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  1. Is the Subway More Dangerous? Data Is Mixed, but Some Riders Are Scared. Metro, Today

    City officials cite lower subway crime numbers, but a spate of random attacks has unnerved riders.

  2. What It Would Take for N.Y.C. Schools to Fully Reopen This Fall Metro, Yesterday

    Mayor Bill de Blasio must soon make crucial decisions about medical waivers for teachers, remote schooling and social distancing for September.

  3. The Spike in Shootings During the Pandemic May Outlast the Virus Metro, May 14

    About 505 people were shot in New York City through May 9, the highest year-to-date number in a decade.

  4. The Electrification of New York City Vehicles Interactive, May 13

    New York City's sanitation department unveiled a fully electric street sweeper last week.

  5. New York will offer vaccines at some subway stops through a pilot program. Metro, May 10

    The state will offer free subway and rail tickets as an incentive, joining a broader nationwide push to speed up the flagging pace of vaccinations.

  6. New York Launches New Program to Pay Artists in the City Video, May 6

    New York officials announced a new program on Thursday that would employ artists and performers to create public works throughout the city, in an effort to support artists whose incomes plummeted during the pandemic.

  7. New York City plans a $25 million program to put artists back to work. Metro, May 6

    The move is intended to support artists whose income plummeted during the pandemic and who have clamored for government relief.

  8. To Save Penn Station, New York Wants to Build 10 Skyscrapers Metro, May 5

    The state says revenue from the new towers can finance the rebuilding of the rail terminal. But the pandemic has upended the need for office space.

  9. Help, We Can’t Stop Writing About Andrew Yang Business, May 2

    The outsider brings provocative ideas and good vibes. But can an “empty vessel” really make it through New York’s shark-infested media waters?

  10. A Target Date for a Full Reopening in New York City Metro, April 30

    City officials hope to allow businesses to operate without limitations. But the mayor has little authority over the restrictions.

  11. The Mayor Promises a Summer to Remember in New York. Can He Deliver? Metro, April 29

    A pledge from Mayor Bill de Blasio that New York City would fully reopen on July 1 brought hope. But his vision of a city reborn faces significant obstacles.

  12. The Mayor Promises a Summer to Remember in New York. Can He Deliver? Metro, April 29

    A pledge from Mayor Bill de Blasio that New York City would fully reopen on July 1 brought hope. But his vision of a city reborn faces significant obstacles.

  13. Only 8 Black Students Are Admitted to Stuyvesant High School Metro, April 29

    Once again, tiny numbers of Black and Latino students received offers to attend New York City’s elite public high schools.

  14. Only 8 Black Students Are Admitted to Stuyvesant High School Metro, April 29

    Once again, tiny numbers of Black and Latino students received offers to attend New York City’s elite public high schools.

  15. New York City’s mayor wants the city to ‘fully reopen’ on July 1. Metro, April 29

    Mayor Bill de Blasio offered a tantalizing glimpse of normalcy even as his authority to actually lift restrictions on businesses was somewhat limited.

  16. A $7 Billion Mistake? New York Seeks to Curb New Hotels. Metro, April 27

    A plan to require approval for every new hotel has sparked opposition inside city government, where budget officials say it could reduce future tax revenue from tourism.

  17. N.Y.C. Bans Pesticides in Parks With Push From Unlikely Force: Children Metro, April 24

    “A bunch of kindergartners,” now in seventh grade, worked years to urge the City Council to approve a ban on toxic pesticides in parks, playgrounds and other spaces.

  18. New York Allows Walk-Ins at All City-Run Vaccination Sites Video, April 23

    Mayor Bill de Blasio of New York announced on Friday that all eligible residents could now get vaccinated for Covid-19 at any city-run site without an appointment.

  19. That Blah Feeling, the YOLO Economy and an Ode to the Filet-O-Fish: The Week in Narrated Articles Podcasts, April 23

    Five articles from around The Times, narrated just for you.

  20. The April 18 Covid Vaccine Coronavirus Cases live blog included one standalone post:
  21. N.Y.C.’s 2021 Race for Mayor: Who’s Running? Interactive, December 2

    There's already a crowded field in the race for the next mayor of New York City. Here are some of the leading candidates.

  22. How N.Y.C.’s Plan to Open Schools Fell Apart Interactive, September 17

    Mayor Bill de Blasio canceled the start of in-person classes for the country’s largest school system just three days before they were set to begin, sowing even more confusing among parents and educators.