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Uber is going on the offensive and plotting clever ways to grow despite NYC’s cap on ride-hailing cars
Uber plans to use creative measures to remain competitive in New York City following the passage of a bill that puts a cap on the number of vehicles that may operate within the city. An Uber spokesperson said, "Uber will do whatever it takes to keep up with growing demand."
Opinion: Earlier this month, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio wrote an op-ed explaining his vision for reforming the admissions process for eight of the city's elite, prestigious high schools. It's the wrong solution.
President Donald Trump's longtime lawyer Michael Cohen wanted to run for mayor of New York City after his boss won the 2016 presidential election, Axios reported Sunday.
Bill DeBlasio has directed the NYPD to no longer arrest people who smoke marijuana in public.
Inside New York City Cyber Command — a government agency most people know nothing about that’s leading America’s biggest city into t...
NYC Cyber Command (NYC3) is changing the way government officials in America's biggest city protect its people amid increasing threats of cyberattacks in the US.
New York City just launched a free app to protect people’s phones because cyber criminals are becoming a bigger threat
NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio unveiled a new mobile app called NYC Secure on Thursday that will help protect New Yorkers online for free.
‘NRA sashay away’: 175,000 people took to the streets for New York City’s ‘March for Our Lives’ rally
Governor Cuomo and Mayor de Blasio were there — but they weren't seen talking.
The man chosen to lead the largest school system in America backed out less than 24 hours after accepting the job in a stunning announcement
Alberto M. Carvalho, pegged to lead the New York City school system by Mayor Bill de Blasio, said he changed his mind about taking the position a day later.
The Bronx fire that killed 12 was apparently caused by a 3-year-old child playing with the burners on a stove
Investigators believe the deadly blaze that ripped through a Bronx building Thursday evening, killing 12, was caused by a child playing with a stove.
The first bill to examine ‘algorithmic bias’ in government agencies has just passed in New York City
The bill is the first of its kind to be passed in the nation, and is an attempt at providing transparency in the way that the governement uses algorithms.