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Topic - Rudolph Giuliani
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg said Friday that he hopes the administration of his successor, Bill de Blasio, "is even better" than his own.
Public Advocate Bill de Blasio has been elected mayor of New York, becoming the first Democrat since 1989 to be chosen to lead the nation's largest city.
The "work hard, play hard" mantra of Wall Street has resulted in a rapidly growing number of "sober minders," whose sole responsibility is to help top executives steer clear of their vices.
The mother grabbed her two boys and fled their home as it filled with water, hoping to outrun Superstorm Sandy.
In all of modern American politics, there is perhaps no phenomenon more bizarre than the loyal following of Ron Paul. The candidate has a rare set of ideas, and he is not a particularly compelling speaker. Yet many of his fans would take a bullet for him.
The makers of a documentary on radical Islam are defending their work after Mayor Michael Bloomberg criticized the showing of it where police officers were gathered.
The city notorious as the most dangerous in the hemisphere is throwing a party to tell the world that life here is getting better.
A serious crisis creates a true test of leadership -- and in some parts of the world, the tests are more difficult than in others.
"This city is a city where we have to go on," he said.
"Take care of yourself in Charlotte," Giuliani said.