• New York Today: After the Shootings December 22, 2014
    Monday: A city mourns, rain coming later, and the accused Columbia University rapist speaks out.
    By Annie Correal and Andy Newman
  • A Few Tips for Christmas Dinner December 22, 2014
    Metropolitan Diary: In the crush of the holiday season, an Upper West Sider found that gratuities, while thoughtful, simply couldn't do all the work for him.
    By Sam Bryan
  • Updates on Fatal Shooting of Two N.Y.P.D. Officers December 21, 2014
    Coverage of the evening's developments after two police officers were killed in Brooklyn.
    By Andy Newman
  • Varmints on Ellis Island December 19, 2014
    Metropolitan Diary: An Ellis Island tour guide recounted the interest shown by four Texas women who had seen traces of the native wildlife.
    By Robert Iulo
  • New York Today: Your Last Minute December 19, 2014
    Friday: Send us your holiday-prep photos. Also: partly sunny skies and a precedent-setting tenant case.
    By Annie Correal and Andy Newman
  • Seeking Jews With Christmas Trees December 18, 2014
    If you are a Jew with a gentile partner who has a story to tell about the first time you agreed to have a Christmas tree, tell it to us.
    By Andy Newman
  • After Ferguson Verdict, a Different Song December 18, 2014
    Metropolitan Diary: Three Motown singers looking for donations on the subway abruptly changed to a somber tune when they saw the headlines.
    By Alexis Audette
  • New York Today: Goodbye to Fracking December 18, 2014
    Thursday: Environmentalists celebrate in the streets, gusty weather, and the quest for a quieter jackhammer.
    By Annie Correal and Andy Newman
  • A Brooklyn Vigil for Pakistani Victims December 18, 2014
    A candlelight vigil was held on Coney Island Avenue, in Midwood, Brooklyn, on Wednesday, for the victims of a school massacre in Peshawar, Pakistan.
    By The New York Times
  • You, the Jury: Vote for a Pulp Fiction Contest Winner December 17, 2014
    Voting ends at 11:59 p.m. tonight to pick a winner from the 28 finalists who submitted opening passages for the actual noir-era novel "Tough Kid From Brooklyn."
    By Andy Newman

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