New York Remembers Political Powerhouse David GarthNew Yorkers on Tuesday were remembering political consultant and powerhouse David Garth, who died this week at the age of 84.
Former Police Commissioner Ray Kelly Has Book Deal, Working On MemoirFormer New York City Police Commissioner Raymond W. Kelly, who presided over a dramatic drop in crime rates during a long and sometimes controversial tenure as head of the country's largest force, has a book deal.
Bloomberg To Resume Leadership Of Firm He FoundedFormer Mayor Michael Bloomberg is set to resume the leadership of his business empire -- although he said in a news release that was planning no such thing.
De Blasio Looks To Undo Bloomberg, Pushes Bill To Raise School Bus Driver PayThe bill would establish city grants to raise pay as well as rehire experienced drivers and other school bus employees who lost their jobs or had their incomes drastically cut at the end of the Bloomberg administration.
Bloomberg: More Business Between U.S. And Africa Will Benefit AllAll eyes around the world have been on Africa lately due to the Ebola virus outbreak, but in Washington, the talk has all been surrounding the importance of doing business with Africa.
United Airlines 1st US Carrier To Resume Flights To Israel After FAA Lifts BanUnited Airlines will be the first U.S. carrier to resume flights to Israel after a two-day hiatus caused by combat in the Gaza Strip.
Ex-Mayor Bloomberg Flies To Israel On El Al Despite Ban By U.S. CarriersFormer Mayor Michael Bloomberg flew off to Tel Aviv on the Israeli airline El Al Tuesday, as he claimed flying to Israel remains safe even though U.S. and European carriers have halted flights there.
Bloomberg To Harvard Students: Campus Liberals Have Become Ideological CensorsIn his commencement speech at Harvard University Thursday, former Mayor Michael Bloomberg accused the political left of engaging in the same kind of censorship on college campuses as political right back in the 1950s.
NYPD's Miller: No Drones In Use Now, But Possibilities Under DiscussionBig Brother may soon be watching with a bird’s eye view – but there are no specific plans yet.
After Years Of Criticism, De Blasio Halts 911 Upgrade ProjectMayor Bill de Blasio has halted an upgrade project for the 911 system, and has ordered a multi-agency review of delays, errors, and cost overruns.
Number Of Stop-And-Frisks Down Dramatically Year-To-Year, Data ShowsComparing the first quarter of this year to last, the number of stop-and-frisks is down 86 percent.
TIME Releases List Of '100 Most Influential People'The list is divided into five categories -- titans, leaders, artists, pioneers and icons -- and is not ranked. Each profile in Time’s list is accompanied by a testimonial from a noteworthy figure.
City Council Moves To Eliminate 'Gotcha System' Of Restaurant InspectionsFines will go down overall, but the city will maintain the letter grading system implemented by former mayor Michael Bloomberg in 2010.
Schumer: NYC 'Taking Its Sweet Time' Distributing Federal Sandy AidSchumer said he fought last year for the federal aid in Congress but it's not getting to those in need fast enough.
Marist College Poll: Voters Not Thrilled With Mayor Bill De Blasio's StartOnly thirty-nine percent of registered New York City voters believe Mayor Bill de Blasio has done a "good'' or "excellent'' job during his first two months in City Hall, according to a new Marist College poll.