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  • Vending Machine Offers New Twist on Soft-Serve

    An ice-cream machine debuting in Midtown dispenses soft-serve to customers who must place their orders through a built-in video panel, rather than with a friendly server in a paper cap.

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  • Liberty Island Evacuated After Propane Tank Fire

    Firefighters evacuated more than 3,000 people from Liberty Island after three propane tanks ignited near the Statue of Liberty. Fire marshals are investigating the cause of the fire, which injured one person.

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  • Crime Fighters Make Superhero Shows More Realistic

    For one New York City prosecutor who works in the organized crime and rackets bureau, working with TV shows is a chance to flex her legal knowledge and help the writers and producers write honest stories.

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  • NYCHA’s New Mr. Fix-It Has Long Repair List

    Vito Mustaciuolo is a “get-things-done guy,” who is going to make a huge difference at New York City Housing Authority, said Mayor Bill de Blasio. Winning over tenant leaders with action will be a chief challenge.

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  • New York Plans to Cap Uber and Lyft

    New York moved to become the first city in the U.S. to cap ride-hailing services including Uber and Lyft, freezing new vehicle licenses for one year while it studies the fallout from the booming industry.

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