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Builder de Blasio bets on density

"The problem with Michael Bloomberg is that he turned the city over to developers,'' said an acquaintance of mine recently in a discussion of the former mayor's legacy. "No,'' I replied, "he didn't.... To view the full story, click the title link.

This Is the Most Fashionable Thing de Blasio’s Ever Done

4 days agoLifestyle / Fashion : The Cut

While Mayor Bloomberg didn't exactly have an adversarial relationship toward la mode — he was no stranger to a Fashion's Night Out appearance — he never invited designers over to his house for canapés. De Blasio is going to do just that on Wednesday night. The statuesque mayor will mingle with designers... More »

Is It Okay to Make a Fortune If You Give it All Away?

Mike Bloomberg, the 16th richest human in the world, is no longer the mayor of NYC. He is merely a private citizen who made $6 billion last year. He says he wants to give his fortune away before he dies. Is that enough to make him good? Read more...

LOVETT: Out of office, Mayor Michael Bloomberg hasn’t given Senate Republicans a dime

Senate Republicans have lost a big weapon in their fight against the Democrats for control of the chamber: former Mayor Michael Bloomberg.

Bloomberg's Impoverished Poverty Eradication Plan

Since finally leaving his New York mayor's throne to someone far less princely, Mike Bloomberg is spending his time jetting around the world playing big shot with his bags of cash and, like all bullies, an unhealthy disdain for anyone who disagrees with him. Show More Summary

Bill de Blasio's $42M school bus worker proposal passes City Council

Mayor de Blasio's proposal to give $42 million to school bus workers who took pay cuts under the Bloomberg administration passed the City Council Thursday — with reservations.

Rahm Emanuel Backs Bloomberg, Slams NRA's 'Attacks'

Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel tweeted his support and praise for the gun control efforts of Michael Bloomberg and Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America on Thursday. Bloomberg has pledged $50 million to help get gun control candidates...Show More Summary

Rahm Emanuel defends Michael Bloomberg in wake of NRA criticism

Mayor Rahm Emanuel voiced support on Twitter for Michael Bloomberg after the National Rifle Association purchased ad time to attack the former New York mayor's gun control work.

12 years of data from New York City suggest stop-and-frisk wasn’t that effective

In 2002, when Michael Bloomberg first took office as mayor of New York City, the controversial law enforcement policy known as "stop-and-frisk" led to 97,296 encounters on the city's street. Police stopped — and sometimes frisked — pedestrians on any number of suspicious grounds: Their movements seemed "furtive," as if they were casing a victim, […]

CBS Defends Michael Bloomberg From NRA, Claims They Are ‘Getting Personal’

On Wednesday, August 20, CBS This Morning promoted a new ad campaign by the National Rifle Association “going after former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg” a major gun control advocate. During the news brief, CBS’s Ben Tracy played up how one ad is “getting personal. Show More Summary

NRA targets former NYC Mayor Mike Bloomberg with aggressive new ad

He's long gone from office, but the National Rifle Association has Mike Bloomberg on its mind.

Senate control could rest with well-funded women

WASHINGTON (AP) — Control of the Senate could lie in the fortunes of female candidates and the deep-pocketed donors, like former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, who are sending piles of cash their way.

McConnell In Another Bloomberg Controversy

The National Rifle Association just sent out a non-candidate approved mailer in Kentucky stating, "'Senator Mitch McConnell will stop the “gun control agenda” of President Obama and former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg'". So far, so good. Show More Summary

Celebrated Sculptor Getting Kicked Out Of Apartment After Landlord Allegedly Lied

An immigrant sculptor whose work has been hailed by former Mayor Bloomberg as having "made an indelible impact on the creative life of our City and beyond," is now being evicted from his Diamond District home after his landlord misled him about his rent-stabilized status. Show More Summary

Quotes: NYC Mayor De Blasio Praises Predecessor For Common Core Focus

They were right to focus on the Common Core curriculum. -- NYC Mayor De Blasio on Bloomberg decisions that led to NYC test score increases (WNYC Five Things You Need to Know About NYC Scores on State Tests)

THE SCIENCE WAS SUPPOSED TO BE SETTLED! Remember when they said salt was bad for you? Yeah, not so…

THE SCIENCE WAS SUPPOSED TO BE SETTLED! Remember when they said salt was bad for you? Yeah, not so much. “So the takeaway is that Mayor Bloomberg ought to be leading Kazakstan. Works for me.”

Victory by Pro-Gun Sheriff Underscores the Limits of Bloomberg’s Clout

Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg may have wanted him out of a job, but Sheriff David Clarke Jr. still managed to pull off a primary victory Tuesday.

Sheriff David Clarke Defeats Bloomberg's Anti-Gun Money, Wins Milwaukee County Primary

Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg's dollars have been defeated again, this time in Wisconsin. Despite Bloomberg dumping $150,000...

Famed scupltor evicted from his Midtown home

A world-renowned sculptor — who former Mayor Bloomberg once hailed as an example of “the boundless potential of the New York immigrant experience” — is being booted from his midtown home.

Bloomberg Money Fails to Defeat Milwaukee Pro-Gun Sheriff

On August 12, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin residents went to the polls and handed pro-gun rights Sheriff David Clarke a victory. Breitbart News reported former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg had dumped $150,000 into the race in hopes...Show More Summary

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