Azi Paybarah

Bratton: New York better than L.A. on homelessness:

"If New York thinks it has it bad, New York’s got probably one of the best situations in the country compared to other cities I’ve seen,” NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton said in a radio interview Sunday.

Bio: Azi Paybarah is a reporter for Capital. He has covered politics for The New York Observer, WNYC, The New York Sun and the New York Press.

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Brooklyn borough president heads to China

"The purpose of the trip is to mutually promote economic development and tourism between Brooklyn and China."

May. 22, 2014

 
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Bratton launches ‘automated survey’ of NYPD, public

The commissioner has begun a survey of NYPD employees, and the public's attitude toward them.

May. 22, 2014

 
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Capital Playbook: Hillary’s Payday - nearly $5M on speaking tour

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May. 22, 2014

 
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City Hall Pro: Adams in China; De Blasio’s housing plans

City Hall Pro: Adams in China; De Blasio’s housing plans

May. 22, 2014

 
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Poll: Rangel, below 50, leads Espaillat by 9

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May. 21, 2014

 
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Bratton: City on pace for fewest murders ever

Police commissioner touts crime-fighting efforts

 

May. 21, 2014

 
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Espaillat gets Bill Thompson endorsement, despite Rangel history

Incumbent endorsed former comptroller for mayor

May. 21, 2014

 
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Capital Playbook-- Poll: Cuomo leads shrinks, if challenged on the left

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May. 21, 2014

 
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City Hall Pro: Bratton rebuffs a Council call; Rangel nets 1199

City Hall Pro: Bratton rebuffs a Council call; Rangel nets 1199

May. 21, 2014

 
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Leaked memo suggests low bar for police frisks

'You cannot trumpet that you want to be transparent and then investigate people who want to talk to the public'

May. 21, 2014