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  1. A Lesser-Known Form of Pollution Is Affecting One-Third of HumanityNinety-nine percent of the U.S. and Europe suffer from it.
  2. the sports section
    12 Stats That Explain the Mets’ SuccessHow their unexpected playoff run happened.
  3. crimes and misdemeanors
    NYPD Downgrades Crimes Despite Its Best Efforts, Report FindsOfficers do it “from time to time,” Ray Kelly says.
  4. crimes and misdemeanors
    New York Crime Is (Mostly) Down After SandyEverything except burglaries dropped way off.
  5. statistics
    The World’s 7 Billionth Person Is Expected to Be Born on MondayA Halloween baby!
  6. blobs
    For Twenty Years Now, a Higher Percentage of New Yorkers Have Fled This State Than Have Residents of Any Other StateBut we keep having an insane amount of babies, so our population remains the same!
  7. crime
    Criminologists Shocked That Americans Didn’t Respond to the Recession by Burgling and Killing One AnotherWell, they kind of did in New York.
  8. traffic
    More New Yorkers Are Killed at Signaled Intersections Doing the Right Thing Than Anything ElseClassic.
  9. statistics
    At Least 1,200 New Yorkers Pay to Shuttle Their Fine Art From Manhattan to the Hamptons Each SummerBecause decorating with seashells is not enough.
  10. neighborhood news
    Nate Silver: More on New York Neighborhood Livability IndexThe statistician explains the numbers behind our neighborhood ratings.
  11. things we already knew
    Study: New Yorkers Are Among the Least Likely to Fall Victim to ScamsAnd yet we still buy Knicks tickets, year after year.