Nacha Cattan

New York City's Return-To-Office Rate Nears 80%, Driven By Banks


Firms like Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan have helped encourage the city's return to the office.

Doctors Making $350,000 Are Struggling To Find Long Island Homes

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Long Island's North Fork is at the extreme end of New York's housing crisis.

Baltimore Wants To Sell Hundreds Of Vacant Homes For $1 Each


The proposal would offer vacant properties to residents who commit to repairing and living in them.

The SAT's Return Has Frantic Parents Hiring $500-An-Hour Tutors


Some elite universities have pivoted back to mandatory testing.

Fortune Of Top Warren Buffett Investor Will Fund Free Medical School In Bronx


Ruth Gottesman's husband made almost $3 billion after being an early investor in Berkshire Hathaway.

Haze From Wildfires Raises Asthma, Heart And Other Health Concerns In U.S. Northeast

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New York City officials suggested the most vulnerable wear high-quality masks.

Narco Shootouts Rock Mexico City, Shattering Its Haven Status


Mexico City has historically been a haven from drug violence, but that has been changing.

U.S. Warns Citizens About Travel To Cancun As Homicides Rise


Homicides have been rising at resorts popular with American tourists.

The Anti-Trump Is Rising in Mexico. Each Snub Makes Him Stronger


The radical politician known locally as Amlo is the early frontrunner in Mexico’s 2018 presidential race.