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Bloomberg's ban on big sodas is unconstitutional: appeals court

NEW YORK (Reuters) - New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg's controversial plan to keep large sugary drinks out of restaurants and other eateries was rejected by a state appeals court on Tuesday, which said he had overstepped his authority in trying to impose the ban.Full story

Bill de Blasio: ‘It’s time for Weiner to step aside’

  The NYC Democratic candidate joins Morning Joe to explain how he will turn the focus of the mayoral race back on service and schools. De Blasio also shares his thoughts on the “Stop and Frisk” policy calling it “corrosive.”

Justin Smith to serve as Bloomberg Media CEO

Bloomberg LP says that Justin B. Smith will serve as CEO of its media group, which includes its TV, radio, magazine and digital businesses around the world. Full story

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NYPD oversight plans vetoed; override vote due

Why Americans Became More Responsible About Spending Money

New York City mayor vetoes bills to limit stop-and-frisk policy

Bloomberg's legacy under fire for police tactics in NY City

In rebuff to Bloomberg, New York City Council curbs police power

New York Mayor Bloomberg slams bills limiting policing

Justice Dept steps into NYC stop-and-frisk lawsuit

Bloomberg targets political donations in latest gun-control push

Bloomberg Opens $75 Million Venture Capital Fund

U.S. court dismisses Bloomberg suit against swaps regulator

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  Here's what we should know this week

Steve Kornacki and the Up panel tells what we should know this week: San Diego Mayor Bob Filner faces allegations of sexual misconduct; John Lewis at Comic Con for his graphic novel called “March”; the Catholic Church tries to merge old school tradition with new school social media; and New York Gov

  Bloomberg going after Democrats who voted against gun control

New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg sent a letter to top Democratic donors to stop supporting those who voted against expanded background checks. Maggie Haberman, Basil Smikle, Josh Barro, and Maya Wiley join MSNBC's Steve Kornacki to discuss Bloomberg's strategy.

  Bloomberg’s new anti-gun tactic

The Up panel looks at New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s push to target Senate Democrats who voted against the universal background check bill, and why it’s scaring leaders in the Democratic party for 2014.

  What will it take for universal background checks to pass?

Michelle Bernard of the Bernard Center for Women, Politics & Public Policy, Rick Perlstein of The Nation magazine, George Zornick, also with The Nation, and CapitalNewYork.com’s Josh Benson talk with Steve Kornacki about prospects for new gun legislation.

  NRA sets its sights on a former ally

Despite a lifetime A rating from the NRA, the group has turned on Sen. Joe Manchin for supporting background checks.

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A Bloomberg terminal displays news while traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange

A Bloomberg terminal displays news while traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, May 16, 2013. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS MEDIA)

Traders work at Bloomberg terminals on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange
Traders work at Bloomberg terminals on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange

Traders work at Bloomberg terminals on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, May 13, 2013. Bloomberg LP customers, including the U.S. Federal Reserve and the U.S. Treasury, are examining whether there could have been leaks of confidential information, even as the media company restricted its rep