Tight Security At High-Profile New York Sites After Deadly Blast At UK Ariana Grande ConcertMayor Bill de Blasio said the NYPD was closely monitoring the situation Monday night, after 22 people were killed in a reported explosion at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England.
No Deaths On Once-Dangerous Queens Boulevard In 2 Years, Mayor SaysThe city is apparently having some success in making improvements on what used to be called the boulevard of death.
De Blasio Defends Giving Out Parking Placards To School Staffers, Says Abuses Won't Be ToleratedFacing criticism, Mayor Bill de Blasio on Wednesday vigorously defended his election year gift – parking placards to all city teachers and school staffers.
GOP Candidate Massey: De Blasio Is 'Corrupt,' Out Of Touch With PoliceBusinessman Paul Massey believes he is better suited to run the city than Mayor Bill de Blasio.
Sources: Jails Commissioner Ponte To Announce He'll Leave Post FridayEmbattled Department of Correction Commissioner Joseph Ponte is set to announce he will leave his post Friday amid a scandal involving city vehicle use.
House Passes Revised GOP Health Care Bill, But Will It Pass The Senate?House OKs GOP bill erasing much of Obama's health care law, answering campaign pledge and sending measure to Senate.
De Blasio: Correction Commissioner Didn't Know He Was Doing Anything Wrong When He Misused CarMayor Bill de Blasio on Thursday offered a stunning defense of his correction commissioner and the official’s use of a city car to take more than 18,000 miles of out-of-state trips.
Critics: City Gave Preferential Treatment To Correction Commissioner Who Misused VehicleEthical zingers were flying at Mayor Bill de Blasio from all directions Wednesday – including from the Conflicts of Interest Board and his own Department of Investigation commissioner.
De Blasio Faces Criticism After Honoring Dwight 'Doc' Gooden As Part Of TV PilotNew questions were mounting Monday night about a city-staged event honoring former Mets player Dwight “Doc” Gooden.
Mayor De Blasio On Hand For Christening As Citywide Ferry Service Set To Debut MondayStarting Monday morning, folks can catch a ferry from the Rockaways to the city every sixty minutes on weekdays.
De Blasio Slams Bo Dietl Over Remark That Judge Looked Like Chirlane McCrayMayor Bill de Blasio on Thursday called a remark about his wife by opponent Bo Dietl un-American.
Tenant Advocates Disappointed By Preliminary Vote On Rent HikeThe Rent Guidelines Board held a preliminary vote on Tuesday, and recommending increases for 1-million rent controlled units in the city.

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