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"Like anyone who's watched this video, I have a lot of questions about how this was handled," de Blasio tweeted Monday afternoon. "NYPD & HRA... [Read More]
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A settlement between New York district attorneys and the state has killed a criminal justice reform measure that would create an independent body to investigate... [Read More]
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Councilman Ritchie Torres wants to create a permanent Office of Cyber Command to keep the city safe from hackers. [Read More]
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It's not just cops. The city's top administrative judge, who dropped f-bombs on a City Hall cop working security, displayed the same disturbing edge in... [Read More]
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The City Council and Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer on Friday say the de Blasio administration has "usurped" their oversight authority. [Read More]
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The mayor's spokesman Eric Phillips sent a cranky email to a Daily News reporter, who asked him for comment about the controversy involving Fidel Del... [Read More]
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The new campaign finance rules approved by voters at the polls last month don't take effect until 2021 — but City Councilman Ben Kallos has... [Read More]
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A cyclist getting hit by a car and a warning from City Hall apparently wasn't enough to stop an NYPD precinct from parking in a... [Read More]
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Marijuana is far from being legalized in New York — but city politicians are already arguing over how best to burn through the green legal... [Read More]
The City Planning Commission ruled that the project was a "minor modification" in bypassing community input. [Read More]
Up to 115,000 New Yorkers could be pushed into poverty if the federal government approves proposed changes to the public charge rule, according to the... [Read More]
Houses of worship and religious schools that have won homeland security grants to install bollards are finding it difficult to actually get them installed thanks... [Read More]
New Yorkers approve of Amazon bringing it's second headquarters to Long Island City by a margin of 57% to 26% — blowing de Blasio's dismal... [Read More]
The MTA could tap into a stash of tax money from legal cannabis in New York, NYU's transit experts said in a report Wednesday. [Read More]
The chaotic and confused firing of Emergency Management Commissioner Joe Esposito — which took three days and three meetings with two different City Hall officials — was... [Read More]
New emails show a crooked donor to Mayor de Blasio suggesting he attend a meeting on crime NYPD crime statistics — and then taking credit... [Read More]
Queens Borough President Melinda Katz is running for district attorney. She joined a growing field of Democrats in the race to succeed longtime Queens District... [Read More]
Members of the Brooklyn Democratic County Committee received phone calls, door-knocks and mailings this week urging them to turn over their votes by proxy to... [Read More]
Police Commissioner James O'Neill and Mayor de Blasio have reservations about a Kennedy family charity's plan to bail out hundreds of teenagers and women awaiting... [Read More]
Mayor de Blasio is set to take steps to improve the city's school bus system after a Daily News investigation revealed problems. [Read More]
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