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Chief James Leonard was relieved of his duties pending an investigation into claims he bullied co-workers, including the agency's top female administrator. [Read More]
Mayor Bill de Blasio spends far less time at City Hall than he once did, leading some city officials to ask: Has the mayor lost... [Read More]
The Mayor's Management Report reveals New York City government in glorious minutiae, from the number of potholes filled to the number of condoms distributed. [Read More]
If Letitia James is elected attorney general in November, a special election will be held to fill her current job of public advocate. [Read More]
Having stumbled over past endorsements, Mayor Bill de Blasio will not back either Cynthia Nixon or Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo in the Democratic primary for... [Read More]
The annual J'Ouvert celebration has struggled with violence and the effects of increased security on its freewheeling nature. But the jab jab dancers remain its... [Read More]
City Hall plans to bar horse carriages from waiting for passengers on Central Park South. They will be moved inside Central Park. [Read More]
Nearly 75 percent of donors to last year's mayoral race in New York City gave $175 or less, a much higher share than in the... [Read More]
Should the No. 2 be the governor's partner, as Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul suggests? Or someone who will challenge him, as Jumaane Williams says he... [Read More]
A new unit has opened an investigation into the garbage industry and is threatening to subpoena Nycha's emails with City Hall. [Read More]
An agreement has been reached to allow speed cameras around New York City schools to resume operation, without the need for state legislation. [Read More]
Poor neighborhoods that receive a large share of the city's trash will get relief in a law that caps the amount of garbage sent to... [Read More]
Dr. Mary Bassett, New York's health commissioner, is leaving to take a position at Harvard University. [Read More]
The new office would develop anti-bias training for drivers and expand outreach to encourage people to report drivers who refuse to pick them up. [Read More]
Three years ago, the ride-hailing company easily fought off city regulation. But the landscape has shifted, and a cap proposed by the City Council stands... [Read More]
Some loyal supporters on the left say that Mayor Bill de Blasio has fallen short on fully delivering on several progressive issues. [Read More]
Joseph Ponte, the former correction boss, admitted that his resignation last year was tied to the inquiry of his use of a city car for... [Read More]
Mr. Liu, the former city comptroller, is challenging State Senator Tony Avella in Queens, who has become a target of Democratic progressives. [Read More]
The Border Patrol said that Mayor de Blasio crossed illegally while on a trip to Texas to protest President Trump's immigration crackdown. [Read More]
First officials closed one of the city's most popular beaches. Then they reopened part of it, when the tides were right. Confusion ensued. [Read More]