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City officials want to impose rent regulations on commercial property. (Photo: huePhotography/iStock) Read More.
Another subway interaction made headlines in New York after police were filmed ticketing a woman illegally selling churros. (Photo: Spencer Platt/Getty Images) Read More.
New York State continues to harass the fossil-fuel industry with litigation. (Photo: zodebala/iStock) Read More.
President Trump—a lifelong New Yorker—will change his permanent residence to Florida (Photo: Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images) Read More.
NYPD Commissioner James O’Neill is stepping down after three years on the job. (Photo: Drew Angerer/Getty Images) Read More.
A plan to ease the crush of pedestrians around Rockefeller Center during the Christmas season was nixed by the mayor at the last minute. (Photo: JamesPatrickWaddell/iStock) Read More.
The horse carriages that trot through Central Park, giving tourists a taste of Old New York, are back in the news. (Photo: anouchka/iStock) Read More.
Yet another avoidable police shooting of a mentally ill person occurred last Friday. (Photo: Jeff Schear/Getty Images) Read More.
Senator Schumer wants to phase out gas-powered vehicles and transition quickly toward cars and trucks that run on electricity. (Photo: spyderskidoo/iStock) Read More.
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