Vice President Joe Biden met with Mayor Bloomberg and families from Newtown, Conn., Thursday to talk about the need for new federal gun laws as advocates slam Senate Democrats' decision to drop an assault weapons ban from the gun-control package they plan to consider next month.
NewsBusted takes a comedic look at the headlines from last week.
Like the proverbial monkey typing for infinity and getting Shakespeare, Mayor Bloomberg's obsession with reforming New Yorkers' health has finally produced a brilliant ad campaign.
A judge struck down New York City's ban on big sugary drinks just hours before it was due to take effect, handing a defeat to Mayor Michael Bloomberg and creating confusion for restaurants that had already begun making changes.
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg says what his group, Mayors Against Illegal Guns, is trying to do is give voters information to balance the information the National Rifle Association is giving them.
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg addresses the controversy over a the trial of al Qaeda propagandist Sulaiman Abu Ghaith in Manhattan, saying, "From a security point of view, it doesn't make much difference."
Mayor Mike Bloomberg's health crusade is now expanded to your ears. His new social media campaign, it's going to warn people to turn down the volume on their headphones or risk permanent hearing loss. City health officials are planning a social media campaign that will cost $250,000 to warn people about the risk of hearing loss from listening to loud music through their headphones.
Random thoughts on the passing scene:
According to New York City’s mayor Bloomberg, the government’s highest duty is to promote healthy eating. His cause has been taken up by a growing number of politicians who want to ensure that all Americans are “normal” weight.
In an interview with CNN's Anderson Cooper, New York Mayor Bloomberg said Obama's gun ban would not have stopped the fatal shootings at Sandy Hook, however he still believes in the importance of having fewer guns.
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg calls out gun lobby for using the 2nd Amendment to stop gun regulations.
New York’s penal code makes it a felony to practice medicine without a license. I suspect, however, that one potential defendant who is proposing to do just that, will escape prosecution. Meet “Mayor Bloomberg, M.D.”
If you see Kris Kristofferson around, please tell him thanks for writing the line "freedom's just another word for nothing left to lose" in his song "Me and Bobby McGee." That thought is sage and very appropriate for America in the year 2013.