Mocking Ad Campaign Urges De Blasio To Pay Up More To Fix SubwaysTransit workers are taking aim at Mayor Bill de Blasio with a six-figure ad campaign that attempts to encourage him to contribute more to fix the subways.
Local Reaction Mounts In Response To Deadly Violence In VirginiaOn Sunday, Governor Andrew Cuomo launched a petition "demanding President Trump acknowledges this hate for what it is: domestic terrorism."
Trump Expected To Arrive In NYC Monday; Mayor Says Avoid Trump Tower AreaPresident Donald Trump’s arrival in New York City -- originally scheduled for Sunday evening -- is now expected on Monday, Mayor Bill de Blasio said Sunday afternoon.
Restaurant Owners Find De Blasio’s Electric Bike Crackdown Far From AppetizingThe mayor's new initiative -- taking aim at bikers who break the law -- may mean you have to wait a little longer for your takeout.
Manhattan Commercial Real Estate Tax Is Driving Businesses Under, Critics SayA demand for mayoral intervention was issued Tuesday – in the form of a simple tax reform to help stem the glut of empty storefronts in some of the city’s nicest neighborhoods.
De Blasio To Push For Tax On Wealthiest New Yorkers To Fund Subway FixThe proposal comes as the mayor and Gov. Andrew Cuomo, both Democrats, continued to squabble over responsibility for paying for repairs to the nation's largest transit system.
A Report Card On Mayor De Blasio's Efforts In Office As He Runs For ReelectionMayor Bill de Blasio is running for reelection, but with the latest poll showing New Yorkers split on whether he deserves a second term, it seemed like a good time to ask “how he’s doin’.”
Report: Memo Claims Subway Stations Were Swept Of Homeless People Before Mayor's RideThe office of Mayor Bill de Blasio says an alleged “homeless sweep” before his weekend subway ride is totally false, despite an email that appears to call for one.
VIDEO: Curtis Sliwa Arrested Outside Gracie MansionSliwa, who is head of the Reform Party, was arrested trying to serve legal papers to Mayor Bill de Blasio.
Bitter Battle Brewing Over Funding Fix For City's Subway SystemThe mayor and governor have been squabbling about two pots of money -- operating funds for the day-to-day costs, and capital funds for long term projects like new cars and a new signal system.
De Blasio Takes To Subway, Blames State For CrisisWith New Yorkers growing increasingly frustrated with the city’s subway service, Mayor Bill de Blasio took to the subway Sunday to talk about their concerns.
‘They’re Traveling And Doing This Purposely,’ Some City Panhandlers May Be In It For FunGroups of homeless young people have blown into New York City during the warmer months, and police efforts to make them move on have proven to be challenging.