• Fake News Story Causes Real Headache at Coney Island September 17, 2014
    A hoax article about a roller-coaster crash opens a window onto the weird world of untrue news.
    By Andy Newman
  • Love Locks on a Hudson Pier September 17, 2014
    Metropolitan Diary: The Parisian lovers' fad of attaching a padlock to a bridge has come to the Hudson River, but one couple appeared to be hedging.
    By Ray Jacobs
  • New York Today: Fair and Fall-Like September 17, 2014
    Wednesday: golden days, the mayor plays softball, and Occupy Wall Street turns 3.
    By Annie Correal
  • Late Summer Play September 17, 2014
    Preschoolers racing at Dag Hammarskjold Plaza on the East Side of Manhattan on Tuesday. Autumn arrives next week.
    By The New York Times
  • Death and Poppy Seed Bagels September 16, 2014
    Metropolitan Diary: Told that her favorite bagel place was out of poppy seed and that the owner had died, a shopper made her priorities clear.
    By Olivia Victoria Andrzejczak
  • New York Today: Joyless in Mudville September 16, 2014
    Tuesday: the Yankees' fading hopes, rain then sun, and a Beastie Boy builds a fancy house.
    By Andy Newman
  • New York Today: The R Roars Back September 15, 2014
    Monday: a subway link restored, superlative weather, and last rites for a beloved tree.
    By Andy Newman and J. David Goodman
  • A Fly Trapped in an A.T.M. September 15, 2014
    Metropolitan Diary: Seeing a fly trapped, helpless, behind the screen of an A.T.M. reminded a customer of a famous horror movie scene.
    By Dan Heyman
  • Cuomo and de Blasio Attend Feast of San Gennaro September 14, 2014
    Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo and Mayor Bill de Blasio both enjoyed an Italian sausage at the Feast of San Gennaro in Little Italy on Saturday.
    By The New York Times
  • Big Ticket | Mansion in the Making for $45 Million September 12, 2014
    A historic building in the West Village ready to be repurposed as a single-family home was the sale of the week.
    By Robin Finn
  • 5 new design books worthy of your coffee table September 18, 2014
    “Comfort Zone: Creating the Eco-Elegant Interior” artfully demonstrates with over 350 photographs that being green doesn’t mean you can’t be stylish, too. Author Trudy Dujardin, a leader in the sustainable...
  • Auburn is a safe bet September 18, 2014
    Two years ago, Auburn went winless in the SEC and endured its worst season in six decades. Gus Malzahn returned from Arkansas State and took over a program he helped lead...
  • Diplomat’s daughter scores $225K in cyberbulling case September 18, 2014
    She won’t get a key to the city, but the daughter of an Indian diplomat has scored a $225,000 settlement from the Big Apple over her wrongful 2011 arrest on...
  • Pressed into new roles, fill-ins ready to help club Texans September 18, 2014
    At this time last year, Preston Parker recalls he was “Begging for money, trying to find a job.’’ After parts of three seasons with the Buccaneers, Parker did not play...
  • Wild Bronx assault and shooting caught on video September 18, 2014
    Three men attacked two teens and shot one of them in The Bronx on Monday afternoon, police said. Cops released dramatic surveillance video of the 3-on-2 attack, which occurred at...
  • 15 detained in Australian counterterrorism raids September 17, 2014
    SYDNEY — Australian police have detained 15 people in a major counterterrorism operation after they say intelligence indicated a violent attack was being planned on Australian soil. Australian Federal Police...
  • Cruz needs to connect with Eli, teammates September 17, 2014
    This is new for Victor Cruz, his role as a team captain, his saying he wants the ball thrown his way more often, the boos he heard after dropping passes...
  • Texans’ J.J. Watt doing damage as TE, too September 17, 2014
    The Giants know they will have their hands full Sunday trying to deal with Houston defensive end J.J. Watt, perhaps the NFL’s toughest assignment. They also now know they may...
  • As career winds down, Jeter slumps to finish September 17, 2014
    ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Eight games in The Bronx are all Derek Jeter has left. Barring bonus frames, 72 innings for Yankee fans to see Jeter in pinstripes before the...
  • Cardinals RB Jonathan Dwyer arrested for aggravated assault September 17, 2014
    NFL running back Jonathan Dwyer was deactivated by the Arizona Cardinals Wednesday after he was arrested for aggravated assault in yet another domestic violence allegation against an NFL star, multiple reports...

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