Charles Kushner has been seeking to sell a stake of 666 Fifth Avenue for three years, and a previous deal with a Chinese insurance company fell through last year.
State Senator Simcha Felder is receiving pressure from Gov. Andrew Cuomo and other fellow Democrats to stop caucusing with Senate Republicans.
Construction work has stopped on the St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church in Liberty Park, just south of the 9/11 Memorial Plaza in Manhattan.
Stanley Brezenoff at a news conference on Tuesday, where Mayor Bill de Blasio announced him as the housing authority’s interim chairman.
The five defendants in the Central Park jogger case, behind the table, in court in 1990.
Mathilde Krim in 2010.
Modern on the Rails in Mamaroneck is set inside an 1888 train station and is an outpost of the Modern restaurant in New Rochelle, N.Y.
A red fox near the beach in Brigantine, N.J., where the animal is treated as an unofficial mascot. State officials consider the animal a menace to piping plovers, endangered shore birds that nest on the beach.
Federal prosecutors in New York are investigating President Trump’s longtime personal lawyer and fixer, Michael D. Cohen.
In a district where half the students are Hispanic or black, less than a quarter of children enrolled at the selective Booker T. Washington Middle School are from those groups. A new plan aims to change that.
A playground at the Riis Houses in Manhattan was repaired after an audit by the city comptroller found unsafe conditions there and at hundreds of other playgrounds at Nycha housing projects.
The diagonal stripes on the forearm section of a police officer’s uniform represents the years of service in the New York Police Department, according to a department representative.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo, center, greeting Velmanette Montgomery, a state senator, at an event in Brooklyn. Cynthia Nixon kicked off her campaign in nearby Brownsville.
During a trip to visit shelters for separated families at the border in Texas last month, Mayor Bill de Blasio and an entourage may have themselves crossed the border illegally.
Although the summer heat might propel some to seek relief in the city’s fountains, the air conditioning in offices might compel some workers to seek blankets.
Israel Reyes, at Public School 69X in the Bronx, wanted to brighten the building for students. “There were no colors,” he said of what it looked like before. “It was like walking into a prison.”
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