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Tech Fix: Should You Get a Cheaper Phone? Be Sure to Look Into the Camera

Tech Fix: Should You Get a Cheaper Phone? Be Sure to Look Into the Camera

George Zhao of Huawei discussing its Honor smartphones in London in December. The $200 Honor 7X was a runner-up budget pick by Wirecutter.
Tech Fix: Should You Get a Cheaper Phone? Be Sure to Look Into the Camera

Tech Fix: Should You Get a Cheaper Phone? Be Sure to Look Into the Camera

George Zhao of Huawei discussing its Honor smartphones in London in December. The $200 Honor 7X was a runner-up budget pick by Wirecutter.
Tech Fix: Should You Get a Cheaper Phone? Be Sure to Look Into the Camera

Tech Fix: Should You Get a Cheaper Phone? Be Sure to Look Into the Camera

George Zhao of Huawei discussing its Honor smartphones in London in December. The $200 Honor 7X was a runner-up budget pick by Wirecutter.
Hepatitis C Drugs Save Lives, but Sick Prisoners Aren’t Getting Them

Hepatitis C Drugs Save Lives, but Sick Prisoners Aren’t Getting Them

An inmate who has hepatitis C at California Men’s Colony prison in San Luis Obispo, Calif. Prisons are a logical battleground in the fight against the virus.
Hepatitis C Drugs Save Lives, but Sick Prisoners Aren’t Getting Them

Hepatitis C Drugs Save Lives, but Sick Prisoners Aren’t Getting Them

An inmate who has hepatitis C at California Men’s Colony prison in San Luis Obispo, Calif. Prisons are a logical battleground in the fight against the virus.
Cuomo Seeks State Control of Penn Station Neighborhood

Cuomo Seeks State Control of Penn Station Neighborhood

Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s administration is floating a proposal to create a large, state-controlled area around Penn Station that would allow the state to more easily redevelop the area.
Albany Strikes Budget Deal That Sidesteps Trump’s Tax Plan

Albany Strikes Budget Deal That Sidesteps Trump’s Tax Plan

Many of the elements in the $168 billion budget deal were scaled-back versions of promises Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo had laid out, as discussions on more divisive political issues were pushed back.
Congestion Pricing Falters in New York, Again

Congestion Pricing Falters in New York, Again

State lawmakers agreed on surcharges on rides by for-hire vehicles in Manhattan south of 96th Street, including $2.50 for yellow taxis and $2.75 for services such as Ubers and Lyfts.
In New York Budget, a Fusillade Against de Blasio

In New York Budget, a Fusillade Against de Blasio

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo speaking to reporters in Albany, where he and lawmakers agreed on a $168 billion spending plan that would require more state oversight of New York City.
New York Envisions a State-Run Retirement Plan for Private Workers

New York Envisions a State-Run Retirement Plan for Private Workers

The state budget that Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo is expected to sign includes a program to create a state retirement option for private sector employees without 401(k)-like programs at work.
Op-Ed Contributor: Why Is New York Condoning Illiteracy?

Op-Ed Contributor: Why Is New York Condoning Illiteracy?

Children along Bedford Avenue in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn, 2014.
Field Notes: How to Save on Wedding Flowers

Field Notes: How to Save on Wedding Flowers

The founders of Bloomerent, Julia Capalino, left, and Danit Zamir, right, with the florist Carly Ragosta, demonstrating how flowers are reused from the first wedding to the next.
Consumer Bureau’s Chief Gives Big Raises, Even as He Criticizes Spending

Consumer Bureau’s Chief Gives Big Raises, Even as He Criticizes Spending

Mick Mulvaney, acting director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, has recently approved high salaries for top appointees while using its cash reserves to fund its budget.
Consumer Bureau’s Chief Gives Big Raises, Even as He Criticizes Spending

Consumer Bureau’s Chief Gives Big Raises, Even as He Criticizes Spending

Mick Mulvaney, acting director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, has recently approved high salaries for top appointees while using its cash reserves to fund its budget.
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Tax Dollars for Napping

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Tax Dollars for Napping

Scott Pruitt’s security detail costs the taxpayer about $3 million a year.