nyc mayoral race 2013
Michael Bloomberg said Friday morning that he will make no endorsement in the race to succeed him as New York City mayor. "I've decided I'm just not going to make an endorsement in this race," Bloomberg said during his weekly radio appearance with John Gambling on WOR. "My job's to govern, and to help the next guy," he said. "Whoever the voters elect, I want to make sure that person is ready to succeed."
@Azi @courtneycgross he has certainly made his opinion of @BilldeBlasio clear; his support hardly helped Quinn. Possible
Weiner's spokeswoman denied reports that Leathers' appearance outside campaign headquarters had prompted the spontaneous
There is no one more progressive who is running for mayor of New York , so it is time to stop thinking, "Maybe I'll vote for a more progressive politician."
Who said Anthony Weiner doesn’t know how to get down? The New York City mayoral candidate showed off his Caribbean side during
At the 2013 West Indian Day Parade, thousands took to the streets and partied down Brooklyn's Eastern Parkway to celebrate
"You know, whether Anthony Weiner is or isn't going to enter the race is up to Anthony Weiner," Quinn, the City Council speaker
Weiner clearly has obstacles. Nearly half of Democrats — 46 percent — said they didn't want to see him run for office, versus
"After all the public corruption scandals we've charged, the sad truth may be the most powerful special interest in politics
NYC Teachers' Free Pass? The Wall Street Journal crunched eight years worth of data, and found that more than 10 percent of principals did not flunk one teacher on their evaluations. "The findings give ammunition to Department of Education officials who say the teacher-rating system should be changed," WSJ's Lisa Fleisher writes. "New York City is one of a handful of school districts statewide that hasn't adopted a new, more nuanced system of grading teachers. ... Under the current system, teachers are either rated unsatisfactory or satisfactory. Annually, less than 3% of teachers citywide are marked "unsatisfactory."
NEW YORK CITY — A return to crime, high taxes and quality-of-life complaints. Welcome to former MTA Chairman Joe Lhota's
A disgusted Mr. de Blasio and his team met for an emergency strategy session. “We decided the only thing to do was to have