|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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