(AP) -- New York City Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio appointed a veteran of three administrations to be his deputy mayor for health and human services and promised a clean break from the homeless and poverty policies of outgoing Mayor Michael Bloomberg. De Blasio was elected on a central campaign promise to fight the city's widening income inequality -- which he dubbed "A tale of two cities"...

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