New York City

Politics
The former mayor could revive his war on sugary drinks from the White House.
Politics
As NYC mayor, Bloomberg used the terrorist attacks to justify spying on Muslims.
Politics
The disgraced movie producer backed the then-mayor’s reelection, and Bloomberg appointed him to a charity board.
Money
From California to New York, local laws add to the cost of your Uber ride.
Politics
That year was the height of stop-and-frisk in New York when nearly 700,000 people, more than half of them Black, were stopped by police.
Politics
The former New York City mayor will join his rivals onstage in Nevada for his first Democratic debate.
Videos
In 2003, then-New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg told a 2003 meeting of the Republican National Convention that the Republican party was “the wave of the future” and called for the reelection of President George W. Bush.
Entertainment
With “Marisol” and other short films, Zoé Salicrup Junco is telling Latina stories that need to be heard.
Politics
When Mayor Bloomberg’s plans for New York City failed to gain popular support, his vast philanthropic network helped gin up the illusion.
Politics
Costa Constantinides, a progressive candidate for Queens borough president, is prioritizing climate issues in his platform.
Politics
Thousands of New Yorkers described their experience with the NYPD when Michael Bloomberg was mayor.
Politics
The New York City mayor had endorsed Hillary Clinton in 2016.
Politics
The New York Police Department says its facial recognition database is limited to mugshots, but documents obtained by HuffPost show apparent Facebook photos.
Politics
As the former mayor of New York City gains national attention, his opponents increase their attacks on the billionaire.
Asian Voices
Across the country, Chinese-owned businesses have reported precipitous declines in sales because of racist fear-mongering concerning coronavirus.
Politics
The Democratic presidential candidate also made the dubious claim that he cut stop and frisk by "95%" during his time as mayor.
Videos
The Sergeants Benevolent Association says it is “declaring war” on New York City Mayor De Blasio after NYPD officers were apparently targeted in two separate shootings.
Crime
The threatening statement came after two officers were shot in separate targeted attacks in a span of 12 hours.
Crime
An officer was shot in a police precinct Sunday morning, just hours after another officer was shot in a patrol van, authorities said.
U.S. News
State officials said brokers can no longer charge the fees, which often cost up to 15% percent of an annual lease, giving an unexpected gift to renters.