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The star pitcher missed the original 1986 celebration because of his drug use. 

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The former homicide detective still needs to get on the Republican ballot to run. 

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Helen Rosenthal drafted legislation to create an Office of the Tenant Advocate in the Buildings Dept.

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 Constance Malcolm said Wednesday the mayor has not done enough on police reform. 

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Transit advocates and a top MTA board member have been pushing for the subsidized MetroCards for months.

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Officials, cultural groups and artists like the Talking Heads singer will rally at noon Monday.

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Minor crimes such as turnstile jumping could make immigrants vulnerable to deportation, O'Neill said.

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The Conflict of Interest Board said de Blasio's legal defense fundraising plan is limited by law.

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De Blasio's lawyer said it was fine to spend funds on campaigns, prosecutors say.

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The federal investigation has concluded without any charges, state and federal prosecutors announced.

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The NYPD's concerns about a bill to reveal their spying techniques are "overblown," sponsors said.

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Stringer said de Blasio's homelessness plan reboot is the most important speech of his mayoralty.

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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 city's overdose rate is three times as high as the murder rate, prompting police action. 

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City officials said the state should pay for them, but state officials have balked.