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Cuomo Wants More Money From the City to Fund MTA Capital Plan

The city says they already contribute the lion's share of the MTA's budget with no control.    

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De Blasio and Cuomo Decline Pasta Summit as Their Feud Continues to Boil

Both leaders continued to jab each other in the wake of a tough legislative session for the mayor.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Cuomo Appoints Attorney General as Special Prosecutor on Police Killings

Gov. Andrew Cuomo said the ultimate goal is a law making a special prosecutor permanent.

Greenwich Village »

Cuomo 'Biting His Tongue' When it Comes to De Blasio's Criticism

The governor issued a subdued response to Mayor Bill de Blasio's scathing criticism.

Civic Center »

De Blasio's Scathing Criticism of Cuomo Gets Mixed Support

Some local politicans declined to criticize Cuomo while others welcomed the mayor's comments.

Inwood »

Cuomo Worked To Hurt New York City's Agenda in Albany, De Blasio Says

The mayor said he expected some sort of revenge from the governor for his critical remarks.   .

East Harlem »

'It Ain't Over Till It's Over,' De Blasio Says About His Legislative Agenda

De Blasio's agenda for New York City took a beating in a tentative Albany legislative deal.

Midtown »

Cuomo Reaches Tentative 4 Year Rent Regulation Extension

The tentative agreement still must be approved by the Assembly and the Senate.

Civic Center »

Cuomo AIDS Plan Needs $10 Million From De Blasio, Advocates Say

The governor's blueprint to end AIDS requires the city match the state's funding for it, activists said.

Crown Heights »

Landlord Destroyed Apartment Building to Get Tenants Out, Pols Say

Attorney General Eric Schneiderman and Mayor Bill de Blasio want rent regulations strengthened.

Roosevelt Island »

'Big Uptick' in 311 Calls From Fearful Renters After Laws Expired: Mayor

Mayor Bill de Blasio says a strengthening of expired rent laws is the only solution.

Midtown »

What You Need to Know Now That Rent Stabilization Laws Have Expired

Albany failed to stop rent stabilization laws from expiring.

Midtown »

Mayor: Failure to Renew Rent Laws Will Be 'End of NYC As We Have Known It'

The mayor made his comments during a telephone town hall with 14,000 seniors from AARP.

Civic Center »

Council Passes De Blasio's Police and Fire Pension Plan Without Much Notice

The unexpected vote was taken Wednesday. Police and fire unions criticized the move.

Midtown »

Cuomo Gets Lowest-Ever Approval Rating in Wake of Albany Ethics Scandals

Fifty-two percent of voters believe Cuomo is part of the problem with ethics.