Top NYC news: City hits HIV/AIDS target 2 years early; 'The Nutcracker' casts first black lead; more

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New York is shipping its homeless to squalid housing out of state, Newark lawsuit claims

A New York City program coerces homeless residents to relocate to out-of-state apartments that are frequently dilapidated, the suit says.

Read the full story on Washington Post.

The New York City Subway map as you’ve never seen it before

The city has changed drastically over the past 40 years, yet the MTA map designed in 1979 has largely endured.

Read the full story on The New York Times.

New York City hits HIV/AIDS target 2 years ahead of schedule

New York City has surpassed a major goal against HIV/AIDS two years ahead of schedule, city officials announced Monday. The target, originally set for 2020 by UNAIDS and known as 90-90-90, represents the percentage of people with HIV who know their status, who are on treatment and whose viral load is suppressed.

Read the full story on Q13FOX.

Girl, 11, becomes first black dancer to play lead in 'The Nutcracker'

The New York City Ballet’s production of “The Nutcracker” has cast a black dancer to play Marie for the first time.

Read the full story on FOX 29.

Roberts seems to hold key to case over New York City gun law

Chief Justice John Roberts appeared Monday to be the key vote in whether the Supreme Court considers expanding gun rights or sidesteps its first case on the issue in nearly 10 years.

Read the full story on NBC LA.

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