The combination think-tank and community center will feature a host of diverse programming during its 10-week run.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg said he believes science will eventually prove a link between cancer and exposure to toxins at Ground Zero.
The anniversary marks the first time a president has participated in the ceremony.
Less than 60 percent of new teachers were granted tenure this year, down from 97 percent back in '06-'07.
Family Court Judge Ronald Richter, a former ACS Deputy Commissioner, will be taking over from John Mattingly, whose resignation was announced Tuesday.
Police Commissioner Ray Kelly may never have expressed interest in the job, but he tops the list of city officials New Yorkers would like to see as the next mayor in a new poll.
Administration for Children's Services Commissioner John Mattingly has resigned.
Mayor Michael Bloombrg capped off a day of celebration by officiating the wedding at Gracie Mansion.
The City Clerk's office has a list of tips and information that couples getting married on New York's first day of same-sex marriage will need to know.
Alec Baldwin is "definitely more than just thinking" about running to be New York's mayor, his brother, Daniel, told Piers Morgan Friday.
Every couple that registered in the city's lottery for the chance to get married Sunday, the first day gay marriage is legal in New York, will now be allowed to marry that day.
The MTA's chairman and CEO Jay Walder announced his resignation from the post Thursday.
Michael Cardozo, the city's top attorney, will argue for judicial salary increases on Wednesday.
Some couples say the city's last-minute decision to limit the number of gay marriages on Sunday won't stop them from going ahead, while others are calling off the party.
The city will hold a public lottery for couples wishing to marry on Sunday to cope with high demand.
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