The Republican congressman announced he would resign from his post on Jan. 5.
Chief Philip Banks III rejected the first deputy commissioner role.
Days after NYPD Chief Philip Banks resigned, de Blasio and Bratton insisted they're on the same page.
Abramson, the first woman to lead the New York Times, will be replaced by Dean Baquet.
The Staten Island lawmaker temporarily resigned from his post on the committee.
Bob Scamardella suddenly resigned on Monday as the chairman of the Staten Island Republican Party.
MTA Chairman Joseph Lhota said he will send his resignation letter to Gov. Cuomo.
Michael Hervey, acting CEO of LIPA, will leave at the end of the year.
Ex-Rep. Anthony Weiner appears to have opened a new campaign office, records show.
Dr. Pamela Corey was suspended after her necropsy of Charlie, a carriage horse, became controversial.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo has recommended that Patrick Foye replace Chris Ward as Executive Director of the Port Authority.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg's poll numbers are on the rise, thanks to widespread approval of his handling of Hurricane Irene, even as critics slammed the fact that he lied about his former staffer's arrest.
Mayor Bloomberg refused to apologize for not disclosing the arrest of former Deputy Mayor Stephen Goldsmith in Washington, DC days before his resignation, according to online reports
John Gambling, the co-host of Mayor Michael Bloomberg's radio show, also questioned the mayor for not disclosing former Deputy Mayor Stephen Goldsmith's arrest.
A police report shows Goldsmith was involved in an altercation with his wife in their Washington DC home before he resigned.
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