Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer and Public Advocate Bill de Blasio have also raised serious money ahead of the 2013 race.
Congressman Anthony Weiner reportedly is conceding privately that he may not be able to remain in office.
Failed 2009 candidate and former City Comptroller Bill Thompson filed paperwork to run for mayor again in 2013.
The "30 Rock" star is considering a run after a sex scandal crippled Rep. Anthony Weiner's chances.
A major supplier of online cigarettes and 30 city residents were named in a lawsuit filed by the city to recoup lost tax revenue.
The City Council is set to vote Wednesday on whether to rename the bridge after former mayor Ed Koch.
Stanford University has responded to the mayor's call for a state-of-the-art research facility in the city.
Flight records show that the mayor's plane flew to Bermuda the day before the December blizzard.
The city's sluggish response to last week's blizzard threatens to undermine Bloomberg's reputation as a top manager.
The bill would levy steep fines for property owners who allow sidewalk ATMs outside their buildings.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie said he would consider a plan to bring the New York City Subway to Secaucus.
Councilman Robert Jackson urged state officials to deny Cathie Black a waiver that is required for her certification.
The new portrait features a smiling, jovial Giuliani posing in City Hall.
The names of 12 NYPD officers killed in the line of duty were added to the downtown memorial.
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