First Lady McCray Defends Her Leadership Of Mayor's Fund To Advance NYCNew York City's First Lady Chirlane McCray answered off-topic questions from the media Wednesday.
Reports: City-Run Nonprofit Falters Under First Lady Chirlane McCray’s LeadershipContributions to a city-run nonprofit have apparently fallen off and stagnated under the leadership of New York City's First Lady Chirlane McCray, according to published reports.
First Lady McCray Drops Ball, Decides Not To Answer Questions At Own Press ConferenceFor someone who wants to run for public office one day, it wasn't her finest hour, CBS2's Marcia Kramer reported.
New York State Taking Another Look Into Legalizing MarijuanaWith Massachusetts legalizing marijuana and New Jersey considering it, Gov. Andrew Cuomo may have a change of heart in order to avoid losing revenue to neighboring states.
Chirlane McCray In Puerto Rico With Delegation Of Mental Health ExpertsMcCray visited a community mental health facility in San Juan, and is attending a psychological first aid training for school staff in Hato Rey.
Chirlane McCray: Running For Office 'Is One Of Many Possibilities'McCray said she'd have to do something else in three years when her husband, Mayor Bill de Blasio, leaves office.
NYC First Lady Chirlane McCray Hosts Annual Children’s Holiday CelebrationGracie Mansion felt more like Santa’s workshop for hundreds of families Saturday afternoon.
Chirlane McCray Says She'd Consider Running For Office"I think all women should consider running for office," McCray told Cosmopolitan Magazine. "We need women to run. I encourage women to run. So I can't rule it out myself."
De Blasio Slams Bo Dietl Over Remark That Judge Looked Like Chirlane McCrayMayor Bill de Blasio on Thursday called a remark about his wife by opponent Bo Dietl un-American.
Crowds Rally Against Catcalling & Street Harassment In Tompkins Square ParkNew York City's First Lady Chirlane McCray addressed the crowd, saying no one should be harassed in public spaces.
De Blasio Announces $38-Million Initiative To Reduce Overdose DeathsMayor Bill de Blasio was joined by the first lady, as well as police and health officials to announce a new plan in the fight against opioids.
NYC Leaders Weigh In On Black Lives Matter DebateA sharp debate on police-race relations is consuming both present and former New York City leaders.