Today’s links feature muffins that cost a ton and a cat that weighs a ton.
After this video of a problematic Brooklyn subway staircase went viral, the MTA stepped in to fix the problem.
The first of the planned skyscrapers on the former site of the World Trade Center tops out, more than a decade after the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.
As Gay Pride Month draws to a close, NewsFeed takes a look back at the history of the iconic rainbow Gay Pride flag.
After a shocking video outrages the Internet, fans come to Karen Klein’s rescue
Soar over the mean streets of Manhattan in the city’s annual Summer Streets Festival
The stepson of the President of Kazakhstan’s brother is hiding after being accused of swindling his stepdad out of millions of dollars worth of Manhattan real estate.
A scathing exposé alleges that decades of sexual abuse by teachers at the elite Horace Mann school went unreported and unpunished.
The sound of a single car alarm can make even the most levelheaded person itch with anger and annoyance. So imagine what: what could 100 car alarms do?
Critics say the state’s plan to replace its iconic tourism logo violates one cardinal rule: don’t mess with success.
The Internet wants to know: what’s a bodega? Any New Yorker can answer that question. But first we’re going around the corner, you want anything?
Pedro Hernandez, a 51-year-old New Jersey man, has been arrested in the case of a missing New York City boy whose disappearance captivated a nation