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Saturday marks the first anniversary of one of the saddest days in American history. While the families of the victims and the Newtown, Conn., community have asked the media to stay away during the memorial, gun-control activists are shamelessly using Dec. 14 to push their own agenda.
The widening income gap between the rich and the poor is killing the American dream, say respondents in a new Bloomberg poll.
Note to self: If you're a businessman who makes billions by selling workout wear to women, you might not want to blame a product fault on fat females.
A Texas woman has pleaded guilty to sending ricin-laced letters to President Barack Obama and New York Mayor Mike Bloomberg.
Gun control groups are in full-blown campaign mode in this week leading up to the anniversary of the Newtown tragedy. However, the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence and the Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence became defensive when asked about the the first successful statewide recall elections in Colorado.
The lousy sign-up website cost a bundle, a fact that will not disappear no matter how much the White House pivots from one issue to the next to deflect public interest away from Obamacare.
More than 180 ciudades, villes and other cities have expressed interest so far in vying for big cash prizes in New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg's first innovation contest for European cities, his foundation said, with two months left to sign up.
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg was golfing in Bermuda on Sunday while Gov. Andrew Cuomo and local officials rushed to the scene of a deadly train derailment in the Bronx, the Wall Street Journal reported.
In the wake of the frantic Black Friday, shoppers are clicking their way to more deals with Cyber Monday. It's an easy way to buy products and find the deals. And that easiness may increase with Amazon's latest idea.
Happy Thanksgiving; here’s a placemat. Now go talk about the need to clamp down on guns. That’s outgoing New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s holiday message to families, with a new Mayors Against Illegal Guns-designed placemat for children.
The rising power of Russia's Vladimir Putin was in stark display this week as he commanded an audience with Pope Francis — and then forced the pontiff to wait for almost an hour for the face-to-face meeting.
The inspector general of Amtrak, a publicly funded railroad serving more than 500 destinations in 46 states, revealed that the company is still losing tens of millions of taxpayer dollars a year on food and beverage services.
It wasn't that long ago when a Democratic politician would run away in earnest from being called a liberal.
D.C. Mayor Vincent C. Gray apparently wants to be Mayor Bloomberg when he grows up. And it's not just about Big Gulps. The mayor wants to ban drink cups of all sizes, so long as they're made of convenient Styrofoam. That's a headache for coffee drinkers and businesses in the nation's capital. Coffee is to the capital what aviation fuel is to the airlines, and banning Styrofoam cups wouldn't reduce waste very much.
Chinese shoppers flocked to online retailers on Monday for Singles' Day — one day out of the year that e-tailers have dedicated to singles splurging on themselves.