With 51,000 more students set to return to in-person learning in New York City, the total number of students in classrooms of the country's largest school district is still low.
"We continue to see these horrible, disgusting attacks on Asian American New Yorkers and it's got to end," the New York City mayor said.
Stephanie Denaro believes the conspiracy theory that COVID-19 is a hoax to convince people to use absentee ballots to steal the election from former President Donald Trump.
"He should resign right now because he's holding up our effort to fight COVID," said the New York City mayor of his state's governor.
House Speaker Pelosi said the embattled New York governor "should look inside his heart ... to see if he can govern effectively."
"If someone purposely tried to use their power to force a woman to have sex with them, of course that's someone who should no longer be in public service," New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said.
"I think as people see more and more evidence, it's going to be clear this is not the way any leader should treat anybody," New York City's mayor said.
Hundreds of New Yorkers came together for a rally in support of Asian community members amid a spike in hate crimes.
Eric Trump has praised New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio for keeping two Trump Organization-operated ice rinks open, as the mayor remains committed to cutting the city's ties with Donald Trump's businesses.
The mayor says in interview that "a lot of people" in New York state have received angry phone calls from the governor.
The federal government has been criticized for the vaccine rollout, which is progressing at a slower pace than originally planned.
Ladbrokes gives the technology entrepreneur 2-1 odds to win the mayoral contest, with Scott Stringer following behind at 3-1, Eric Adams at 4-1, Ray McGuire at 6-1 and Maya Wiley at 10-1.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Trump's "incitement of insurrection" before the Capitol riot "clearly constitutes criminal activity."
Yang was poised to do well in the race even before he formally registered to run for the office. A poll released Monday saw him receive 17 percent support when compared to current city officials.
"Now we're seeing the kind of level of infection that we haven't seen since May," the mayor said.
Officials will monitor hospitalization numbers in all New York state regions over the next five days and implement restrictions in areas where rates do not stabilize.
"We weren't consulted, and this is making us very uneasy about the health and safety of our students," said New York City teacher Jia Lee.
Homeless families demand that Mayor Bill de Blasio install Wi-Fi networks in homeless shelters housing school-age children before classes resume after the winter break.
Onlookers shouted "no more masks, burn the masks," as the state's seven-day average number of cases hit the highest level since April.
The city's test-positivity rate reached 3 percent on Wednesday, a threshold that officials previously said would prompt widespread public school closures.
Andrew Cuomo told MSNBC the closures would happen even though he admitted there was not much spread of the virus in schools.
"I loved it, it was vibrant," President Donald Trump said during Thursday's debate. "It's dying, everyone's leaving New York."
Members of the Orthodox Jewish community believe they've been unfairly targeted following the recent rise in COVID-19 cases.
"And if you think, Mrs. de Blasio...retard, woman, crook, whatever you are, you think you're gonna get elected to borough president? You will not be elected," Heshy Tischler said.
It's time for a U.S. Department of Justice investigation.
In New York City, 4,005 cases were recorded in the past seven days since October 6, according to the CDC.
The American people deserve a prompt Supreme Court confirmation process.
Mayor Bill de Blasio announced a proposal to close school buildings and nonessential businesses in nine ZIP codes where COVID-19 test-positivity rates have exceeded 3 percent for the past week.
The Council of School Supervisors and Administrators (CSA) issued an announcement requesting New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio relinquish control of the Department of Education.
NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio said during a press conference Wednesday that "urgent action" is needed to address the uptick in cases affecting "multiple neighborhoods simultaneously."