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Ice cream trucks struggle despite the heat
Ice cream trucks are raising prices to keep up with increasing costs. That's putting a chill in sales, Christina Morales of The New York Times reports.
NYC's overnight subway shutdown leaves essential workers stranded
Many low-paid New Yorkers rely on the subway to get to and from work. Now, a daily halt to operations for four late night hours is complicating their commutes.
The boss of NYC's subways is departing. How'd he fare?
Andy Byford came to New York with a reputation for fixing transit in Toronto and London.
Fewer NYC evictions after tenant rights are beefed up
New York State enacted more robust rent control and eviction protection laws in 2019.
After political resistance and protests, Amazon HQ2 in New York is no more
Amazon's HQ2 may not be opening in New York but the retail giant isn't leaving the city either.
Amazon, in stunning reversal, dumps NYC as new HQ site
The online retailer faced fierce opposition from some New York politicians who were unhappy with the nearly $3 billion in tax incentives Amazon was promised.
Blockbuster Broadway, it's more than just "Hamilton"
The musical about the founding father is still a top draw, but other shows have helped drive record attendance to Broadway theaters. With all the packed houses, show producers pulled in $1.7 billion.
The most-wanted man in New York (for 'Hamilton' tickets)
As the sold-out show's PR guy, Sam Rudy has tickets — if you're famous enough.
What it's like to be Santa Claus in NYC
Santa Claus is everywhere this time of year ... what's it like to be him?