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Today's Lead: Gladys Carrión Picked To Lead City's Child Services Agency
  

Dec 23, 2013

Declaring that “there is no higher calling than protecting children,” Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio named a state official to head the city’s Administration for Children's Services. Gladys Carrión, who is currently

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Today’s Lead: Council Bids Farewell to Quinn
  

Dec 20, 2013

In its final meeting of the year, the City Council bid a long farewell to eight-year Speaker Christine Quinn. For three hours, almost every Council member took the time to thank the speaker for her service. Quinn,

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Today's Lead: Council Speaker's Race Heats Up
  

Dec 18, 2013

Incoming-mayor Bill de Blasio has been phoning Council members in support of Melissa Mark-Viverito in the race for Council speaker, although he did skip a Christmas event of hers. She's

Today's Lead: Scrutinizing Bloomberg's Legacy
  

Dec 16, 2013

With only weeks left before the end of his tenure, Mayor Michael Bloomberg's legacy is being scrutinized anew. The Associated Press writes, "The city has never been safer or cleaner,

Today's Lead: Cuomo's Tax Relief Commission Ideas
  

Dec 11, 2013

Gov. Cuomo's tax relief commission recommended a package of tax reductions costing $2 billion over three years. Much of its tax-cutting attention went to the suburbs and upstate, including a