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New Jersey Emerges as a Liberal Bulwark Under Murphy

New Jersey Emerges as a Liberal Bulwark Under Murphy

Under Gov. Philip D. Murphy, a Democrat who succeeded Chris Christie, a Republican, New Jersey has been abruptly tilting in a more liberal direction on issues that include immigration, climate change and gun control.

Review: A King’s Long Goodbye in Madison

Review: A King’s Long Goodbye in Madison

From left, Kristie Dale Sanders, Marion Adler, Jon Barker, Jesmille Darbouze, Brent Harris and Greg Watanabe in “Exit the King.”

Yale Holds Hearings in Case of Student Cleared of Rape

Yale Holds Hearings in Case of Student Cleared of Rape

Saifullah Khan, right, during his criminal trial on sexual assault charges. He was found not guilty in March, but now faces a university panel.

Sheldon Silver Is Convicted in 2nd Corruption Trial

Sheldon Silver Is Convicted in 2nd Corruption Trial

The first trial of Sheldon Silver, the former State Assembly speaker, lasted five weeks; his retrial took only two weeks, with jurors in both cases arriving at the same guilty verdict.

A Chef Opens a Restaurant. His Training? Decades in a Prison Kitchen.

A Chef Opens a Restaurant. His Training? Decades in a Prison Kitchen.

Candido Ortiz, a former prison chef while incarcerated for more than 26 years, opened his own restaurant in Jersey City.

On ‘Tin Cup Day,’ Mayor de Blasio Sees a Role Reversal of Sorts

On ‘Tin Cup Day,’ Mayor de Blasio Sees a Role Reversal of Sorts

Mayor Bill de Blasio and Assemblywoman Helene Weinstein, the chairwoman of the Assembly’s Ways and Means Committee, before Monday’s budget hearing in Albany.

Review: Salt & Barrel Oyster and Craft Cocktail Bar in Bay Shore

Review: Salt & Barrel Oyster and Craft Cocktail Bar in Bay Shore

The bar at Salt & Barrel Oyster and Craft Cocktail Bar in Bay Shore, which opened at the end of March.

The First 2020 Race Is Underway: Scrambling for New York Donors

The First 2020 Race Is Underway: Scrambling for New York Donors

Former vice president Joseph R. Biden Jr. introduces Gov. Andrew Cuomo at the state Democratic convention in May.

Before Arrests in Bomb-Making Case, a Fascination With Conspiracies

Before Arrests in Bomb-Making Case, a Fascination With Conspiracies

Residents and neighbors on Thursday night talked to media outside the apartment building in the Bronx where the Toro brothers lived.

The Price of Nice Nails

The Price of Nice Nails

At May's Nails Salon on West 14th Street in Manhattan, a customer gets a neck massage while her nails dry.

In a Joyous Milestone, Officer Who Cheated Death Heads Home

In a Joyous Milestone, Officer Who Cheated Death Heads Home

Detective Dalsh Veve exited a West Orange, N.J., rehabilitation facility on Monday to the sounds of cheers and bagpipes.

City Studied Rockaway Erosion, Found No Issue. Then It Closed the Beach.

City Studied Rockaway Erosion, Found No Issue. Then It Closed the Beach.

Brothers Joe Catapano, 79, left, and Fred Catapano, 74, sitting earlier this week on a section of Rockaway Beach that will be closed once the city officially opens its beaches on Saturday.

N.Y.U. Promised Reforms in Abu Dhabi. Report Says It Has Reneged.

N.Y.U. Promised Reforms in Abu Dhabi. Report Says It Has Reneged.

An investigation by The New York Times in 2014 found that construction workers on N.Y.U.’s Abu Dhabi campus had been charged steep recruitment fees and were not being paid the wages they were promised.

Connecticut’s Deficit Could Put Some Weekend Trains at Risk

Connecticut’s Deficit Could Put Some Weekend Trains at Risk

Connecticut officials are threatening to cut weekend train service at 17 branch-line stations, including the one in New Canaan, because of financial problems.

Fighting Back Against the War on Homeless Shelters

Fighting Back Against the War on Homeless Shelters

Christine Quinn, the head of Win, a social service agency, has faced resistance to placing homeless shelters in neighborhoods around the city. The organization runs summer programs for residents of the shelters.

De Blasio’s Pitch for Progressivism Finds an Ally Across the River

De Blasio’s Pitch for Progressivism Finds an Ally Across the River

Mayor Bill de Blasio on Tuesday traveled to Newark to appear with that city’s mayor, Ras Baraka, to help introduce a housing initiative modeled after a similar one in New York.


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