Big City, Big Worry: New Yorkers Fret as Bustling City Slows
NEW YORK (AP) — Restaurants and subways cars are noticeably emptier. Residents known for their brashness are laying low amid worries about an ever-worsening crisis. The big questions revolve around what will happen next. Will schools close? Will mass transit shut down? New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said he hopes to avoid such drastic measures.