Despite Cancelling Trip To New Hampshire, Mayor De Blasio Keeps Presidential Aspirations AliveHe may currently be the mayor of New York City, but Bill de Blasio has dreams of living at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
Committee Votes To Open Investigation Into Bronx Councilman In Wake Of Inflammatory Remarks About Gay CommunityRuben Diaz Senior (D-18th) could be censured, stripped of his committee assignments, or even expelled from the council after saying the legislative body is "controlled by the homosexual community" last week.
Mayor De Blasio Seeks 'Carve Out' In Congestion Pricing Plan For Poor PeopleMayors from across the state are calling on Gov. Andrew Cuomo to restore millions of dollars in funding to municipal governments.
DHS Was Put On Notice About Deplorable Living Conditions In SOTA Program More Than A Year AgoCBS2 has discovered that for 10 months, officials knew they were sentencing vulnerable homeless families to live in hellholes, and did nothing.
Gov. Cuomo Gives Chilling Ultimatum: Pass Congestion Pricing Or Get A 30 Percent MTA Fare IncreaseGov. Andrew Cuomo has laid down the gauntlet, offering lawmakers stark and grim choices to save the Metropolitan Transportation Authority.
NYC, Feds Reach Agreement To Overhaul Struggling NYCHAIt appears the New York City Housing Authority has a road map to a better future.
CBS2 Demands Answers From New Jersey Leaders On Their Plan To Address Ancient Hudson River TunnelNew Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy governor and his state's Congressional delegation took a high-profile tour of the deteriorating Hudson River rail tunnel.
Prominent Board Member, Gov. Cuomo Throw Monkey Wrench Into MTA's Potential Fare HikeThere is turmoil at the Metropolitan Transportation Authority.
De Blasio Pledges Crackdown On Growing Homeless Epidemic On City's Subway TrainsVideo shows a subway car turned into a personal closet by a homeless person, complete with bags, boxes, and clothes littered on the train's floor. Another shows a homeless person turning a bench into a bed.
Heat Fails In 2 Boroughs, But NYCHA Quickly Makes RepairsMore than 6,000 public housing residents in Brooklyn and the Bronx were without heat for at least part of the day Monday, but NYCHA had quick response teams to make the repairs.
Cuomo, De Blasio, Con Ed All Looking To Avoid Repeat Of Past Snowstorm BlundersMayor de Blasio cancelled an out of town trip and the governor has vowed to work all weekend.
Hosts On 'The View' Grill De Blasio On Progressive InitiativesThe mayor's quest to command the national spotlight as a top figurehead for progressives, along with a potential run for president down the road, hit an unexpected and surprising speed bump on Wednesday.