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Gravestone of late Mayor Koch had birth date wrong

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Former Mayor Ed Koch was 88 years old when he died in February, despite what his gravestone said. Full story

Mayor Ed Koch remembered for ‘chutzpah’

   New York Mayor Ed Koch’s memorial service was held Monday, and his casket was carried out to the song popularized by Frank Sinatra, “New York, New York.” NBC’s Brian Williams has more.

Feb. 4: Nightly News Monday broadcast

   Alabama hostage situation ends; Gas prices increase earlier than usual; Obama pushes for expanded gun control laws; Chris Kyle, celebrated sniper, killed by fellow soldier; Kerry: ‘I have big heels to fill’; Malala, 15, thankful for prayers; Happy 100th birthday, Rosa Parks; Mayor Ed Koch remembered

Remembering a legend

New York City says goodbye to the "people's mayor". Full story

Damage from the fringe: How will GOP regroup before future elections?

   Commentary Magazine's John Podhoretz joins Morning Joe to discuss the death of former New York City Mayor Ed Koch, the newly-established Conservative Victory Project, fringe vs. mainstream GOP candidates and entitlement reform.

City says goodbye to Ed Koch, ‘the people’s mayor’

   The Cycle hosts talk about former NYC Mayor Ed Koch’s legacy. At his funeral early on Monday, former President Clinton said, “he had a big brain, but he had a bigger heart” and many will miss him.

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Qotebox: New Yorkers react to death of former Mayor Ed Koch

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  Remembering 'Mayor for Life’ Ed Koch

Rev. Al Sharpton honors the memory of former New York City Mayor Ed Koch, who died Friday at the age of 88.

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Former President of the United States Bill Clinton talks with supporters and signs autographs after the funeral of former New York City Mayor Ed Koch in New York, on Feb. 4, 2013.

Anna Shapiro looks at her phone as she holds a sign to propose a name change for the 77th Street subway station to "Mayor Edward I. Koch Way" in honor of the late former New York Mayor Ed Koch in New York
Anna Shapiro looks at her phone as she holds a sign to propose a name change for the 77th Street subway station to "Mayor Edward I. Koch Way" in honor of the late former New York Mayor Ed Koch in New York

Anna Shapiro looks at her phone as she holds a sign to propose a name change for the 77th Street subway station to "Mayor Edward I. Koch Way" in honor of the late former New York Mayor Ed Koch in New York, February 4, 2013. Koch, the voluble three-term mayor who helped bring New York back from the b

A woman dressed in fur stands behind New York Police Department officers outside the funeral services of former New York Mayor Ed Koch in New York
A woman dressed in fur stands behind New York Police Department officers outside the funeral services of former New York Mayor Ed Koch in New York

A woman dressed in fur stands behind New York Police Department officers outside the funeral services of former New York Mayor Ed Koch in New York, February 4, 2013. Koch, the voluble three-term mayor who helped bring New York back from the brink of fiscal ruin in the 1970s and came to embody the ci

New York Police officers carry the casket of former New York Mayor Ed Koch following his funeral services in New York
New York Police officers carry the casket of former New York Mayor Ed Koch following his funeral services in New York

New York Police officers carry the casket of former New York Mayor Ed Koch following his funeral services in New York, February 4, 2013. Koch, the voluble three-term mayor who helped bring New York back from the brink of fiscal ruin in the 1970s and came to embody the city with his wry, outspoken st