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A Former Pharmaceutical Executive Is Running for U.S. Senate in New Jersey

A Former Pharmaceutical Executive Is Running for U.S. Senate in New Jersey

Bob Hugin, a Republican, in Springfield, N.J., on Tuesday announced that he is running for the United States Senate in New Jersey.

When Living Your Truth Can Mean Losing Your Children

When Living Your Truth Can Mean Losing Your Children

Chavie Weisberger of Brooklyn lost custody of her children after she lapsed in raising them religiously. But her case was reversed on appeal and is reverberating through the state’s lower courts.

A Tiny Home Takes Shape in Brooklyn, but It May Not Stay

A Tiny Home Takes Shape in Brooklyn, but It May Not Stay

Miko Mercer, 30, with the tiny home she is building in a warehouse in Crown Heights, Brooklyn.

The Erie Canal: A Marvel, Every Inch of the Way

The Erie Canal: A Marvel, Every Inch of the Way

Dorothy Day linked generosity, prayer and protest (she was arrested eight times) to help found the Catholic Worker Movement in New York.

Skip the Bordeaux, Go for the Assyrtiko

Skip the Bordeaux, Go for the Assyrtiko

From left, Nicholas Poulmentis, Brian McCoy and Chris Kouvaros at a food and wine tasting in preparation for the opening of a new Greek restaurant, Akrotiri.

Jahana Hayes Was Told She ‘Had No Chance.’ She, and Voters, Beg to Differ.

Jahana Hayes Was Told She ‘Had No Chance.’ She, and Voters, Beg to Differ.

Jahana Hayes, center, with her husband, Milford, right, maneuver through supporters after her upset victory in the Democratic primary for Connecticut’s Fifth Congressional District.

In New Jersey, Legal Marijuana Is So Close You Can Smell It. But It Could Be Awhile.

In New Jersey, Legal Marijuana Is So Close You Can Smell It. But It Could Be Awhile.

Shaya Brodchandel, chief executive of Harmony Dispensary, examining marijuana plants in Secaucus, N.J. The company recently began providing medical marijuana to the state.

Only in New York: Where Primary Day Comes Twice a Year

Only in New York: Where Primary Day Comes Twice a Year

New Yorkers headed to the polls Tuesday for congressional primaries. They will return in September for state primaries, making New York the only state in the nation where the elections are not being held on the same day.

Rep. Tenney’s Fervor for Trump Invites Ridicule, but Not From G.O.P. Base

Rep. Tenney’s Fervor for Trump Invites Ridicule, but Not From G.O.P. Base

Dwayne Parker, a printer at a newspaper in Central New York, said that even though his congresswoman, Claudia Tenney, has said some regrettable things, he planned to vote for her “because she’s a true conservative.”

How Cuts in Basic Subway Upkeep Can Make Your Commute Miserable

How Cuts in Basic Subway Upkeep Can Make Your Commute Miserable

Passengers evacuating through a tunnel in Upper Manhattan in June after an A train hit a loose rail on the tracks.

Documents Show Political Lobbying in Census Question About Citizenship

Documents Show Political Lobbying in Census Question About Citizenship

Kris W. Kobach, the Kansas secretary of state. In a July 2017 email, he noted that he had spoken with the commerce secretary about a census question about citizenship on at least two occasions.

On the Subway, Help Is Not Coming

On the Subway, Help Is Not Coming

A booth clerk at a subway station in Brooklyn.

A Partial Win for Prosecutors Who Targeted Fraternity After Student’s Death

A Partial Win for Prosecutors Who Targeted Fraternity After Student’s Death

Chun Hsien Deng, an 18-year-old freshman at Baruch College who went by Michael, was fatally injured in 2013 during a hazing ritual performed by members of the Pi Delta Psi at this home in the Poconos in Pennsylvania.

At Chappaqua Station, Local Food in an Old Depot

At Chappaqua Station, Local Food in an Old Depot

At Chappaqua Station, a cafe housed in a former depot, jazz bands like the Adam Larson Trio play on Saturday nights.

New York Has World-Class Hospitals. Why Is It So Bad for People in Need of Transplants?

New York Has World-Class Hospitals. Why Is It So Bad for People in Need of Transplants?

Kehinde Majekodumi has been on dialysis for two years. She is one of around 8,500 New Yorkers with organ failure who are currently awaiting an organ transplant.


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