The latest news on Bloomberg, Michael
There is nothing new about using Air Force One as a promotional tool.
Paterson is telling those who want a hasty decision to chill out.
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg defends Caroline Kennedy as Clinton's replacement.
R&B-hip-hop giant Usher joins Laura Bush on 9/11 to promote the ServiceNation Summit.
Obama may pick a vice president with more national security experience.
Johnson is eying New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg as something of a role model.
The planned shutdowns may spell the end of an era for New York.
Fuhgedaboudit. That's the official verdict this morning from New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg about the possibility of a third-party presidential run. In an op-ed in the New York Times, Bloomberg writes: "I listened carefully to those who encouraged me to run, but I am not — and will not be -- a candidate for president. I have watched this campaign unfold, and I am hopeful that the current campaigns can rise to the challenge by offering truly independent leadership."
Oklahoma conclave brings together possible candidate Bloomberg and other middle-roaders.
What's ahead for New York's radical plan for relieving traffic.