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The mayor said he's happy to hear several progressive proposals from his rival and fellow Democrat.

Chinatown »

Key takeaways include the birth of a new power broker uptown and a political machine faltering in Queens

Upper East Side »

Manhattan Republicans created the ballot line first for the Upper East Side Assembly races.

Civic Center »

The board has been no stranger to problems over the years. Advocates hope for real reforms this time.

Bedford Park »

Several of the mayor's proposals are expected to benefit the boroughs where "everyday people" live.

Civic Center »

The results come even as Mayor Bill de Blasio unleashes a series of initiatives to tackle the problem.

Midtown »

Real estate developer Don Peebles says he's mulling a run against his onetime candidate of choice.

Midtown »

The city and state will both increase their contribution to the plan.

Civic Center »

The mayor received his lowest overall approval rating in the Quinnipiac University poll.

Civic Center »

Political observers say the flare-ups between the two Democrats are all about power and control.

Prospect Heights »

Frayed political relations and corruption indictments were among the reasons NYC lost, insiders say.

Civic Center »

More than 70 percent of voters approve of Bill de Blasio's new marijuana policy, a new poll found.

Prospect Heights »

The mayor could boost his stature nationally if the 2016 DNC comes to Barclays Center.