Harvey Weinstein entering State Supreme Court in Manhattan with his lawyer, Benjamin Brafman, this month. Mr. Weinstein pleaded not guilty to sex assault charges.
A 1952 Chrysler Imperial Parade Phaeton, parked in Brooklyn, is New York City’s official parade car and has ferried astronauts, world leaders and presidents.
The Ashokan reservoir, enshrouded in fog in Ulster County, N.Y., provides drinking water to New York City.
Park & Orchard reopened this April under new ownership and with Christopher Albrecht in charge of the kitchen.
Residents of Seward Park Cooperative in Manhattan’s Lower East Side have been offered $54 million for the sale of the complex’s air rights, but are sharply divided.
The Victorian Vaudeville Quartet, keeping things lively at the annual Scott Joplin concert at St. Michael’s Cemetery in Queens.
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.
Mathilde Krim in 2010.
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.
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo toured a train yard in northern Manhattan in April, part of a series of hands-on events that Mr. Cuomo has held as he tries to address the subway’s deterioration, which has become a political liability for him.
Stephen Cassidy, the executive director of the Fire Pension Fund, was led out of the Midtown South Precinct station after being arrested on charges of drunken driving, drug possession and fleeing an accident. He was driving a city-owned car at the time of his crash.
Yoselyn Ortega, who worked as a nanny for a Manhattan family, is accused of murdering two of the children she cared for. A jury is expected to be picked this week for her trial in State Supreme Court in Manhattan. Her lawyers plan to mount an insanity defense.
Suraj Patel, who is running against Representative Carolyn Maloney, was told that his candidacy meant he would “never eat lunch in this town again.”
Mayor Bill de Blasio said on Tuesday that New York City will install more than a thousand bollards, like these in Times Square. The steel pillars are intended to help safeguard pedestrians from vehicular attacks, like the one that killed eight people in October.
A new play about St. Vincent’s Hospital wanders across time to bring together figures and narratives from the hospital’s 161-year history.
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, who opposed marijuana legalization efforts in the past, said recently that “facts have changed” around the drug.
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