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New York Post › Opinions › 20 minutes ago
Success Academy parents Thursday rightly rejected Team de Blasio’s bogus offer of space for a new Queens middle school: A tour of the site showed that it falls short of the city Department of Education’s descriptions, short of what state law...
New York Post › 2 hours ago
Mayor Bill de Blasio received his third warning letter in three months from the Federal Election Commission over apparent fundraising violations for his failed 2020 bid. The letters stem from a $52,581 debt his cash-strapped presidential campaign owed...
New York Post › 5 hours ago
Success Academy has flatly rejected City Hall’s suggested site for a future Queens middle school, claiming the building is plainly inadequate. Network officials toured the defunct Catholic school for the first time Tuesday and said that it fell...
New York Post › 6 hours ago
More city public high school graduates are heading to college than ever with nearly two-thirds heading to college, Mayor de Bill Blasio announced Tuesday. A record 48,782 high school graduates in 2018 — 62 percent of the class — are heading to...
New York Post › 19 hours ago
The city has finally decided to move garbage trucks that had been stinking up the East Village for over a year following complaints from residents and lawmakers. The trucks had been parked on East 10th Street between First and Second avenues every...
New York Post › Politics › 23 hours ago
Mayor Bill de Blasio slammed disgraced felon and ex-state Sen. Hiram Monserrate Wednesday as a shameless “vampire” for mounting another bid for public office — and wished he’d just go away. “God help us all. It’s like — what is it? The...
New York Post › 1 day ago
The MTA’s most outspoken straphanger advocate and in-house critic will quit its board next month, City Hall confirmed Wednesday. Appointed by Mayor de Blasio in 2016, Veronica Vanterpool routinely made headlines as the rare — and sometimes only...
New York Post › 1 day ago
Mayor Bill de Blasio on Tuesday signed a dozen bills into law — his first bill signings since mid-March. De Blasio stopped pulling out his pen to sign bills after shifting his focus towards embarking on a quixotic campaign for president, which he...
New York Post › 2 days ago
De Blasio told NY1 that he believes his billionaire predecessor “really missed the boat” on assisting New Yorkers affected by the “Great Recession” of 2008 and addressing the “income inequality that was gripping the city."
New York Post › 2 days ago
A major donor to Mayor de Blasio’s since-shuttered nonprofit is suing to block a state probe of its $60,000 in contributions. Broadway Stages claims that the Joint Commission on Public Ethics exceeded its authority by slapping the TV and film...
New York Post › 3 days ago
Federal regulators slapped Mayor Bill de Blasio’s failed presidential campaign with new questions Monday about its fundraising tactics — two months after he dropped out of the race. The Federal Election Commission wrote his federal political action...
New York Post › 3 days ago
Mayor Bill de Blasio and City Council Speaker Corey Johnson formalized the deal they struck with early education teacher unions guaranteeing pay hikes over the next three years, officials announced Monday. The accord with District Councils 37 and 1701...
HuffPost › Politics › 3 days ago
The New York mayor criticized his predecessor's late apology for the policing strategy that targeted minorities.
The Hill › Finance › 3 days ago
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio (D) on Sunday knocked former Mayor Michael Bloomberg (D) on Sunday after he issued an apology for backing "stop-and-frisk" policing amid reports that he considering entering the 2020 pre...
Newsweek › Incident › 3 days ago
Tiffany Cabán criticised the New York City mayor for his support for "broken windows policing" and additional police officers on the subway network
UPI › Politics › 3 days ago
Former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg apologized for the New York Police Department's use of the stop-and-frisk policing tactic he championed during his tenure that disproportionally affected minorities.
New York Post › Opinions › 4 days ago
Ex-Mayor Mike Bloomberg’s abrupt and unconvincing flip-flop on stop-and-frisk doesn’t change the facts: This tactic is an essential of good policing, and the NYPD’s use of it under Bloomberg was not remotely racist. Bloomberg plainly figures he...
New York Post › 4 days ago
The Police Benevolent Association slammed former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg over his stunning Sunday apology for his administration’s use of stop-and-frisk — by calling the practice city cops carried out for years a “misguided policy...
New York Post › 4 days ago
Michael Bloomberg, preparing to jump in the race for president, apologized Sunday for the NYPD’s aggressive stop and frisk of young minority men while he was mayor. Bloomberg dropped the mea culpa during a speech in the Christian Cultural Center in...
New York Post › 5 days ago
Illegal-gun seizures are at their lowest rate in four years, according to NYPD data exclusively provided to The Post — numbers that carry alarming consequences, according to experts. Through Nov. 8 this year, the department removed 3,953 guns...
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