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Daniel Loeb, a Cuomo Donor, Makes Racial Remark About Black Leader

Daniel Loeb, a Cuomo Donor, Makes Racial Remark About Black Leader

Daniel S. Loeb at a conference in New York in 2013.
Cuomo Proposes Stricter Regulations for Credit Reporting Agencies

Cuomo Proposes Stricter Regulations for Credit Reporting Agencies

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo will propose new regulations for credit reporting agencies in the wake of the Equifax hack.
Before Derailments at Penn Station, Competing Priorities Led to Disrepair

Before Derailments at Penn Station, Competing Priorities Led to Disrepair

Interlocking A, a sorting mechanism that routes trains entering and exiting Pennsylvania Station in New York City. Amtrak delayed major improvements before three trains derailed at the station this
Once So Chic and Swooshy, Freeways Are Falling Out of Favor

Once So Chic and Swooshy, Freeways Are Falling Out of Favor

The Scajaquada Expressway looms over the Delaware Park in Buffalo, but maybe not for long.
Once So Chic and Swooshy, Freeways Are Falling Out of Favor

Once So Chic and Swooshy, Freeways Are Falling Out of Favor

The Scajaquada Expressway looms over the Delaware Park in Buffalo, but maybe not for long.
Cuomo, a Master of the $50,000 Fund-Raiser, Bypasses Small Donors

Cuomo, a Master of the $50,000 Fund-Raiser, Bypasses Small Donors

Since the beginning of 2015, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo of New York has raised more than 99 percent of his campaign money from donations larger than $1,000, eschewing the small-donor model that many
Subway Ridership Falls as M.T.A. Scrambles to Improve Service

Subway Ridership Falls as M.T.A. Scrambles to Improve Service

After years of increasing subway ridership, the number of riders has been steadily decreasing, a drop some blame on poor service.
Toronto Transit Chief Is Tapped to Run New York’s Ailing Subways

Toronto Transit Chief Is Tapped to Run New York’s Ailing Subways

On Tuesday, the Toronto transit chief Andrew Byford was named the president of New York City Transit, which oversees the buses and subways.
Bus Service Is in Crisis, City Comptroller’s Report Says

Bus Service Is in Crisis, City Comptroller’s Report Says

New York City buses carry over two million passengers a day, but many of their routes no longer match the commuting patterns of New Yorkers.
New York’s Tilt Toward Congestion Pricing Was Years in the Making

New York’s Tilt Toward Congestion Pricing Was Years in the Making

Motorists entering Manhattan over the Manhattan Bridge. For decades urban planners, city officials and others have pursued the idea of charging drivers to enter the most congested areas of Manhattan.
Fewer People Are Contracting H.I.V., State Says

Fewer People Are Contracting H.I.V., State Says

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo drew a crowd in 2015 in Greenwich Village when he talked about the state’s campaign to reduce HIV transmissions.
A New Push to Expand New York’s Childhood Sexual Assault Law

A New Push to Expand New York’s Childhood Sexual Assault Law

Assemblywoman Linda B. Rosenthal, a Democrat who represents Manhattan’s Upper West Side, is part of an effort to raise the limits on when victims of child sex abuse can sue.
Rerouting Thousands: City Plans for L Train Closure

Rerouting Thousands: City Plans for L Train Closure

When the L train is closed for repairs in 2019, nearly 225,000 riders who take it beneath the East River every day will have to be rerouted.
New York’s Next Subway Chief Will Mull Closing Lines for Repairs

New York’s Next Subway Chief Will Mull Closing Lines for Repairs

Andy Byford, the chief executive of the Toronto Transit Commission, is scheduled to become president of New York City Transit next month. He said he would consider closing subway lines to more rapidly
Democrats in New York Can Already Hear Iowa’s Siren Song

Democrats in New York Can Already Hear Iowa’s Siren Song

Mayor Bill de Blasio is traveling to Iowa this week. He will be the first of likely many New York-area Democrats with national ambitions to visit the presidential battleground in the near future.
How Cuts in Basic Subway Upkeep Can Make Your Commute Miserable

How Cuts in Basic Subway Upkeep Can Make Your Commute Miserable

Passengers evacuating through a tunnel in Upper Manhattan in June after an A train hit a loose rail on the tracks.
Islanders Say New Arena Will Be Privately Financed

Islanders Say New Arena Will Be Privately Financed

Jon Ledecky, the Islanders’ majority owner, said of the team’s planned arena adjacent to the Belmont Park grandstand: “We’re not looking for government funds.”