• A Rebel and a Subway Snooper September 2, 2014
    Metropolitan Diary: Reading secretly over a man's shoulder on a crowded No. 3 train, a rider became fascinated by his personal email message.
    By KATE THORMAN
  • New York Today: September Heat September 2, 2014
    What you need to know for Tuesday: sweltering weather, Penn Station upgrades its bleak dining options, and spearfishing off the Rockaways.
    By ANDY NEWMAN and ANNIE CORREAL
  • Calling Time Out on the Bus August 31, 2014
    Metropolitan Diary: The driver and passengers on a crosstown bus cooperated to help back up a woman's threat to her misbehaving son.
    By HELEN BROADY
  • Big Ticket | A Glimpse of the Park for $17.8 Million August 29, 2014
    A three-bedroom sponsor unit in the Marquand, a century-old apartment building, is the sale of the week.
    By ROBIN FINN
  • Blocked In for Prayer August 29, 2014
    Metropolitan Diary: When a driver went to find the cabby who had blocked his car, a potentially unpleasant experience turned into an enlightening one.
    By RANDALL LANDAU
  • New York Today: Pick Up a Paddle August 29, 2014
    What you need to know for Friday and the weekend: last chances to kayak, glorious weather gradually deteriorating, and Joan Rivers is hospitalized.
    By KENNETH ROSEN and ANDY NEWMAN
  • New York City’s Week in Pictures: Aug. 29 August 29, 2014
    A slide show from the past week in New York City and the region includes a Staten Island march that drew thousands and Ganesha Chaturthi celebrations.
    By THE NEW YORK TIMES
  • Many Addresses Before Making Bed-Stuy Home August 28, 2014
    Some people live in the same place for a lifetime. Odehyah Gough-Israel is not among them, but she has now found a place to call home: Bedford-Stuyvesant, in Brooklyn.
    By KAREN WORKMAN
  • Modesty Is Rewarded August 28, 2014
    Metropolitan Diary: On a 90-degree day, a bodega owner told a woman he was giving her a discount because he liked the way she was covered up.
    By ELLIE LEVI
  • New York Today: Carnival Countdown August 28, 2014
    What you need to know for Thursday: preparing for the West Indian Day parade, cooler weather, and a surge in heroin deaths.
    By ANNIE CORREAL and ANDY NEWMAN
  • Apple denies responsibility in hack and leak of celebrity nudes September 3, 2014
    Apple claims it’s not responsible for dozens of nude celebrity photos that were leaked online. “None of the cases we have investigated has resulted from any breach in any of...
  • Stop them, Mr. President September 3, 2014
    Maybe the news that a second American has been beheaded will force President Obama to recognize he has no more compelling priority today than stopping the Islamic State and its...
  • Daily Blotter September 3, 2014
    Brooklyn ■ A thug threatened to kill a 63-year-old woman after they bumped shoulders in a Crown Heights subway station, authorities said. Police said the two accidentally knocked into each...
  • Why the Brangelina wedding pics nabbed just $2M September 3, 2014
    The payday for the Brad Pitt – Angelina Jolie wedding photos was far below the $11 million paid for the first baby photo of the couple’s twins, Vivienne and Knox...
  • NYers should be able to rent rooms out in homes: poll September 3, 2014
    A majority of New York City residents says they should be allowed to rent out rooms in their homes, according to a new poll — which wasn’t paid for by...
  • Widow’s sale of $703-a-month apartment lease at center of dispute September 3, 2014
    A group of 17 state lawmakers on Tuesday urged a federal appeals court to protect one of the most treasured rights of a million New Yorkers — to pass on...
  • David Paterson, then and now September 3, 2014
    “I’ll tell you what the lieutenant governor’s job is. You wake up every morning at 6:30 and you call the governor’s house. If he answers, you can go back to...
  • Red Sox deliver big blow to Yankees fading playoff hopes September 3, 2014
    The Yankees problems run much deeper than where their aging captain is hitting in the lineup. That was proven again on Tuesday, as the Red Sox piled another scoop of...
  • These NFL topics are sure to generate buzz in 2014 September 3, 2014
    While Ray Rice and the wisdom of the NFL’s drug and behavior policies continue to create headlines, at least the sport’s existential issues have quieted down going into the start...
  • Evans Bank discriminating against African-Americans: Schneiderman September 3, 2014
    Evans Bank, an upstate New York mortgage lender, purposely discriminated against minority borrowers by refusing to do business in largely non-white areas in the Buffalo area, according to a complaint...

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