Andre Twendele, a refugee from the Democratic Republic of Congo, who now lives in Elizabeth, N.J., spent 11 years in Dzaleka Refugee Camp before obtaining a visa to come to the United States.
Angelika Graswald, who pleaded guilty to criminally negligent homicide in the drowning death of her fiancé, will receive a portion of his life insurance payout, in a settlement reached with his family.
Todd Howe, left, described Joseph Percoco, holding his catch after a 2010 fishing trip, as “the closest thing to a brother I ever had.”
Talli Levine, 30, with her daughter Olivia, 1, and son, Harrison, in the playroom at the Brompton on the Upper East Side.
Juanita Perez Williams, second from right, entered the race for the 24th Congressional District in Central New York, with the urging and backing of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee.
Michael D. Cohen, a longtime lawyer for President Trump, appeared in Federal District Court on Monday. The judge hearing his case, Kimba M. Wood, has been on the bench for 30 years.
Passengers evacuating through a tunnel in Upper Manhattan in June after an A train hit a loose rail on the tracks.
Stefano Gentili, a native of Rome, is the executive chef of Piccolo Italian Gourmet.
The Satmar Hasidic enclave in the village of Kiryas Joel in Orange County sought to establish its own public school system to serve children with special needs.
Representative Sean Patrick Maloney believes he can run for New York attorney general while maintaining his congressional re-election efforts. If he wins the attorney general primary, he said he would step aside from his effort to be re-elected to the House of Representatives.
While Uber promotes itself as a way for drivers to earn extra money to fund their dreams, in truth, most drivers in New York City work full time.
A man walks across East 141st Street in the Mott Haven neighborhood of the Bronx, N.Y. on Monday, a block away from where the city plans to build a jail.
Students at the Christa McAuliffe Intermediate School 187 in June. A report released on Wednesday shows just how challenging it will be for New York City to address middle school segregation.
Tonya Cooper, left, and Jamila Rose, two customer service ambassadors, helping New York City subway riders inside the Times Square station.
A beach in France. A sign for a New Jersey real-estate broker. A mystery. An answer.
“The conduct alleged against Joel Davis is as unfathomable as it is sickening,” Geoffrey S. Berman, the United States attorney for the Southern District of New York, said in a statement.
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