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Brownsville »

Quinn and de Blasio praised one another at a Brooklyn homeless shelter.

Flushing »

The comptroller said he will be contacting banks that do not accept the ID as primary identification.

Washington Heights »

The mayor said the chancellor's remarks were "off the cuff" and not intended to offend.

Civic Center »

The changes cover roughly 20,000 city workers and take effect next month.

Civic Center »

The mayor feels his new initiatives will help address the homelessness problem.

Civic Center »

The Quadrennial Advisory Commission said mayor and other elected officials deserve a 15 percent raise.

Melrose »

Joseph Lemm worked for the Bronx Warrant Squad, officials said.

East Harlem »

Police took property from people sleeping outside an East Harlem school, according to court papers. 

Civic Center »

Comptroller Scott Stringer found the city's shelters are allowed to "self-monitor" their own conditions.

East Harlem »

They say they are concerned about police involvement in the proposal to track the street homeless.

Jamaica »

Hope Knight is Mayor de Blasio’s newest appointee to the City Planning Commission.  

Battery Park City »

More than 150 people signed up to speak at the city's biggest hearing on the mayor's rezoning plans.

East Harlem »

R&E Real Estate Holdings will get about $100 million in tax breaks.

Jamaica »

StreetEasy predicts that Queens will see a surge of new demand in 2016.

Civic Center »

Gilbert Taylor is the second high-ranking homelessness official to resign in the past three months.