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In the battle for riders, N.Y.C.’s subway has always trounced buses. By a lot. But at the height of the coronavirus pandemic the equation was flipped on its head — average daily ridership in April and May was 444,000 on the subway and 505,000 on the buses
Four first-generation college students in Newark, N.J., tell the story of the pandemic, their uprooted plans — and what they found out.
Breaking: Jeffrey Epstein’s autopsy ‘points to homicide,’ pathologist claims
The Mexican cartel leader El Chapo was found guilty after a U.S. trial that revealed the brutality and corruption of his drug empire
The number of homeless students in New York City public schools climbed to 111,500 last school year