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Napping in a New York Minute

Napping in a New York Minute

An employee partakes of the nap room at Thrive Global, Arianna Huffington’s wellness website.

Independent New York Prosecutors Pose Potential Risk for Trump

Independent New York Prosecutors Pose Potential Risk for Trump

Federal prosecutors in New York are investigating President Trump’s longtime personal lawyer and fixer, Michael D. Cohen.

While the Landlord Renovates, Life in a Homeless Shelter

While the Landlord Renovates, Life in a Homeless Shelter

Najary Torres taking her daughter to school in their old neighborhood in Williamsburg. Until their apartment is made livable, they are staying in a shelter in Brownsville, about an hour’s commute to school.

De Blasio Remains Mum on Rabbi’s Remarks

De Blasio Remains Mum on Rabbi’s Remarks

The mayor with reporters on Friday. Earlier in the day, he was asked about a rabbi’s comments.

De Blasio’s Pitch for Progressivism Finds an Ally Across the River

De Blasio’s Pitch for Progressivism Finds an Ally Across the River

Mayor Bill de Blasio on Tuesday traveled to Newark to appear with that city’s mayor, Ras Baraka, to help introduce a housing initiative modeled after a similar one in New York.

Once a Getaway Where Bunnies Frolicked, Now a ‘Black Hole’

Once a Getaway Where Bunnies Frolicked, Now a ‘Black Hole’

The building, built in the 1970s, has long since fallen into disrepair and has attracted a large colony of vultures.

DeFrancisco, a Republican Stalwart in Albany, to Run for Governor

DeFrancisco, a Republican Stalwart in Albany, to Run for Governor

John A. DeFrancisco, a Republican state senator from Syracuse, N.Y., announced Tuesday he will run for governor. Mr. DeFrancisco, 71, has indicated he will give up the Senate seat he has held for 25 years in his quest to unseat Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, a Democrat.

Statue of Liberty Will Reopen Despite Government Shutdown

Statue of Liberty Will Reopen Despite Government Shutdown

With the Statue of Liberty closed on Sunday because of the government shutdown, a ferry ride in New York Harbor offered the best available view. The monument will reopen Monday.

Grief and Self-Doubt Follow Shooting at Trenton Arts Festival

Grief and Self-Doubt Follow Shooting at Trenton Arts Festival

A few blocks from the gleaming State House in Trenton, there are boarded-up buildings.

Emails Show Percoco’s Influence and Intervention After He Left the State

Emails Show Percoco’s Influence and Intervention After He Left the State

In the corruption trial of Joseph Percoco, emails showed how Mr. Percoco worked to stall the resignations of certain state staff members, even after he had left his state job.

Speaking, Not Sexually, With Dr. Ruth at 90

Speaking, Not Sexually, With Dr. Ruth at 90

Dr. Ruth Westheimer, the renowned sex therapist who became enormously popular through her frank discussions and advice, turns 90 on Monday.


Seeing an Opening to Leave Her Husband, She Took It and Didn’t Look Back

Seeing an Opening to Leave Her Husband, She Took It and Didn’t Look Back

Katherine Rivera, in dark red shirt, with her children, from left, Kayla, Edwin Jesus and Kiara in Manhattan, where they have been living at a shelter for the past year.

Trooper Is Killed Answering Call to Home of School Principal

Trooper Is Killed Answering Call to Home of School Principal

New York State police at Welch Road in Corning, N.Y., on Monday after a trooper was killed responding to a domestic call.

A Bet That Luxury Can Be a Part of Asbury Park’s Comeback Story

A Bet That Luxury Can Be a Part of Asbury Park’s Comeback Story

The Asbury Ocean Club development is rising over the Wonder Bar in Asbury Park, N.J.

Saying You Want to Reform the Tax Code? Easy. Doing It? Less So.

Saying You Want to Reform the Tax Code? Easy. Doing It? Less So.

Lawmakers in Albany have at least a half-dozen options to consider in how New York might sidestep the effects of President Trump’s new tax plan.

Raid of N.Y. Public Housing Office Points to Separate Inquiry

Raid of N.Y. Public Housing Office Points to Separate Inquiry

Geoffrey S. Berman, the United States attorney for the Southern District, said the agreement with the city over Nycha did not preclude criminal charges.


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