New Yorkers debated Mayor Bloomberg’s large soda crackdown.
The next mayor could quickly reverse the decision.
It may not even come to that: Shelly Silver threatened to block the legislation at the state level. “We may be getting too close to Big Brother,” he said.
Shelly Silver believes that the governor’s office should have a lesser role in the new agency charged with oversight of centers for the disabled.
David Storobin beat Lew Fidler by 14 votes out of 22,000 cast.
Ray Kelly pushed Cy Vance to file charges in Etan Patz case, even though the DA was reluctant.
Four unused passenger trains, part of a network that would bring high-speed rail between New York and Albany, are being dismantled and sold for scrap as part of Gov. Cuomo’s effort to sell surplus state property.
Federal officials shut down 26 Chinatown bus companies.
Lawyers for New York City asked a federal judge to dismiss dozens of lawsuits filed against the city by hundreds of people who contend they were falsely arrested during the 2004 Republican National Convention in Manhattan, Colin Moynihan reports.
Rather than hire more upper-level officers, the Port Authority is asking sergeants and lieutenants to do more overtime.
Mitt Romney is taking his message of the Obama administration’s failures on the economy to areas that are rebounding.
Romney is winning over the right.
Marco Rubio doesn’t have a favorite vice president.
Bill Clinton says that Mitt Romney had a “sterling” business career.
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