Critics: Yeshivas Are Providing Substandard Education, City Is Taking No ActionAccusations are mounting that thousands of kids at New York City yeshivas are not learning the basics, and that Mayor Bill de Blasio is turning a blind eye to the problem.
Cuomo On Relationship With De Blasio: 'Sometimes You Agree, Sometimes You Disagree'There may be a truce in what New York political watchers consider a cold war between Gov. Andrew Cuomo and his fellow Democrat, Mayor Bill de Blasio.
Questions Swirl About Future Political Aspirations For Cuomo, De BlasioA day after voters went to the polls in New York City, questions were flying fast and furious about the future political aspiration about men named Andrew Cuomo and Bill de Blasio.
Malliotakis: Prosecutors Should Reopen De Blasio Fundraising ProbeRepublican mayoral candidate Nicole Malliotakis called on prosecutors to reopen a probe of Mayor Bill de Blasio’s administration Sunday – a mere two days ahead of the mayoral election.
Opponents Spar With De Blasio Over High Property TaxesThe issue of property taxes exploded in the New York City mayoral debate this week.
Sen. Bernie Sanders Joins De Blasio To Tout Millionaires' Tax For Subway RepairsU.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vermont) was in New York Monday to promote a plan to tax the rich with Mayor Bill de Blasio.
De Blasio Doubles Down Against Former Donor Jona Rechnitz's Pay-To-Play ClaimsFor the second time this weekend – and with nine days to go for the election – Mayor Bill de Blasio doubled down Sunday on his claims that a donor is lying about a pay-to-play scheme.
Mayor De Blasio Announces $145 Million Plan To Protect Rockaways From Future StormsProjects include rebuilt parks which will act as buffers, new sea walls, and the planting of flood resistant vegetation.
Mayor De Blasio Slams Former Donor Jona Rechnitz After Pay-To-Play ClaimsThe mayor says he's a felon who is willing to do or say anything to benefit himself.
De Blasio Admits Mistakes When It Comes To Homelessness CrisisFacing another day of criticism over the homelessness problem Tuesday, Mayor Bill de Blasio admitted he has made mistakes – but said he “wants to do more.”
Limits On Deliveries, Crackdown On Blocking Intersections Among Highlights Of De Blasio Traffic Congestion PlanBeginning next year, New York City will test a pilot program limiting curbside delivery in certain high-traffic commercial zones during peak hours – and will also crack down on drivers who block intersections.
De Blasio: State Did Not Consult City About Self-Driving Car Tests In 'Unacceptable' MoveMayor Bill de Blasio said Thursday that he is fighting head on against Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s decision to begin testing self-driving cars in New York City.