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.
Newt Gingrich's 1994 version was limited in scope and rode an anti-Clinton wave. The New York Mayor is trying something harder.
The mayor says he isn't running for the White House, contrary to a report in the New York Post.
Mayor framed the plan as part of a larger effort to reach out to the city's Muslim communities.
After a year in office, de Blasio has had a tough time with the NYPD.
In which Bill de Blasio takes on The Onion's spoof of Bill de Blasio, because, Why not?
A blizzard can be an opportunity for an enterprising politician, and de Blasio needs to turn this into an opportunity.
Activists in New York City organized a '#Dream4Justice' march Monday to advocate for police reform.
"The officer has the right to use any and all tools he can to save his life," de Blasio said.
Despite saying the was "deeply troubled" by the case, de Blasio seemed to change his mind later.
Look for other reasons than words for the fatal act of a madman.
The mayor's good news on crime comes amid strained relations with police.
Commissioner Bill Bratton told his force to refrain from the "act of disrespect" seen at the funeral of Liu's partner.
The New York mayor's turbulent relationship with his police department has become the gravest crisis of his year-old mayoralty.
A dozen or so people turned their backs on the mayor as he spoke.
The group who organized the banner is over 200 strong.
Mayor De Blasio called for a cooling of tensions after the officers were murdered.
New York City Mayor Bill De Blasio asked protesters to suspend their protests in light of the recent killings of two NYPD officers.
Police officer union President Pat Lynch said the "blood on the hands starts on the steps of City Hall in the office of the mayor."
Barack Obama and Bill de Blasio condemned the shooting of two NYPD officers, while a union rep for the police department said de Blasio has blood on his hands.
The price of broken windows policing.