In cities like San Francisco, New York, and Chicago, residents are living in houseboats to avoid the city’s steep housing costs.
Tech Is Changing New York, but Not How He Reports on the City The New York Times
How do New York Times journalists use technology in their jobs and in their personal lives? J. David Goodman, a metro reporter, discussed the tech he’s using.
Analysis | The Health 202: New CBO analysis could torpedo Medicare-for-all proposals – The Washington Post
- Analysis | The Health 202: New CBO analysis could torpedo Medicare-for-all proposals The Washington Post
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Where the housing market is hottest, coolest in New York-New Jersey markets – The Journal News | LoHud.com
Where the housing market is hottest, coolest in New York-New Jersey markets The Journal News | LoHud.com
The ongoing spring housing market is split in two: The lower end is heated, while the higher end is weaker.
Will Trump Speak at the Statue of Liberty? N.Y. Waits and Debates The New York Times
Wednesday: The new Statue of Liberty Museum will open this month, and a bevy of elected officials are invited.
Dating Advice for Those Who Never Thought They’d Need Tinder The New York Times
Many dating and lifestyle consultants are divorced women who want to provide the kind of guidance they found lacking when they were starting over.
Everyone’s Welcome at the Statue of Liberty. Except Tour Guides. The New York Times
Officials with the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island are banning commercial tour guides from many areas, saying they clog the sites and behave badly.
The work of two Cayuga County students was richly rewarded at the 40th annual Central New York Science & Engineering Fair in March.
Dozens of states across the country already have early voting and New York will finally join them in October. Voters will be allowed to cast ballots as early as …
Timed to International Workers’ Day, “City of Workers, City of Struggle: How Labor Movements Changed New York” opens Wednesday.