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  1. Homes for Sale in New York City Real Estate, Yesterday

    This week’s listings are in Gramercy Park, Hunters Point, Queens, and Brooklyn Heights.

  2. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, Yesterday

    This week’s listings are in Gramercy Park, Hunters Point, Queens, and Brooklyn Heights.

  3. Curated Collectibles on One Brooklyn Corner Metropolitan, November 22

    Yesterday’s News in Carroll Gardens is the passion project of a married couple who bonded over their love of flea markets and estate sales.

  4. The Bouncing Bridge Letters, November 22

    The president of Brooklyn Bridge Park says the Squibb Park Bridge is the envy of urban parks around the world.

  5. Brooklyn’s Haitians Wonder What Awaits Them When Protections End Metro, November 21

    The government is ending a program that let Haitians stay in the United States legally after the 2010 earthquake, and many in the community worry about their future.

  6. The Culture Caught Up With Spike Lee — Now What? Magazine, November 21

    After more than three decades as a provocateur, the filmmaker has returned to the movie that made him famous.

  7. Why Is New York Full of Empty Stores? Editorial, November 19

    All these dead spaces hurt, and neighborhoods have a right to protect themselves.

  8. Judge Ruchie, the Hasidic Superwoman of Night Court Metropolitan, November 17

    The first ultra-Orthodox woman elected judge in the country got there not by breaking the rules of her community, but by observing them religiously.

  9. The Double-Stuffed Boat to Haiti Metropolitan, November 16

    Through a quirk of customs law, Haitian New Yorkers can ship home almost anything, as long as it’s crammed into a vehicle that can be loaded onto a boat.

  10. Homes for Sale in New York City Real Estate, November 16

    This week’s listings are in Dumbo, Brooklyn, Lincoln Square and Midtown East.

  11. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, November 16

    This week’s listings are in Dumbo, Brooklyn, Lincoln Square and Midtown East.

  12. The Doorman Speaks Metro, November 15

    A usually quiet guy has something to say.

  13. Assisting the Poor to Make Bail Helps Everyone Op Ed, November 15

    In the Bronx, a fund keeps poor people charged with small offenses out of the city’s most notorious jail by helping them make bail.

  14. They Call It a Tart, but It’s All Brownie Dining, November 13

    This flourless chocolate tart from Runner & Stone carries the flavors of autumn, and the chew of a brownie.

  15. Homes That Sold for Around $1 Million Real Estate, November 12

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  16. They Quietly Left the Church, but the Sexual Abuse Continued Metro, November 10

    The Diocese of Brooklyn identified eight former priests who sexually abused children; four of those men committed sex crimes after they left the diocese.

  17. Woman Charged in Deadly Fire Said She Was Angry Over Trash, Officials Said Metro, November 10

    A woman faces murder and arson charges after a fire killed two of her neighbors.

  18. The Bridge Wobbles. So Do You. That’s When the Trouble Starts. Science, November 10

    Mathematicians found that bridges wobble suddenly when a critical crowd threshold is exceeded, and developed a model to predict it in future bridges.

  19. Road Rage, Then a Shot. For a Police Officer, It is Called Self-Defense Metropolitan, November 9

    The jury’s acquittal of an off-duty officer who shot and killed an unarmed man shows how much leeway we give law enforcement authorities when it comes to using force.

  20. Brooklyn Diocese Names 8 Priests Who Sexually Abused Children Metro, November 9

    One priest, after being defrocked in 1992, went on to an illustrious career in academia while his victims’ lives “have been destroyed,” a lawyer said.

  21. Pete Souza Photographed the Obama Presidency. Now He Helps People Remember It. Washington, November 9

    Mr. Souza’s photo retrospectives, often laced with tongue-in-cheek captions and commentary, began during President Trump’s first week in the White House.

  22. An Insider’s Guide to Halal Takeout Metropolitan, November 9

    A tour through several 24-hour Pakistani restaurants in New York reveals some commentary on Uber and Trump. But really, it’s all about the food.

  23. New York City Neighborhoods Where Prices Rose Most Real Estate, November 9

    Of all the boroughs, Queens saw the greatest price increases over the last year.

  24. Homes for Sale in New York City Real Estate, November 9

    This week’s listings are in Brooklyn Heights, the West Village and the Sutton area.

  25. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, November 9

    This week’s listings are in Brooklyn Heights, the West Village and the Sutton area.

  26. Where the Dogs Are Metropolitan, November 8

    Long Meadow in Prospect Park during off-leash hours is like a paradise for dogs. Unless your Shih-Tzu is a timid scaredy-cat.

  27. Priced Out of Park Slope Real Estate, November 9

    For first-time buyers in Brooklyn, finding a two-bedroom condo on a budget can be challenging — unless you know where to look.

  28. Jurors, Seeing a Punch, Found an Officer Justified in a Fatal Shooting Metro, November 8

    Two jurors said a video showed the off-duty officer, Wayne Isaacs, reacted in self-defense after he was struck by a man in Brooklyn in 2016.

  29. With Second-Term in Hand, Mayor de Blasio Is Ever the Same Metro, November 7

    Bill de Blasio has begun discussing the formation of a new source to pay for future political activities, possibly outside New York.

  30. After Terror Attack, Uzbek Community Faces Unwanted Attention, Again Metro, November 6

    When an Uzbek man was accused in the deadly attack in Manhattan, fellow immigrants in Brooklyn shook their heads in shame and disgust.

  31. New York Police Officers Facing Rape Charges Quit the Force Metro, November 6

    The resignations of Richard Hall and Edward Martins, former detectives, came just days before they were to appear at a departmental misconduct trial.

  32. Police Officer Found Not Guilty in Off-Duty Shooting of Unarmed Man Metro, November 6

    Jurors rejected murder and manslaughter charges in the death of Delrawn Small during a traffic dispute in Brooklyn.

  33. De Blasio Kept Crime Down in First Term. His Next Goal: Nicer Police. Metro, November 5

    Crime has remained low during Mayor Bill de Blasio’s tenure, but improving trust in the police, and rooting out officers’ biases, are a work in progress.

  34. Homes That Sold for Around $1.5 Million Real Estate, November 5

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  35. Parking Spaces That Could Make You Rich Real Estate, November 2

    For steady and reliable income, small investors are increasingly looking to buy parking spaces in cities where parking is limited and pricey.

  36. Homes for Sale in New York City Real Estate, November 2

    This week’s homes are in Greenwich Village, Flatiron and Park Slope, Brooklyn.

  37. October’s Most Popular Listings Real Estate, November 2

    The most popular properties on The New York Times’s “Find a Home” real estate listings site.

  38. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, November 2

    This week’s homes are in Greenwich Village, Flatiron and Park Slope, Brooklyn.

  39. Manafort’s Brooklyn Brownstone Goes From Eyesore to Evidence Metro, November 1

    The empty house with broken windows and a $7 million mortgage was part of an indicted Trump adviser’s money-laundering scheme, prosecutors say.

  40. Andrew Weissmann, Mueller’s Legal Pit Bull Washington, October 31

    Mr. Weissmann, on leave from the Justice Department, brings decades of experience prosecuting Mafia heads and white-collar crime to the Russia investigation.

  41. Two New York Detectives Are Charged With Rape and Kidnapping Metro, October 30

    The detectives were indicted on Monday on charges that they sexually assaulted an 18-year-old woman who was handcuffed inside a police van in Brooklyn.

  42. Staying in Crown Heights, Even as It Gentrifies Real Estate, October 30

    A longtime Brooklyn resident worried when new owners took over her rental building, but she stuck it out, even through two winters without heat.

  43. Hitch a Ride on de Blasio’s Coattails? A Brooklyn Democrat Says No Thanks Metro, October 29

    For Justin Brannan, a Brooklyn Democrat seeking election to the New York City Council, the shadow of Mayor de Blasio looms menacingly.

  44. Rebuilding After Sandy: One Brick at a Time Metro, October 29

    Those affected by Hurricane Sandy five years ago shared how the storm changed their lives physically, emotionally and financially, and how they've pushed forward since.

  45. Indictment Issued in Case of 18-Year-Old Who Said 2 Officers Raped Her Metro, October 27

    The charges stem from an encounter in September in which a woman says that two detectives handcuffed her and assaulted her.

  46. Justice Department Seeks Dismissal of Lawsuits Seeking to Preserve DACA Metro, October 27

    The motion was the Trump administration’s first serious legal attack on the two lawsuits that are trying to reverse the decision to end the program.

  47. Could You Be Living in an Illegal Apartment? Real Estate, October 27

    Thousands of New Yorkers live in illegal apartments, but not all of them know, because the space seems perfectly habitable.

  48. How Yahdon Israel, of #LiterarySwag, Spends His Sundays Metropolitan, October 27

    Recently named the editor in chief of Brooklyn Magazine, Mr. Israel shops, reads books by and about women, and mixes himself a special cocktail.

  49. Flag Football Touches Down in Brooklyn Metropolitan, October 26

    In the concussion-aware era, more and more children are joining flag football leagues to enjoy the spirit of the game, without tackling.

  50. Homes for Sale in New York City Real Estate, October 26

    This week’s homes are in South Park Slope, Brooklyn, in Lincoln Square and Chelsea.

  51. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, October 26

    This week’s homes are on the Upper West Side, in Chelsea, and in South Slope, Brooklyn.

  52. For Wine Grape Season, a Canarsie Garden Center Has the Goods Metropolitan, October 26

    In September and October, Brooklyn Plantology by Lapide, known for its plants and flowers, stocks and sells California grapes for local winemakers.

  53. Girlfriend of Brooklyn Man Shot by Officer Tells Jurors of Fatal Encounter Metro, October 25

    The officer rolled down his car window moments before fatally shooting another driver who walked toward him during a traffic dispute last year, the man’s girlfriend testified.