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Deputy Mayor Anthony Shorris admitted fault for letting the nursing home become condos.

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The speech criticized mayor's efforts to address inequality but Stringer would not say he was running.

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The federal investigation has ensnared NYPD brass and key officials in City Hall.

Gowanus »

Charles Hocking and his firm, Hazen and Sawyer, were hit with subpoenas this summer, sources said.

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Fans say his crime-fighting tactics set the standard, while critics say "Broken Windows" was toxic.

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Jumaane Williams said the act was meant to make "a private protest public."

New York City »

A host of candidates are thinking of giving de Blasio a run for his money next year.

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After supporting NYPD move to halt access, de Blasio says the law needs to change.

Central Harlem »

Johnnie Green, pastor of Mount Neboh Baptist Church, says the mayor has failed his biggest supporters.

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Political observers weigh in on Bill Bratton's sudden departure from the NYPD and what it means.

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Chief of Department James O'Neill said he will continue Bill Bratton's plans for community policing.

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The Right to Record Act was introduced July 14 by Council members, including Jumaane Williams.

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Councilman Ritchie Torres said the changes negotiated by Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito aren't enough.

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The rooms, which cannot be bathrooms, must have a chair, electrical outlet and access to running water.

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Opponents say legislation, not just changes to the patrol guide, is needed to end discriminatory stops.