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Long Island Man Targeted Latino Immigrants for Attack, Police Say

A Long Island man was charged with several hate crimes after he picked up Hispanic day laborers at places they…

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How Can New York City Prepare for the Next Ida? Here’s a To-Do List.

When the remnants of Hurricane Ida swept into New York this month, the storm’s ferocity shocked the city. Even with…

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Die, Beautiful Spotted Lanternfly, Die

On a recent weekend afternoon, Damian Biollo went to Hudson Yards with his wife to meet up with a drawing…

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Homes That Sold for Around $750,000

Each week, our survey of recent residential sales in New York City and the surrounding region focuses on homes that…

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Rep. Lee Zeldin Confirms Leukemia Diagnosis

Representative Lee Zeldin, a staunch conservative from Long Island and the leading Republican candidate in next year’s race for governor…

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As Climate Change Fears Grow, a Real Fight Over Fake Turf

EAST ORANGE, N.J. — Residents near a small neighborhood park in New Jersey awoke early this month to the roaring…

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Hochul Orders Release of 191 Detainees as Rikers Crisis Deepens

Only 36 percent of detainees at the jail are fully vaccinated, according to city data. “The current conditions are resulting…

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The Changing Midtown Cityscape

It’s Friday. Today we’ll look at how retailers — especially chain stores in Midtown — are rethinking things as they…

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N.J. to Pull $182 Million Out of Unilever Over Ben & Jerry’s and Israel

Among those urging Mr. DiNapoli to divest is the National Legal and Policy Center, a conservative, nonprofit good-governance group in…

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A ‘Vanlife’ Couple Went on a Cross-Country Trip, but Only One Returned

A Florida man has been declared “a person of interest” in the disappearance of his fiancée, who left with him…

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