Nothing was found on your request

de blasio bill

De Blasio Would Sooner Tax the Rich Than Befriend Them

De Blasio Would Sooner Tax the Rich Than Befriend Them

Mayor Bill de Blasio, right, and the chief executive of Citigroup, Michael L. Corbat, after announcing a $350 million development plan in the Bronx in 2014.
The Ad Campaign: In Ad, Malliotakis Takes Swing at de Blasio Over Subway Woes

The Ad Campaign: In Ad, Malliotakis Takes Swing at de Blasio Over Subway Woes

In her “Subway Nightmare” ad, Nicole Malliotakis, the Republican candidate for mayor in New York, appeals to frustrated commuters regardless of their party.
On Health, de Blasio Focuses on Crises and Inequality

On Health, de Blasio Focuses on Crises and Inequality

In July 2013, four months before he was elected mayor, Bill de Blasio was arrested during a protest against the closing of Long Island College Hospital.
What May Seem Good for New York Is Not Always Good for Its Mayor

What May Seem Good for New York Is Not Always Good for Its Mayor

Mayor Bill de Blasio has stuck to most of his convictions and routines, driving out of his way to his old Y.M.C.A. gym in Prospect Park, Brooklyn.
The Daily: Listen to ‘The Daily’: Mueller’s Strategy, and an Attack in New York

The Daily: Listen to ‘The Daily’: Mueller’s Strategy, and an Attack in New York

Representatives of Facebook, Twitter and Google appeared before Congress on Tuesday to provide details about how Russian operatives had reached millions of Americans with divisive messages.
Editorial: Mayor de Blasio Has Earned a Second Term

Editorial: Mayor de Blasio Has Earned a Second Term

Mayor Bill de Blasio at a campaign event in September.
The Mayor Sought Money, a Donor Sought Access: Both Said ‘Yes’

The Mayor Sought Money, a Donor Sought Access: Both Said ‘Yes’

Mayor Bill de Blasio poses with the donors Jona Rechnitz, right, and Jeremy Reichberg, second from left, and Fernando Mateo, the founder of the New York State Federation of Taxi Drivers, far left. The
Malliotakis as Manager: Lessons From Hurricane Sandy and Albany

Malliotakis as Manager: Lessons From Hurricane Sandy and Albany

Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis, the Republican candidate for mayor in New York City, cites her work on Staten Island after Hurricane Sandy as an example of how she has managed a large-scale
De Blasio Kept Crime Down in First Term. His Next Goal: Nicer Police.

De Blasio Kept Crime Down in First Term. His Next Goal: Nicer Police.

Detective Thomas W. Troppmann, on patrol in Washington Heights, talking to Domingo Basquez, who lives in the neighborhood. Detective Troppmann and his partner, Detective Edwin A. Rodriguez, are part
As de Blasio Looks to 2nd Term, He Sees a City Threatened by Trump

As de Blasio Looks to 2nd Term, He Sees a City Threatened by Trump

Mayor Bill de Blasio has used appearances before the Association for a Better New York to unveil several major initiatives. But on Monday, he mostly reviewed his first term and spoke of the threat
De Blasio Coasts to Re-election, as Second-Term Challenges Await

De Blasio Coasts to Re-election, as Second-Term Challenges Await

Mayor Bill de Blasio greeting a crowd at the Brooklyn Museum after his win on Tuesday. “It’s a good night for progressives,” he said.
Mayor de Blasio’s Mandate: Creating the ‘Fairest Big City in America’

Mayor de Blasio’s Mandate: Creating the ‘Fairest Big City in America’

In his first post-Election Day speech, Mayor Bill de Blasio declared that his energy in the second term would be focused on education.
Divided Jury to Keep Deliberating in Case of Ex-Jail Officers’ Union Chief

Divided Jury to Keep Deliberating in Case of Ex-Jail Officers’ Union Chief

Norman Seabrook, the former president of the New York City correction officers’ union, leaving the courthouse on Monday.
Subway Ridership Falls as M.T.A. Scrambles to Improve Service

Subway Ridership Falls as M.T.A. Scrambles to Improve Service

After years of increasing subway ridership, the number of riders has been steadily decreasing, a drop some blame on poor service.
Mistrial Is Declared in Corruption Trial of Ex-Jail Officers’ Union Chief

Mistrial Is Declared in Corruption Trial of Ex-Jail Officers’ Union Chief

A mistrial was declared on Thursday in the fraud case against Norman Seabrook, the former head of the New York City corrections officers’ union.
Why Are Corruption Cases Crumbling? Some Blame the Supreme Court

Why Are Corruption Cases Crumbling? Some Blame the Supreme Court

Senator Robert Menendez after his corruption trial ended in a mistrial on Thursday.