• On A-List and on a List August 2, 2014
    New York State is holding a record $13.3 billion in unclaimed funds, as The Times’s Sam Roberts reports. Here is a selection of other notable New Yorkers who are owed money.
    By THE NEW YORK TIMES
  • Big Ticket | A Light-Filled Townhouse for $17.3 Million August 1, 2014
    A five-story Upper East Side house owned by the Permanent Mission of Burkina Faso to the United Nations is the sale of the week.
    By ROBIN FINN
  • New York City’s Week in Pictures: Aug. 1 August 1, 2014
    A slide show from the past week in New York City and the region includes images from a Greenwich Village shootout and the area of a mysterious 2010 death on Long Island.
    By THE NEW YORK TIMES
  • Swing Dancing in a Wheelchair August 1, 2014
    Metropolitan Diary: Swing dancing at Lincoln Center included an enthusiastic participant who held hands with different couples and spun on her wheels.
    By ALAN ROBBINS
  • New York Today: Life Without the G August 1, 2014
    What you need to know for Friday: bikes replace the subway in Greenpoint, a possibly rainy weekend, and Milton Glaser hands out buttons.
    By ANNIE CORREAL
  • Falling Glass From Midtown Office Tower Injures 3 July 31, 2014
    Three people were hurt Thursday morning when a window shattered and fell from the 18th floor of an office building on West 57th Street at Avenue of the Americas.
    By THE NEW YORK TIMES
  • End of Ramadan in Queens July 31, 2014
    Metropolitan Diary: As a family of three little girls breaks their fast, a woman rejoices that they, and her own three girls, live in a safe place.
    By KATE O’DONOGHUE
  • New York Today: Endless Summer Race July 31, 2014
    What you need to know for Thursday: the world's longest footrace, a chance of rain, and the mayor talks about policing.
    By COLIN BEATTIE and ANNIE CORREAL
  • Detective Injured in Greenwich Village Shootout Leaves Hospital July 30, 2014
    Mario Muniz, the New York police detective who was injured in a shootout Monday in Greenwich Village, was released from Bellevue Hospital Center on Wednesday.
    By THE NEW YORK TIMES
  • Children Replacing Dogs in Walt Whitman Park July 30, 2014
    Metropolitan Diary: From her window near Walt Whitman Park in Brooklyn, a woman watched the 9 a.m. shift change when dogs were leashed and children took over.
    By IRIS LEE
  • Daily Blotter August 2, 2014
    The Bronx ■ A 51-year-old man was found dead with a single gunshot wound to the head in the stairwell of a Highbridge apartment building, authorities said. The body of...
  • Bieber bans Bloom from bash, gets cozy with Kendall Jenner August 2, 2014
    Justin Bieber avoided round two with ­Orlando Bloom Friday night. After being punched by Bloom in Ibiza during a nightclub argument over supermodel Miranda Kerr, Bieber this time had Bloom...
  • Billionaire Tom Golisano to pursue Buffalo Bills August 2, 2014
    Billionaire Tom Golisano, a three-time candidate for the New York statehouse, is about to enter the race to buy the Buffalo Bills, The Post has learned. The 72-year-old founder of...
  • Reinforcements useless as Yankees fall to Red Sox August 2, 2014
    BOSTON — Brian Cashman believes adding Martin Prado and Stephen Drew on Thursday made the Yankees a better team than they were Wednesday. “But time will tell,’’ the general manager...
  • Film critic gets slugged at press screening August 2, 2014
    There was drama in the audience at a press screening of a new Zach Galifianakis-Owen Wilson comedy when an audience member suddenly punched a film critic sitting next to her....
  • Ex-Time editor Jim Frederick dies at 42 August 2, 2014
    Jim Frederick, the former top editor at Time who wrote one of the more critically acclaimed books on the Iraq War, died suddenly in Oakland, on July 31. He was...
  • Allergan claims Bill Ackman broke insider-trading rules August 2, 2014
    Botox maker Allergan sued hedge fund titan Bill Ackman on Friday, claiming the investor violated insider-trading regulations. The suit, which also names Ackman’s Pershing Square hedge fund and pharma giant...
  • Young adults hit hardest by overdraft fees: report August 2, 2014
    Check your bank balance recently? Debit card-linked accounts are most often hit with overdraft and insufficient fund fees — especially in the days leading up to payday and for purchases...
  • Leonardo DiCaprio to receive long-lost gift from Mandela August 2, 2014
    Leonardo DiCaprio is about to get a gift that he was supposed to receive long ago — a photo of himself with Nelson Mandela that the South African freedom fighter...
  • Bloom would still be married to Kerr if he didn’t party so much August 2, 2014
    Orlando Bloom is still devoted to Miranda Kerr and would still be married to her if career frustrations weren’t driving him to party too much, friends in London say. Last...

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