David Taobi Silva, a Shinnecock Indian, stood on a dock within the Shinnecock Reservation in Long Island, near where he received a ticket for illegal fishing. He is due back in court soon and is seeking to have the charges dismissed, arguing that ancient treaties predate and supersede government regulations.
Diana Al-Hadid has created a sculpture series for Madison Square Park this summer.
This was the second trial for Norman Seabrook, who for two decades led the New York City correction officers’ union. He left the courthouse during his first trial, which ended in a mistrial, with a smile. But he was convicted on Wednesday of accepting a bribe.
State and city officials have reached a deal to reactivate speed cameras around schools in New York City.
“This is a federal government that’s gone backwards on this issue,” Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo of New York said.
Christine Quinn, the head of Win, a social service agency, has faced resistance to placing homeless shelters in neighborhoods around the city. The organization runs summer programs for residents of the shelters.
Clinton Correctional Facility in Dannemora, N.Y. While the number of state and federal prisoners continues to fall, former inmates are often reincarcerated because of technical parole violations.
Laura Walker, the president and chief executive of New York Public Radio, has built a public radio powerhouse, with a $100 million annual budget.
Lucy Thurber’s play “Transfers” opened on Monday, and is about two young, low-income students from the Bronx who are vying for a scholarship at a northeastern liberal arts college.
The white crow in Kim Jones’s exhibition can be found amid shadowy projections of crab apple trees from outside the museum.
Michael Guagno and Jenny Sheffer Stevens in “Animals Out of Paper.”
Lin-Manuel Miranda, creator of “Hamilton,” embracing Representative Adriano Espaillat on Friday night at Coogan’s restaurant in Washington Heights during a gathering to celebrate a new lease.
Dean G. Skelos, right, the former majority leader of the Senate Republicans, leaving federal court on Friday. Mr. Skelos will return to the stand on Monday.
The trial of Joaquín Guzmán Loera, the Mexican drug lord known as El Chapo, took a turn on Tuesday when jurors heard numerous secretly recorded phone calls by the kingpin.
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.
Liz Marina Cardozo, an owner of Araras Coffee & More in White Plains, working the counter.
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