It is the first city in the U.S. to do so.
Bill de Blasio
"If someone has done something wrong, but not rising to a criminal level, it's perfectly appropriate for an NYPD officer to talk to them."
More than 4,100 people died of COVID-19 yesterday across the country, but some New York medical providers are dumping vaccines instead of putting them in people's arms.
The United States was virtually alone in keeping schools closed this fall. As a result, public education—and cities—may never look the same.
This is not your older brother's "Libertarian Moment," caution Reason Roundtable podcasters.
The newest lockdown, which explicitly targets religious gatherings, seems likely to further skepticism of public health directives.
Peace will come only from leaving other people alone on the condition that they do the same for us.
He also refused to apologize.
The city’s contact-tracing efforts don’t appear to be going well, so prepare for more top-down mandates with confusing justifications.
Worried about how the latest COVID-19 workaround might exacerbate inequality? Maybe open the damned elementary schools instead.
The media's fawning interviews obscure the New York governor's record.
New York's Pandemic-Inspired Restrictions on Church and Synagogue Services Are Unconstitutional, a Federal Judge Rules
U.S. District Judge Gary Sharpe finds that the state's COVID-19 control measures arbitrarily discriminate against religious conduct.
Phase 2 of Bill de Blasio's plan lets 300,000 New Yorkers start working again. But not all of them will rush back to the office.
Democratic Leaders Praise George Floyd Protesters, Show Utter Contempt for Everyone Else Still in Lockdown
Bill de Blasio and Phil Murphy evince little sympathy for nail salon owners or Jewish mourners.
On the same day Brooklyn’s Hasidic Jews came out for a funeral, hundreds were gathering elsewhere in New York City to watch a military flyover.
They ignored early warning signs and pretended that everything would be OK.
A hapless mayor and overpraised governor made false promises, gave inaccurate health information, and helped turn Gotham into the pandemic's epicenter, according to The New York Times
"We have the capacity to keep this contained," Mayor Bill de Blasio told New Yorkers on March 2.
Scientists, teachers, and parents are asking: Why is one of the most coronavirus-impacted cities keeping its schools open "at all cost"?
City reports and industry find taxes, regulation, and permitting delays are often a bigger drag on small businesses than rising rents.
Plus: The UAW is on strike, Josh Hawley meets with Mark Zuckerberg, and more...
Chicago, Los Angeles, and New York City all have some easily identifiable management problems.
Forcing future Americans to do manual labor that could be automated isn't "saving" them from job losses. It's trapping them in jobs that could be made more efficient, more productive, and more rewarding.
"It was the year 2019, and everybody was finally equal."
Chanters demand NYPD Officer Daniel Pantaleo's firing.
Democratic candidates are selling out their constituents to advance their careers.
Democrats repudiate their own recent past and seek to restrict educational choices for poorer kids.
Bill de Blasio is running for president, and police unions are chasing him.
Bill de Blasio: "We are supposed to break up big corporations when they're not serving our democracy."
Widely Unpopular Bill de Blasio Leads Major Crackdown on Highly Popular Ice Cream Trucks Over Unpaid Parking Tickets
New York's parking regulations make numerous traffic tickets just another cost of doing business for the city's food trucks.
Bill de Blasio's coming humiliation is just the latest evidence of the outer-borough president's revenge on Manhattan.
The mayor of America's largest city is openly contemptuous of private property rights.
More than half of the 120 defendants in a notorious 2016 police raid were never even alleged to be gang members.
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New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio's anti-plastic executive order will be a pain for taxpayers and city workers alike.
Watch Nick Gillespie discuss this on Fox Business's Kennedy show tonight at 9.30 P.M. E.T.
New Yorkers don't want him. Why would the rest of the country?
But history suggests he's the anachronism.
Good intentions do not always lead to good outcomes.