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At Yale, Trying Campus Rape in a Court of Law

At Yale, Trying Campus Rape in a Court of Law

An alleged rape on the Yale University campus in New Haven might seem like a perfect case to test the fiercely debated question of whether college rape accusations are best handled by internal university panels or by law enforcement.

Charges Dismissed Against District Attorney in Police Shooting Inquiry

Charges Dismissed Against District Attorney in Police Shooting Inquiry

A perjury indictment against Joel Abelove, the Rensselaer County district attorney, left, was dismissed this week after a judge ruled that his grand jury hearing was compromised.

Review: Accessorized in the Outback in ‘Priscilla Queen of the Desert’ on Long Island

Review: Accessorized in the Outback in ‘Priscilla Queen of the Desert’ on Long Island

In foreground, from left, Matthew Marks, William Selby and Jarrod Emick in “Priscilla, Queen of the Desert.”

After a Turbulent Childhood, on a Path to a Healthier Life

After a Turbulent Childhood, on a Path to a Healthier Life

Charles Louis with Spirit in Paterson, N.J. Mr. Louis has committed to a healthier lifestyle, and he and Spirit go on daily walks through their neighborhood.

‘Release the Demons’: Drug Rage Led to a Manhattan Killing, Lawyers Say

‘Release the Demons’: Drug Rage Led to a Manhattan Killing, Lawyers Say

E’Dena Hines with Morgan Freeman at the Golden Globe Awards in 2005. Ms. Hines, an aspiring actress related to Mr. Freeman, was stabbed to death in Manhattan in 2015.

Yoselyn Ortega, Nanny Who Killed 2 Children, Is Sentenced to Life in Prison

Yoselyn Ortega, Nanny Who Killed 2 Children, Is Sentenced to Life in Prison

A judge sentenced Yoselyn Ortega, center, to life in prison on Monday after a jury rejected her defense that she killed two children in the midst of a psychotic episode.

Ready and Willing, for $13 an Hour or Whatever

Ready and Willing, for $13 an Hour or Whatever

A hiring fair at the George Washington Bridge Bus Station in Manhattan drew eager applicants.

Police Release First Details of Officers Who Shot Man in Brooklyn

Police Release First Details of Officers Who Shot Man in Brooklyn

In Crown Heights, Brooklyn, protests continued two days after a man with bipolar disorder was shot by the police.

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.

At Chappaqua Station, Local Food in an Old Depot

At Chappaqua Station, Local Food in an Old Depot

At Chappaqua Station, a cafe housed in a former depot, jazz bands like the Adam Larson Trio play on Saturday nights.

A Manhattan Museum Looks at Cuba’s Exotic Fauna and Flora

A Manhattan Museum Looks at Cuba’s Exotic Fauna and Flora

Jack Cesario painting a coral reef replica for the coming exhibition “iCuba!,” opening in November at the American Museum of Natural History.

Sex Harassment Complaints in New York Fall Into an Enforcement Maze

Sex Harassment Complaints in New York Fall Into an Enforcement Maze

Patricia Gunning’s retaliation complaint against her boss at a New York State agency was routed through several different investigative bodies and has yet to be resolved — a common fate for harassment complaints against state officials.

Turnstile Jumping Pits de Blasio Against Police Reformers

Turnstile Jumping Pits de Blasio Against Police Reformers

A spat over how to deal with subway fare evaders has unexpectedly united Mayor Bill de Blasio and Joseph Lhota, his 2013 Republican rival and the Metropolitan Transportation Authority chairman, against the Manhattan district attorney, Cyrus Vance.

As Supreme Court Shifts Under Trump, Cuomo Vows to Expand Abortion Rights

As Supreme Court Shifts Under Trump, Cuomo Vows to Expand Abortion Rights

Gov. Andrew Cuomo, flanked by Hillary Clinton, vowed on Monday to protect and expand the state’s abortion laws within the first 30 days of the new legislative session.

Seven Suspects Held in Slaying of Bronx Teen Lesandro Guzman-Feliz

Seven Suspects Held in Slaying of Bronx Teen Lesandro Guzman-Feliz

Hundreds of mourners gathered on Monday afternoon at the wake held for Lesandro Guzman-Feliz, a 15-year-old boy killed last week in the Bronx.


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