Mayor Adams hits the ground running in first day and promises to ‘get stuff done’ as New York City’s 110th mayor
Eric Adams is poised to become New York's second Black mayor

NEW YORK — His first day on the job has been a doozy — and it’s not over yet. Eric Adams, New York City’s newly minted 110th mayor, kicked off his morning waiting for the J train with a call to 911 after witnessing a fight. He then gave his first speech to New Yorkers — remotely from City Hall’s Blue Room. After that, he headed to New York-Prebyterian/Weill Cornell to check on a cop who’d been shot earlier in the morning. And it wasn’t even 2 o’clock yet. But Adams — just hours after being sworn in at the Times Square New Year’s Eve ball drop — exuded hope Saturday in the face of a resurgent C...