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How Dapper Dan, Harlem Haberdasher, Spends His Sundays

They Dispense Street Justice in NYC, One Defaced License Plate at a Time

Man Who Fatally Bludgeoned GuiYing Ma Faces 20-Year Sentence

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Is It Covid? The Flu? RSV? New Yorkers Are Sick of Being Sick.

Police Officers May No Longer Hold People to Check for Warrants

Letitia James Is Accused of Protecting Aide From Harassment Allegations

New York Bans Pet Stores From Selling Dogs, Cats and Rabbits

A Look Inside New York’s Swirling Kaleidoscope of Faiths

Woman Admits Unknowingly Funding Effort to Kidnap Masih Alinejad

NYC Community Boards Usually Oppose New Housing. Not This One.

What to Know About NYC’s Plan for Mentally Ill Homeless People

Higher Pay for New York’s Uber Drivers Is Temporarily Halted by Judge

‘Nightmare’ Warehouse Fire Erases Evidence in Many Unsolved Cases

D.A. to Fund Mental Health Care for People Arrested in Manhattan

Hochul and Adams Envision ‘New New York.’ Getting There Is the Trick.

Could the B.Q.E. Return to Six Lanes of Traffic?

Damian Williams, Prosecutor in the FTX Case, Tackles Major Financial Crimes

Trump Organization Was Held in Contempt After Secret Trial Last Year

Fire Erupts at an NYPD Evidence Center in Brooklyn

Subway Station Clerks to Step Out From Booths Into New Role

Hochul’s Big Choice: Picking New York’s Most Powerful Judge

New York’s New Gun Law Remains Intact for Now After Appeals Court Ruling

Brooklyn Hospital Network Battles a Cyberattack

Why Some Hasidic Children Can’t Leave Failing Schools

Scott Stringer Sues for Defamation Over Sexual Assault Claim

Police Seek 18-Year-Old Man After Teen Girl Is Fatally Stabbed in Harlem

Behind New York City’s Shift on Mental Health, a Solitary Quest

Strike Ends at the New School and Parsons School of Design

‘I Was Walking Along the Path by the East River Near 20th Street’

NYC Subway Fare Could Reach Over $3 As Officials Battle Pandemic Losses

Man Accused in 2015 Terror Attacks in Mali Is Extradited to the U.S.

When a Violent Race Riot in Washington Square Park Roiled New York City

A Princeton Student Died. Her Classmates Want to Know What Happened.

New Yorkers Urged to Wear Masks Indoors as Covid, Flu and RSV Cases Rise

NYPD Officers Leave in Droves for Better Pay in Smaller Towns

She Preached Death Without Fear. Could She Practice It?

How Darren Criss Spends His Sundays

Mayor Eric Adams Wins Fight Over Rat Infestation Fine

Advocates for Mentally Ill Call for Restraining Order to Halt Removal Plan

Mayor Adams’ Plan for NYC’s Housing Crisis Would Relax Rules for Developers

Inside the Fight to Pay Food Delivery Workers $23 an Hour

A Long Road to Renewal for Former Military Bases

Weed Connoisseurs Celebrate Local Craft Growers

Ukrainian Accused of Election Interference Charged With Money Laundering

Letitia James Accused of Protecting Top Aide From Harassment Allegations

Retracing Walt Whitman’s Steps Through Brooklyn and Manhattan

A Times Square Hotel Was Set To Become Affordable Housing. Then the Union Stepped In.

New York Competition Highlights Local Cannabis Growers

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