Policy

Life raft
What happened in 2019, and what’s on tap in 2020?
John Liu.
Lawmaker says de Blasio push to scrap SHSAT would cause ‘years and years of strife.’
Algorithm
A new op-ed in suggests creating an approvals process for algorithms based on the way the Federal Drug Administration tests new drugs.
New York City's new OMNY system.
The new tap-and-go payment system has already surpassed one million taps.
NYC Apartments
REBNY’s political capital had to go somewhere during the fight over rent regulations.
Hostel.
The tech company hopes the new legislation will lead to the NYC Council reconsidering its stance on home-sharing.
Verizon.
The tech company argues Rochester’s regulations for installing telecom equipment violate federal law.
Three people making their way through a flooded street in New York City's Red Hook neighborhood during Superstorm Sandy, October 29, 2012.
Why isn’t a senator from New York focused on safeguarding urban communities?
Numerous umbrellas connected and intertwined.
You haven’t heard the last of single-payer and the Scaffold Law.
Empire State Plaza and the New York State Capitol at twilight.
The chief information officer cited health reasons for his decision to leave.
20190818