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Amazon Bailing Won't Save New York from Real Estate Hell
The writing is on the wall, people.
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One of the most powerful companies ever just bailed on plans to build a headquarters in NYC. It didn't happen by accident.
The Taliban-Linked Man Accused of Trying to Funnel Heroin into NYC
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What Amazon Infiltrating America's School System Might Look Like
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