The fire at the Williamsburg warehouse ignited Saturday. It was still smoldering in spots Thursday morning when de Blasio visited.
Bratton was asked about the possibility during a public hearing with some state senators Wednesday.
The police commissioner made his comments during a public hearing with members of the state Senate.
After a tumultuous first year in office, Mayor Bill de Blasio delivered his second State of the City address, focusing on his administration’s affordable housing plan.
Councilman David Greenfield is proposing that the meters not be enforced whenever alternate-side parking rules are suspended for snow.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio will be hosting a Super Bowl party at Gracie Mansion.
The head of the teachers’ union is speaking out over Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s plan to alter the number of charter schools.
Groundhog Day is Monday and Mayor Bill de Blasio is hoping the ceremony will go a little smoother this year.
The head of the United Federation of Teachers spoke out Thursday against Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s plan to add more charter schools.
The video, “Hands Up” by Uncle Murda and Maino, was posted online in December and shows the two rappers pointing guns at the head of a man in a police uniform.
The 119 members of the powerful and, for the most part, deep-pocketed host committee will be leading the way when DNC Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz visits Friday.
Calls for more transparency have sounded in Congress, statehouses and editorial pages, mixed with notes of caution about forswearing secrecy that can safeguard witnesses and the accused.
Mayor Bill de Blasio said there will be a review of the city’s storm procedures to see if anything can be done better the next time around.
NYC Considers Bill Requiring Doctors At All Youth Football Games, Practices To Protect Athletes From Concussions
What City Councilman Stephen Levin of Brooklyn is proposing is requiring a doctor at every youth football game, and a doctor or athletic trainer at any practice involving tackling.
New York must raise the minimum wage, cut small-business taxes, ease the burden of high property taxes and invest big in transportation, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said in a sprawling address that laid out a long list of priorities for 2015.