NYC mayoral candidate Eric Adams and other local officials are expected to meet at the White House.
The Santa Fe mayor expressed his regret after commenting inaccurate details about the Santa Fe High School shooting while drunk over the Fourth of July weekend.
Major League Eating Chair George Shea suggested that the winner of the hot dog eating contest face off against GOP nominee Curtis Sliwa in a November showdown.
"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.
In the 11th round of ranked-choice voting, Adams received 51.1 percent of the votes while Garcia received 48.9 percent of the votes.
"I personally have ranked Scott Stringer number two and I think he's also a really strong candidate from a policy perspective," the congresswoman revealed on Tuesday.
Police said their investigation found that the tragedy was likely not intentional but a horrible accident that was caused by the driver's health ailments.
Twenty-eight percent named Adams as their initial first choice for mayor, while 20 percent named Yang and 15 percent chose Kathryn Garcia, one survey said.
Since May 3, the mayor of Silverton, Colorado, has reportedly remained seated during the Pledge of Allegiance in meetings.
The survey indicates a shift in favor of police, compared with last summer when Democrats said they supported defunding the department.
Doug Kantor was one of 14 victims of the Saturday shooting in downtown Austin, Texas. He died from his injuries the next day.
"I wholeheartedly support what [the Biden administration] is trying to do and I'm sure they're going to receive lots of criticism. But it's a long-term process, so I salute them for getting started," Mayor John Ferguson of Presidio, Texas, told Newsweek.
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.
"Our leaders must condemn all racism, including anti-white," the former Democratic congresswoman wrote.
First-term Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms announced Thursday night that she will not run for re-election, shocking her supporters.
Yang, an entrepreneur, first announced his candidacy for New York City mayor in January. He first rose to fame following his 2020 run for president, but lost in the Democratic primaries.
"Elected officials should be held to higher standards of moral character," Joe Foppoli said of his brother. "This is not good for the community."
Mayor John Giles of Mesa praised the president's response to the border crisis and ongoing pandemic, while describing some fellow Republicans in Washington as "diehard partisan."
"The hope is to get these people out of the shadows and into the light so that they can become contributing members of society as well," Sunland Park Mayor Javier Perea told Newsweek.
Former Democratic presidential candidate and philanthropic entrepreneur Andrew Yang tops the crowded field of New York City mayoral hopefuls, a new poll finds.
"We should be repurposing some of those [hotel] properties as affordable housing as quickly as possible," the New York City mayoral candidate said.
"I lived here 19 years without a car. And it was fantastic," the Democratic mayoral candidate said.
Armstrong, Iowa's police chief, mayor and city clerk were indicted Friday on 21 charges, including the allegation that a Taser was used against a civilian in exchange for money.
The former Democratic presidential candidate benefits from high name recognition, with 84 percent of likely voters in the city saying they've heard of him.
Tampa Mayor Jane Castor denounced fans who destroyed street signs and other property celebrating the Buccaneers' Super Bowl LV win over the Kansas City Chiefs.
Yang announced his candidacy for New York City mayor on Wednesday and has plans to launch the "largest basic income program" in the country.
Some people online are saying that Yang's potential mayoral run in New York City is already doomed because of a recent interview he gave.
Mayor Ted Wheeler called for increased penalties for repeat offenders who continually engage in violent actions and vandalism.
The 70-year-old served as the mayor of Dearborn Heights since January 2004 and was a longtime member of the Dearborn Heights City Council.