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Deputy Chief Michael Harrington becomes the third high-ranking official to jump ship this week.

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Police will now have discretion on how they deal with issues such as public urination.

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A vote coming Wednesday on the Criminal Justice Reform Act of 2016 will also affect littering and noise.

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Bill de Blasio wants to keep some of his email private.  Michael Bloomberg did that, too.

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Good government groups say the mayor is limiting transparency in his administration.

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

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The move comes after the lifting of a deed restriction on the Lower East Side led to a lucrative sale.

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The Campaign for One New York won't say who donated money and then asked for it back.

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Commissioner Bill Bratton's hand-picked choice to clean up the unit retired after two weeks on the job.

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Rebecca Katz and Hayley Prim received the OK from the city ethics board but some question the decision.

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De Blasio says a memo on his fundraising was a political ploy. But the feds were already on it.

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

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An attorney for the Campaign for One New York has refused to cooperate with a state ethics commission.

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One of the mayor's deputy directors got the OK to consult for Bridge Career Centers LLC.

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Characters would also be required to confirm their identities to officials by removing their masks.