Crowd Flocks To Times Square For 'Today, I Am A Muslim Too' RallyA crowd flooded Times Square Sunday to protest President Donald Trump’s immigration policies, claiming they target Muslims.
After 2 Failures In Court, De Blasio Tries Again To Give Homeowners Water Bill CreditMayor Bill de Blasio has vowed to fight the “landlord lobby” after an appeals court put the brakes on his plan to give homeowners some relief on their water bills.
De Blasio Announces $136 Million Plan For Sunset Park 'Made In New York' CampusThe de Blasio administration is spending $136 million to renovate an area of Sunset Park, Brooklyn into a 21st-century incubator for media and garment industry jobs.
De Blasio Under Fire For Not Discussing Homelessness, Other Issues In State Of The City AddressMayor Bill de Blasio was fielding criticism Tuesday after avoiding hot-button topics such as the homeless crisis in his annual State of the City speech the night before.
De Blasio Administration Releases 'Fact Sheet' Calling Corruption Probes 'Outside Reviews'City Hall issued a new response Friday to questions about the two grand juries that are investigating the actions of Mayor Bill de Blasio and his aides.
Albany Votes To Delay City Fee On Plastic Bags Citing Consumer BurdenAlbany is poised to overrule New York City's impending fee on plastic bags after lawmakers from both parties have voted to delay any fee until at least next year.
De Blasio Has No Plans To Step-In As Yellow Cabs Face Competition From Ride AppsMayor Bill de Blasio said the city will not intervene, as yellow cabs struggle to compete with ride-sharing apps like Uber and Lyft.
De Blasio Criticized For Skipping Groundhog Day, Other Lighthearted EventsMayor Bill de Blasio did not attend the Groundhog Day ceremony again on Thursday.
City Reaches Agreement With PBA; All Officers To Wear Body Cameras By End Of 2019Mayor Bill de Blasio on Tuesday announced that the city has reached an agreement with the Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association – which calls for all officers to begin wearing body cameras by the end of 2019.
De Blasio Slammed For Characterizing Drunken Driving As 'Minor Offense' Not Warranting DeportationMayor Bill de Blasio’s credentials as an advocate for safe streets have been called into question after he said drunken driving could be a minor offense.
De Blasio Raked Over Coals At Annual Budget Hearing In Albanyayor Bill de Blasio traveled to Albany Monday, where lawmakers turned his annual budget hearing into a fiery showdown.
City Budget Includes $11.6 Million For Lawyers In Corruption ProbeStunning disclosures were released Friday about the cost to taxpayers in a citywide corruption scandal.

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