Tiktok?s Lonely Progressive Defender: New York?s Jamaal Bowman

Representative Jamaal Bowman of New York says the drive to ban TikTok stems from anti-China ?hysteria.? His Democratic colleagues disagree.

Online Troll Named Microchip Tells of Sowing ?Chaos? in 2016 Election

The defendant in the unusual trial, Douglass Mackey, and the pseudonymous witness collaborated to beat Hillary Clinton. They met for the first time in a Brooklyn courtroom.

Grand Jury Meeting on Trump Evidence Canceled, Pushing Possible Indictment

While prosecutors have signaled that an indictment of the former president is likely, its specific timing remains unclear, and grand juries conduct their work in secret.

Michael Cohen?s Long Arc From Trump Ally to Chief Antagonist

He once said he would take a bullet for Donald Trump. Now, he?s hoping to help prosecutors put him away.

NYC Audubon Votes to Reject Name With a Slavery Past

The association with the naturalist John James Audubon is ?problematic? for a local group seeking to be more inclusive.

Inside a Brooklyn School Teaching the Course That Florida Banned

Students taking the African American studies class have learned about ancient kingdoms, 20th-century movements and modern issues.

Who Was Buried at Green-Wood, 1840-1937? Now It?s Easier to Find Out.

The ledgers of the famous Brooklyn cemetery are online and include some famous names, like Boss Tweed and F.A.O. Schwarz.

?Scorpion Girl? Found Dead on Staten Island Is Identified After 31 Years

Police said a woman with a distinctive tattoo was Christine Belusko, who was beaten to death and strangled. No one knows where her daughter is.

What Could Make or Break the Case Against Trump

To try to convict the former president of a felony, prosecutors might attempt to connect state election law to a federal election.

In Spring, New Yorkers? Thoughts Turn to Pickleball

Now that skating season is over, Wollman Rink in Central Park will be home to 14 courts of the fast-growing sport.

A Stage Adaptation of ?Smash? Is Setting Its Sights on Broadway

Producers including Steven Spielberg have been exploring several possible incarnations of the decade-old TV series. Now they have a plan.

8 Dolphins Dead After Washing Ashore in New Jersey

It was the latest instance of marine mammals being found dead on the state?s beaches, raising concerns among residents over what might be the cause.

Aaron Sorkin Battled a Stroke as He Reimagined ?Camelot?

The screenwriter overcame a stroke as he worked to revise the beloved but befuddling Golden Age musical, which is now in previews on Broadway.

Driver Kills 2 on Brooklyn Street at Center of Traffic Safety Campaign

Brooklyn?s 18th Avenue was removed from a list of New York?s deadliest roads after fatalities dropped. Then, a car jumped the curb.

Officials Eye Bus Service to La Guardia After Rail Project Is Scrapped

New York transportation authorities appear poised to improve bus service to La Guardia after a plan for a rail link was scrapped last week.

Restaurant Review: Kebabs From India, in So Many Shapes and Forms

Kebab aur Sharab, on the Upper West Side, celebrates flat yogurt kebabs, lamb chops on a long pole, and more.

Michael Bloomberg?s New $5 Million Cause: Helping Kathy Hochul

Mr. Bloomberg, the billionaire former mayor of New York City, has quietly bankrolled a group that is flooding the airwaves with ads to support Gov. Kathy Hochul?s budget plans.

How an Indictment and Arrest of Donald Trump Could Unfold

An indictment could be handed up in the days ahead, but much about how the process might play out remains unknown.

Danny and Lucy DeVito Head to Broadway With Roundabout Theater Company?s New Season

The actors will play a father and daughter in ?I Need That,? a comedy written by Theresa Rebeck.

What Is a Song That Explains You?

We?re asking readers for the music that defines them.

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