Representative Chris Collins had told so many people, from fellow House members to friends and relatives, about a surefire investment: a little-known Australian drug company that was developing a treatment
Pop Smoke was emerging last summer as one of the hottest young rappers from Brooklyn, scoring collaborations with artists like Travis Scott and Nicki Minaj. Then, on Friday, hours before he was scheduled
Half of the 12 jurors selected this week in the rape trial of Harvey Weinstein share something with him: They are white men; some well-heeled. A seventh is a black man. The remaining five are women. But
The Trump administration took renewed aim at New York City’s so-called sanctuary policies on Friday after the recent arrest of an undocumented Guyanese man on charges that he raped and murdered a 92-year-old
This article has been revised to reflect the following correction: An earlier version of this article misidentified Annel Hernandez's role with the community development organization called the Point.
To keep tens of thousands of dollars in monthly rent money rolling in, Maria Hrynenko, a landlord in the East Village, rolled the dice and decided to cut corners at her tenants’ expense, installing a gas
To register her twin daughters for kindergarten a few years ago, Marissa Hoechstetter needed their birth certificates. It had been quite a while since she had last looked closely at them, and when she
The foie gras truffle torchon at the Beatrice Inn in Greenwich Village is a decadent indulgence: four discs of silky duck-liver mousse paired with triangles of buttery toast, all arranged on a silver The
Regular riders aboard the No. 7 train could tell something was different on Thursday as it rumbled between Manhattan and Queens. The voice crackling over the subway’s speaker system seemed off somehow:
[Want to get New York Today by email? Here’s the sign-up.] It’s Friday. We’re off on Monday for Martin Luther King’s Birthday. Weather: Sunny, with a high near 30. Snow moves in tomorrow. Alternate-side
For a while, Chris Thile spent his weekends between two cities. After hosting “Live from Here” (formerly “A Prairie Home Companion”) in St. Paul, Minn., on Saturday nights, he would fly home to Brooklyn
A job at Barneys New York once represented a glimmering opportunity in a challenging retail landscape — the kind of chain where sales associates might work for decades, earning competitive salaries as
The divide between Mayor Bill de Blasio and Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo has colored many city vs. state squabbles, seeping into disputes over subway repairs, school funding and solving the homelessness crisis.
For nearly a decade, the gruesome discovery of 11 bodies over two years near a beach on Long Island has terrified residents and stumped investigators. Eventually, the police linked four of the bodies one
Even in an impeachment drama brimming with improbable characters, Robert F. Hyde stands out. Mr. Hyde, an obscure Republican candidate for Congress in Connecticut, was thrust into the proceedings to remove
One week before opening statements in his rape trial and deep into the jury selection process, lawyers for Harvey Weinstein asked a state appeals court on Thursday to delay the proceeding and move it from
Film Forum’s latest series, “Black Women: Trailblazing African American Performers & Images, 1920-2001,” opening Friday, is an event. Not just something to mark on your calendar, but an event to line for.
A high-level New York City panel appointed by Mayor Bill de Blasio and other officials intends to propose a bailout for thousands of taxi drivers trapped in exploitative loans that could cost as much $500
“Worlds Beyond Earth” is the first new space show at the American Museum of Natural History in more than six years, and if you haven’t been to a planetarium in a while, the experience is a bit like being
If there’s a fire in Jersey City or a cat stuck in a tree, there’s a good chance that Bruce Springsteen’s son may be dispatched to the scene. Sam Springsteen was one of 15 new firefighters who were sworn
The title character of “My Name Is Lucy Barton,” Rona Munro’s crystalline stage adaptation of Elizabeth Strout’s 2016 novel, is hardly a woman of mystery. On the contrary, as embodied with middle-American
King delivered a sermon titled “The Death of Evil Upon the Seashore” in 1956 at this enormous Episcopalian house of worship in Morningside Heights, Manhattan. In his speech, he drew a connection between
Ekala is a prickly climber akin to North American greenbrier, often dismissed as a troublemaking weed. In the Imereti region of Georgia, its crisp young shoots are gathered in spring, before their thorns