Latest de Blasio-Cuomo Clash Centers on How the Governor's Proposed Budget Could Cost the City
Mayor Bill de Blasio is warning that Governor Andrew Cuomo's proposed budget could translate into changes that average New Yorkers may find frightening. The governor disagrees.
What Is It About Bill de Blasio?
The New York mayor may not have been the most effective presidential candidate. But does he deserve to be the butt of all jokes?
Four Questions for Presidential Candidate Bill de Blasio
I sit down with the Mayor of New York City, Bill de Blasio and ask him four questions...
Mayor Bill de Blasio to decide this month on presidential run
The announcement of an impending announcement came after several weeks of the second-term mayor saying he would decide "sooner rather than later" whether he's running for president.
Mayor Bill De Blasio To Run For President
NYC police warn SC law enforcement about Mayor Bill de Blasio before SC campaign stop
The day before New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is scheduled for a campaign stop in Orangeburg, South Carolina, NYC police officers warned their SC colleagues not to support the 2020 presidential hopeful.
Why Bill de Blasio is New York’s worst mayor in modern history
Dear Bill de Blasio, Everyone knows you’re a terrible mayor — maybe the worst in the past 100 years. But can’t you at least pretend that you love us? Like, by showing your face when we’re scared or…
Bill de Blasio, NYC mayor, booed by cops on his way to gym
Dozens of New York City police officers hurled demands and booed at Mayor Bill de Blasio on his way into a Brooklyn gym Monday morning.
How Bill de Blasio Went From Progressive Hope to Punching Bag
The New York mayor turned quixotic presidential candidate seems sick of his city — and the feeling is mutual.
Right Turn: Why Bill de Blasio?
With New York Mayor Bill de Blasio entering the Democratic primary, there are now 23 Democrats running for president. As Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., once said of consumerism – “You don’t necessarily need a choice of 23 underarm spray deodorants or of 18 different pairs of sneakers”
Bill de Blasio Goes His Own Way
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio solicits the opinions of many confidants before making decisions. Then he often disregards their counsel, forging ahead in ways that his inner circle sometimes describes as politically imprudent.
Question of How Mayor Will Pay His Legal Bills Gets Significantly More Complicated
While Mayor Bill de Blasio no longer has to worry about a series of investigations into his fundraising, he now faces the difficult issue of how to pay his hefty legal bills, a question that got significantly more complicated Wednesday.
Prosecutor, frustrated how York City cops handled ex-Mayor Kim Bracey's son, reduces charges
Brandon Anderson said it was lack of sleep, not opioids, that led to the attack on his mother, who was mayor of York.
NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio Won’t Say If Eric Garner’s Killer Should Be Fired
Ahead of Wednesday’s protest, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio refused to commit to firing Pantaleo. The mayor was questioned by Ebro Darden of the radio station Hot 97 Ebro Darden: “Are you going to fire Officer Pantaleo?” Mayor Bill de Blasio: “Ebro, I’m going to be real with you. There is a law that determines, first, everyone gets due process. You would want it. I would want it. Everyone gets it. Second, by state law, that is the police commissioner’s decision.…
New York Post hits Bill de Blasio with hilarious 'obituary' over failed presidential campaign
'In lieu of flowers, de Blasio asks for donations to his slush fund'
Mayor Bill de Blasio and Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito Announce Over 100,000 IDNYC Applicant
Administration submits first quarterly report to Council, highlighting significant achievements in first three months of NYC’s first municipal card program NEW YORK—Mayor de Blasio and Speaker Mark-Viverito today announced that over 100,000 New Yorkers across the five boroughs have submitted applications for the IDNYC program, less than three months after launching the most ambitious municipal identification program in the country. Other cities across the country that…
Mayor, Council Speaker Back Plan to Close Rikers in 10 Years
Mayor Bill de Blasio has announced plans to close the city's Rikers Island jail complex within the next decade, following recommendations from an independent panel.
Why Bill de Blasio’s Campaign Failed (Hint: Nobody Liked Him)
There is officially only one mayor left in the 2020 presidential race — and it is the one who runs a city of 100,000 rather than the chief executive of the bigg…
Mayor Bill de Blasio Unveils 'Ambitious' 10-Year Affordable Housing Plan
Mayor Bill de Blasio on Monday launched what he called the largest and most ambitious affordable housing program in the country. Speaking in Fort Greene, the mayor vowed to build or preserve 200,00...
Mayor Bill de Blasio wanted Juno Therapeutics to move to NYC — here’s why it’s staying in Seattle
What does it take for a region to become truly revolutionary? Dr. Richard Klausner, co-founder and director of biotechnology company Juno Therapeutics, says it is all about time, place, and…