1 Dead, 3 Injured In New York City Crane CollapseOne person is dead and at least three others are hurt, two seriously, after a crane collapsed in lower Manhattan Friday morning.
Uber Drivers Strike In New York City, Protest Fare CutsMore than 100 Uber drivers in New York City upset about the company’s recent fare cuts went on strike Monday, and they’ve urged all other drivers to join them.
NYC Schools Join San Francisco, Will Offer Computer Science To All StudentsThe nation’s largest school district will reportedly make computer science courses available to all students, joining public schools in San Francisco and Chicago.
Budget-Friendly Activities In New York CityIt is possible to plan an affordable getaway to the Big Apple. You just have to look into finding things that will fit within your New York City getaway budget.
Uber Allowed To Keep Growing In New York City After Striking DealNew York City and Uber struck an eleventh-hour deal that backs off, for now, placing a cap on the number of cars the ride-hailing company can have on the streets of the nation's largest city.
Google 's Eric Schmidt Backs Uber-Style Helicopter Service For EliteGoogle Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt has joined a group of executives backing an Uber-style mobile app for the luxury chopper crowd, called Blade. The startup was launched a year ago to get New Yorkers to the Hamptons in a matter of minutes.
5 U.S. Trips To Take With The Entire FamilyMany of the best family-friendly destinations are also among the most obvious.
New York City Cabbies Seek Cap On Uber Cars In Big AppleWhile San Francisco-based Uber has experienced major growth in a few short years, New York City’s taxi industry is looking to impose a cap on how many cars can belong to the ridesharing service in the Big Apple.
More Uber Cars On New York City Streets Than Traditional TaxicabsIn a span of less than four years, San Francisco-based Uber has grown from a ridesharing startup to overtake the streets of New York City.
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Protesters Who Shut Down BART May Get Community Service Instead Of Paying $70,000 In DamagesBART is looking into the possibility of community service rather than financial restitution for 14 protesters who shut down the transit system at the West Oakland station on Black Friday, agency officials said this week.
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