New York City

Visitors flock to see Hudson Yards' "Vessel" on its opening day.
Rounding up the week’s political news.
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Wendy Garcia.
Tech companies are still having a hard time diversifying their offices.
Policy
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New York City Councilman Corey Johnson.
Yes, the city just had one of these last year. Here’s what the latest one is doing.
News & Politics
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Stuyvesant High School
De Blasio wants to scrap it. Others want to keep it. Here’s what the experts say.
News & Politics
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A Brooklyn film set.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo suggested that critics of tax breaks for Amazon shouldn’t support the state’s tax credit program for the film and television industry.
Policy
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State Sen. Jessica Ramos.
State Sen. Jessica Ramos says investing in public transit is a labor issue.
Personality
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Mark Levine, New York City Council Health Committee chairman.
The New York City Council Health Committee chairman offers his diagnosis.
Personality
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Speed cameras looking down on the action.
As many as 2,250 cameras are expected to be placed in 750 school zones.
Policy
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Mayor Bill de Blasio and Richard A. Carranza, Dept. of Education Schools Chancellor at a press conference in NYC.
Bill de Blasio’s proposal is back in the spotlight as fewer black students make the cut.
News & Politics
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Lime is among the companies participating in a Department of Transportation pilot program for dockless e-bikes.
Lime, Jump, and Motivate are attempting to collaborate with government agencies
Policy
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