De Blasio: State Did Not Consult City About Self-Driving Car Tests In 'Unacceptable' MoveMayor Bill de Blasio said Thursday that he is fighting head on against Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s decision to begin testing self-driving cars in New York City.
New York City Mayor De Blasio Says He Won't Be Rooting For The YankeesYankee fever is spreading across the city but apparently Mayor Bill de Blasio is immune.
Mark-Viverito Furious Over Trump's Tweets Last Week About Puerto RicoCity Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito was furious this week after President Donald Trump singled out Puerto Rico in negative tweets.
For First Time, Yellow Cabs Take Back Seat To Ride Service VehiclesThere are four times more ride service vehicles in the city now compared to just two years ago.
Schumer: EPA Must Be Protected From CutsThe Trump administration wants to gut the Environmental Protection Agency by cutting its budget by 31 percent.
Manhattan DA Vance Stands By Decision To Not Go Forward With Case Against Harvey Weinstein In 2015Manhattan District Attorney Cy Vance said his office would have prosecuted media mogul Harvey Weinstein in 2015 if they had a case.
Guadagno, Murphy Square Off In 1st New Jersey Gubernatorial DebateThe candidates sparred over property taxes and other hot-button topics in Tuesday's debate ahead of the Nov. 7 election.
Nearly 5 Years After Hurricane Sandy, Experts Say Tri-State Is Vulnerable To Another StormMeanwhile, a group is pushing for hurricane preparedness projects, including a storm surge barrier from Sandy Hook to the Rockaways.
ACS Commissioner Reflects On Reforming The Troubled AgencyThe much-maligned Administration for Children's Services is trying to change its troubled reputation.
Cuomo Creates Panel To Study NYC Congestion PricingThe group will recommend solutions to traffic congestion and the funding challenges facing the city's subway and bus systems.
Families Of Fallen First Responders Honored At Annual Charity EventThe families of fallen first responders received their last thank you Thursday from a charity created to help them.
Staten Island Charity Sending School Supplies To Hurricane Harvey VictimsThe Where to Turn nonprofit has a mountain of backpacks filled with school supplies that will be shipped to hurricane victims in Houston.

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