Justin Timberlake Arrested for Drunken Driving in the Hamptons

The police in the Hamptons community gave few details about the arrest of the singer and actor.

NJ Transit Disrupted for Many by Disabled Train at Penn Station

New Jersey Transit service into and out of the Midtown Manhattan transit hub was suspended and commuters were rerouted to buses and the PATH train. Amtrak reported 90-minute delays.

As Misconduct Complaints Rise in N.Y.C. Schools, Investigations Decline

Budget constraints and staff shortages reduced capacity at the agency that investigates criminal behavior in public schools, according to the City Council.

What to Know about the NYC Heat Wave

Temperatures are expected to climb into the high 90s in New York City this week. Cooling centers will open on Tuesday.

Man Accused in Plot to Assassinate Sikh Separatist Pleads Not Guilty

Prosecutors say that Nikhil Gupta, at the behest of an Indian government official, tried to engage a hit man to kill an American citizen who is a Sikh separatist.

The ?Bling Bishop? Is Sentenced to 9 Years for Fleecing His Flock

Lamor Whitehead, who prosecutors said was a career con man who ran a church, took in millions, which he spent on cars, clothes and jewels.

It Could Soon Cost More to Take a Shower. Here?s Why.

The city has approved rent increases for tenants and has raised the rent for its own water board. In response, the board is charging property owners more for water.

George Norcross, Democratic Power Broker, Charged With Racketeering

New Jersey?s attorney general said George Norcross, who built a political empire from Camden, N.J., had been running a ?criminal enterprise? for 12 years.

Gilgo Beach Murder Suspect?s Had a How-To-Manual on Killings

Rex Heuermann assembled a document that prosecutors said was created to help him avoid detection. But it may be damning evidence, with one expert calling it a ?blueprint for murder.?

Sarah Mandel, Therapist Who Told Her ?Trauma Narrative,? Dies at 42

She received a diagnosis of Stage 4 breast cancer late in her second pregnancy and described her experience in a book, ?Little Earthquakes: A Memoir.?

Meet The Sisters Who Turned ?Merrily We Roll Along? Into a Tony Winner

Maria and Sonia Friedman discussed their long history with ?Merrily We Roll Along,? after a bittersweet Tony Awards.

You Talkin? Like Him? A Convention Lets De Niro Fans Get in on the Act

Participants at De Niro Con in Tribeca could talk like Travis Bickle, shadowbox like Jake LaMotta or get a tattoo like Max Cady. Yes, a real tattoo.

U.S. Cricket Team's Success Raises the Game?s Profile

Cricket faces notable obstacles before it can obtain widespread popularity in America, but its most passionate supporters feel positive about its future.

Huey Lewis Musical to Close on Broadway as New Shows Struggle

?The Heart of Rock and Roll? is the first new Broadway musical to announce a closing plan following Sunday?s Tony Awards.

?Cats? Returns, Ditching the Junkyard for Queer Ballroom

As part of a wave of reimagined Andrew Lloyd Webber musicals, a new revival of ?Cats? unfolds as a ballroom competition.

Grab a Matchbook From Your Favorite Spot and Thank Me Later

Collecting these small keepsakes can help keep the places you love alive.

Angela Bofill, R&B Hitmaker With a Silky Voice, Dies at 70

Starting in the late 1970s, she scored multiple hit singles, including ?This Time I?ll Be Sweeter? and ?I Try,? but a pair of strokes in the 2000s ended her career.

William H. Donaldson, Wall St. Lion Who Led the S.E.C., Dies at 93

He co-founded D.L.J., the first securities firm to offer shares to the public. As S.E.C. chairman, he pressed for a stronger watchdog role after a series of accounting scandals.

Michigan and CUNY Mishandled Complaints Over Gaza Protests, Education Dept. Says

The department concluded that both schools failed to appropriately respond to complaints that campus protests had veered into antisemitism and anti-Arab discrimination.

Daniel Radcliffe, Pete Townshend and Sarah Paulson Party for the Tonys

Spirited celebrations that included an official after-party at Lincoln Center and a gathering at the Carlyle Hotel, where revelers broke out in show tunes, continued until nearly 5 a.m.

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