Bill Thompson, who narrowly lost to Mayor Bloomberg in 2009, is back in the hunt for City Hall.
The likely candidate kept mum about his plans, but his supporters wished him "Happy Birthday, Mr. Mayor."
A group of protesters who have long hounded Speaker Quinn plan to step up their efforts in 2013.
At a Crain's forum, the four Democrats vying to become mayor debated the city's economic future.
MTA Chairman Joseph Lhota and Adolfo Carrion Jr. will have an uphill battle if they run for mayor.
Scarlett Johansson once fumed at rumors that Scott Stringer would drop his mayoral bid. And now he is.
City Council Speaker Christine Quinn has become a near-constant presence uptown this summer.
New Yorkers don't care about Chick-fil-A's anti-gay marriage stance, a poll found.
Candidates for city office are raking in cash as well as celebrity endorsements.
Thompson, who lives in Stuyvesant Town, has launched a website to drum up support and donations.
Ray Kelly has no stated mayoral ambitions, but a new poll shows he'd be trounced by Chris Quinn.
Scarlett Johansson joked about running for mayor at a fundraiser for Scott Stringer.
"We're moving forward," said John Liu, a day after his campaign treasurer was arrested for fraud.
As City Councilwoman Jessica Lappin considers a run for borough president, others eye her seat.
Public advocate Bill de Blasio is surging ahead in the money race among presumptive mayoral candidates.
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