4 Things To Know For Jan. 24, 2016Here's a look at the four things you need to know for Jan. 24, 2016.
Questions The Iowa Caucuses Will AnswerOnly a week remains before the Iowa caucuses, the first contest in a tumultuous presidential campaign that has challenged long-held political assumptions.
St. Paul Among Cities Chosen In $42M Bloomberg InitiativeThirteen cities from Anchorage, Alaska, to Waco, Texas, are getting a hand from former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg to make better use of data. Bloomberg Philanthropies announced Thursday its latest round of "What Works Cities" selections.
Son Of Accent Signage Victim To Meet With NYC Mayor BloombergA Minneapolis high school student lost his dad in one of the worst workplace shootings in Minnesota history. Now, he will meet with other relatives and survivors of mass shootings and New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg to talk about taking action against gun violence.
Minn. Runner Talks On NYC Marathon’s CancellationThe New York City Marathon is now canceled. On Friday, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg canceled the race after criticism surged that this was not the time for a race while the area is recovering from superstorm Sandy.
NYC's Bloomberg: $500K To Gay Marriage Campaigns New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is donating $125,000 to defeat the constitutional gay marriage ban on Minnesota's November ballot.
Esme's Blog: Gay Marriage: New York Vs. MinnesotaWith four Republicans breaking with their party the measure passed 33-29. But this was no constitutional ban on gay marriage. This was the Republican Senate in New York state passing a measure to legalize gay marriage.