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Why the Shelter System Is Struggling to Cope

You're reading the New York Today newsletter.  Local reporting on the stories that define the city. Plus weather, upcoming events, Metropolitan…

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‘Let’s Do It Legit’: Drug Arrestees Vie for First New York Pot Licenses

Anytime the police approached the street in the Bronx where Hector Bonilla used to hang out, his friends would toss…

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New York Drill Rappers Say They Were Removed From Rolling Loud Festival

At least three rappers with ties to the booming New York drill scene — which has risen in popularity in…

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The New York City Ban on Foie Gras Is Delayed

The ban of foie gras in New York City will not go into effect on Nov. 25, as a lawsuit…

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United Nations Gridlock Is Back in the Latest Sign of a Receding Pandemic

Drivers are staying away from Midtown Manhattan if they can. Workers returning to the office are taking the subway or…

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New York Scrambles to Send Aid to Caribbean Battered by Hurricane Fiona

Almost exactly five years after Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico, organizations and officials in New York are responding to another…

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New York City Ends Private Employer Vaccine Mandate and Pushes Boosters

New York City will no longer mandate that private employers require all of their workers to be vaccinated for Covid-19,…

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For New Yorkers, 6 p.m. Is the New 8 p.m.

I WAS EATING French fries at the Odeon when I noticed that a server had begun to repeatedly check in.…

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Winter Forecast: Gas and Electric Bills Will Soar

Good morning. It’s Tuesday. We’ll look at why utility bills in New York will probably be significantly higher this winter.…

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In the City That Never Sleeps, Some Doors Now Close at 10 p.m.

If you see “Moulin Rouge” on Broadway on a Thursday at 8 p.m. and get out of the theater after…

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