The mayor won't go to the Roosevelt Island event because he's waiting to hear Clinton's agenda.
"Summer All Out" will see 330 officers sent out to patrol 10 precincts with rising crime.
The Law Department chose Jay Eisenhofer's firm three months after he gave $20,000 to mayor's nonprofit.
New York City would be the first city in the country to require the warning.
Here's a primer on the rent regulated housing laws and 421a tax breaks that are expiring on June 15.
Roughly 70 percent of kids got their first choice of pre-K; 18 percent didn't get their top three.
The mayor's team used a website to make five public critiques of a 184-word New York Post article.
And it's not just murders and shootings that are increasing across most of New York City.
Outspoken leaders of city's largest police union received 70 percent of his 23,000 member tally.
Ride in the LIC Bike Parade or celebrate the anniversaries of World Fairs at a festival this weekend.
Income inequality, gun control and de Blasio's New York were all up for debate on Comedy Central.
The mayor said better training and technology will bring the crime numbers down.
Political observers say the flare-ups between the two Democrats are all about power and control.
The center will operate at Queens Borough Hall until June 16.
The mayor said the school system could return to the "bad old days" if mayoral control isn't renewed.
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