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Doctor Becomes 4th Ebola Case in U.S.: Why Moms Still Shouldn't Worry

Post by Adriana Velez. A man who returned from Guinea last week has become New York City's first Ebola patient and the fourth case in the U.S. Dr. Craig Spencer had been volunteering with Doctors Without Borders. He was rushed to the hospital yesterday with symptoms. Show More Summary

Kathy Hochul gets de Blasio endorsement

Kathy Hochul's bid to become New York's next lieutenant governor won the endorsement of Mayor Bill de Blasio on Wednesday, as Ms. Hochul sought to push back against a Democratic primary challenger... To view the full story, click the title link.

Morning Docket: 09.02.14

3 months agoIndustries / Law : Above the Law

Could Columbia law professor Tim Wu become New York’s next lieutenant governor? He has a shot, according to the Times. [New York Times] Which same-sex-marriage case is the best vehicle for Supreme Court review? [BuzzFeed] A federal judge takes the wheel in steering Detroit into the future. Show More Summary

New York Rangers' Biggest Mistake in Each of the Last 5 Offseasons

Head scratching has become New York Rangers’ fans' go-to offseason pastime as a result of Glen Sather ’s reign as general manager. It’s become a tradition for the Rangers to overpay a free agent. I get it, that’s how the league works these days—you have to overpay to acquire top free agents. Show More Summary

Weinshall to Become New York Public Library’s Chief Operating Officer

5 months agoArts : ArtsBeat

Iris Weinshall, previously the commissioner of New York's Department of Transportation, will oversee operations starting Sept. 1.

Derek Fisher reportedly agrees to become New York Knicks head coach

Multiple reports have Derek Fisher and the New York Knicks finalizing a deal to make the former Lakers guard a well-paid head coach.

Derek Fisher reportedly agrees to become New York Knicks head coach

Multiple reports have Derek Fisher and the New York Knicks finalizing a deal to make the former Lakers guard a well-paid head coach.

Dean Baquet becomes New York Times first African-American Executive Editor

Dean Baquet, 57-year-old, was on Wednesday appointed as the first African-American to serve as executive editor at The New York Times.

FBI Investigates Anti-Christine Quinn Group, Questions Donations To De Blasio

7 months agoLGBT / Gay : Joe. My. God.

About this time last year Christine Quinn had a comfortable lead in the polls and many thought that she was a lock to become New York City's first openly gay mayor. Late in the summer of 2013 she fell to third place not long after the...Show More Summary

The little Brooklyn yoga studio that could

8 months agoHealth : Well Good NYC

Despite a circuitous path, Goodyoga is quickly becoming New York's most successful homegrown yoga empire.

Zach Wheeler Is Not Ready to Become New York Mets' 2014 Ace

With Matt Harvey likely out for the entire year following Tommy John surgery in October, the New York Mets are prepared to enter the 2014 season ace-less. The Mets’ lack of a replacement for Harvey at the front of the rotation meansShow More Summary

Build, Baby, Build!: "San Francisco is becoming New York...

"San Francisco is becoming New York in terms of real estate and Seattle is becoming more like what San Francisco used to be," said mega developer Nat Bosa. "How do you stop San Francisco? You can't. It's all based on...

How Long Before Carmelo Anthony Becomes New York Knicks' Biggest Distraction?

Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony notched a double-double in New York's closer-than-expected win over the Milwaukee Bucks last night at MSG. It was only Melo's third season-opener as a member of the Knicks, and as fans of the team haveShow More Summary

New York: Will NYC's Governors Island Get a Hotel?

We've often thought of Governors Island as a bit of an oddity, what with its summer weekends only access and Jazz Age Lawn Party, but might it soon become New York's next hot hotel destination? As part of the 172-acre island's transformation...Show More Summary

Are Politicians From Interracial Families Poised to Lead?

Bill de Blasio is primed to become New York City's next mayor because the Democratic candidate's interracial family represents and cultivates social change, Ben Ryder Howe writes at the New York Observer. I had to laugh when I read recently...Show More Summary

Communists Defend Democrat NYC Mayoral Candidate

Bill de Blasio, the Obama-backed Democrat “progressive” poised to become New York City’s mayor, is under attack by “Rupert Murdoch’s tabloid empire,” his supporters are charging. It’s a reference to the New York Post examining the candidate’s ties to the Nicaraguan Solidarity Network, a Communist-front organization that still supports the Marxist regime in Nicaragua headed […]

Chris Ivory Injury: Bilal Powell Will Become New York Jets’ Featured Back

The New York Jets entered the season with uncertainty at the running back position. Chris Ivory is a respected power back and Bilal Powell has upside, but neither played had emerged as the No. 1 option in New York. Jane McManus of ESPN New York reports that Ivory is now nursing a hamstring injury. Chris [...]

Archicritics: New York mag architecture critic Justin...

New York mag architecture critic Justin Davidson has some harsh words for One57, the glassy block poised to become New York's—and the Western Hemisphere's—tallest residential building once complete: the "skyline is filling up with sparsely populated habitats for oligarchs who,...

Cuttin'Headz Worldwide: Q&A With the Martinez Brothers

Bronx born and bred, the Martinez Brothers have become New York's most compelling international ambassadors of Big Apple house music. They're the latest artists to carry the flag for their hometown sound, continuing on a tradition that's included icons Todd Terry, David Morales, Masters at Work, Roger Sanchez and Dennis Ferrer. Show More Summary

Analysis: NYC’s new mayor to face day of reckoning on labor deals

(Reuters) - If Bill de Blasio becomes New York City's first Democratic mayor in 20 years, the liberal politician would soon find himself immersed in labor talks that could saddle the city with a $7 billion bill for retroactive wage increases for munici...

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