De Blasio Set To Join Rally Against Trump On Inauguration EveMayor Bill de Blasio, the Rev. Al Sharpton and an assortment of celebrities are set to rally against President-elect Donald Trump on the eve of his election Thursday.
Remembering The Legacy Of NYPD Detective Steven McDonaldA hero NYPD detective, known for forgiving a gunman who left him paralyzed, has died days after suffering a heart attack. He was 59.
De Blasio Says He Does Not See Hillary Clinton Running For MayorMayor Bill de Blasio on Monday put the kibosh on any rumor that Hillary Clinton might be running for mayor.
Buzz Mounts About Possible Hillary Clinton Run For New York City MayorThere was talk in the political world Friday night that Hillary Clinton could shake off her presidential campaign loss with a run for mayor of New York City.
City Reaches Settlement With Homeless Men Who Accused Police Of Foul PlayEarly one fall morning in 2015, the men were shaken awake by police in East Harlem and told to move. As they began to gather their belongings, surveillance video shows sanitation workers in white full-body suits scooping them up and dragging them into a garbage truck.
De Blasio Says LIRR Crash Was Not Of 'Magnitude' To Require His PresenceMany public officials rushed to the scene when a Long Island Rail Road train crashed into the Atlantic Terminal in Brooklyn and left more than 100 people injured Wednesday morning. But Mayor Bill de Blasio was not there.
De Blasio Laments Homelessness Crisis, Worries About Trump Policies For 2017Mayor Bill de Blasio on Thursday outlined some triumphs and disappointments in 2016, and some worries about what may happen in 2017.
De Blasio: Music Video Touting 2016 Accomplishments Is Not Campaign AdMayor De Blasio is now starring in a new video highlighting his accomplishments in 2016.
De Blasio Fined Nearly $48,000 Over 2013 Campaign Finance ViolationsMayor Bill de Blasio has been hit with tens of thousands of dollars in fines for violating a laundry list of campaign finance violations.
Expert Blames De Blasio For Spike In Acceptance To Homeless SheltersDespite hundreds of millions of dollars being directed toward handling New York City’s homelessness problem, it appears to be getting worse.
City Again Vows To Solve Homelessness Crisis Amid Record Shelter Populations, Young Girls' DeathsWith the tragic death of two young sisters in a Bronx cluster shelter this week, and a record number of people living in city homeless shelters, Mayor Bill de Blasio is promising to unveil a new vision for solving the homelessness crisis.
De Blasio To WCBS 880: ‘We Deserve Fairness,’ Mayor Vows To Fight For Water Bill CreditMayor Bill de Blasio has vowed to continue fighting for a water bill credit for hundreds of thousands of families.

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