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Bloomberg Not Victim in Alleged $1.1M Fraud, Says Defense

An attorney for John Haggerty said the mayor could not have been a victim of theft because he had no right to the money he'd contributed to the Independence Party.

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Jury Selection Begins in Bloomberg Campaign Worker Trial

John Haggerty, accused of stealing more than $1 million from Mayor Michael Bloomberg's third term re-election campaign, is on trial in Manhattan Supreme Court.

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Deputy Mayor Stephen Goldsmith Resigned After Domestic Dispute

A police report shows Goldsmith was involved in an altercation with his wife in their Washington DC home before he resigned.

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Future 9/11 Ceremonies Might Not Feature Reading of Victims' Names

The mayor said Friday that the readings are currently up for discussion.

Manhattan »

Job Training Program Launched For Domestic Violence Victims

The city on Friday launched a pilot program to provide job training to domestic violence victims. The program may be expanded upon its success.

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Bloomberg Defends Obama Against 'Blame Culture'

Mayor Bloomberg called on people to stand by President Obama on ABC's Good Morning America Wednesday morning despite a nation embroiled in "blame culture."

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Deputy Mayor Stephen Goldsmith Steps Down

Deputy Mayor Stephen Goldsmith has stepped down and will be replaced by DEP Commissioner Cas Holloway.

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Bloomberg Warns Gun Loopholes Leave Room For Terrorists

The group, Mayors Against Illegal Guns, warns against terrorists exploiting weak U.S. gun laws.

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Wedding Bells and Cash Registers Ring in Wake of Same-Sex Marriage Vote

Local businesses in Chelsea and across Manhattan are gearing up for extra business from same-sex marriages.

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State Assembly Passes Livery Cab Street Hail Plan

The Assembly used their extra session to pass a bill allowing livery cabs to pick up street fares in areas underserved by yellow cabs.

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Deal Near for Gay Marriage Bill, Report Says

The state Senate was reportedly close to passing a revised version of the bill to legalize same-sex marriage.

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With Gay Marriage Close to Passing, Advocates Push for One More Vote

In the final days before the Senate votes on the gay marriage bill, New Yorkers are uniting to push for its success.

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

Council Speaker Christine Quinn Says Homeless Shelter Illegal

The council speaker wrote Mayor Bloomberg requesting court action on the future BRC shelter on W. 25th Street.

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

Second Section of the High Line Opens

The High Line's second stretch, from West 20th to 30th streets opened Tuesday.

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Skeletons to Scare Drivers into Slowing Down

Images of skeletons will feature on speed boards warning drivers that they're going too fast.