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They Vowed to Fix the Subway a Year Ago. On-Time Rates Are Still Terrible.

They Vowed to Fix the Subway a Year Ago. On-Time Rates Are Still Terrible.

Passengers made their way through the Union Square subway station in Manhattan last week.

Gift for the Man Who Has Everything: A Pint of Craft Beer

Gift for the Man Who Has Everything: A Pint of Craft Beer

With 40-some breweries in operation, Connecticut offers many options for obtaining a local mugful. Powder Hollow Brewery operates a small taproom where you can sample its tap beers.

Seagram’s Liquor Heiress Charged in Nxivm Sex-Trafficking Case

Seagram’s Liquor Heiress Charged in Nxivm Sex-Trafficking Case

Clare Bronfman, center, heiress to the Seagram’s liquor fortune, leaving federal court in Brooklyn on Tuesday. She pleaded not guilty to racketeering and conspiracy in connection with her role at Nxivm, a disbanded Albany-area group whose leader is charged with sex trafficking.

Guarding the Prison Guards: New York State’s Troubled Disciplinary System

Guarding the Prison Guards: New York State’s Troubled Disciplinary System

Ramon Fabian at his home in Manhattan this month. A New York State inquiry found that while he was incarcerated at an upstate prison last year, a corrections officer there, Michael Bukowski, used excessive force against him and then lied about doing so.

Scandal and Political Wrangling Preceded Departure of Housing Chairwoman

Scandal and Political Wrangling Preceded Departure of Housing Chairwoman

Shola Olatoye, standing, appeared at a news conference on Tuesday in Far Rockaway, Queens, and spoke about stepping down as the chairwoman of the New York City Housing Authority.

Man Says Cardinal McCarrick, His ‘Uncle Ted,’ Sexually Abused Him for Years

Man Says Cardinal McCarrick, His ‘Uncle Ted,’ Sexually Abused Him for Years

Cardinal Theodore E. McCarrick was removed from ministry last month over a substantiated allegation that he sexually assaulted a 16-year-old altar boy in 1971.

Seeking a Second Chance at Landmark Status, Aluminum Siding and All

Seeking a Second Chance at Landmark Status, Aluminum Siding and All

The home at 99 Ryerson Street in Brooklyn, where Walt Whitman lived. The Landmarks Preservation Commission said last year that the house “does not rise to the level of an individual landmark.” A coalition is asking the panel to reconsider.

For Health Care Workers, the Worst Commutes in New York City

For Health Care Workers, the Worst Commutes in New York City

Delrisa Sewell-Henry, 54, waited for the Q25, the first of two buses she took to get to a home health care assignment in Springfield Gardens, Queens.

Wartime Memories in Miniature

Wartime Memories in Miniature

Collette Hutchins bought Jan’s Hobby Shop in Manhattan in 1973 after her son, who builds models, convinced her to put up the money: $12,000.

Bomber Sentenced to 2 Life Terms for Manhattan Attack

Bomber Sentenced to 2 Life Terms for Manhattan Attack

Ahmad Khan Rahimi in State Superior Court in Elizabeth, N.J., in May. Mr. Rahimi was sentenced to life in prison in Federal Court in Manhattan on Tuesday for the Chelsea bombing.

Could Trump’s Missing Signature Force Him to Testify?

Could Trump’s Missing Signature Force Him to Testify?

The argument by Michael Avenatti, the lawyer for Stephanie Clifford, the pornographic film star known as Stormy Daniels, hinges on a blank signature line above the alias used for Donald J. Trump, David Dennison, on a non-disclosure agreement.

In the Battle Between Cuomo and Nixon, the Subway Becomes a Central Issue

In the Battle Between Cuomo and Nixon, the Subway Becomes a Central Issue

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo toured a train yard in northern Manhattan in April, part of a series of hands-on events that Mr. Cuomo has held as he tries to address the subway’s deterioration, which has become a political liability for him.

A City Founded by Alexander Hamilton Sets the Stage for Its Next Act

A City Founded by Alexander Hamilton Sets the Stage for Its Next Act

André Sayegh, who was sworn in on Sunday as mayor of Paterson, said he wants to increase the number of visitors to the Great Falls, now designated a national park. He also hopes to lure a hotel to New Jersey’s third-largest city.

Uber Hit With Cap as New York City Takes Lead in Crackdown

Uber Hit With Cap as New York City Takes Lead in Crackdown

Drivers of for-hire vehicles on Wednesday demonstrated in support of a cap on ride-hail vehicles outside City Hall.

The City Council Has New Muscle. And It’s Starting to Flex It.

The City Council Has New Muscle. And It’s Starting to Flex It.

Councilman Ritchie Torres, left, and Aaron Carr, executive director of Housing Rights Initiative, during a March news conference. Mr. Torres runs the City Council’s committee on oversight and investigations.

Four Northeast States Pledge to Share Gun Safety Data

Four Northeast States Pledge to Share Gun Safety Data

“This is a federal government that’s gone backwards on this issue,” Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo of New York said.


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