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Kushner Partner in 666 Fifth Ave. Says It Has Deal to Sell

Kushner Partner in 666 Fifth Ave. Says It Has Deal to Sell

The Kushners bought 666 Fifth Avenue just before the 2008 recession, and the building’s finances have been troubled ever since.

Giuliani Promised a Surprise Before the Election. Comey Delivered One.

Giuliani Promised a Surprise Before the Election. Comey Delivered One.

Rudolph W. Giuliani’s cryptic remarks just days before the F.B.I. reopened its investigation of Hillary Clinton in 2016 have led to speculation about what he knew.

The Fish Market Fishmonger

The Fish Market Fishmonger

Dan Feig, at the New Fulton Fish Market Cooperative in the Bronx, buys fish for a distributor that sells to some prominent Manhattan restaurants, such as Le Bernardin and Daniel.

Finding Resilience, 25 Years After 1993 World Trade Center Bombing

Finding Resilience, 25 Years After 1993 World Trade Center Bombing

Carl Selinger, right, a survivor of the 1993 terror bombing at the World Trade Center, with the man who rescued him from a stuck elevator, retired Sgt. Timothy Farrell of the New York Police Department.

A Growing Brooklyn Fishing Scene, Artisanal Lures Included

A Growing Brooklyn Fishing Scene, Artisanal Lures Included

Kimberly Lee started fishing around the city three years ago. Now she is the Manhattan president of the Brooklyn Fishing Club.

How Boston’s Airport Bounced Back From the Storm That Crippled J.F.K.

How Boston’s Airport Bounced Back From the Storm That Crippled J.F.K.

Snow plows in waiting at Boston Logan International Airport. Though the same January storm hit Boston and New York, the cities’ airports had very different outcomes.

She Found Comfort in a Brooklyn Diner, Then Lost Everything

She Found Comfort in a Brooklyn Diner, Then Lost Everything

Zelma Haskell, 85, at a rehabilitation center on Staten Island. She was swindled by a waitress and lost her Brooklyn home of 46 years.

The IDs Were Meant to Protect Immigrants. Are They a Liability?

The IDs Were Meant to Protect Immigrants. Are They a Liability?

Fort Hamilton, the Brooklyn Army base where a pizza delivery man was arrested and turned over to immigration officials last month after showing a city identification card.

Killer Sentenced to Maximum Term for Elevator Stabbing Death of 6-Year-Old

Killer Sentenced to Maximum Term for Elevator Stabbing Death of 6-Year-Old

Daniel St. Hubert was sentenced Tuesday to 50 years to life in prison for the 2014 stabbing death of P.J. Avitto, 6, and the attempted murder of Mikayla Capers, who is now 11, in a Brooklyn elevator.

When Calling an Uber Can Pay Off for Cities and States

When Calling an Uber Can Pay Off for Cities and States

The Kennedy Expressway in Chicago, where officials have imposed fees on trips on ride-hailing apps like Uber and will use some of the money to improve its public transit system. Across the country many local governments are using similar surcharges to raise more revenue.

It Was Billed as the ‘Taxi of Tomorrow.’ Tomorrow Didn’t Last Long.

It Was Billed as the ‘Taxi of Tomorrow.’ Tomorrow Didn’t Last Long.

Cabdrivers are no longer required to drive the Nissan NV200. They now have over 30 vehicles to choose from.

A Three-Character Drama That Keeps You Guessing

A Three-Character Drama That Keeps You Guessing

From left, Corey Tazmania, Pheonix Vaughn and Melissa Macleod Herion in front of some suspicious tchotchkes in “Villainous Company,” at New Jersey Repertory Company.

Far From the Great Lawn, Saving a Home Tied to Central Park

Far From the Great Lawn, Saving a Home Tied to Central Park

The Olmsted-Beil House in Staten Island, the one-time home of Frederick Law Olmsted, who designed Central Park with Calvert Vaux. The city bought the house about 12 years ago but it is now in disrepair.

Seeking a ‘Blue Wave,’ Democrats in New York See More of a Ripple

Seeking a ‘Blue Wave,’ Democrats in New York See More of a Ripple

Westchester County Assemblywoman Shelley B. Mayer, defeated her Republican challenger, Julie Killian, by 15 points to win a seat in the State Senate.

Coogan’s, an Uptown Stalwart, Makes Its Last Stand

Coogan’s, an Uptown Stalwart, Makes Its Last Stand

Coogan’s, a bar and restaurant that has served as a community hub in Washington Heights for more than 30 years, will close in May because of rising rents, its owners say.

New York Spent $15 Million to Build a Film Hub. It Just Sold for $1.

New York Spent $15 Million to Build a Film Hub. It Just Sold for $1.

A state-built film studio near Syracuse, N.Y., was designed to lure Hollywood to Onondaga County, but it has not lived up to expectations.


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