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The election is still months away, but the mayor took a swipe at his GOP rival on Tuesday.

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The mayor says that he will keep fighting the president in order to protect New Yorkers.

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The two men held separate press conferences and couldn't agree on the definition of terrorism.

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

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Even though the Bronx borough president is boycotting Trump's golf course, he's keeping his money.

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DNAinfo New York first reported in May that Don Peebles felt he couldn't say no to the mayor's request.

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CleanNYC will focus on scrubbing sidewalks, clearing litter and painting over graffiti.

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The mayor said none of the candidates were interested in his event, but he remains undeterred.

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The founder and CEO of Success Academy Charter Schools will speak on the steps of City Hall.

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De Blasio took over his Twitter account and answered 11 questions.

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Concerns about crime and homelessness are also on the rise, according to a Quinnipiac University poll.

Sheepshead Bay »

Both leaders continued to jab each other in the wake of a tough legislative session for the mayor.

East Harlem »

De Blasio's agenda for New York City took a beating in a tentative Albany legislative deal.

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