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Police Commissioner Bill Bratton today clarified comments he made about recruiting black officers to the NYPD.
The Council today passed a measure subjecting car washes to a host of labor and environmental regulations.
The City Council passed a disability pension fix derided by fire and police unions, setting up another battle with Albany.
"Summer All Out" has begun.
Bill de Blasio will be MIA for Hillary Clinton's Saturday kickoff at Roosevelt Island.
The city will not renew its contract with Corizon, the for-profit healthcare provider at Rikers Island that has been under intense scrutiny.
Orange is the New Black author Piper Kerman said employers shouldn't be asking about a job applicant's criminal history.
City Council members said the mayor's city budget would mean waiting lists for seniors services and libraries shuttered on weekends.
Scott Stringer said Bill de Blasio's commissioners have been slow to utilize ClaimStat despite enormous potential savings.
Some of the city's top nonprofits are calling for making mayoral control permanent.
City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito will introduce a resolution calling on Albany to pass strengthened rent regulations.
Bill Bratton said that he and the NYPD would endure the "slings and arrows" and demonstrate what he argued is the truth about police.
Public housing heads revealed Bill de Blasio was looking at reviving parts of Michael Bloomberg's plan to sell NYCHA property to developers.
Mayor Bill de Blasio said today the Kalief Browder case is an "eye-opener" when it comes to a need for bail reform.
Rev. Floyd Flake has endorsed Barry Grodenchik for City Council.
Elected officials responded today to the death by suicide of Kalief Browder, a man who was jailed three years at Rikers Island as a teen while awaiting a trial that never happened.
Lady Gaga and Gov. Andrew Cuomo co-wrote an op-ed for Billboard endorsing an anti-sexual assault bill before the New York State legislature.
George Pataki is at the top of the pack in New York, according to a new Qunnipiac University poll.
Bill de Blasio and Al Sharpton joined other political leaders at a Harlem rally for more tenant-friendly rent laws.
Charles Rangel told the Observer Andrew Cuomo "hasn't done anything" to pressure the State Senate into passing stricter rent regulations.