The disturbing rumor, sparked by QAnon conspiracy theorists, claimed the media mogul had been arrested as part of a global sex trafficking ring.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo has declared a state of emergency after 21 new people tested positive for the virus across the state.
After a dismal performance on Super Tuesday, billionaire Michael Bloomberg has decided to end his campaign.
During Michael Bloomberg's first debate, Warren continuously pressured the former mayor to release former employees from their NDAs with him.
In the hours after Wednesday night's Democratic primary debate, "Ether" began trending thanks to Elizabeth Warren's takedown of former NYC mayor Mike Bloomberg.
The Human Rights Campaign has called on the former New York City mayor to apologize for the comments he made just last year.
The former New York City mayor is expected to take the Democratic presidential debate stage on Wednesday in Las Vegas
Bloomberg has made promises to help Black people with no specifics and issued an apology that was shallow and dubiously timed.
Audio surfaced from a 2015 speech in Colorado where Bloomberg could be heard defending stop and frisk, claiming 95% of "murders and murderers and murder victims" are young men and teens of color.
The Georgia congresswoman, whose son was killed by a White man during an argument about loud music, threw her support behind Bloomberg.
In the tiny town of Dixville Notch, New Hampshire, three of its five residents select Bloomberg as a write-in candidate.
Bowser hailed the 2020 presidential candidate as a "problem-solver with a proven track record of getting things done."
Bloomberg Regains His Memory On Exonerated Five: 'These Men Were In Jail For A Crime They Did Not Commit'
When CBS News reporter Tim Perry asked Bloomberg on Monday if his position had changed since his administration dedicated resources to fighting against the Exonerated Five's civil suit, he responded that he had "no idea."
Michael Bloomberg Admits To Exploiting Prison Labor To Make 2020 Campaign Phone Calls: 'We Didn't Know'
“We didn’t know about this and we never would have allowed it if we had,” Bloomberg spokesperson Julie Wood said. “We don’t believe in this practice and we’ve now ended our relationship with the subcontractor in question.”
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg apologized before the congregation of a Black megachurch for supporting stop-and-frisk policing.