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14 hrs ago | The New York Observer
What Bill Bratton, the incoming police commissioner, and Anthony Shorris, the new first deputy mayor, have in common-beyond the tremendous scope of their new authority and years of experience-is one rather simple fact: they are both white men in a city where the majority of people are not.
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The people are less abrasive; the desert landscape, more so. A population four times smaller is scattered across an area 15 times as vast.
Meet your very early Presidential candidates for 2016. They all have a better chance of being elected than Rudy Giuliani did at this point in the 2008 cycle.
The candidates vying for City Council speaker mostly hailed Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio's choice of Bill Bratton to lead the police department, though one was willing to openly criticize the pick.
As the incoming New York City Council takes shape, the Progressive Caucus and its penumbral 'progressive bloc' is emerging as a powerful force within the 51-member legislative body.
More than 12 years after the worst terror attack ever on American soil, there's one image in particular from 9/11 that Rudy Giuliani can't get out of his head.
Former Police Commissioner Bill Bratton , who helped the city to a record crime drop under then-mayor Rudy Giuliani , has been tapped to return to the NYPD.
New York City Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio named William Bratton as the next New York Police Department commissioner on Thursday, giving the former police chief under Mayor Rudy Giuliani a second turn at the helm of the nation's largest local law-enforcement agency.
Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio made his first administration appointments this morning, naming government veteran Anthony Shorris his first deputy mayor and close aide Emma Wolfe his director of intergovernmental affairs.
Rep. Duncan Hunter says he hopes the United States doesn't go to war with Iran, but if it happens, he wants to see a nuclear attack.
She didn't win the race for mayor, but Christine Quinn did win the race for mayor among people who did not even make the ballot, so, she has that meaningless thing going for her.
It's tricky running for mayor but it's much trickier trying to run the city. Knowing that a feel-good TV ad with his son will no longer help him, his interimness, Bill de Blasio, is busy trying to assemble his cabinet while also pressing on with his pledge to bring universal pre-K to the city.