New York City is already home to a lot of millionaires, but the Big Apple could soon play host to even more.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie was interrupted several times Tuesday, as he defended his veto of a series of tax hikes to fund the state employee pension system.
Millionaires can often be seen living in mansions and driving pricey cars, but the habits that help the wealthy land expensive jewelry and fat bank accounts may surprise you.
A major issue for mayoral candidate Bill de Blasio is making sure wealthy New Yorkers pay more taxes to fund education, but anything that happens would have to go through Albany.