From Inauguration Day to the first lady’s birthday.
The mayor offered a familiar defense for Joseph Ponte’s use of a city-owned vehicle to travel beyond the five boroughs on 90 days last year: He was told it was O.K.
During World War II, Mrs. Finch quietly undermined Japan when it occupied the Philippines, and was tortured for it. Then she quietly raised a family in the United States.
Galas were held last week for the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center; the A.S.P.C.A.; City Harvest; and PEN America.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions said the best way to get rid of the gang, with its ties to El Salvador, was to crack down on illegal immigration.
It’s a big city, with plenty to do, see, hear and watch. Here’s a sampling of cultural highlights this weekend and over the week ahead.
Shane Gabier and Christopher Peters spend time working out, eating well and entertaining friends at home.
Friday: Angling season in New York, weekend events and a milestone at the Temple of Dendur.
Much less planning goes into cohabitation than into a wedding, but it is, in many ways, a much bigger legal, financial and emotional step.
The first of 1,200 officers in a body-camera experiment in New York City set out on patrol on Thursday as part of a court-ordered program marked by a mix of hope and doubt.
The former headmasters left their emeritus positions after a report detailed allegations that teachers at the elite Connecticut boarding school had abused students.
In a second round of water testing, 83 percent of school buildings had at least one outlet with levels above the E.P.A.’s threshold for action.
An exhibit of documents and photos from the Floating Hospital is on display in Long Island City.
Galas were held recently for the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center; the A.S.P.C.A.; City Harvest; and PEN America.
It’s the first major new bridge built in New York City since 1964. The main traffic benefits may arrive in 2020, when a second crossing opens.
Properties in Murray Hill, Yorkville and Clinton Hill, Brooklyn.
The photographer Melissa Breyer found herself drawn to the stories playing out behind the windows of restaurants.
Joseph Ponte, hired to overhaul New York’s troubled jails, repeatedly took his city-owned vehicle to coastal Maine in violation of guidelines, a city report found.
An 8-year-old climbing the security gates on a window in Marine Park apparently grabbed the flower box, which fell on him, the police said.
Getting acquainted with a neighborhood pet.
The conviction of Dr. Salomon E. Melgen could pose significant ramifications for his federal corruption case with Senator Robert Menendez of New Jersey.
There is a reason New York State officials refer to the crossing over the Newtown Creek as the ‘K Bridge.’ They do not want to pronounce Kosciuszko.
Amtrak’s chief executive could not say exactly when the disruptions would occur or how long they would last, only that “it’s certainly not going to be every day this summer.”
With a glut of inventory in high-end real estate, brokers have been hosting some unusual events to attract attention.
This week’s properties are four-bedroom homes in Wall Township, N.J., and Katonah, N.Y.
John McGill came to New York from Dublin in 1982, and for much of his time in the city he has paid rent with handyman skills, woodworking and art.
At this grave site, there will be no funeral, no body and no mourners — just slips of paper bearing confidences to be buried.
Promised lucrative payments to give up their rent-regulated apartments, 15 East Village residents were paid in part, or not at all.
Decisions in a district in Upper Manhattan offer a look at a persistent problem in public education that, for now, is without a solution.
The extension of the No. 7 train to Manhattan’s Far West Side reverberates in Queens, where industrial tenants have been pushed out in favor of back-office types.