The new public advocate says she’ll “call out” anyone who stands in the way of progress. That includes the new mayor.
Everybody loves the former president. But he was no De Blasio Democrat.
He takes the oath, and observers weigh in on what it all means.
de Blasio’s pick for schools chancellor is a great first step toward changing the direction of school reform in New York. But it was just the first step.
The mayor-elect is getting pressure to include more blacks and Latinos among his appointments.
Forget what the talking heads tell you: our current mayor was often a lot more, and often a lot less, than just a manager.
It’s one thing to control a sensitive story about a child’s private struggles. It’s another to package it so slickly that a genuine and inspiring message gets drowned out.
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