1. De Blasio took the oath of office moments after midnight Wednesday in front of his home in Brooklyn.
Bill de Blasio, right, is sworn in as the mayor of New York City by State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, left, while his family watches.
2. The ceremony was captured on video.
“This is the beginning of a road we will travel together,” the new mayor said after swearing in.
De Blasio’s inauguration ceremony will be held at noon Wednesday where he’ll be sworn-in again by former President Bill Clinton on the steps of City Hall using a Bible once owned by President Franklin Delano Roosevelt.
- U.S. presidential candidate Ted Cruz ended his campaign after losing Indiana's primary to Donald Trump. Bernie Sanders won on the Democratic side.
- A massive wildfire is threatening the capital of Canada's oilsands industry, and tens of thousands of people have been ordered to evacuate.
- Smash hit "Hamilton" received 16 Tony Award nominations, breaking the record held by "The Producers" and "Billy Elliot."