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  1. California Shows How States Can Lead on Climate Change Editorial, July 24

    The state is making a bold global statement with its cap-and-trade program.

  2. Homes That Sold for Around $1,500,000 Real Estate, July 23

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  3. You Have a Bad Commute? Try Four Hours and Three Trains Metro, July 21

    Some commuters use Long Island Rail Road and New Jersey Transit back to back. The Penn Station upheaval doesn’t faze them.

  4. Homes for Sale in New York and New Jersey Real Estate, July 21

    This week’s properties include a four-bedroom in Waccabuc, N.Y., and a six-bedroom in Middletown, N.J.

  5. On the Market in the New York Region Slideshow, July 21

    This week’s properties include a four-bedroom in Waccabuc, N.Y., and a six-bedroom in Middletown, N.J.

  6. Our Jersey Boy Insider, July 20

    Being the Garden State’s correspondent for the Metro desk can at times feel like being a far-flung foreign correspondent.

  7. Part of Hudson Yards Tunnels Is Nearly Done. Now It Sits, Unused. Metro, July 20

    The two box tunnels are the first section of the multibillion-dollar Gateway project to almost reach completion.

  8. Derailment at Penn Station on July 6 Was Caused by Track Defect Metro, July 19

    Amtrak officials said a problem with ties allowed rails to widen and a wheel of a New Jersey Transit train to leave the track, days before repairs at the terminal began.

  9. Chris Christie’s No. 1 Fan Editorial, July 19

    He always manages to make it about him. And his constituents have clearly had enough of it.

  10. Cardinals on Opposite Sides of the Hudson Reflect Two Paths of Catholicism Metro, July 16

    Cardinal Joseph W. Tobin of Newark tends toward the progressive spirit of Pope Francis; Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan of New York hews toward Pope Benedict’s conservative views.

  11. We Have Police Videos. Now What? Editorial, July 14

    Regulation by the states must not leave complete control of videos from body and dashboard cameras to police departments.

  12. Expectant Mother and Father-to-Be, Separated by Cinder Block Metro, July 13

    Trying to prepare for their baby’s arrival, two inmates at a county jail in New Jersey communicate by gestures through windows.

  13. David Wildstein, Ex-Christie Ally, Gets Probation for Lane Closings Metro, July 12

    Mr. Wildstein, who has described himself as the mastermind of the so-called Bridgegate scandal, avoided a prison sentence because he provided key testimony.

  14. Blueprint for a New Newark Op Ed, July 12

    Solutions to low employment and poor relations between residents and the police are emerging from the ground up.

  15. Five Days of Unrest That Shaped, and Haunted, Newark Metro, July 11

    Fifty years ago, starting on July 12, 1967, racial tensions in Newark exploded. Here are some recollections of that time and how it has shaped the present.

  16. New Jersey Bond Businesses Eye New Growth, From Immigrants Business, July 11

    After the state moved away from cash bail, and with detentions of immigrants rising, bail agents are hoping to profit from writing immigration bonds.

  17. Christie Ally May Be Spared Prison in Bridge Scandal Metro, July 11

    Prosecutors are seeking probation for David Wildstein, who devised the scheme to close lanes near the George Washington Bridge and testified against his co-conspirators.

  18. Port Authority Suspending Payments to New Jersey That Subsidized Ferry Metro, July 10

    The authority will investigate the state Department of Transportation’s paying $7,200 a day to a little-used ferry from the Jersey Shore.

  19. As His Popularity Craters, Christie Eyes Another Sharp-Elbow Job: Sports Radio Host Metro, July 10

    A poll from Monmouth University on Monday found that New Jersey’s governor has a 15 percent approval rating. He spent the morning auditioning for a role at WFAN.

  20. Chris Christie’s Deep Disregard Letters, July 10

    A reader notes that the rail tunnel he vetoed would have been built by now.

  21. Marijuana Industry Gears Up After N.J. Candidate Backs Legalization Metro, July 7

    Since Philip Murphy, a Democratic candidate for governor, said he supported making recreational marijuana use legal, growers have stepped up their planning.

  22. June’s Most Popular Properties Real Estate, July 7

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

  23. Homes for Sale in New York and New Jersey Real Estate, July 7

    This week’s properties include a converted horse barn in Montclair, N.J., and a five-bedroom in Brookville, N.Y.

  24. On the Market in the New York Region Slideshow, July 7

    This week’s properties include a converted horse barn in Montclair, N.J., and a five-bedroom house in Brookville, N.Y.

  25. Cost of Hudson Tunnel Project Could Hit Nearly $13 Billion, Report Says Metro, July 6

    Building a new rail tunnel under the Hudson River and fixing the existing one could cost almost double an earlier estimate, according to a report released on Thursday.

  26. Foraging for Treasure in Trump’s Atlantic City Ruins Metro, July 6

    Bargains galore from bed linens to chandeliers were on offer at the liquidation sale at the shuttered Trump Taj Mahal — but nothing bearing the president’s name.

  27. In ‘Swim Team,’ Autism Is No Barrier to Competition Weekend, July 6

    Lara Stolman’s documentary follows a Special Olympics team for autistic kids, the Jersey Hammerheads, and the challenges they face.

  28. Millions Meant for Rail Tunnel Subsidize Ferry Rides for a Few Metro, July 6

    After canceling a Hudson River train tunnel, Gov. Chris Christie diverted some of the funding to a lightly used Seastreak service to Jersey City and Hoboken.

  29. Women Move, World Improves Op Ed, July 6

    There’s progress on greater gender equality in politics. So everything’s going to get better.

  30. Chris Christie’s Tutorial in Hubris Op Ed, July 4

    What he and Donald Trump market as defiance is darker and more destructive.

  31. New Jersey Beaches Reopen, but Christie Catches More Heat Metro, July 4

    A photo of Gov. Chris Christie was not far from people’s minds as they spent July 4 on state beaches, reopened after a budget deal was reached.

  32. Standoff Ends in Budget Deal for New Jersey Metro, July 3

    State beaches and parks will reopen for July 4 after a three-day standoff over Gov. Chris Christie’s demand for control over the state’s largest health insurer.

  33. Caught in Budget Tugs of War, States Teeter on the Brink National, July 3

    At least eight states are without budgets several days into a new fiscal year, but the effects have been felt most starkly in Illinois, Maine and New Jersey.

  34. Gov. Chris Christie: From Beach to Meme Eternity Editorial, July 3

    The Star-Ledger, and Twitter users, immortalized Mr. Christie’s holiday on a state beach he had ordered closed.

  35. ‘That’s Him’: Christie Goes to the Shore, and the Critics Reload Metro, July 3

    With photographs circulating of the New Jersey governor and his family enjoying state beaches that are closed to the public, fewer constituents are finding his brashness likable.

  36. ‘That’s Him’: Christie Goes to the Shore, and the Critics Pounce Metro, July 3

    After photographs circulated showing the New Jersey governor and his family enjoying state beaches that are closed to the public, fewer constituents found his brashness likable.

  37. Chris Christie Hits a Closed State Beach, and Kicks Up a Fury Metro, July 3

    The outing came as the state park police were turning away families who arrived at the beach’s main gate hoping to spend a day by the ocean.

  38. With Beaches Empty, Christie Wages One More Fight Metro, July 2

    The shutdown of New Jersey’s government has its roots in a dispute about taking money held in reserve by Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield, the state’s largest health insurer.

  39. Soccer Academy Reaches Across Border to Nurture Young Players Sports, July 2

    A New Jersey program affiliated with Mexico’s first-division Club Tijuana serves youngsters who might get lost in America’s pay-to-play soccer culture.

  40. Homes That Sold for Around $750,000 Real Estate, July 2

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  41. Going to a New Jersey State Park or Beach? Not This Holiday Weekend National, July 1

    A government shutdown over the state’s budget has shuttered more than 50 state parks, historic sites and recreational areas. At least nine other states are also at impasses.

  42. New Jersey Government Shuts Down Over Budget Standoff Metro, June 30

    The most immediate effect of the impasse will be on those headed for the holiday weekend to state-run parks and beaches, which will be closed.

  43. Can K-pop Conquer America? Culture, June 30

    Fanaticism about this Korean genre is on the rise in the United States, but it hasn’t cracked mainstream pop culture. A conversation about its growth, on Popcast.

  44. The Hurricane-Proof Beach House Real Estate, June 30

    The Sea Bright, N.J., home was designed to be indestructible.

  45. New Jersey’s Appeal of Sports Betting Ban Heads to Supreme Court Sports, June 27

    The court said Tuesday that it would hear a major test of sports betting law in a case stemming from New Jersey’s efforts to allow bets on sporting events.

  46. Amtrak Picks Delta’s Former Chief to Lead It Through Challenging Time Metro, June 26

    Richard Anderson, who retired from Delta last year after nine years of running the airline, will serve as co-chief executive with Charles Moorman until Dec. 21.