Edward Snowden’s Strangely Free Life – As a Robot
He is an exile like no other, able to slip the bonds of his banishment on wheels.
New York Magazine's look back on the GOP prince’s days as an NYC clown.
Will those buyers think of putting their cash elsewhere?
Experiments in a mayoralty focused on disrupting a city that may not want the disruption.
The view from Hunter’s Point South, the city’s largest affordable-housing development since the 1970s.
Laurence Tribe is fighting the White House on behalf of Big Coal. His friends are furious at him, which breaks his heart.
He was commissioned to design an architectural extravagance at ground zero. He succeeded, an accomplishment that threatens to destroy his reputation.
One of the poorest neighborhoods in Brooklyn is suddenly the focus of both private speculators and City Hall, which wants to build thousands of units of affordable housing there — and by announcing its plans is fueling the land rush.
Meet Jay Walder, the former head of the MTA and the new chief of Citi Bike, which has plans to double in size by 2017.
“This was obvious and inevitable,” said one source.
The newly radicalized eBay founder hired Glenn Greenwald, Matt Taibbi, and a slew of the country’s most combative journalists — who are already fighting with their financial sponsor.
“Our differences were never about editorial independence,” says Omidyar.
The New York real-estate market is now the premier destination for wealthy foreigners with rubles, yuan, and dollars to hide.
The Polk Awards drew an impressive collection of intelligence world scourges.
The auction house is under attack by hedge-fund activist Daniel Loeb, who wants it to start making lots more money, in part by refusing to kowtow to rich folks like him.
One notorious real-estate family has converted its run-down buildings into for-profit shelters, paid for by the city. The going rent per cubicle: $3,600 a month.
Apparently, it's called a "think tent."
Developers rush to build before the next mayor ruins the fun.
More than $35,000 in total.
Leveraging talent, managing risk, and cashing out.