Airbnb Hosts Accuse NYC Of Colluding With Opposition Group To Spy On Rental PropertiesNew York City's Office of Special Enforcement denies the allegations, saying it has "no operational relationship" with the group.
Train Troubles Cause Terrible Tuesday Commutes For LIRR RidersRiders who use the Long Island Rail Road's Long Beach branch were in for a challenging commute Tuesday morning.
Lhota Says Harlem Track Fire Sparks MTA Discussion On Subway Food BanThe MTA is trying to tackle the trash problem in the transit system after garbage caught fire on the tracks, disrupting service for thousands of subway riders this week.
Women Attacked From Behind In Pair Of Attempted Crown Heights Sex AssaultsPolice are looking for a man who has been following women home and attempting to sexually assault them.
Ex-New York Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver's Corruption Conviction OverturnedFormer New York Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver's conviction in a $5 million corruption case has been overturned.
De Blasio Miffed By Reports Of ‘Professional Panhandlers’ Targeting Tompkins Square ParkThe mayor was responding to reports that people were coming in from out of town to do this in Tompkins Square Park.
NYC To Spend $32 Million To Reduce Rat PopulationThe city will spend $32 million to reduce the rat population by 70 percent, targeting neighborhoods in Brooklyn, Manhattan and the Bronx.
'Summer Streets' Festival To Celebrate 10 Years In NYCSummer Streets is about to take over the streets.
MTA Officials Give Update For LIRR Riders Ahead Of Penn Station Repair WorkThe MTA says 200 extra buses have had dry runs and the ferries are ready to go and Chairman Joe Lhota said rush hour trains will have extra cars to accommodate limited schedules next week.
NYPD Officer 'Assassinated In An Unprovoked Attack' In The BronxThe officer, identified as 48-year-old Miosotis Familia, died early Wednesday morning at St. Barnabas Hospital where she was taken in critical condition after being shot in the head, police said.
De Blasio Decides To Send $2 Million In Legal Bills To TaxpayersMayor Bill de Blasio has made a sudden reversal, deciding to stick taxpayers with his legal bills.
Cuomo Declares State Of Emergency For MTA, Calls Transit System's State Of Decline 'Unacceptable'The governor made the announcement Thursday at the Genius Transit Challenge Conference, an international competition with a $1 million prize to come up with solutions to improve the transit system's reliability.

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