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Teenager Pleads Guilty in the Killing of Tessa Majors

Mr. Lewis said that he had gone along several times before the encounter with Ms. Majors, only to back out,…

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He Nearly Qualified for Release From Rikers. Instead, He Died There.

When Gov. Kathy Hochul announced on Friday that nearly 200 people being held at the Rikers Island jail complex on…

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Glitch Reveals Ballot Choices of N.Y.C. Voters, Including Mayor’s Son

When a well-known 20-something New Yorker cast his Democratic primary ballot in June, he had every reason to assume that…

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Making Streetside Dining Permanent

It’s Monday. Today we’ll look at “streeteries” — amid a wider discussion about the street space they now occupy and…

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Die, Beautiful Spotted Lanternfly, Die

On a recent weekend afternoon, Damian Biollo went to Hudson Yards with his wife to meet up with a drawing…

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‘My Heart Started Pounding When I Realized I Was That Someone’

Sticky Situation Dear Diary: As I sat finishing a burger on the Dumbo pier while waiting for the ferry to…

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Rep. Lee Zeldin Confirms Leukemia Diagnosis

Representative Lee Zeldin, a staunch conservative from Long Island and the leading Republican candidate in next year’s race for governor…

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Hochul Orders Release of 191 Detainees as Rikers Crisis Deepens

On Friday, Mr. de Blasio said the city had committed to releasing the 191 detainees as soon as possible. In…

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New York Public Library to Keep Picture Collection Browsable

The New York Public Library on Thursday reversed course and announced that it would continue to maintain its venerable Picture…

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Retailers Rethink Pandemic-Battered Manhattan

In the heart of Manhattan’s garment district, a once-busy Starbucks on the corner of Eighth Avenue and 39th Street sits…

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