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Eric Schneiderman, New York’s attorney general, has long been a liberal Democratic champion of women’s rights, and recently he has become an outspoken figure in the #MeToo movement against sexual harassment. Now Schneiderman is facing a reckoning of his own.
The capstone studio project introduced dozens of new ideas that the MTA might do well to consider.
New York is now the fourth city in the US to announce it will open sites for people to inject illegal drugs. None currently exist in the US.
To be able to sell hot dogs in the city, you gotta be a top dog.
We're not sure how we feel about the sound that was added to this video, but this footage of the Big Apple over 100 years ago is fascinating.
For $100,000, someone bought the door to the room where Bob Dylan wrote "Blonde on Blonde."
Nearly 80 years ago, a construction standstill derailed the subway into its present crisis.
David Buckel was a nationally renowned civil rights lawyer who devoted his later years to environmental causes. In a suicide note, he said he hoped his death would spur action to reduce the use of fossil fuels.
First the red bees arrived; then the Brooklyn cherry factory's dark secret came to light.
She's already won by moving the governor to the left. And she's beginning to think she just might win the whole thing.
What makes urban spaces like New York so dynamic is the presence of both an all-night party scene and quiet family neighborhoods — respectful coexistence is a must if the city wants to remain attractive to a wide range of residents.
The city's crackdown on electric bikes is destroying the livelihood of people who make deliveries for a living — and shows how the gig economy platforms that pay them abdicate any responsibility to help.
Internal NYPD files show that hundreds of officers who committed the most serious offenses — from lying to grand juries to physically attacking innocent people — got to keep their jobs, their pensions, and their tremendous power over New Yorkers' lives.
The creative energy in 1980s New York was non-stop, but tumultuous, and living conditions were gritty and hard for many. But in 1982, one artist’s knee-jerk reaction to that reality was breathtakingly simple: in the face of the grim, give Manhattan a golden, sprawling wheat field.
"When I tell you this is the worst thing I've seen in all my life, being in the business for 30+ years, owning since I was a kid, this is a disaster."
Dr. Laser has been creating holograms inside his NYC laboratory since the 1970s.
The enduring charm of a dive bar where everyone feels like they might get laid.
Ulrika Brand reflects on the iconic career of her father, Jonathan Brand — a New York street photographer who captured the spirit of the city between 1957 and 1968.
The New York City subway has become notorious for its delays and lack of efficiency. Is there light at the end of the tunnel?
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