Shortly after news broke that the FBI had raided the home of Brianna Suggs, a chief fundraiser for Mayor Eric Adams, Assemblymember Rodneyse Bichotte Hermelyn jumped to the mayor’s defense. The longtime Adams supporter questioned whether he’d been unfairly targeted because of his race. “I’m concerned about whether these investigations are just targeting him because […]
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In response, de Blasio immediately filed a lawsuit against the board that had warned him against billing the city for police protection on his presidential campaign.
A massive industrial building — until recently home to a Bed Bath & Beyond — is slated to get an influx of government employees relocating from Manhattan and Downtown Brooklyn.
Mayor says he was forced to sell COVID medical supplies for small change: ‘We need to reexamine that rule.’
Letters obtained by THE CITY show that the former mayor violated the city’s ban on using government resources for political purposes, including attacking Donald Trump.
Water’s Edge in Long Island City is up for auction on the city government surplus website.
The surprise 2021 announcement was just the start of the plan’s woes, which has been scrapped after months of miscommunication, according to staffers from the CA-based organization.
The idea’s been kicked around by politicians and transit advocates for years but never tried in the U.S. Here’s a guide on what it all means, whom it will affect — and when we may actually see it in New York.
Mayor Eric Adams says every community must do its part to house the homeless. Yet his own Department of Homeless Services is canceling planned shelters in the face of community pushback.