NEW YORK (AP) — New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio (dih BLAH’-zee-oh) is picking up the first union endorsement of his longshot presidential bid. The New York Hotel and Motel Trades Council.. Seattle Times - Published
Amazon.com Inc. will not be getting any more assistance from New York City if it decides to cut another real estate deal. That's according to Mayor Bill de Blasio, who is also running for president. De.. bizjournals - Published
Three years after Mayor Bill de Blasio first proposed building a $2 billion-plus streetcar along the Brooklyn-Queens waterfront — a project initially cooked up by Two Trees developer Jed Walentas and.. Gothamist - Published
The Truth-o-Meter says: Half-True | Fact-check: Joe Biden’s defense of his 1994 crime bill and mass incarcerationJoe Biden is getting criticism from both sides over the 1994 crime bill. The sprawling.. PolitiFact - Published
· Amazon is looking to expand its presence in New York City.
· The New York Post reported that the company is considering opening an additional office in Manhattan.
· Amazon's previous New York.. Business Insider - Published
Taking an opportunistic shot at the Democratic primary frontrunner, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio called former Vice President Joe Biden's support for the 1994 crime bill a "huge mistake." Newsmax - Published
U.S. Representative Jerrold Nadler became woozy and appeared almost to faint during a press briefing on Friday with New York Mayor Bill de Blasio, but the congressman said soon after that he had been.. Reuters India - Published Also reported by •Reuters
House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler, D-N.Y., appeared to faint on Friday while at a press conference in Manhattan with New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, The New York Times reports. Newsmax - Published
Rep. Jerry Nadler is reportedly okay after a scary moment occurred during a press conference for Mayor Bill de Blasio. According to NBC News New York, “Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee Jerry.. Mediaite - Published
Napier mayor Bill Dalton is smiling in the first photo released of him since he suffered a stroke last month.Dalton's family said in a statement released on Thursday that his medical condition.. New Zealand Herald - Published
Since announcing his presidential campaign last week, Mayor Bill de Blasio has pulled out all the stops. He has ingested meat from a regional restaurant chain while smiling. He has hugged a farmer. He.. Gothamist - Published
Former Vice President Joseph Biden is the only presidential contender going into the 2020 election with clear positive favorability ratings, Quinnipiac University National Poll said Tuesday, with both.. FOXNews.com - Published
Mayor Bill de Blasio has ordered a review of predatory practices in the New York City taxi business, following a scathing report in the New York Times detailing how powerful industry leaders inflated.. Gothamist - Published
Presidential candidate and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio wants you to know that he's a very cool dude.
In an interview on CNN's New Day on Tuesday, in a segment called "Candidate Mixtape,".. Mashable - Published
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio insisted Tuesday that as "mayor of the largest, toughest city in America" for six years, he's not bothered by people who ridicule his campaign for the Democratic.. Newsmax - Published
Mayor Bill de Blasio wrapped up his first road trip as an official presidential candidate on Sunday—a 3,000 mile whirlwind with eight campaign stops in Iowa and South Carolina. Along the way, he.. Gothamist - Published
Seated behind a desk on Air Force One, the presidential seal over his left shoulder, President Donald Trump shot a short video Thursday, blasting New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio's entry into the.. New Zealand Herald - Published
President Donald Trump and his son Eric both took shots this week at New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, saying crime has risen in the city under his leadership. That's wrong, according to crime data.. FactCheck.org - Published
NEW YORK (AP) — With friends like these, Mayor Bill de Blasio doesn’t need enemies. New York Attorney General Letitia James expressed exasperation on the “Pod Save America” podcast late.. Seattle Times - Published