‘Scab’: Wordle scores ratioed on Twitter as New York Times goes on strike
Wordle 'scabs' appeared everywhere.
On Dec 8, 2022 by Jacob Seitz
New York City kills its ambitious free internet plan
The project aimed to provide internet to over one million New Yorkers.
On Dec 7, 2022 by Jacob Seitz
‘$5 for every sip’: Man shares espresso martini he got for $15 at New York restaurant
'In my bartender opinion, it’s giving shot.'
On Nov 14, 2022 by Braden Bjella
‘This is not a f**king drill’: Retail worker claims employer installed cameras that record audio at work, against state law
'Just start saying, '’Alexa, how do I form a union?’'
On Oct 27, 2022 by Lauren Castro
‘We literally all need to walk out’: Nurse practitioner says general nurse strike is imminent￼
'The corruption and greed in healthcare is out of control.'
On Oct 20, 2022 by Tricia Crimmins
A ruthless thirst for power has driven Elise Stefanik to the far-right fringe
Something seems to have jostled Stefanik to the fringe between 2019 and 2021.
On Aug 19, 2022 by Claire Goforth
Robinhood fined $30 million for failing to police cryptocurrency trading on its app
The fine comes as Robinhood lays off 23% of its workforce.
On Aug 3, 2022 by Mikael Thalen
‘I would love to have this girl’s faith in humanity’: Person puts up lost and found sign for Cartier bracelet
'The reward is probably less than what you could sell this for but it's a reward nonetheless.'
On Aug 2, 2022 by Charlotte Colombo
‘I’m the girl from the video’: Woman with skin condition speaks out after stranger films her on train, speculates she has monkeypox (updated)
‘I have taken screenshots of the comments [and] will be posting them…everyywhereee.’
On Aug 2, 2022 by Tricia Crimmins
Google is still serving up pro-life ‘crisis pregnancy centers’ when people search for abortion
Google Maps is accused of directing users to 'dangerous and misleading anti-abortion clinics.'
On Jun 30, 2022 by Mikael Thalen
‘We’re all afraid’: Women are feeling increasingly unsafe on NYC’s public transit
'The subway has been so scary lately.'
On Jun 10, 2022 by Kathleen Wong
New bill to crack down on deceptive social media surveillance by police
Sponsors called out fake accounts made by New York police.
On Jun 9, 2022 by Jacob Seitz
‘Imagine spending 4K just to have a roommate’: Renter shows what $8,000 in rent will get New Yorkers, sparking debate
'$8,000 a month and they couldn’t even sweep the floors.'
On Jun 7, 2022 by Braden Bjella
‘Welcome to New York’: Reddit video shows violent attack on NYC subway, sparking discussion on safety on public transit
'If you live in NY long enough, you know not to intervene'
On May 26, 2022 by Maria Poggi