickets issued each day.
Speaker Christine Quinn says she will do everything in her power to prevent teacher layoffs planned by the Bloomberg administration.
The mayor asked city agencies to suggest cuts of between 2 and 4 percent. He still hasn’t detailed which cuts will make it into the budget.