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Bill de Blasio’s victory as mayor of New York spoke much about New York’s view of an increasingly multicultural America, experts say.
Bill de Blasio was elected New York City's first Democratic mayor in two decades.
Despite what conservatives try to argue, Black people do vote for white candidates.
Despite an appeals court blocking the reforms ordered by a federal judge in the stop and frisk program, the practice is slowly coming to an end.
New York City mayoral candidate Bill Thompson conceded the Democratic primary race to front-runner Bill de Blasio.
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg said in an interview that one leading Democrat vying to replace him is running a "racist" campaign based on "class warfare."
A Republican candidate for mayor of New York City remembers Rudolph Giuliani in a way that is counter to the recollections of many Black New Yorkers.