The Round-Up: Tuesday

Contentious talks proceed over Bush’s bailout plan. [NY Times]

Bloomberg seeks a 7 percent property tax increase. [NY Times]

Census shows NYC’s white population on the rise this decade. [NY Times]

MTA may cut service citywide to shore up debt. [NY Times]

With Wall Street’s “swashbuckling ways” largely over, NYC’s economy may lose its vigor. [NY Times]

Cuomo subpoenas L.I.R.R. personnel records as part of the attorney general’s investigation into whether employees have been filing faulty disability claims. [NY Times]

Brooklyn’s mom ’n’ pop shops weather the economic storm. [NYDN]

An old photograph raises questions over the new Yankee Stadium. [NYDN]

South Bronx residents make last ditch effort to stop construction of a seven-story homeless intake shelter. [NYDN]

Queens’ most dangerous streets for pedestrians. [NYDN]

A neglected 19th-century Jamaica church is restored. [NYDN]

Borough Park’s beloved kosher deli. [NYDN]

Realty Check: While Condé Nast weighs expansion options after 2019, Durst hopes the publishing giant stays in its 4 Times Square home. [NY Post]

West Side rezoning would relieve crowded schools. [NY Sun]

The success of Bush’s buyout plan may depend on whether or not it can slow falling housing prices. [WSJ]

Which financial institutions stand to benefit from Wall Street’s shakedown? [WSJ]

The Round-Up: Tuesday