Remember meForgot password?
    Log in with Twitter

Michael bloomberg News

Op-Ed: NYPD union has history of turning its back on mayors

New York City - "I want all of my family and my brother officers to know that in the event of my death, the mayor should be denied attendance of my memorial service, as his attendance would only bring disgrace to my memory," read the flier passed out among NYPD cops.

New York City Mayor Bloomberg targeted with ricin letter

New York - New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg appears to have been the target of a ricin attack after a letter his office received tested positive for the deadly toxin.

Bloomberg calls for reinterpretation of American constitution

Mayor Michael Bloomberg has said that interpretations of the American constitution would have to "change" in the wake of the Boston Marathon bomb attacks.

NYC soda ban overturned, then appealed

New York - For months, Mayor Michael Bloomberg tried to limit the size of sodas that are sold within the boundaries of New York City. Just one day before the ban was to take effect, Justice Milton Tingling halted what was to take place.

US investment 'invaluable' to Ireland's economic recovery

Enda Kenny the Taoiseach (hence Prime Minister) of the Republic of Ireland attended a breakfast with New York's mayor Michael Bloomberg today and stated that US investment has been "invaluable" for Ireland's steady economic recovery.

Op-Ed: Take this butter, soda and sugar from my cold, dead hands

Toronto - Perhaps it's the libertarian in me, but I am just about sick and tired with government issuing bans, prohibitions and mandates. Whether it's my neighbours to the south or in the igloos of the north, politicians want to tell me how to live.

Barbara Walters' triumphant return to The View

New York - Barbara Walters, who has returned to the Alphabet Network's hit program The View after recovering for six weeks from a concussion and chicken pox, received a heartfelt welcome from her sister co-anchors along with Mayor Bloomberg and Regis Philbin.

Sen. Diane Feinstein throws down the gauntlet on gun control

Democratic Senator Diane Feinstein of California, when talking on Sunday, said that Democrats will introduce new gun control legislation on the first day of the new US Congress.

Report: Mayor Bloomberg considering Financial Times acquisition

New York - Is New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg in the midst of purchasing the Financial Times? A new report came out Monday that suggested the billionaire media mogul is considering buying the print news outlet.

NYC Mayor Bloomberg signs emergency order to ration gas

New York - Today New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg signed an emergency order to ration gasoline. The ration system will impact all five city boroughs and will operate on the odd-even license plate system for gas purchases.

N.Y.C. Board of Health approves supersize sugary drink ban

New York - The New York City Board of Health approved a controversial motion today to ban large-sized sugary drinks in restaurants, movie theatres and other public venues.

N.Y.C. Mayor wants hospitals to lock up baby formula

New York - New York City's Mayor Bloomberg is reportedly pushing hospitals to keep baby formula under lock and key so a higher percentage of women will decide to breastfeed.

Op-Ed: Ray Kelly's NYPD — Still worthy of the public's trust?

New York - A litany of abuses, civil rights violations, official misconduct as well as allegations of brutality and corruption has left many wondering if the New York City Police Department (NYPD) is still worthy of the public's trust?

FBI smashes gun ring operated by rogue NYPD cops

New York - The FBI busted eight NYPD cops this past Tuesday on charges of running a million dollar weapons trafficking operation that involved the transport of high-powered assault rifles and other contraband across state lines from New Jersey into New York City.

SNL's Bloomberg addresses Occupy Wall Street in Manhattan pitch

NBC's 'Saturday Night Live' featured a cold open with an interpretation of an explanatory speech by Mayor Michael Bloomberg on the Occupy Wall Street movement and on pitching the Big Apple.

'Ground Zero' mosque opens without much controversy

New York - The Islamic Community Center located blocks away from where the Twin Towers once stood, and commonly referred to as the ground zero mosque, has officially opened, celebrating the day with an art exhibit that features children representing 171 ethnicities.

New York City Opera leaving Lincoln Center, cutting budget

New York - The New York City Opera board has made some drastic decisions, including staff cuts and to limit the number of performances. The 68-year-old organization has also decided to leave the Lincoln Center two years after its $107 million renovation.

Will Mayor Michael Bloomberg be the next U.S. Treasury Secretary?

New York - During a CNBC broadcast, anchor Larry Kudlow stated that he had dinner with a "deep political insider" who told him that the "deal is done" for New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg to be the next Treasury Secretary.

Schwarzenegger Joins in Support of Health Care Reform

Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger of California expresses his support of President Obama's push for health care reform Tuesday joining an increasing number of prominent Republicans.

Poll: Michael Bloomberg with a double-digit lead over rival

In a controversial bid for a third term, Independent Mayor Michael Bloomberg has a strong lead over rival New York City Comptroller William Thompson.

Op-Ed: Does No 'Freedom Tower' Name Symbolize What We Have Become?

The symbol, at its most basic level, transcends the rational mind because it contains the most ancient of meanings and codes, lost to modern awareness, yet still acting upon the collective consciousness.

Search Digital Journal Archives

Set up a news alert for

Michael bloomberg

Michael bloomberg Image