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How Joe Budden Became the Howard Stern of Hip-Hop

How Joe Budden Became the Howard Stern of Hip-Hop

Recording a recent episode of the podcast in Astoria, Queens.

The Wall of Love Outside a Jail

The Wall of Love Outside a Jail

A woman, who gave her name only as Maria, waved to her husband’s cell at the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn.

Here Are the Lobbying Emails Cuomo Fought Hard to Keep Secret

Here Are the Lobbying Emails Cuomo Fought Hard to Keep Secret

In nearly 350 pages of emails obtained by The New York Times, it was clear that Todd Howe, a lobbyist who has since pleaded guilty to eight felonies in a cooperation deal, had entree to the top levels of Mr. Cuomo’s administration.

Battling Climate Change from the Back Seat of an S.U.V.

Battling Climate Change from the Back Seat of an S.U.V.

Mayor Bill de Blasio has filed suit against big oil companies for their part in climate change, but he regularly rides around town in an S.U.V.

How Do You Solve a Problem Like the Verrazano? With an Extra Z

How Do You Solve a Problem Like the Verrazano? With an Extra Z

After the better part of a century of wrangling, the state seems poised to finally change the spelling of the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge to match the way the 16th-century explorer Giovanni da Verrazzano spelled his name.

Pedal-Assist Dockless Bikes Roll Out in the Bronx

Pedal-Assist Dockless Bikes Roll Out in the Bronx

The 200 pedal-assist, dockless bikes by Jump have a motor that kicks in when it determines that a rider needs a bit of a boost, topping out at 20 miles per hour.

N.Y.’s New Attorney General Is Targeting Trump. Will Judges See a ‘Political Vendetta?’

N.Y.’s New Attorney General Is Targeting Trump. Will Judges See a ‘Political Vendetta?’

Letitia James, a Democrat, has made no secret that she intends to use her powers as New York’s attorney general to pursue possible legal action against President Trump.

To New Yorkers’ Delight, Coogan’s Says It Isn’t Closing After All

To New Yorkers’ Delight, Coogan’s Says It Isn’t Closing After All

Lin-Manuel Miranda, creator of “Hamilton,” embracing Representative Adriano Espaillat on Friday night at Coogan’s restaurant in Washington Heights during a gathering to celebrate a new lease.

The Year of Living Angrily

The Year of Living Angrily

An important and perhaps overlooked story of 2017 was the opioid crisis among the urban poor. Here Clara Cardelle, an outreach worker, passes out fentanyl test strips, naloxone and hygiene kits in the Bronx.

As a School Moves Out of Renewal, Can Its Progress Be Sustained?

As a School Moves Out of Renewal, Can Its Progress Be Sustained?

At DreamYard Preparatory high school in the Bronx, the school day was extended by an hour. During the extra hour, three days a week, students work on academics, and twice a week they experiment with professional and vocational possibilities that interest them.

A Screeching Stop for Speed Cameras in New York City School Zones

A Screeching Stop for Speed Cameras in New York City School Zones

Polly Trottenberg, the city’s transportation commissioner, spoke about the need for speed cameras at a news conference in Long Island City on Wednesday, the day the law permitting the cameras expired.

A Revealing Statue of Washington Arrives, but Not Its Champion

A Revealing Statue of Washington Arrives, but Not Its Champion

A statue of George Washington by Antonio Canova displayed at the Frick Collection in Manhattan.

A Nail Salon Brawl Opened a Racial Rift Online. In Brooklyn, the Mood Is Calmer.

A Nail Salon Brawl Opened a Racial Rift Online. In Brooklyn, the Mood Is Calmer.

Protesters shut down 888 Happy Red Apple Nails after a video captured Asian nail workers fighting black customers.

Nights at the Museum: When the Met Became a Movie Studio

Nights at the Museum: When the Met Became a Movie Studio

A scene in “Ocean’s 8” was filmed inside the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Temple of Dendur.

Gold Trader in High-Security Jail Was Smuggled Booze, Cell Phones and More by Guard

Gold Trader in High-Security Jail Was Smuggled Booze, Cell Phones and More by Guard

Reza Zarrab, a Turkish-Iranian gold trader, paid a guard at a federal jail in Manhattan to smuggle luxuries into his cell. The former guard, Victor Casado, pleaded guilty to bribery charges on Friday.


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