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Critics have said the city should set aside funds for students in transitional housing and foster care.
The governor said the move, already required in 40 states, will bolster accountability and professionalism.
Because we're once again fine with touching our faces with our filthy paws, here are your early links: "cuck money," EMT shot, Staten Island rebuilding, Montauk superspreader retreat, dijon mustard shortage, Conversations With Friends is boring, and more.
Rapper and poet Omar Offendum tells the story of NYC's Little Syria neighborhood, which flourished between 1880 and 1940, in a three-performance run at the Brooklyn Academy of Music.
Both endured terrible trauma. But the time and support they got to heal was different.
Mary Yehudah, 31, reportedly died following a drug overdose.
The New York Office of Cannabis Management spelled out the perks for early applicants this week, but advocates say some of the proposed rules may still be too restrictive.
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Because Shkreli got out of federal prison early for good behavior, here are your end-of-day links: Astor Place cube update, Taylor Swift's inspiring NYU address, Channing Tatum's children's book empire, Queen Elizabeth's subway line, Victoria Beckham loves dry-ass food, and more.
The measures include strengthening of the state’s “Red Flag” law by directing the State Police to file an “extreme risk” order of protection “when they believe that an individual is a threat to himself or herself or others.”
If you have any affection built up for the magnetic stripe cards and/or know all the word to "Ten Crack Commandments" by heart, you won't want to miss out.
De Blasio tweeted on Wednesday that he would form an exploratory committee.
In an administrative complaint sent to the tech behemoth, New York State’s Division of Human Rights outlines several accounts of workers whose requests for modified duties or scheduling were ignored.
The NYPL is considering whether to permanently close the location when its lease runs out at the end of the year. "It’s an open secret within the library system."
Because he was paid to make a funny commercial, not explain why the coins are collapsing, here are your early links: Bill de Blasio might run for Congress after all, vacant apartments are up, available apartments are down, Eileen Myles loves tree, raucous New Jersey book signing, prosecco cork ruins bike race, and more.
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If there was an equilibrium in New York politics, it's been put asunder.
Interviews with 10 current and recently departed employees point to plummeting morale amid an “abnormal” decline in city staffing levels.
The state attorney general’s office said a grand jury declined to file charges.
A robust action plan was filed with a federal judge on Tuesday.
The Democratic mayor is trying to get lawmakers to extend mayoral control of schools.
Anyone with information about Monday's shooting in the Bronx is asked to call the NYPD's Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477).
Hundreds gathered at El Museo del Barrio this weekend to celebrate Maristany, a Black Puerto Rican artist and activist who died in March at age 76.
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“White supremacy is a poison,” the president said. “It's a poison … running through our body politic that's been allowed to fester and grow right in front of our eyes.”
Because no one can afford to live here, these are your end-of-day links: Century 21 returns, mayor's chief of staff has some complications, lifting Battery Park, Dimes Square hotel, new sexy thermos, baby Stonehenge in Georgia, some Avatar love, and more.
No specific threats were outlined.
“We urge you to take the following proven precautions to protect your family and our communities: wear a mask," a letter from the schools chancellor and health commissioner read.
Manhattanhenge, also known as the Manhattan Solstice, occurs when the sun comes into perfect alignment with parts of the city's street grid for a few blissful summer evenings.
Neither Tuesday's announcement nor a health advisory from Monday contained a new mandate for mask wearing, despite city policy recommending such a measure.
Because you never know who you'll find lying drunk on the street behind their pickup truck, here are your early links: Anna Delvey art show, traffic crashes after dark, Kevin Durant smokes weed, Brooklyn Museum acknowledges racism in art, a bridge for L.A. mountain lions, and more.
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