Mayor Bill de Blasio
Andrew Cuomo covers a crushing political defeat followed by an ugly headline-grabbing tabloid divorce within a two-year span in his new warts-and-all biography, “All Things Possible.”
New York City health officials said the teen tested negative for Ebola.
Rev. Al Sharpton offered an impassioned defense of his former aide whose prominent role at City Hall has come under intense scrutiny, claiming that the criticism has been fueled by a movement to curb his own influence with Mayor de Blasio.
Civil rights advocates on Tuesday accused New York City authorities of continuing to support discriminatory surveillance of Muslim communities by police.
Republican gubernatorial hopeful Rob Astorino called Tuesday for the U.S. to issue a travel ban from Ebola-affected countries, but Democratic incumbent Andrew Cuomo said the idea isn’t practical.
Security video that captured the arrest of a teen drug suspect on a New York City sidewalk has prompted an investigation of alleged abuse by two police officers.
Get ready to slow down on city streets. For the first time in more than 50 years the City Council has voted to lower the speed limit.
Mayor Bill de Blasio, a mild asthmatic himself, says doctors are watchful for D68, especially keeping an eye on asthmatics with particularly severe symptoms.
Rachel Noerdlinger, the first lady’s chief of staff, failed to report on a city background check that she was living with her boyfriend, who has been convicted of drug trafficking and manslaughter.
Mayor Bill de Blasio stopped by the Bridge Street AME Church in Brooklyn Sunday to sing the praises of state Attorney General Eric Schneiderman.
The mayor’s Park Slope brownstone goes on the rental market on Thursday. Kramer got inside for a peek at the rooms, and has the story of living large de Blasio-style.
Mayor Bill de Blasio announced the Digital.NYC website Wednesday in Brooklyn.
Schools Chancellor Carmen Farina announced a new ranking system that will deemphasize test scores and do away with the letter grades imposed by the Bloomberg administration.
Mayor Bill de Blasio has signed an executive order expanding New York City’s living-wage law, increasing the hourly rate to $13.13 from $11.90.
Mayor Bill de Blasio is declining to discuss the groundhog that died a week after slipping from his grasp.