"The independent investigation has concluded that Governor Andrew Cuomo sexually harassed multiple women, and in doing so violated federal and state law," James said during the press conference.
"I haven't ruled in or ruled out anything. I haven't made any decisions about the future," de Blasio said at his daily news conference on Monday.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said the city's focus is on getting people vaccinated, although he said a mask mandate could be put in place in the future.
"I keep saying we're climbing the ladder in terms of more and more mandates, tougher and tougher measures to make sure that people are vaccinated," de Blasio said.
"When you get your first dose you will get a $100 incentive," New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said at his daily briefing. "Can't get better than that."
"This is about keeping people safe," New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said about the vaccine mandate, which will apply to municipal workers.
The announcement comes as the city sees a surge in COVID-19 infections, particularly from the highly contagious Delta variant.
He was an innovative beatboxer whose comedic onstage performances earned him the title "The Clown Prince of Hip-Hop."
New York City's COVID-19 positivity rate is at 1.3 percent after weeks of all-time lows.
"We need the research to really tell what happened here. We don't have that analysis yet," said Mayor Bill de Blasio.
The incident shows two men riding on a bright green Lime electric scooter near an East Harlem deli in the middle of the afternoon.
The mayor called on New Yorkers to reduce use of air conditioning and avoid running appliances that use a high amount of electricity, such as washers, dryers and microwaves.
"There must be an immediate, complete recanvass of the BOE's vote count and a clear explanation of what went wrong. The record number of voters who turned out this election deserve nothing less," New York City Mayor Bill De Blasio said.
"There is no safe way to light illegal fireworks in NYC," the FDNY tweeted over the weekend. "Be #FDNYSmart - leave fireworks to the professionals. New Yorkers - call 311 to anonymously report the use, delivery or sale of fireworks."
"The bottom line is we are going to flood the zone in Times Square with additional officers to make sure this situation is resolved," Mayor Bill de Blasio said.
Some 30 to 40 young people, ages 18 to 24, will be eligible for $1,250 payments monthly under the experimental program.
The New York City Board of Correction has created a new set of reforms that will replace the disciplinary method of solitary confinement in order to ensure better mental health for inmates in city jails.
"He's a joke and it's not funny anymore," Adams said of Yang, amplifying the NYC mayoral race's negative attacks.
Yang told the Atlantic's Edward-Isaac Dovere he would consider such a move if the two had a good working relationship and if endorsing Cuomo would be best for the city.
The construction of Little Island is merely a product of what economist Thorstein Veblen called "conspicuous consumption." Little Island was simply a display of wealth, not an act of philanthropy.
Several of the governor's employees helped write the book about pandemic leadership, which netted Cuomo $1.5 million in 2020.
Giuliani made headlines this week when the FBI raided his apartment on the Upper East Side of Manhattan.
Bill de Blasio's latest announcement follows one by Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Wednesday announcing bar seating in New York City will resume on May 3.
The 61-year-old Chinese immigrant was attacked from behind on Friday night and repeatedly kicked while laying motionless on the ground.
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."