New Yorkers say the 12-year mayoral administration of Michael Bloomberg was mainly a success.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg is leaving the nation's biggest mayoral job with a glowing view of the future of cities, but he's also issuing a stern warning that the city faces a dangerous threat: public worker pension, health care costs, and the politics around them.
Just a few weeks after a gunman killed 20 children in Newtown, Conn. last December, Gov. Andrew Cuomo pushed a gun control package through the state legislature that bolstered the state’s assault weapons ban.
Mayor Bloomberg and New York City Police Commissioner Ray Kelly joined veteran law enforcement officials today in urging City Council members to vote down two bills that are expected to be voted on this week.
The first bill would establish an Inspector General position within the NYPD. That official would be responsible for overseeing and investigating police practices.
Mayor Bloomberg says if enacted, the legislation would interfere with police officers' ability to protect New Yorkers.
A new report from Mayor Michael Bloomberg's office gives recommendations on how the city can better prepare for natural disasters.
In a pugnacious defense of what he called a police force bombarded by politics, Mayor Michael Bloomberg lashed out Tuesday at critics of the New York Police Department's stop-and-frisk practice and surveillance programs.
New York City's will have to add to the blue signs like the one above.Mayor Bloomberg announced today that things like cd cases, plastic cups, hangers and even washed-out yogurt cups can go in the bins.They're what the sanitation department calls rigid plastics.
A new poll shows New Yorkers believe New Jersey Governor Chris Christie handled Sandy best, followed by President Obama.