Yes. Of a sort. It is obviously not a perfect rhyme, which means it falls into the category of imperfect rhymes – for which there are many names (false rhyme, slant rhyme, near rhyme, etc.). Depending on how the lines are arranged, it could also be an internal rhyme. Not to judge anyone’s artistic abilities, but as a rhyme goes, this one seems to be a stretch. “By lines” has two syllables and the consonant before the rhyme is different from “New York Times”. You wind up having to speed up “New York” and stressing the word “York” awkwardly in order to make the meter work.