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Security Guard at 9/11 Memorial Charged With Trafficking Firearms

Security Guard at 9/11 Memorial Charged With Trafficking Firearms

Some of the firearms that federal authorities said were sold to an undercover officer.

How Maya Shetreat-Klein, Pediatric Neurologist, Spends Her Sundays

How Maya Shetreat-Klein, Pediatric Neurologist, Spends Her Sundays

Dr. Maya Shetreat-Klein with her dog, Leo, in Riverdale Park in the Bronx.

Review: In ‘How to Bury a Saint,’ Bocce, the Tarantella and Relationships

Review: In ‘How to Bury a Saint,’ Bocce, the Tarantella and Relationships

The cast of “How to Bury a Saint,” a play at Schoolhouse Theater in Croton Falls, N.Y. From left, Vince Trani (Sal); O.V. Daniels (Javier); Matt Biagini (Louis); Verna Pierce (Patsy); Bethany Caputo (Lucy) and Megan Mekjian (Ashley).

Ice Rink or Pool? On a 78-Degree Winter Day, It Was Hard to Tell

Ice Rink or Pool? On a 78-Degree Winter Day, It Was Hard to Tell

As the temperature climbed to 72 degrees at noon on Wednesday, the Rink at Bryant Park was covered by vast patches of water about an inch deep. The temperature reached 78 degrees in Manhattan in the afternoon.

Parents and Children Remain Separated by Miles and Bureaucracy

Parents and Children Remain Separated by Miles and Bureaucracy

Yeni González and her lawyer, José Xavier Orochena, after her release from immigration detention in Arizona. She is seeking to be reunited with her children who are in New York.

Veselnitskaya, Russian in Trump Tower Meeting, Is Charged in Case That Shows Kremlin Ties

Veselnitskaya, Russian in Trump Tower Meeting, Is Charged in Case That Shows Kremlin Ties

Natalia V. Veselnitskaya was charged on Tuesday with seeking to thwart a Justice Department investigation into money laundering.

Why an Upstate Prisoner With a History of Escape Foiled His Latest

Why an Upstate Prisoner With a History of Escape Foiled His Latest

Despite a bad end to his 2015 escape with a fellow inmate, David Sweat still entertains thoughts of breaking out of prison.

Prosecutor Brings Experience to Schneiderman Inquiry

Prosecutor Brings Experience to Schneiderman Inquiry

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo appointed Madeline Singas, the district attorney for Nassau County, to investigate Eric T. Schneiderman, New York’s former attorney general.

The Wall of Love Outside a Jail

The Wall of Love Outside a Jail

A woman, who gave her name only as Maria, waved to her husband’s cell at the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn.

3 Attica Guards Resign in Deal to Avoid Jail

3 Attica Guards Resign in Deal to Avoid Jail

The Attica Correctional Facility in western New York, a symbol of prison dysfunction since a deadly inmate rebellion in 1971.

City Orders Sims Statue Removed From Central Park

City Orders Sims Statue Removed From Central Park

The statue commemorating Dr. J. Marion Sims will be removed from Central Park on Tuesday morning, and relocated to Green-Wood Cemetery in Brooklyn, where he is buried.

Cuomo Creates Monitor to Oversee Repairs to City’s Public Housing

Cuomo Creates Monitor to Oversee Repairs to City’s Public Housing

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, center, at a public housing project in the Bronx in March. The governor has made four visits to Nycha complexes in the last month.

Indians in the Hamptons Stake Claim to a Tiny Eel With a Big Payday

Indians in the Hamptons Stake Claim to a Tiny Eel With a Big Payday

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.

Gov. Phil Murphy Just Banned Bear Hunts in New Jersey. Sort of.

Gov. Phil Murphy Just Banned Bear Hunts in New Jersey. Sort of.

Protesters in New Jersey on the first day of bear season last year.

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.

As Homeless Take Refuge in Subway, More Officers Are Sent to Help

As Homeless Take Refuge in Subway, More Officers Are Sent to Help

The E train has become a popular spot for homeless people to stay overnight, in part because it is underground the whole trip, keeping it warm.


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