After appearing in federal court in Manhattan, Therese Patricia Okoumou, center, hugs a fellow member of the activist group Rise and Resist. Ms. Okoumou was arrested after she climbed onto the base of the Statue of Liberty.
Cynthia Nixon, right, talked to Judith Enck, a former federal Environmental Protection Agency official, during a march in Albany this week. A new poll shows that Ms. Nixon has cut into Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo’s early polling lead, but he still maintains a 22-point advantage ahead of the Democratic primary, according to a new survey from Quinnipiac University.
Tahaij Wells, 32, left, was shot dead and Amir Armstrong, 23, was in police custody after their involvement in a mass shooting at an arts festival in Trenton on Sunday, officials said.
Teresa, who asked to be identified only by her first name, is one of many immigrants in New York who might be affected by a new rule that would penalize her for using public services.
When the L train shutdown was announced in 2016, a number of Brooklyn residents who lived along the line moved.
Campbell’s Crooked Brook Farm, in Griswold.
The bid-rigging trial of Alain Kaloyeros began on Monday in Federal District Court in Manhattan, where Dr. Kaloyeros, center, had appeared two years ago after his arrest.
Construction workers on Sunday fixed damage from Thursday’s underground steam pipe explosion on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan’s Flatiron district.
Mourners at a vigil after a fatal fire in the Bronx last week. Another person injured in the blaze died on Thursday, bringing the total to 13.
Katie Merriman, the guide of the walking tour, explains the history of the Nation of Islam, whose Muhammad Mosque No. Seven is tucked on West 127th Street.
Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey, in one of his last acts before leaving office, signed a bill on Monday that would withdraw the state from the Waterfront Commission of New York Harbor, which monitors the docks in New York and New Jersey.
Apartments in Chelsea. The city comptroller said Airbnb rentals take units off the market for full-time residents.
Alex Branson, right, and her wife, Toni Branson, often go biking in Prospect Park, Brooklyn.
In his time as attorney general, Eric T. Schneiderman, right, had established himself as a crusader against President Trump and his agenda.
Mayor de Blasio promised to end racial disparity in marijuana enforcement in New York City.
State and city officials have reached a deal to reactivate speed cameras around schools in New York City.
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