Fire inspectors sifted through the wreckage of a Trump Tower apartment a day after a fatal fire on the 50th floor.
Christine C. Quinn, the City Council speaker, hosted a boisterous rally at the Stonewall Inn on Christopher Street on Friday night.
Alex Branson, right, and her wife, Toni Branson, often go biking in Prospect Park, Brooklyn.
Joaquín Guzmán Loera, the Mexican drug lord known as El Chapo, was extradited to the United States on federal charges. When his trial starts in September, the case will be heard by an anonymous jury, a judge ruled Monday.
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.
Richard Sipe in his San Diego home with a copy of his book “Celibacy in Crisis.” A former priest, he explored the roots of the abuse of minors by Catholic clerics.
Judge Jack Weinstein, 96, said that smoking pot is no longer a good reason to send prisoners who have been released back into custody.
Shirts and signs at the National Puerto Rican Day Parade in Manhattan noted the recent estimate by public-health experts on Hurricane Maria’s death toll on the island.
Overcrowding on subways has sometimes been as much a symptom as a cause of delays.
The 17 principals barely fit across the stage in “A Chorus Line,” at Playhouse on Park in West Hartford.
Matt Goldman, one of the cabana workers at Silver Gull Beach Club in Queens, sets up an umbrella for a member.
Gamblers at the Meadowlands Racetrack in East Rutherford, N.J., for opening day of sports betting on Saturday.
Jim Walden, center, a lawyer representing New York City Housing Authority tenants in their lawsuit against the city over living conditions, conferred with his team in State Supreme Court in Manhattan earlier this month.
Passengers evacuating through a tunnel in Upper Manhattan in June after an A train hit a loose rail on the tracks.
In a district where half the students are Hispanic or black, less than a quarter of children enrolled at the selective Booker T. Washington Middle School are from those groups. A new plan aims to change that.
Although it may seem to make sense for New York City to decide whether it wants congestion pricing, the State Constitution gives the State Legislature broad powers to override the city’s wishes.
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