New York City won a bid for a federal appeals court to return lawsuits over stop-and-frisk police tactics to a lower court while Mayor Bill de Blasio’s administration pursues a settlement over the practice.
New York City withdrew its consent for police unions to intervene in a legal dispute over stop-and- frisk tactics, two weeks after Mayor Bill de Blasio announced a settlement of a lawsuit over the practice.
As Manhattan developers plan millions of square feet of office towers featuring the most modern amenities, some of their biggest potential tenants have decided they’re better off staying in their current homes.
New York Mayor Bill de Blasio presents his first budget this week, and unions that backed his election will be watching to see how he intends to deal with expired contracts for almost 300,000 workers. An unexpected surplus as big as $4 billion may make his job more difficult.
U.S. employers probably added more than twice as many workers to payrolls in January than the prior month while the jobless rate held at a five-year low of 6.7 percent, data in the coming week may show.
New York police unions seek to block Mayor Bill de Blasio from ending lawsuits over stop-and-frisk tactics, telling an appeals court that a judge’s rulings in the cases should be voided because they were “fatally flawed.”