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Deal Reached to Reactivate Speed Cameras at New York City Schools

Deal Reached to Reactivate Speed Cameras at New York City Schools

State and city officials have reached a deal to reactivate speed cameras around schools in New York City.

N.Y. Police Official Who Took Las Vegas Trip and Gifts Is Acquitted of Corruption Charges

N.Y. Police Official Who Took Las Vegas Trip and Gifts Is Acquitted of Corruption Charges

A jury in Federal District Court in Manhattan found James Grant, a former New York City deputy police inspector, not guilty on all charges.

Review: Greek Within Reach at Taverna 38 in Williston Park

Review: Greek Within Reach at Taverna 38 in Williston Park

The promising new restaurant Taverna 38 serves Greeks specialties at reasonable prices.

In New York, Even a Count of Separated Children Proves Elusive

In New York, Even a Count of Separated Children Proves Elusive

Children wearing masks at Cayuga Centers in East Harlem. The agency has 243 separated children in its care, the mayor said, the most of any group in the state.

Review: ‘The Forgotten Woman’ in Sag Harbor Is an Ode to Opera

Review: ‘The Forgotten Woman’ in Sag Harbor Is an Ode to Opera

Ashlie Atkinson as Margaret, the soprano at the center of the action, with Mark Junek, Darren Goldstein and Robert Stanton.

Down the Aisles, a Secret Shelter for the Homeless

Down the Aisles, a Secret Shelter for the Homeless

William Arroyo, 57, is among a handful of homeless men who stay overnight in the basement of a bodega in Brooklyn.

Federal Officials Claim de Blasio Crossed Border Illegally

Federal Officials Claim de Blasio Crossed Border Illegally

During a trip to visit shelters for separated families at the border in Texas last month, Mayor Bill de Blasio and an entourage may have themselves crossed the border illegally.

Lawyers in Cohen Case to Appear in Court to Negotiate Disputes

Lawyers in Cohen Case to Appear in Court to Negotiate Disputes

Federal agents seized documents, cellphones, iPads and computers from the apartment, hotel room and office of Michael D. Cohen, President Trump’s longtime lawyer and fixer.

Review: Small Stage Reinvigorates ‘A Chorus Line’ at Playhouse on Park

Review: Small Stage Reinvigorates ‘A Chorus Line’ at Playhouse on Park

The 17 principals barely fit across the stage in “A Chorus Line,” at Playhouse on Park in West Hartford.

Judge Orders Document Review in Cohen Case to End Next Week

Judge Orders Document Review in Cohen Case to End Next Week

Michael D. Cohen, President Trump’s longtime personal lawyer, arrives at his hotel in New York City last week. A federal judge is overseeing a review of a trove of documents seized by investigators from his office to determine how many are covered by attorney-client privilege.

A Report of Sexual Misconduct, a $25,000 Payment and an Activist’s Abrupt Exit

A Report of Sexual Misconduct, a $25,000 Payment and an Activist’s Abrupt Exit

In December, Glenn E. Martin, a leading voice in the push to close Rikers Island, abruptly quit the criminal justice reform group he had founded. A woman who had worked for him at the organization had been paid $25,000 in 2015 as part of a confidential agreement after she said that Mr. Martin had groped her.

Working Families Party Starts Small, but Thinks Big

Working Families Party Starts Small, but Thinks Big

Christine Camilleri, left, and Jasmin Oppenheimer, of the Working Families Party, with Bill Magnus, a registered Democrat, in Brooklyn in 2016. The Working Families Party has gradually increased its presence around New York State.

New York Crafts Loophole to Protect Property Tax Deductions. But the I.R.S. Could Close It.

New York Crafts Loophole to Protect Property Tax Deductions. But the I.R.S. Could Close It.

Helene E. Weinstein, chairwoman of the Ways and Means Committee in the state Assembly, discussed the state’s $168 billion budget before its final approval on Saturday.

Review: ‘Art’ and ‘Red’ in Repertory at Westport Country Playhouse

Review: ‘Art’ and ‘Red’ in Repertory at Westport Country Playhouse

Patrick Andrews, left, and Stephen Rowe in “Red.” The Westport Country Playhouse is presenting the two shows in repertory, with “Red” on odd-number days.

New York Is Said to Open Tax Inquiry Into Trump Foundation

New York Is Said to Open Tax Inquiry Into Trump Foundation

Donald J. Trump donated a check to Puppy Jake, a veteran’s charity, from the Trump Foundation during a 2016 presidential campaign event in Davenport, Iowa.


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