Mayor Bill de Blasio

Critics Call 'Broken Windows' Policing Method Into QuestionCritics are calling into question a controversial piece of the “broken windows” method of policing.
De Blasio Defends Plans For Police Anti-Bias Training Following Criticism From SBA PresidentThe mayor touched on the "Implicit Bias" training program in his State Of The City address. He said officers would be trained to "help overcome the biases that reside in all of us."
De Blasio To Call For Streetcar Line Along Brooklyn, Queens WaterfrontsA proposal by Mayor Bill de Blasio could change the way people get around Brooklyn and Queens if successful.
Parents Ask Mayor De Blasio To Fire NYPD Officer In Ramarley Graham's DeathRamarley Graham was 18 when he was shot once in the bathroom of his Bronx home by an officer who had barged inside during a drug investigation.
Man Stabbed To Death At East Harlem Homeless Shelter; Worries Mount About SecurityPolice said a 62-year-old man was stabbed in the neck inside the Boulevard Homeless Shelter at 2027 Lexington Ave. just before midnight.
Seniors To De Blasio: Affordable Housing May Not Come Soon EnoughMayor Bill de Blasio held a town hall meeting on affordable housing Wednesday night, but some residents expressed concern that the units will not come soon enough.
A Winter's Worth Of Snow In One Day: Total Nears Record For NYCSnow totals early Sunday morning were a hair away from hitting a new record -- with the measurement as of midnight falling short by a fraction of an inch.
City To Conduct Annual Homeless Headcount On MondayNew York City may still be digging out from this weekend’s snowstorm when Monday comes around, but that will not stop a headcount of homeless people living on the street.
Critics: De Blasio Horse Carriage Deal Is Political Favor, Will Cost Many JobsMayor Bill de Blasio talks about creating jobs and paying people at least $15 per hour, but some have questioned whether he is walking the walk.
NYC Carriage Horse Plan Still Needs City Council ApprovalA deal to reduce the number of horse-drawn carriages and permanently move stables to Central Park will now go to the City Council for approval.
De Blasio, Cuomo Set Aside Differences, Blast Ted Cruz For 'New York Values' CommentsThe comments come as new polls show Cruz is neck and neck with Donald Trump in the Republican race for the White House.
Cuomo, De Blasio Take Ted Cruz To Task For 'New York Values' Comments In Joint Op-EdMayor Bill de Blasio and Gov. Andrew Cuomo joined together late Friday to pen an op-ed taking Ted Cruz to task for his remarks on “New York values” – after Cruz denounced both of them in remarks earlier in the day.

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