De Blasio Defends Immigrants After Supreme Court Tie Blocks Obama PlanMayor Bill de Blasio on Thursday told New Yorkers that the city will stand by the immigrant population -- even as the U.S. Supreme Court ruled against immigration reforms.
Bratton Slams DOI Report Attacking Broken Windows Policing StrategyPolice Commissioner Bill Bratton was fired up and firing back Thursday evening, after a new city Department of Investigation report attacking his signature policing strategy.
Sources: De Blasio Fundraising Probe Moves On To Questioning Of DonorsSources said Friday that investigators are in their next stage of inquiry in the New York City corruption scandal.
CBS News Poll: Clinton Holds 6-Point Lead Nationally Over TrumpA new CBS News poll shows Hillary Clinton holding a six-point lead nationally over Donald Trump in the presidential race.
Fallout After City Council Cuts Funding For Prominent Jewish MuseumThere is more fallout from the New York City corruption scandal.
EXCLUSIVE: Corruption Scandal Drives City Council To Suddenly Cut Off Funds To Simon Wiesenthal CenterThe spigot of city funds flowing to a prominent Jewish museum has been abruptly shut off by the City Council as connections to people involved in the city corruption scandal are being blamed.
De Blasio Signs Bills Easing Penalties For Low-Level Offenses; Some Cry FoulMayor Bill de Blasio on Monday signed legislation to ease penalties for minor offenses such as littering and public urination.
New York City Spending $6.5 Million For Pre-K Facility That Holds 20 KidsNew York City is defending the big cost of renovating a Brooklyn storefront school for 20 pre-kindergarten kids.
De Blasio, City Council Agree On 2017 City BudgetMayor Bill de Blasio and the City Council have reached an agreement on an $82.1 billion budget for fiscal year 2017.
Former Bloomberg Campaign Manager Posts 'Help Wanted' Site To Defeat De Blasio In 2017In a novel way to find a candidate to run against Mayor Bill de Blasio, a digital “help wanted” ad has been placed by former Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s former campaign manager.
State Senate Leader Wants Limit On De Blasio's Control Of NYC SchoolsMayoral control over New York City schools expires at the end of the month, and talk about an extension remains a hot-button political issue.
New York City Launches Nation's First Government-Led Citywide Transgender Bathroom Ad CampaignNew York City launched Monday the nation’s first government-led citywide ad campaign affirming every transgender person’s right to use the bathroom consistent with their gender identity.

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