The Briefly for September 20, 2018 – Racially Biased Teaching Exam May Cost City $1.7 Billion
The city may have to pony up $1.7 billion over a racially biased Liberal Arts and Sciences teaching exam issued between 1993 and 2004.
Mayor de Blasio's BQX czar Adam Giambrone quit on Monday and his last day on the job will be October 5. The future of the project relies on federal funding, so you may as well kiss it goodbye.
Go inside the abandoned Ellis Island hospital with these photos from an Untapped Cities tour.
The Kings Plaza arsonist says he set fire to the cars in the parking garage because people used them for sex.
Is this man removing a fake "no parking" sign he illegally placed or he illegally removing a "no parking"sign so he doesn't get caught?
A guide to the restaurants in the Hudson Yards, from Eater.
Reduced fare subway riders now have the option for non-gendered MetroCards.
The West Village's Cafe Loup was seized by the state's Department of Taxation and Finance.
Electric Citi Bikes are hard to find, and someone's built a map to track one down.
A public school teacher, Jonathan Deutsch, was arrested for soliciting naked photos of children as young as ten on Facebook.
A man jumped in front of a train and was killed at the Wall St 2/3 station on Tuesday afternoon.
A Brooklyn cop got his eggs scrambled when a fellow officer accidentally hit with a Taser in his groin. Wow.
The Tompkins Square Park Dog Parade needs your help and donations to avoid going to that farm upstate.
Mayor de Blasio wants to close Rikers Island, but his plan to add jails on four boroughs is being met with local resistance. Brooklynites are unhappy about the proposed 40-story jail in downtown Brooklyn.
More than 500 women and teenagers will be bailed out from Rikers Island as part of a national campaign by the Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights group in an attempt to dismantle the bail system, which they say discriminates against minorities and the poor. Not everyone is thrilled about it.
We're gonna need a bigger boat...for the L train shutdown. Boat capacities are being raised from 149 to 240 riders.
The Chinatown Häagen-Dazs is being forced out after 41 years when their $10,000/month rent doubles in December.
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