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Review: At Gyro World in Pleasantville, No One Leaves Hungry

Review: At Gyro World in Pleasantville, No One Leaves Hungry

Gyro World does Greek classics, and quickly.

She’s Trying to Pull an Ocasio-Cortez. Her Target: Pete King.

She’s Trying to Pull an Ocasio-Cortez. Her Target: Pete King.

Liuba Grechen Shirley, center, a Democratic newcomer, is challenging the Republican Peter T. King, who has represented Long Islanders in Congress for 25 years.

Remington’s Bankruptcy Stalls Ruling in Sandy Hook Families’ Suit

Remington’s Bankruptcy Stalls Ruling in Sandy Hook Families’ Suit

From left, Fred Guttenberg, father of Jaime Guttenberg, 14, who was killed at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida; Francine Wheeler, mother of Ben Wheeler, 6, a victim of the Sandy Hook shooting, and Lori Haas, mother of a survivor of the Virginia Tech shooting, during a meeting with Senate Democrats about gun violence last month.

In Deeply Blue New Jersey, an Unexpected Battle for Senate

In Deeply Blue New Jersey, an Unexpected Battle for Senate

Senator Robert Menendez of New Jersey, a Democrat, spoke with voters during a campaign round table at a diner in North Bergen, N.J. Mr. Menendez is running for re-election in November, and he is still dogged by ethics questions even after his federal corruption trial ended in a hung jury.

Railway Workers Sue, Citing Discrimination and Low Pay

Railway Workers Sue, Citing Discrimination and Low Pay

Edison Gutierrez is one of 18 men who filed a lawsuit on Wednesday against New York & Atlantic Railway, its parent company, Anacostia Rail Holdings Company, and three officials.

A Screeching Stop for Speed Cameras in New York City School Zones

A Screeching Stop for Speed Cameras in New York City School Zones

Polly Trottenberg, the city’s transportation commissioner, spoke about the need for speed cameras at a news conference in Long Island City on Wednesday, the day the law permitting the cameras expired.

After Cries of Sexism, M.T.A. Says Sex Toy Ads are O.K.

After Cries of Sexism, M.T.A. Says Sex Toy Ads are O.K.

An advertisement for Roman, a company that sells medication intended to treat erectile dysfunction, at the Grand Central subway station.

De Blasio Goes Stumping in Quinn Country

De Blasio Goes Stumping in Quinn Country

Christine C. Quinn, the City Council speaker, hosted a boisterous rally at the Stonewall Inn on Christopher Street on Friday night.

Dusting Off an Art Deco Feminist Treasure

Dusting Off an Art Deco Feminist Treasure

Until 1934, only women could live in the Panhellenic.

The Inevitable Rise of the Gay Hooters

The Inevitable Rise of the Gay Hooters

The bartenders at the original Boxers on West 20th Street, as much of an attraction as the mac-and-cheese bites.

How Corey Johnson, City Council Speaker, Spends His Sundays

How Corey Johnson, City Council Speaker, Spends His Sundays

Mr. Johnson, the City Council speaker, with his cat, Mousse.

Lin-Manuel Miranda, the Next Lion of New York

Lin-Manuel Miranda, the Next Lion of New York

Lin-Manuel Miranda, December 2017.

Giuliani Promised a Surprise Before the Election. Comey Delivered One.

Giuliani Promised a Surprise Before the Election. Comey Delivered One.

Rudolph W. Giuliani’s cryptic remarks just days before the F.B.I. reopened its investigation of Hillary Clinton in 2016 have led to speculation about what he knew.

Review: At Rosemary and Vine in Rye, Full-Flavor Vegetarian

Review: At Rosemary and Vine in Rye, Full-Flavor Vegetarian

Rosemary and Vine in Rye has Mediterranean and Middle Eastern offerings that employ delicate uses of flavor.

3 Lessons From Corruption Convictions

3 Lessons From Corruption Convictions

Dean G. Skelos, the former majority leader of the New York State Senate, and his wife, Gail, leaving Federal District Court in Manhattan on Tuesday after he and his son Adam were convicted a second time of bribery, extortion and conspiracy charges.

Archbishop Sheen’s Body to Stay in New York, for Now

Archbishop Sheen’s Body to Stay in New York, for Now

Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen delivering a sermon in 1979. Catholic dioceses in Illinois and New York are fighting over where the archbishop, who died in 1979, should be buried.


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