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“Now that the DOJ made their decision, we’re looking at de Blasio to make his.” Eric Garner’s mother Gwen Carr has words for following feds’ decision not to prosecute in her son’s death.
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THE CITY 18h
Cabbies failed nearly 500 drug screenings in 2018, doubling the previous year, records obtained by show. The spike comes amid growing pressures facing drivers.
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THE CITY 21h
Teens in detention want more books, and their Bronx community has teamed up to help.
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Rosa Goldensohn Jul 19
Please let us know if people you know are on are on Rikers and what the heat situation is like this weekend.
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Justin Devendorf 23h
Some more really good reporting from on .
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The campaign tapped the mayor’s NY Fairness PAC for the run-up to run. The PAC is supposed to help Democrats get elected in NYS.
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THE CITY Jul 19
NEW: It’s a presidential campaign video posted on a campaign website. Should ’s campaign pay for it? The mayor’s presidential campaign team doesn’t think so.
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THE CITY Jul 19
“Running NYCHA is a 24/7 job. We can’t have a part-time person,” said one angry tenant at ’s annual town hall Thursday evening — as incoming chairperson Gregory Russ declined to show up.
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THE CITY Jul 19
Near turnstiles and on trains and buses, the decals and signs are intended to cut down on farebeating, which estimates will cost it $260 million in 2019
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Josefa Velasquez Jul 19
If the BdB 2020 accepts an $80K contribution from a state PAC, they can expect “future correspondence from their FEC reports analyst and perhaps a call from the FEC’s Enforcement Division, to discuss federal contribution limits,” a former FEC official says
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Katie Deighton Jul 19
From – those purple "please don't steal from us!" signs and posters the MTA has installed across the subway are part of a FORTY MILLION DOLLAR CAMPAIGN hoping to prevent fare evasion
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Jose Martinez Jul 19
INBOX: MTA Installs Four Elevators, Other ADA Features at New Utrecht Av/62 St Station Complex Work was part of the long-running, $480 million job to renovate nine famously grungy N train stops along the Sea Beach line in Brooklyn. It ran late.
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ben kesslen Jul 19
nyc is spending 40 MILLION DOLLARS on its fare evasion deterrence campaign “I get $90 on welfare, I can’t pay the $2.75,” one man told THE CITY
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Julia Carpenter Jul 19
I am LOVING the on-the-ground (in this case, under-the-ground) journalism from — I have wondered about these purple stickers all week!!!
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THE CITY Jul 19
New fundraising scrutiny for campaign, which tapped the mayor’s NY Fairness PAC for the run-up to run. The PAC is supposed to help Democrats get elected in NYS.
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Rachel Holliday Smith Jul 19
NYCHA's annual town hall happened Thursday night. Not present: The person tapped to lead the agency. NEW from :
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Report for America Jul 19
"For teens held at Horizon Juvenile Center in The Bronx, a book can be an education — and an escape." Corps member , who covers juvenile justice at , writes about a book drive mean to help get books to teenaged inmates:
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Jere_Hester Jul 19
The campaign promised to amend its federal disclosure forms after pointed out the mayor’s NY Fairness PAC paid for $68k in pre-campaign polling. More on how the campaign tapped the state PAC.
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Annie Seifullah Goldsmith, JD Jul 19
I have so many questions
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THE CITY Jul 19
. held its annual town hall Thursday evening, but the person the mayor has appointed to run the agency didn’t show up.
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