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Mayor Bill de Blasio said terror suspect Sayfullo Saipov should be spared the death penalty.
Monday's talk with Mike Cernovich went as planned, but protests raged on the Columbia campus.
The Community Board promoted a campaign fundraising event in its weekend events roundup.
Two people were arrested protesting the project before the commission voted 11 to one to approve it.
"You gotta do something about that, Mr. Mayor," Sanders joked to de Blasio about the wait for the train.
The Bedford-Union Armory plan would have virtually no impact on the area, an environmental report found.
Kathleen Springer got a thirst for politics after campaigning to restore the Astoria Park pool.
Fund can be used by buildings that agree to remain in the affordable housing program for 20 years.
Attorney Zellnor Myrie is running against the Brooklyn state senator in 2018.
CB9 was sued over the hiring of Carmen Martinez for the $100,000-a-year administrative job.
The mayor announced the revamped plan at an East Flatbush supportive housing complex.
Councilman Mark Treyger says he's drafting city legislation outlawing cops from having on-the-job sex.
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