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With Bratton Pick for Top Cop, De Blasio Gets Conservative
It's a choice meant to reassure the city's nervous elites.
De Blasio Fills Three Top Posts — But Not Top Cop
Bill Bratton will just have to wait.
Is Bloomberg’s Balanced Budget a Gift or a Curse for De Blasio?
It might force Mayor Bill to play the bad guy.
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Q&A: The Man Behind the Talking Transition ‘Think Tent’ Spills His Secrets
The budget? "In the single-digit millions." And, no, Soros hasn't been there.
Bill de Blasio Announces Transition Team, Starring Cynthia Nixon [Updated]
Plus 59 other very qualified people.
Can De Blasio Keep Up Bloomberg’s Governors Island Legacy?
The space, transformed under Bloomberg, represents the best parts of the modern city.
The New Mayor’s Frenemies
The politics of Bill de Blasio’s signature issues are about to get personal.
New York Is a One-Party Town Again
Democrats' crushing win last night ends the aberrant Giuliani-Bloomberg era.
Without Bloomberg’s Deep Pockets, De Blasio Needs a ‘Few of the Right Liberal Rich Guys’
The billionaire mayor could fund his own hype.
Ray Kelly’s Complicated Legacy
Let's revisit this matter in 2025.
The 99% Mayor
Bill de Blasio’s promise may also be his problem.
De Blasio Enters the Big Money Phase of His Campaign
Breakfasting with hedge-fund managers.
Tale of One or Two Cities
Who, between Joe Lhota and Bill de Blasio, is the uniter, and who’s the divider? Depends on whom you ask.
Bill de Blasio’s Full-Spectrum Victory
He has redefined what it means to assemble a diverse coalition.
Keep an Eye on Anthony Weiner’s Share of the Vote Tomorrow — No, Really
It could be one of the best indicators of whether there will be a runoff.
In Conversation: Michael Bloomberg
The mayor has harsh words for Bill de Blasio, rebuts the charge that he’s in the tank for the wealthy, questions just how poor the poor really are, and considers (for the first time) what he might like named after him.
Autocrat for the People
When the richest man in the city is also the one who runs it. An assessment of an extraordinary era.
Bill de Blasio Has Crossed the Magic 40 Percent Threshold in a New Poll
Thompson and Quinn might want to bring out the big guns at tonight's debate.
De Blasio Jumps to Huge Lead in New Poll — But Don’t Make Too Much of It
There are at least six good reasons to question the size of that lead.