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Gothamist's effort to honor those killed riding a bike on New York City streets.

2019 has been the deadliest year for cyclists since 2000.

Protesters at Monday’s rally chanted “Churros in! Cuomo out!” and “No more cops! Fix the subways!”

Advocates say that this era of falling crime and decarceration calls for a major reassignment of resources.

'The largest housing development in the United States of America. He was in our backyard and you didn't include the community.'

'I am more than ready to assume the office of President of the United States,' Sanders said. 'To put it bluntly, I’m back.'

Dozens of parents questioned the city’s head of pupil transportation, Kevin Moran, on Thursday following a tense first month of school plagued with delays.

Roughly a dozen members are attempting to secure the future of an organization that for decades has striven to ask—not tell—homeless people what they need.

The recount is expected to begin no earlier than Thursday, and will likely last for “a minimum of ten days, maybe two weeks,” according to BOE attorney Steven Richman.

Some rent-regulated tenants and advocates want the state pension funds to follow the city's lead in pursuing investment policies that minimize displacement.

'I really hope that the governor is listening to the testimony of tenants and New Yorkers all over the state.'

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