Mayor Michael Bloomberg this morning warned that the Board of Election's voting machine problems may mean New Yorkers won't know who their new mayor is until 2014.
The region is not doing enough to prepare for its future, which will depend on moving even more goods and more people in and out of New York City, according to Mayor Michael Bloomberg.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg this morning said that the only way to get rid of corruption in politics is to have "a revolution among the voters."(1)
Mayor Michael Bloomberg this morning tried to convince his radio show co-host John Gambling that sea levels are in fact rising.(1)
This morning, Mayor Michael Bloomberg called complaints about the process by which the governor passed gun control legislation "legitimate."(4)
Mayor Michael Bloomberg this morning described domestic drones as both frightening and inevitable.(78)
Mayor Michael Bloomberg this morning said he doubts the Board of Elections' ability to run this year's mayoral election.
"I don't know how they're gonna get through this," he said.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg this morning responded forcefully this morning to a UFT attempt to roll back mayoral control of city schools.(1)
Mayor Michael Bloomberg this morning explained the latest unemployment numbers, which breached 9 percent in January.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg this morning said he agreed with Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer's ban on telecommuting.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg this morning took issue with the premise that United States needed to balance its budget like a household.
Bloomberg: New York City 'three to ten times more compassionate than the other cities' on homelessness
Rising homelessness notwithstanding, Mayor Michael Bloomberg says that New York City is in fact far more compassionate toward the homeless than other major cities.(2)
Mayor Michael Bloomberg might be unilaterally lessening the penalties of weed possession in New York City, but he said today he is strongly opposed to its legalization.
The NAACP and the Hispanic Federation recently joined a beverage industry lawsuit to stop Mayor Michael Bloomberg's big-soda ban, something he described today as "an outright disgrace."
Mayor Michael Bloomberg today dismissed the field of politicians vying to replace him this year as "ridiculous," though he did make an exception for his long-time ally, City Council speaker Christine Quinn.