Good morning @metronewyork.

Here are the 6 things New Yorkers are talking about today.

ONE WORLD OBSERVATORY: Excitement is building ahead of Friday’s opening of the new observatory at One World Trade. Metro’s Eva Kis takes you up and inside in today’s Metro. Ticket prices are a bit steep — $32 adults, $26 kids — but by all accounts the experience is stunning.

HORACE MANN SEX ABUSE: The alleged sex abuse at the tony Horace Mann school in the Bronx turns out to be far worse than originally reported. A new report says more than 60 former students were allegedly abused from the 1960s through the 1990s by no fewer than 22 Horace Mann employees.
 
JENNA BUSH HAGER: The daughter of former President George W. Bush is in running for a big profile boost at NBCUniversal — a talk show to replace Meredith Vieira. Reportedly.
 
GEORGE PATAKI: New York's former Republican governor is joining the crowded GOP presidential candidate field and will announce today in New Hampshire, according to multiple reports.
 
HEAT: May is now officially the THIRD HOTTEST on record. High 80s today, high humidity, bad hair.
 
HARLEM CYCLIST KILLED: Cops are looking for the three occupants of a silver Mercedes with Florida license plates who ran from Madison Avenue and 128th Street after killing a 42-year-old bicyclist at 64 East 129th St. at 11:30 p.m. Wednesday night.
 
.... plus a BONUS: The A Train is fully back.