Public Advocate Bill de Blasio
With Election Day two weeks away, city voters say safety is more important than certain privacy rights.
Bill de Blasio and Joe Lhota have taken their differences in the New York City mayoral race to the corridors of power in Washington, where the healthcare debate has led to a partial government shutdown.
There was vows Wednesday from the Democratic and Republican candidates for mayor that there will be zero tolerance on their watch for the so-called motorcycle “wilding” that has stunned the city.
To avoid an Oct. 1 runoff, a candidate needs more than 40 percent in Tuesday’s primary.
De Blasio is leading the Democratic pack with 36 percent of likely voters, near the 40 percent that would be needed to avoid a runoff.
New polls were released Friday in the hotly contested races for New York City mayor and comptroller. With the primary just over a month away, voters are starting to really focus on the candidates and narrow down their choices.
Bill de Blasio began his career in public service as a junior staffer for Mayor David N. Dinkins, and then moved to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
There is month to go before the New York City primary and the battle is on for votes. Two of the latest ads from candidates are tailored to the minority community.
One look at the abandoned house in Riverdale and you know exactly why the neighbors are so upset.
Anthony Weiner admitted sending a woman sexually explicit photos and messages as recently as last summer, more than a year after he resigned from the House because of similar behavior.
Michael Bloomberg, the mayor known in some circles as “El Bloombito” is now being called “Ticket Me Elmo” by a bevy of small business owners crushed by the profusion of tickets being handed out by Department of Consumer Affairs inspectors, who told CBS 2 that they have to meet quotes – or else.
There was a stunning denunciation Thursday of Anthony Weiner’s mayoral bid by none other than the scandal-fighting governor of New York, Andrew Cuomo.
Three miles of Broadway in Upper Manhattan have a new honorary name honoring a man believed to be the first immigrant in New York City history – from the present-day Dominican Republic.
“My life was out of control and I craved something that could give me control and that was bulimia,” Quinn said.
The next first couple of New York City could very well be disgraced former congressman Anthony Weiner and his wife, Huma Abedin, a second daughter to Hillary Clinton.