Critics Slam De Blasio After He Refuses To Take Questions About Midtown StabbingMayor Bill de Blasio was under fire late Friday, a day after he refused to answer questions about topics important to New Yorkers.
Mayor's Office: NYC Jail Population Down 18 Percent Since De Blasio StartedMayor Bill de Blasio said Thursday that the New York City jail population has dropped 18 percent since he took office.
De Blasio Leaves News Conference, Declines To Take Questions About Midtown Stabbing And Other NewsMayor Bill de Blasio refused to answer questions about an arrest in a racially-motived Midtown homicide and other topics Thursday, instead stalking away from a news conference.
De Blasio Calls On State Legislatures To Raise Taxes On WealthyMayor Bill de Blasio on Wednesday urging state lawmakers to raise taxes on the state's wealthiest residents.
Ex-NYPD Detective Bo Dietl Launches Mayoral Campaign, Takes Aim At De BlasioA shoot-from-the-lip former NYPD detective became the latest person to enter the New York City mayoral race on Tuesday.
De Blasio: Spring Will Usher In Dozens Of Vision Zero Safety ProjectsMayor Bill de Blasio announced that city would begin work on 'dozens of Vision Zero street redesign and construction safety project' -- it's part of a $1.6-billion safety push.
De Blasio Announces Hiring For Soon-To-Launch Citywide Ferry ServiceOn Wednesday, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced hiring for some of the 200 new jobs that will be created by the Citywide Ferry Service.
De Blasio Takes Off For Multi-City Campaign Fundraising TourWith the ongoing federal probe into his fundraising, Mayor Bill de Blasio is on a three-city, star-studded-trip asking for campaign cash -- and something else.
Marist Poll Indicates De Blasio Is In Position To Win Second TermThe latest poll indicates that Mayor Bill de Blasio is well positioned to win reelection this year.
Controversial City Official Is Fired Hours After De Blasio Meets With ProsecutorsMayor Bill de Blasio has been grilled about the sudden firing of a city official involved in two of the matters being probed by federal prosecutors, as a new poll gives him low marks for handling political corruption.
NYPD Pledges To Step Up Security To Combat Rise In Hate CrimesWith Passover just a few weeks away, the city's top cops says they will be stepping up security outside synagogues and Jewish Community Centers.
De Blasio Insists He Never Broke Law Raising Funds For His CampaignMayor Bill de Blasio talked for the first time Monday since being questioned by federal prosecutors last week.

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