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After a New Jersey city passed a law threatening one of Airbnb’s most lucrative markets, the company joined an effort to overturn the legislation at the ballot box
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Emma G. Fitzsimmons 3h
“It’s about damn time.” Citi Bike is finally coming to the Bronx (and Washington Heights) early next year.
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Breaking News: El Chapo has been sentenced to life in prison, ending his notorious criminal career
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Don’t expect robotic cars in New York City soon. But in controlled, less chaotic environments, driverless technology is becoming a viable option. takes a look:
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A writer and publisher who had lost his sight, Steve Cannon opened the door to his East Village townhouse to a revolving cast of painters, poets, musicians and others for years of meandering conversation
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Today in New York Today: •Mayor de Blasio is being criticized for his handling of the Eric Garner case •An expert found that NYC housing policy deepens segregation •Batman is a crime fighter and, now, a Hall of Fame inductee
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“It’s a great New York story"
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How New York’s transit hubs became the center of a drug crisis
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Luis Ferré-Sadurní 21h
UPDATED: New York landlords, balking at new rent laws, have filed a federal lawsuit challenging the entire rent-regulation system as unconstitutional.
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The scholar, writer, editor, curator and AIDS activist Douglas Crimp moved in two cultures, the alternative-art world and the Lower Manhattan gay community. He has died at 74.
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Citi Bike, New York's bike-share program, has long been criticized for failing to reach large swaths of the city and for catering to wealthy New Yorkers. Now it is finally expanding into the Bronx.
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The scramble to get information and mobilize Times editors and reporters when the NYC blackout hit, as seen through real-time direct messages
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Benjamin Weiser 17h
NEW: FBI Lab report filed in case of Cesar Sayoc, who mailed 16 pipe bombs to Trump critics, says the devices "would not have functioned" because of a bad fuzing system but couldn't say if that was the "result of poor design or the intent of the builder."
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NEW: 1/2 Jeffrey Epstein's laywers told a judge Tuesday that a fake passport found in his safe was for "personal protection" -- "only to be presented to potential kidnapers, hijackers, or terrorists should violent episodes occur."
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He’s gay. His main opponent makes homophobic remarks.
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When Apollo 11 launched 50 years ago, many people couldn't take their eyes off it. Here are some scenes of that moment from around New York City.
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The officer involved in the death of Eric Garner won't be charged. Most police officers who kill a civilian are never charged.
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“While the cable fault was an initiating event, the customer outages were the result of the failure of the protective relay systems”
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When El Chapo walks into court on Wednesday and is sentenced to life in prison, it will likely close the book on a criminal career
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Michael Seidenberg, whose clandestine bookshop and literary salon on the Upper East Side was much loved by bibliophiles, literati and inveterate browsers, has died
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