The mayors call on Congress to oppose legislation that would force states to recognize concealed carry weapon permits from other states.
The decisions are a victory for de Blasio, who was dogged by questions about the probes as he prepared to run for re-election this year.
Rumors persist that the former presidential candidate and secretary of state would look to unseat Bill de Blasio as the Dems' standard-bearer in NYC.
Many districts are returning to traditional educators after the grandiose promises of reformers failed.
Recent arrests are the first major prosecution to emerge from several overlapping state and federal corruption probes examining de Blasio's fundraising practices.
If there are cameras around, put the fork away.
The Democratic front-runner also gives Cosmopolitan her take on how couples should split the bill on dates.
De Blasio claims he's running on CP Time, or "cautious politician time," according to Clinton.
Mayor Bill de Blasio said Monday that New York is the country's "chief terror target" and vigilance is needed every day.
The mayor kicked off his re-election campaign with the city split on his job performance.
The mayor was criticized for not backing her presidential campaign following her April announcement.
Randolph Holder, 33, was a five-year veteran of the NYPD and third-generation officer.
The event will focus on income inequality and place the New York City leader on the national stage.
Mayor Bill de Blasio repealed a law that required parents to sign consent forms for the highly controversial practice.
Homeless-related 311 complaints have soared some 60 percent since de Blasio took office.
New York City's health department has declared the outbreak over.
Bill de Blasio's office said he spoke with police and fire commissioners "several times by phone."
Five more cooling towers in the South Bronx have tested positive for the legionella bacteria.
"Every so often, a cultural phenomenon sweeps in at just the right moment to encapsulate an era."
You can't fight city hall, unless you're the governor, and Cuomo and de Blasio are really going at it.
Mayor Bill de Blasio said New Yorkers don't appreciate his "very special" accomplishments since he took office in January 2014, and criticized the actions of his predecessors and even President Barack Obama, according to a Rolling Stone interview.