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New Disclosure Rules for Shell Companies in New York Luxury Real Estate Sales

New Disclosure Rules for Shell Companies in New York Luxury Real Estate Sales

New York City’s luxury real estate market has become less and less transparent and increasingly alluring for foreign buyers, many of whom remain invisible behind limited liability companies.

Mark Your Calendar: Danny DeVito Day Declared in Jersey

Mark Your Calendar: Danny DeVito Day Declared in Jersey

Danny DeVito, 73, is being honored with his own day in Asbury Park, N.J., the Jersey Shore town where he grew up and where he got the “acting bug” going to local movie houses.

From the E.R. to the Garden, M.T.A. Chief Holds Unusually Powerful Perch

From the E.R. to the Garden, M.T.A. Chief Holds Unusually Powerful Perch

Joseph J. Lhota, center, watched speakers at the Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s Genius Transit Challenge conference at the Hammerstein Ballroom in Midtown last June.

Senator Does a U-Turn on Speed Cameras in School Zones

Senator Does a U-Turn on Speed Cameras in School Zones

Protesters outside Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo’s office in Manhattan on Thursday called for an extension of the law that allows for speed cameras in school zones. The law permitting their use expires July 25.

Menorah Blamed for Brooklyn Fire That Killed Mother and 3 Children

Menorah Blamed for Brooklyn Fire That Killed Mother and 3 Children

Avner Siani, a friend of the family, passing by the home in Brooklyn where a woman and three of her children died in a fire early Monday.

Cuomo Says America ‘Was Never That Great’ in Jab at Trump Slogan

Cuomo Says America ‘Was Never That Great’ in Jab at Trump Slogan

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, pictured speaking in May, challenged President Trump’s favorite slogan. “We are not going to make America great again. It was never that great,” he said on Wednesday.

Getaway Driver in Brink’s Heist Merits New Parole Hearing, Judge Rules

Getaway Driver in Brink’s Heist Merits New Parole Hearing, Judge Rules

Judith Clark, a getaway driver in the deadly 1981 robbery of a Brink’s armored car in Rockland County, was denied parole last year. But a judge has ordered the parole board to grant her a new hearing.

New Jersey Legalizes Sports Betting

New Jersey Legalizes Sports Betting

Gov. Philip Murphy signed a bill on Monday legalizing sports betting in New Jersey. Gambling could start as early as Thursday.

After Violence, a High School Tries to Regain Its Balance

After Violence, a High School Tries to Regain Its Balance

Police were a new presence at New Rochelle High School after three violent incidents in January, but the school district’s superintendent said the community did not want to “police themselves out of this problem.”

How Meredith Rollins, Editor in Chief of Redbook, Spends Her Sundays

How Meredith Rollins, Editor in Chief of Redbook, Spends Her Sundays

Meredith Rollins, editor in chief of Redbook, and her family rent a cottage in Litchfield County, Conn., which they visit on weekends.

Why New York City’s Waterworks Works

Why New York City’s Waterworks Works

Between the completion of the first water tunnel in 1915 and the start of construction on the second in 1928, the city built the Williamsburg Conduit to improve the water distribution system in parts of Brooklyn and Queens. This photo of the conduit was taken from the Hewes Street elevated train platform in 1925.

A Video of a Nail Salon Brawl Went Viral. Racially Tinged Protests Broke Out.

A Video of a Nail Salon Brawl Went Viral. Racially Tinged Protests Broke Out.

A worker looking at police officers and protesters outside Happy Red Apple Nails in Brooklyn on Monday.

‘This Is How Criminals Talk’: Closing Arguments Focus on Ziti

‘This Is How Criminals Talk’: Closing Arguments Focus on Ziti

Joseph Percoco, left, a former aide to Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, leaving court on Tuesday. He is accused of taking more than $300,000 in bribes.

Seven Suspects Held in Slaying of Bronx Teen Lesandro Guzman-Feliz

Seven Suspects Held in Slaying of Bronx Teen Lesandro Guzman-Feliz

Hundreds of mourners gathered on Monday afternoon at the wake held for Lesandro Guzman-Feliz, a 15-year-old boy killed last week in the Bronx.

Crowdsourcing the Commute

Crowdsourcing the Commute

Leigh Weaver was instrumental in an effort to establish a new bus route between Livingston, N.J., and Manhattan, using the tech start-up OurBus.

For the Living, a Donated Face. For the Dead, a Lifelike Replacement.

For the Living, a Donated Face. For the Dead, a Lifelike Replacement.

Doctors at New York University have developed a 3-D printed mask for use on a face-transplant donor.


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