Charter.
The Public Service Commission moved to kick Charter out of New York months ago. That probably won’t happen.
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New York City Public Advocate Jumaane Williams.
The newly appointed Public Advocate has given his support to new legislation that hopes to achieve higher voter turnout.
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An accessible vehicle.
The NYC Transit President admits "we let you down” to MTA customers.
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New York City yellow cabs.
More taxi drivers and drivers working for app-based ride-hailing companies are suffering from poor mental health.
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Some servers aren't ready for the minimum wage to be raised.
Advocates for the restaurant industry are trying to get New York to apply the standard minimum wage to tipped workers, but some servers aren’t quite ready for the system to change.
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Wendy Garcia.
Tech companies are still having a hard time diversifying their offices.
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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.
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Presidential hopeful Andrew Yang surrounded by supporters.
The presidential candidate says technology is coming for your jobs.
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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.
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Props inverting Amazon's trademark logo were a mainstay at numerous protests against the company's proposed HQ2 in Queens last year.
A new college poll reveals most New Yorkers were sad to see Amazon abandon its HQ2 plans
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