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A New York State task force takes a first step in response to reports of high executive pay and perquisites for nonprofits receiving state money. Wikimedia via David Shankbone Then we watched and waited. “None of that should have led to his death,” a prosecutor said. since. We shared our RFC with all of our colleagues in the Technology department and asked for their feedback. The offices are located throughout the state. 1 thing that every American who wants to rescue democracy in the country can do is to sign up for phone bank shifts with the Democratic Party in Wisconsin.”. “The No. This project allowed us to hone our playbook for how to handle launches: We’re trying hard to make great software here at The Times and are always looking to improve. New York State has falsely assured its employees who care for the developmentally disabled that they could confidentially report concerns about the treatment of those in their care. Step 3: Paste the story headline into the Google search box at your browser's top right. With our testing strategy vetted by our RFC process, we could prove feature parity with the old meter and be confident in our comprehensive test suite. Thursday: A lesser known ballot proposition illustrates the state’s famed system at work. To achieve this, we had both services run simultaneously, though the new service didn’t impact users at first. A seemingly inexplicable willingness by supervisors to tolerate abuse seems to pervade institutions that house residents with developmental disabilities, a New York Times investigation shows. Testimony about the death of Jonathan Carey, 13, who was killed in 2007, highlighted widespread lapses in care at the state’s disability agency. We scaled down traffic to the new service and quickly added in the necessary headers before ramping back up to 50 percent. It’s tempting to jump right in once you’ve architected a solution, but if you’ve ever done that before, then you know that it can lead to a lot of problems down the road. We put in place robust Real User Monitoring (RUM) to capture response times, error and success rates. New York reimburses nonprofit providers for home care for the developmentally disabled at such beneficial rates that it has led to multimillion-dollar surpluses and eye-popping salaries. Nearly 300,000 disabled and mentally ill New Yorkers face a “needless risk of harm” because of conflicting regulations, a lack of oversight and even disagreements over what constitutes The responses received from each service were tracked and compared, and we used this opportunity to load-test the new service to see how well it performed during real news-related traffic spikes. Republican Judges Are Quietly Upending Public Health Laws, 5 Ways to Focus Your Angst and Energy Before Nov. 3. Eighty years ago, the United States made a tragic decision to pursue global supremacy. When the New York Times finally launches its paywall, on March 28, we'll run a detailed version for the NYT... Want to read the Wall Street Journal (or New York Times) online for free? An analysis by The New York Times of state inspection data from 2004 to 2010 found that the federation had been cited 27 times; most providers of similar size were cited no more than twice. If you’ve read an article on The New York Times website any time in the past eight years, you’ve probably seen a little message telling you how many free articles you have left to read. Police violence takes a largely invisible toll on Black families. So, we needed a way to definitively demonstrate that the new service wouldn’t break existing integrations or business behavior. Since we had little to work with, we decided we wanted to better understand how the existing service performed for our users. Analysis from David Brooks, Maureen Dowd, Charles Blow, Paul Krugman and others. In New York, it is unusually common for developmentally disabled people in state care to die for reasons other than natural causes. Kids Have Suffered Enough. Jeremy Gayed is Lead Software Engineer focused on evolving The New York Times’s web architecture. But it also means you don't really need a WSJ subscription to read any of its content online. Decades after New York emptied its warehouses for the disabled, the current network of small group homes operates with scant oversight and few consequences for abusive employees. By NANCY DONALDSON, NATHANIEL BROOKS and DANNY HAKIM. Sign up to 10 Things in Tech You Need to Know Today. We wanted to have several testing layers that we could automate (because who enjoys manual testing) and included coverage from unit tests, contract tests, load testing and end-to-end functional testing. Citation information is available for all results in the New York Times Online. News about Donald Trump, including commentary and archival articles published in The New York Times.

Focusing on Firearms Proves Contentious in Struggle to Reduce Veterans’ Suicides, Children From Immigrant Families Are Increasingly the Face of Higher Education, What Proposition 14 Tells Us About California. A state worker has recanted a story accusing a supervisor of using a cattle prod on a person with developmental disabilities, state officials said. The original creators were long gone, and it was built at a time when the industry doubted whether a subscription-based digital news service would even work. Readers discuss some of the issues involved in the nomination: business deregulation, abortion, radical conservatism and religious belief. New York City’s hushed-up lead poisoning epidemic of 1848 to 1992.