DNAinfo New York mapped how City Council members doled out their discretionary funds.
The developers began a series of community meetings to get feedback on their planned 1,000-unit tower.
The bins are a growing problem for the city, said Councilman Ydanis Rodriguez.
The new "audible alarms bill" requires the city to examine schools to see where alarms are necessary.
Free breakfast and lunch are available to people 18 and under at 1,000 city sites.
An interactive chart shows how several members of the Bronx's poorest districts spent tax dollars.
Challenger state Sen. Adriano Espaillat refused to concede until all votes were counted.
Rangel said his decades in office are a plus, but Espaillat said the congressman overstayed his welcome.
Beneath the surface of the racially charged campaign are common issues and goals, pundits said.
More than a million turned out for the parade, celebrating "One Nation, Many Voices" for its 57th year.
Carmen Fariña and Melissa Mark-Viverito want Spanish-speaking parents to know all their pre-K options.
The focus is on community following a scandal that showed donated funds were not being used properly.
Mayor Bill de Blasio marched in the 22nd annual pride parade in Jackson Heights, a "historic" moment.
Politicians lauded the new service, but advocates for the disabled said more could be done to help them.
Paterson and Public Advocate Letitia James said Rosa Rodriguez deserves a full disability pension.
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