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Body of Baby Boy Washes Up Under Brooklyn Bridge, Police Say

Body of Baby Boy Washes Up Under Brooklyn Bridge, Police Say

New York City police officers gather under the Brooklyn Bridge in Manhattan, where a diapered baby had been discovered floating on his back. The baby was pulled from the East River but was declared dead at the hospital.

Nanny Case Is a Parent’s Nightmare, Too Horrifying to See Up Close

Nanny Case Is a Parent’s Nightmare, Too Horrifying to See Up Close

After the murder of two children in 2012, a woman leaves flowers at a memorial outside their apartment building on the Upper West Side.

At Araras, Brazilian Snacks, Strong Coffee and Plenty of Smiles

At Araras, Brazilian Snacks, Strong Coffee and Plenty of Smiles

Liz Marina Cardozo, an owner of Araras Coffee & More in White Plains, working the counter.

Two Bronx Brothers Arrested in Bomb-Making Scheme

Two Bronx Brothers Arrested in Bomb-Making Scheme

James P. O’Neill, the New York City police commissioner, announced the arrest Thursday of two Bronx men on federal bomb-making charges.

Security and Enthusiasm Clash in Theater of the Absurd

Security and Enthusiasm Clash in Theater of the Absurd

Deborah McIntyre, a Barrymore Theater usher who was fired after visiting when she was not scheduled to work, to see President Obama.

New Jersey Town Aims to Keep App-Guided Outsiders Off Its Streets

New Jersey Town Aims to Keep App-Guided Outsiders Off Its Streets

Waves of motorists seeking to avoid George Washington Bridge traffic descend daily onto Leonia’s main thoroughfares. But a new ban will keep them off its side streets.

Vintners Discover Their Terroir in Cape May

Vintners Discover Their Terroir in Cape May

Award medals and barrels at Natali Winery.

Tenant Used Gas to Start Upper Manhattan Fire, Prosecutors Say

Tenant Used Gas to Start Upper Manhattan Fire, Prosecutors Say

A man was charged on Friday with setting a fire in his Harlem apartment building in November. The fire destroyed the building and displaced dozens of tenants. The authorities say that surveillance video captured the man, Jelani Parker, as he left the building after setting the fire.

How Stanley Turkel, 90, Spends His Sundays

How Stanley Turkel, 90, Spends His Sundays

Stanley Turkel at his home office in Flushing, Queens. Mr. Turkel, 90, works as a hotel consultant.

Little Italy Is Very Little, and Not Very Italian

Little Italy Is Very Little, and Not Very Italian

In Lower Manhattan, a big sign for a small neighborhood.

Review: At Lugano Wine Bar in Old Greenwich, a Long List of Fresh Offerings

Review: At Lugano Wine Bar in Old Greenwich, a Long List of Fresh Offerings

Lugano Wine Bar & Salumeria has reconfigured a space occupied by other restaurants in the past.

As Trump Tightens Legal Immigration, Canada Woos Tech Firms

As Trump Tightens Legal Immigration, Canada Woos Tech Firms

Datalogue, a New York City start-up, decided to open a Montreal office rather than go through the expensive and uncertain process of trying to get visas for immigrant workers in the United States.

Sisters’ Quiet Life of Prayer Disrupted by an Affordable Housing Fight

Sisters’ Quiet Life of Prayer Disrupted by an Affordable Housing Fight

From left, Sister Mary Angela, Sister Mary Linda, Sister Marie Aimée and Sister Mary Francis at the entrance of their convent in Greenburgh, N.Y. The sisters are embroiled in a dispute over a proposed affordable housing development next to their convent.

City Orders Sims Statue Removed From Central Park

City Orders Sims Statue Removed From Central Park

The statue commemorating Dr. J. Marion Sims will be removed from Central Park on Tuesday morning, and relocated to Green-Wood Cemetery in Brooklyn, where he is buried.

Review: Destination Bistro in Yorktown Heights Pays Attention

Review: Destination Bistro in Yorktown Heights Pays Attention

The owner of Destination Bistro, Rob Del Balzo, had several years of catering experience before opening the restaurant in Yorktown Heights.

The Slow-Motion Unraveling of an Immigrant Family

The Slow-Motion Unraveling of an Immigrant Family

Liany Guerrero and her family applied for political asylum in 2001 after fleeing threats of violence in Colombia. With their request denied, her husband has already been deported while she has 30 days to attend to medical treatments before she has to leave the country.


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