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Repealing Net Neutrality: What It Means for the Future of Smart Cities

Repealing Net Neutrality: What It Means for the Future of Smart Cities

If you think net neutrality was just about being able to watch Netflix or Hulu, think again. It could also affect the technology your city uses.
Freezing Temperatures to Test New Year’s Eve Revelers Across Northeast

Freezing Temperatures to Test New Year’s Eve Revelers Across Northeast

People will gather in Times Square up to nine hours before the ball drop
New York City’s crime rate is way down, so let’s all fight about why it happened!

New York City’s crime rate is way down, so let’s all fight about why it happened!

I don't suppose you could just be happy that fewer people are being killed, huh? The post New York City’s crime rate is way down, so let’s all fight about why it happened! appeared first on Hot Air.

Lessons for the 1939 World's Fair for the Coming Transportation Utopia

What the famed Futurama tells us about how to get where we're going next.
Soldier Home for the Holidays Dies Saving Lives in Bronx Apartment Fire

Soldier Home for the Holidays Dies Saving Lives in Bronx Apartment Fire

An Army soldier who had come home for the holidays died saving lives Thursday after an apartment fire broke out in the Bronx.
Terror Fears Prompt Major Cities to Boost Surveillance and Security for New Year’s Eve

Terror Fears Prompt Major Cities to Boost Surveillance and Security for New Year’s Eve

Recent terror attacks at celebratory events have law enforcement officials in major cities stepping up their counter-terrorism efforts in unprecedented ways.
Bill de Blasio’s 2018 Salary Increase Is More Than What Minimum Wage Workers Earn a Year

Bill de Blasio’s 2018 Salary Increase Is More Than What Minimum Wage Workers Earn a Year

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio will ring in the new year with a 15 percent salary bump that adds up to more than what a minimum wage worker earns in a year.
In Chilly Start to 2nd Term, Mayor Looks Beyond New York

In Chilly Start to 2nd Term, Mayor Looks Beyond New York

Mayor Bill de Blasio’s second inauguration was truncated because of the fierce cold.
A conversation with Dean Kamen on the myth of “Eureka!”

A conversation with Dean Kamen on the myth of “Eureka!”

“I think invention is maybe like love,” says Dean Kamen. “Everybody wants to have it. Nobody knows what it is.”
Mariah Carey Came Back to Redeem Herself From Last Year’s NYE Disaster

Mariah Carey Came Back to Redeem Herself From Last Year’s NYE Disaster

We all know that Mariah Carey had some technical (and movement ... and singing) difficulties during her New Year’s Eve performance in New York’s Times Square last year. Read more...
Someone used Amazon's Same-Day delivery service to help the homeless

Someone used Amazon's Same-Day delivery service to help the homeless

YouTuber Rob Bliss decided to use Amazon's Prime Now to deliver goods to the homeless community around New York City. He asked each person what they needed and ordered them. Donations included socks,
Weather and Visiting Senator Steal the Show at de Blasio Inauguration

Weather and Visiting Senator Steal the Show at de Blasio Inauguration

New York police officers watched over the crowd on Monday before Mayor Bill de Blasio was sworn into office during a ceremony at City Hall plaza.
23 People Injured in Bronx Fire Expected to Be OK

23 People Injured in Bronx Fire Expected to Be OK

The blaze comes days after another fire in the Bronx killed 12 people
1st Rikers Island Jail to Close by Summer

1st Rikers Island Jail to Close by Summer

The first of nine jails at the Rikers Island complex in New York City will be shut down by the summer, the city’s Department of Correction announced Tuesday afternoon.Read more...
At de Blasio Inaugural, Speeches by Two Who Might Replace Him

At de Blasio Inaugural, Speeches by Two Who Might Replace Him

Scott M. Stringer was sworn in on Monday for a second term as the New York City comptroller during a ceremony at City Hall plaza.
New York Today: New York Today: The State of Our State

New York Today: New York Today: The State of Our State

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo will address the state this afternoon from Albany.
When Old News Is Good News: The Effect of 6 Elderly New Yorkers on One Middle-Aged Reporter

When Old News Is Good News: The Effect of 6 Elderly New Yorkers on One Middle-Aged Reporter

Helen Moses and John Leland at the Hebrew Home in Riverdale, N.Y.