Mayor Bill de Blasio said major changes are coming to the city's public housing developments.
Comptroller Scott Stringer said he would not be able to review all the contracts before school starts.
At the same time, the Quinnipiac survey says New Yorkers are in favor of aggressive police tactics.
The police commissioner has seen his numbers drop 9 points since June, while the mayor's remained flat.
The state revoked Athena Skeeter's license on Aug. 25, after Cardell Williamson died in her care.
Sen. Charles Schumer and Mayor Bill de Blasio announced the money for flood protection projects.
Dan Donovan said probe of Eric Garner's death is his "biggest allocation of resources" ever.
The council speaker said there's "no cause for concern" after she tested positive for high-risk HPV.
Cardinal Timothy Dolan hosted the meeting about healing the rift between the community and the NYPD.
The latest data from police show that illegal gun recoveries have reached a new low.
Scores on standardized tests for third- through eighth-graders rose after last year's dismal results.
The mayor unveiled a plan to fund more community initiatives to fight a spike in gun violence.
The mayor could boost his stature nationally if the 2016 DNC comes to Barclays Center.
If the mayor were forced to choose between Sharpton and Bratton, Sharpton would win, insiders say.
The mayor campaigned against abusive police practices, but is also looking to back the NYPD.
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