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Anthony Weiner Creates New Twitter Handle After Scandal

Ex-Congressman Anthony Weiner launched @anthonyweiner, nearly two years after "Weinergate."

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John Liu Launches Campaign for Mayor at Raucous Rally

Liu was scheduled to crisscross the city Sunday with a 137-mile campaign kick-off tour.

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Bloomberg Now 13th Richest Man on Earth, Forbes Says

Mayor Michael Bloomberg's estimated net worth is now $27 billion.

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Family and Friends Honor Ed Koch at Funeral

Former President Bill Clinton and Mayor Bloomberg spoke at Koch's funeral.

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Former Mayor Ed Koch Dies at 88

Former Mayor Ed Koch died of congestive heart failure about 2 a.m. Friday.

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Ed Koch Moved to Intensive Care

Former Mayor Ed Koch has been moved into intensive care, his spokesman said.

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Billionaire Candidate One-Ups Mayor, Says He'll Work for 99 Cents a Year

Billionare John Catsimatidis launched his bid for mayor Tuesday.

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Bill Clinton Dismisses Hillary-for-Mayor Buzz

Former President Bill Clinton dismissed talk that his wife would make a good mayor.

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Where in the World is Scott Stringer? Increasingly Not Manhattan

Stringer has been spending more time outside of Manhattan while preparing for a citywide campaign.

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Former Mayor Ed Koch Hospitalized

Koch is expected to be released as soon as Wednesday following a blood transfusion.

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Mayor Bloomberg Says Christine Quinn 'Would Be a Very Good Mayor'

The mayor offered a near-endorsement of City Council Speaker Christine Quinn's expected mayoral campaign.

Manhattan »

Alec Baldwin Rules Out Mayoral Run, Citing 'Horny' Candidates

The 30 Rock star compared the mayoral hopefuls to a date who's trying to get his hands up your blouse.

Manhattan »

Liu's Poll Numbers Drop, But He's Still in Running for Mayor, Poll Finds

City Comproller John Liu's poll numbers have sunk after allegations of campaign financing fraud.

Manhattan »

Countdown to the 'Post-Bloomberg Era' Begins

Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer, Public Advocate Bill de Blasio and former Comptroller Bill Thompson shared their visions of the "Future of New York City" during a panel discussion Wednesday.

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Former Campaign Worker Guilty of Stealing From Mayor

John Haggerty was found guilty of second-degree grand larceny and money laundering for stealing from Mayor Michael Bloomberg on Friday.

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