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Melissa Mark-Viverito expressed discontent with the absence of the Dream Act and a minimum wage increase from the state budget.
Mayor Bill de Blasio said a controversial Indiana religious law was "doomed to failure."
Melissa Mark-Viverito called Indiana's Religious Freedom Restoration Act "disastrous and appalling" as well as "an absolute disgrace."
Mayor Bill de Blasio needs to get his city budget details to the City Council earlier, Finance Chair Julissa Ferreras said today.
Benjamin Kallos, Laurie Cumbo and Robert Cornegy rolled out a new proposal to increase resources for mothers coming off maternity leave.
Elizabeth Warren said, once again, that she is not running for president in 2016.
Mayor Bill de Blasio today said the tentative state budget deal will bring additional millions in school aid to New York City and allow him first crack at fixing failing schools—but lamented the absence of an extension of mayoral control.
Hakeem Jeffries said that nonwhite parents need to urge their children to pursue educational and occupational opportunities in tech fields.
Mayor Bill de Blasio is not happy a minimum wage hike was dropped from the state budget.
Councilman Ydanis Rodriguez donated his Occupy Wall Street settlement cash to the Center for Constitutional Rights.
John Catsimatidis touted Charles Schumer's potential rise to Senate Majority Leader in an invitation to an April 7 fund-raiser.
Mayor Bill de Blasio named a new chief of staff, labor organizer Thomas Snyder.
Margaret Chin said she was "troubled" by Laurie Cumbo's comments about Asians in NYCHA, but offered to help her organize outreach forums.
Bill de Blasio said illegal unlicensed work in the basement of one of the collapsed buildings may have been behind yesterday's explosion.
Councilman James Vacca won't be term-limited out for more than two years, but at least one candidate is already vying to take his place.
Thomas DiNapoli said protracted budget negotiations could throw state financial affairs into disarray.
Two people are unaccounted for after yesterday's East Village building explosion, according to city officials.
An East Village building that exploded this afternoon failed an inspection of a new gas line by Con Edison just an hour before the explosion, Con Edison President Craig Ivey said today.
Shola Olatoye told the City Council the de Blasio administration would not up the number of units set aside for the indigent from 750.
Here's what we know so far about the explosion, fire and building collapse from earlier today: