During his stop in Nevada, Giuliani accused Obama of being anti-business and creating “thousands of pages of regulations” aimed at turning the country into a socialist government.
Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney tried to make political points on Tuesday, meeting members of a lower Manhattan fire house that lost 11 men on 9/11.
While NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly said he wouldn’t comment about the allegations against his son, he did speak Friday about a video that has caused an uproar in the Muslim community.
Jay Walder, the last guy in charge of the MTA, called the New York City transit system terrible after he got a new job in Hong Kong. Today, WCBS 880 anchors Steve Scott and Wayne Cabot spoke with the new guy in charge – Joseph Lhota – to get his take.
As we at WCBS Newsradio 880 count down the top 11 Tri-State Area news stories of 2011, we move on to number 6 and the anniversary of an event that changed our world.
Joseph Lhota served as deputy mayor for operations under Mayor Rudy Giuliani. He oversaw day-to-day management of the city, and supervised city agencies.
According to a spokesman for Entergy, the ads for the Indian Point plant will begin running next week on cable television and in newspapers.
The former mayor has visited New Hampshire four times this year, but has been noncommittal about his intentions.
Most folks consider them a nuisance. They come ambling up to your car and start wiping down your windshield, whether you want them to or not.
Rudy Giuliani says there isn’t a day that goes by that he doesn’t think about the events of Sept. 11, 2001. His office is filled with pictures of 9/11 families — friends that he met through tragedy.
Less than a week after the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001, David Letterman came back on the air. His guests that night included Dan Rather and Regis Philbin but it was the host’s monologue that grabbed the audience.
As we approach the tenth anniversary of the horrific attacks of 9/11, those who were in charge on that day are looking back.
In the days following the terrorist attacks of 9/11, then New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani became known as “America’s Mayor.”
In the days after 9/11, Rowland says it became clear to him that making himself available to the families of victims was key to his role as governor.
There was no serious damage to structures within the five boroughs from Tuesday’s 5.8 magnitude earthquake, but what if a stronger quake hit?