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Rudy Giuliani Says Republican Presidential Candidates Can't Give Up on the Coasts

Former Mayor Rudolph Giuliani has a bit of advice for Republican presidential candidates like Ted Cruz: stop writing off the country’s coasts.

“I remember some campaign years ago where they talked about sawing off the East Coast of America,” Mr. 390 more words

New York City

Former Mayor Rudolph Giuliani Joins Greenberg Traurig

Former Mayor Rudolph Giuliani will be joining law firm Greenberg Traurig LLP, working on cybersecurity and crisis management in a role that will see the former mayor pushing back on what he called over-regulation of the white collar world. 806 more words

New York City

Bill de Blasio Struggles to Sell NYCHA Residents on His Plan to Save Public Housing

Tenants at a New York City Housing Authority development in Brooklyn met Mayor Bill de Blasio with disbelief as he and his team sought to convince them of the merits of his  571 more words

Michael Bloomberg

Leader of City Homelessness Review Points to Years of Increasing Population

Steven Banks, who will lead the city’s Department of Homeless Services through a period of review after the departure of its commissioner, shied away from criticizing the agency’s leadership today, instead pointing to decades of rising homelessness in the city under prior administrations. 521 more words

Michael Bloomberg

Bill de Blasio Is 'Comfortable' With Bill Bratton Being Blunt

Mayor Bill de Blasio said today that he was “comfortable” with Police Commissioner Bill Bratton’s remarks that homelessness had “exploded” under the administration, and that the mayor made a “mistake” in not recognizing it sooner. 608 more words

Bill De Blasio

Paris — like New York before it — stands resilient and defiant in the wake of terrorism

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PARIS – The past week in Paris provided no shortage of searing images. There was the video shot behind the Bataclan theatre Nov. 13, showing people dragging victims through the street, a woman dangling from a window of the concert hall and bodies lying outside an exit, as gunshots and screams filled the air. 1,428 more words

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Anti-de Blasio Anger Clashes With Establishment Politics In Eastern Queens

The race to fill a vacant Queens City Council seat on the Long Island border is pitting a Democrat aligned with the popular prior councilman against a Republican promoting himself as an antidote to the deeply unpopular mayor. 1,213 more words

Bill De Blasio