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Is the Bronx as Progressive as De Blasio Says?
Push to Diversify City Contracting Falls Short of Goals
Minority Contractors Face Hurdles, Flaws in Law
NYC's MWBE Push: Cracking Down, Looking Ahead
MWBE Programs Face Court Scrutiny
Vote, Donate, Complain: Some Brooklyn Nabes Stand Out
As City Plants Trees, Benefits—and Some Burdens—Grow
Bloomberg Housing Plan Hits Milestones, Obstacles
This Memorial Day, A Lost World at Cedar Grove Beach
Behind-The-Scenes Ethics Board Seeks New Power
What Cuts Will Cost: Children's Learning, Parents' Work
As AIDS Threat Changes, Push For Housing Renews
Moses, Jacobs And You: The Battle For Gotham
Missing Moses' Muscle
Waking the Dead
Five Boroughs. One City. No Plan.
The Election's Over. So Let's Talk Issues
Student Safety Act Passes City Council
The Klein Era: Eight Years, One Legacy
Election 2010: Polls Closed, Policy Awaits
Being the place where the mayor of New York plans for the future of the city, City Hall has seen its fair share of historic moments. The decisions made within these walls have a tremendous effect on life in New York, and while the work that is done in this building is aimed at the advancement of the city, some decisions do not have the profound effect desired by citizens.
The progressives who lifted Melissa Mark-Viverito into the speaker's chair have called for reforms to reduce the speaker's authority. What will that mean for the de Blasio agenda?
On Sunday Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio named a black man to be his corporation counsel. Will that quell concerns about the diversity of the incoming administration?
The mayor's final state of the city speech was a tribute to his past accomplishments as well as a to-do list for the final 320 days of his tenure.
New York City is creating jobs at a faster pace than the rest of the country, but also seeing its unemployment rate rise—and not because new job seekers are flooding the market. What explains the disconnect?
Hundreds gathered around City Hall on Tuesday to argue that Mayor Bloomberg's proposed budget cuts don't add up—because there's already ample money in the city's coffers to close this year's funding gap, and there could be even more.
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As a new team prepares to take over the NYC Mayor’s Office of Operations, a former staffer there offers some words of advice.
Thousands of New Yorkers face an impossible choice when they get sick: Go to work and get yourself and others sicker, or stay home and risk losing pay or your post.
Race, Opportunity and Sequestration: This report examines ten marquee programs for Americans struggling to make it into the middle-class.
The 2012 National Democratic Party's platform.