1. N.Y. Today: Amazon Takes On Ocasio-Cortez and Her Supporters Metro, Today

    Tensions may flare at a hearing on the city’s development deal with Amazon. Also: One reason you’re seeing Ariana Grande everywhere.

  2. ‘Person of Interest’ Arrested in Suspected Road-Rage Killing of New York Firefighter Metro, Yesterday

    Faizal Coto, 33, a Brooklyn firefighter and amateur rapper, is thought to have been killed on the Belt Parkway in an apparent dispute over a fender-bender. The other driver fled.

  3. Officers Rip Baby From Mother’s Arms During Arrest Video, Yesterday

    A video posted to Facebook showed police officers forcefully removing Jazmine Headley’s 1-year-old son from her arms at a Brooklyn food stamp office. The episode ignited outrage online against the New York Police Department and the charges against Ms. Headley were later dropped.

  4. There’s a Wave of New Prosecutors. And They Mean Justice. Op Ed, Yesterday

    These district attorneys should make jail the exception and eliminate cash bail.

  5. Charges Dropped Against Brooklyn Mother Who Had Baby Ripped from Her Arms by Police Metro, Yesterday

    A State Supreme Court judge in Brooklyn ordered the woman’s release after an online video showing the police yanking an infant from the woman’s arms sparked an outcry.

  6. Hundreds of Complaints Flood In About New York Store Signs, but From Whom? Metro, Yesterday

    After a spike in anonymous complaints about store signage, some merchants are facing big fines, and others are taking their signs down as a precaution.

  7. Mr. Mayor, Why No Outrage Over a Mother’s Brutal Arrest? Editorial, December 10

    Days after the police yanked a baby from a woman in a welfare office, no clear word on why.

  8. To Fight Gentrification, a Brooklyn Pastor Plans to Build 2,100 Apartments Metro, December 10

    The Rev. A.R. Bernard has partnered with a developer to transform the land around his Brooklyn church into shops, a school and 2,100 apartments.

  9. N.Y. Today: Rejoice! Speedier Subways Metro, December 10

    Speed limits are doubling on parts of some lines. Also: Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s inauguration will almost be in New Jersey.

  10. ‘Appalling’ Video Shows the Police Yanking 1-Year-Old From His Mother’s Arms Metro, December 9

    An incident involving a woman in a Brooklyn food stamp office has led to a social media outcry for an explanation from the Police Department.

  11. Brooklyn Fire Kills Young Girls Visiting Their Grandfather Metro, December 9

    Firefighters rescued the girls from a back bedroom after a blaze broke out around 11 p.m. on Saturday, in the Bushwick neighborhood.

  12. Homes That Sold for Around $750,000 Real Estate, December 9

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  13. ‘Change Your Life,’ the Poet Says, and a Rural Idyll Offers a Tantalizing Choice Travel, December 9

    A Brooklyn novelist’s annual trip to the Chilean countryside fuels daydreams of permanently moving. But peace and quiet can be so, well, exasperating.

  14. F.B.I. Agent Shot in the Shoulder in Brooklyn Metro, December 8

    The agent was listed in stable condition. The police said the F.B.I. was involved in an operation in Brooklyn at the time of the shooting.

  15. Rediscovering My Daughter Through Instagram Op Ed, December 8

    Paulina was as remote as a 15-year-old could be. And then I saw her photography.

  16. Look! It’s ‘The Making of King Kong’! (No, Not That One.) Culture, December 4

    A new play mocks the gender and racial ickiness of the 1933 movie — on a one-paw budget.

  17. Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions Business, December 4

    Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York City.

  18. N.Y. Today: Are the Subways Improving? Not Enough. Metro, December 4

    A report finds some gains in subway service. Also: a surprising new look for famously dingy La Guardia Airport.

  19. New York’s N.B.A. Teams Don’t Have Much to Celebrate. These Fans Cheer Anyway. Sports, December 3

    In Brooklyn, a section of rowdy Nets fans is treating the games like soccer matches, encouraged by the team. For the Knicks, a new fan site provides blanket coverage.

  20. Shelsky’s Branches Into Bagels Dining, December 3

    The appetizing emporium opens a new bagel shop in Park Slope, Brooklyn, with bagels and pletzels, a kind of large, flattened bialy covered with onions and poppy seeds.

  21. Homes That Sold for Around $1,000,000 Real Estate, December 2

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  22. N.Y. Today: The City Has Few Statues of Women. Here Comes Shirley Chisholm. Metro, November 30

    The first black woman to serve in Congress will get a monument in Brooklyn. Also: a rapper’s rise and fall, and giant menorahs.

  23. How Gregg Bishop, Small Business Expert, Spends His Sundays New York, November 30

    The commissioner of the N.Y.C. Department of Small Business Services eats local, goes to his regular barber and attends church in an old auto repair shop.

  24. At Nansense, Afghan Comfort Comes From an Unlikely Place: a Former Mail Truck Dining, November 29

    Mohibullah Rahmati, known as Mo, serves fortifying mantu dumplings and versions of korma, recipes that honor his family’s heritage.

  25. Mantu Dumplings, on New York’s Streets Slideshow, November 29

    Mohibullah Rahmati struggled for months to get a permit, supporting himself as an Uber driver, in order to share his mother’s Afghan recipes.

  26. Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan Real Estate, November 29

    This week’s properties are in Hell’s Kitchen, Midtown South and Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn.

  27. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, November 29

    This week’s properties are in Hell’s Kitchen, Midtown South and Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn.

  28. Finding That ‘Historic Feel’ in Jackson Heights Real Estate, November 29

    Tired of pouring money into rent, they traded the charmless modernity of a Brooklyn high-rise for the allure of a prewar co-op in Queens.

  29. The Rapid Rise and Sudden Fall of 6ix9ine Metro, November 29

    A year ago, the rapper seemed on a path to hip-hop stardom. To bolster his street cred, he partnered with a Bloods street gang. Now he is under indictment.

  30. You’re Gonna Need a Bigger Coffee Table: 9 Gift Books for the Discerning New Yorker Metropolitan, November 29

    A roundup of the best and biggest photo books, featuring the city in all its grit and glory, plus tales of hope and a collection of vintage postcards.

  31. Seafood From Two Tapas Masters at Saint Julivert Fisherie Dining, November 27

    At their new Brooklyn restaurant, the chefs Alex Raij and Eder Montero leave Spain to fish in other waters.

  32. A Harbor for Fish Lovers in Brooklyn Slideshow, November 27

    At Saint Julivert Fisherie, the chefs behind a string of well-loved Spanish restaurants experiment with seafood ideas from all over.

  33. Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions Business, November 27

    Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York City.

  34. A New Japanese Marketplace Opens in Brooklyn Dining, November 26

    Japan Village in Industry City, in Sunset Park, features a grocery as well as a collection of casual dining spots.

  35. Homes That Sold for Around $1,500,000 Real Estate, November 25

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  36. When the L Train Shuts Down, Will the Williamsburg Bridge Come to the Rescue? Metro, November 23

    Half of the displaced L riders — 110,000 people a day — are expected to turn to this East River crossing to go between Manhattan and Brooklyn.

  37. The Brooklyn Army Terminal: New York’s Next Manufacturing Hub? Metropolitan, November 23

    The massive, 100-year-old industrial space in Sunset Park could have lured more tech start-ups, but instead its focus is on New Yorkers who make things.

  38. One Killed, 6 Injured in Fiery Crash on Brooklyn Bridge Metro, November 21

    Six vehicles crashed during the Wednesday morning commute and three caught fire, forcing the bridge to be shut down.

  39. Homes That Sold for Around $450,000 Real Estate, November 18

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  40. A School Strike That Never Quite Ended Op Ed, November 17

    The struggle over who should teach in the Ocean Hill-Brownsville district of Brooklyn 50 years ago changed the trajectory of modern liberalism.

  41. Brooklyn’s Visual Reboot Metropolitan, November 15

    Photographs of the most populous borough reveal a new landscape being experienced by people new to the terrain, with little investment in Brooklyn’s past.

  42. Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan Real Estate, November 15

    This week’s properties are in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn, Chelsea, and Lincoln Square.

  43. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, November 14

    This week’s properties are in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn, Chelsea and Lincoln Square.

  44. The New Brothels: How Shady Landlords Play a Key Role in the Sex Trade Metro, November 14

    As prostitution has moved into residential buildings, a former detective who ran a string of brothels found a partner in one of the city’s worst landlords.

  45. A French Celebrity Chef Finds a Spot in a Lexus-Owned Space Dining, November 13

    A new Momofuku Noodle Bar in Columbus Circle, hints of a South Korean life in the former Mas (farmhouse) space and other restaurant news.

  46. Misi Is Much More Than a Pasta Restaurant Dining, November 13

    Although there’s a climate-controlled room for rolling out noodles, Missy Robbins’s new place has other ways to impress.

  47. Italian Cuisine, Distilled to Essentials Slideshow, November 13

    Missy Robbins’s new restaurant in Brooklyn, Misi, makes things very simple with three kinds of dishes: vegetables, pasta and gelato.

  48. Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions Business, November 13

    Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York City.

  49. How Rafael Espinal, Brooklyn Councilman and Public Advocate Candidate, Spends His Sundays Metropolitan, November 13

    Mr. Espinal, who is running for public advocate, loves the nightlife. He also loves pizza, which he makes in his backyard.