Bill and Hillary Clinton endorsed the mayoral campaign of Bill de Blasio this afternoon.
In an interview that aired on Sunday morning, President Obama said the United States was in a "better position" to prevent the use of chemical weapons in Syria as a result of a pending deal between the U.S. and Russia.
"This guy really did save this country and the whole developed world," Mayor Michael Bloomberg told a packed house at the TK theater last night on 59th Street.
Rep. Charlie Rangel said he'll attend a "strategy meeting" with Bill Thompson supporters this evening, to consider options for the second-place candidate.
A spokesman for Bill Thompson said the second-place finisher in Tuesday's primary has no public events today, and is spending the day attending private meetings.
After his preferred candidate went down to a humbling defeat in the city's Democratic primary last night, Mayor Michael Bloomberg lost two more races two time zones to the west.
For the first time in decades, Brooklyn will have a new district attorney.
Ken Thompson, a former federal prosecutor and private attorney with a penchant for high profile cases, defeated longtime incumbent Charles "Joe" Hynes on Tuesday night, after a bitter campaign that often devolved into personal attacks.
Joe Lhota won the Republican nomination for New York City mayor on Tuesday night, in a relatively easy victory over billionaire John Catsimatidis.
Bill de Blasio celebrated a big victory in New York's Democratic primary on Tuesday night, even as polls showed he might still require a run-off to the secure the nomination.
With a diplomatic resolution suddenly in sight, both of New York's senators say they're open to an alternative that avoids military intervention in the Syrian civil war.