De Blasio will be speaking at the National Press Club Tuesday morning, followed by an afternoon speech on “the Progressive Agenda to Combat Income Inequality.”
An outspoken conservative who took on crime with a vengeance, New York’s 107th Mayor is as synonymous with verbal gaffes as he is with 9/11. Loved by many and mocked by others, Rudy Giuliani has […]
Several current and former New York City leaders pushed Congress Friday to confirm U.S. Attorney Loretta Lynch as attorney general.
The city Board of Health decided Tuesday to maintain a long-standing prohibition on keeping the animals as pets. The vote was 3-2 to lift the ban but needed six votes to pass. There were three abstentions.
Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson says he’s disappointed in former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani for saying he doesn’t think President Barack Obama loves the United States.
Giulani said he does not believe Obama has the same understanding or view of western civilization and the exceptional nature of America he has seen in other American presidents.
Democrats are assailing former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani for questioning President Barack Obama’s love of country.
Police union leaders have called for de Blasio to apologize for not supporting the NYPD following the grand jury’s decision not to indict a white officer in the apparent chokehold death of Eric Garner, an unarmed black man.
Mario Cuomo’s son, Gov. Andrew Cuomo, directed Friday morning that flags on state government buildings be flown at half-staff in honor to remember his father.
Officers outside of the Christ Tabernacle Church in Glendale, Queens, could be seen Saturday turning their backs to the Jumbotron screen broadcasting the service as de Blasio spoke.
Giuliani spoke out in defense of de Blasio, but also criticized him for not being tough enough on protesters during recent demonstrations over the grand jury decision in the Eric Garner case.
The families of New York-area first responders killed in the line of duty were honored at a Thanksgiving breakfast.
Some big-name politicians joined protesters in a growing firestorm against an opera they say glorifies Palestinian terrorists.
Critics of the Met’s decision to feature the opera want it canceled, arguing that the performance is anti-Semitic and anti-Israel.
New York City is at the top of the terror target list, but for the first time in 20 years, the city’s mayor does not have security clearance to review classified documents.