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  1. On the Market in the New York Region Slideshow, Yesterday

    This week’s properties include a six-bedroom in Huntington Bay, N.Y., and a three-bedroom in East Amwell, N.J.

  2. Homes for Sale in New York and New Jersey Real Estate, Yesterday

    This week’s properties include a six-bedroom in Huntington Bay, N.Y., and a three-bedroom in East Amwell, N.J.

  3. Kearny, N.J.: Affordable and Ethnically Diverse Real Estate, November 22

    A less expensive alternative to Hoboken and Jersey City, Kearny is a mixing pot with a strong sense of community.

  4. Living in ... Kearny, N.J. Slideshow, November 22

    An affordable alternative to Hoboken and Jersey City, Kearny is a mixing pot with a strong sense of community.

  5. A Road Meant to Ease Traffic Will Be Named After Christie Metro, November 20

    After the election of his successor from the opposing party, Gov. Chris Christie was in an introspective mood at a ceremony for a modest honor in northern New Jersey.

  6. Homes That Sold for Around $750,000 Real Estate, November 19

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  7. Democrats Show Support for Senator Menendez After His Mistrial Metro, November 17

    The possibility of a competitive primary challenge against Senator Robert Menendez quickly dissipated as political power brokers endorsed his re-election.

  8. Corruption Case Against Senator Menendez Ends in Mistrial Metro, November 16

    The decision in the case against the powerful New Jersey Democrat brings an inconclusive end to the first bribery trial of a sitting U.S. senator in decades.

  9. Living in ... Perth Amboy, N.J. Slideshow, November 15

    More budget-conscious buyers are looking to Perth Amboy, drawn by the relatively low-priced homes, the sea breezes and the easy transit connections.

  10. Perth Amboy, N.J.: Historic Buildings and Affordable Housing Real Estate, November 15

    More budget-conscious buyers are looking to Perth Amboy, drawn by the relatively low-priced homes, the waterfront and the easy transit connections.

  11. No Verdict After Jury Resumes Deliberations in Menendez Trial Metro, November 14

    On Monday, panelists said they were deadlocked. On Tuesday, they went back behind closed doors and left at the end of the day without announcing a decision.

  12. Jurors Say They Cannot Reach Verdict in Menendez Trial Metro, November 13

    The judge asked the panel to go home and then come back on Tuesday and try again.

  13. Ex-Gov. James Florio: Learning From New Jersey’s Tax Folly Letters, November 13

    The former governor of the state says adding $1.5 trillion to the national debt under the G.O.P. tax plan would be foolish.

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

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  15. Revenge of the Obama Coalition Op Ed, November 10

    The resistance is transforming local politics. But it probably won’t stop there.

  16. Three Composers on the Necessity and Pitfalls of Political Music Culture, November 10

    David Lang, Caroline Shaw and Ted Hearne discuss their works, to be performed by the Crossing at the Institute for Advanced Study on Nov. 10 and 11.

  17. Jury Deliberations in Menendez Trial to Start Over After Juror Is Excused Metro, November 9

    A juror in the corruption trial of Senator Robert Menendez was released for a preplanned vacation. In an interview, she said the government is corrupt, not Mr. Menendez.

  18. Senate Republicans Will Diverge From House in Sweeping Tax Rewrite Washington, November 8

    The Senate will diverge from the House legislation in several key ways, including eliminating the ability to deduct state and local taxes and scaling back, rather than ending, the estate tax.

  19. As Democrats in Suburbs Take Victory Lap, Focus Shifts to 2018 Metro, November 8

    Across the New York region, Democratic voters turned out to defeat Republicans in county and local races in an election fueled by anti-Trump fervor.

  20. On the Market in the New York Region Slideshow, November 9

    This week’s homes are in White Plains, N.Y., and Little Silver, N.J.

  21. Homes for Sale in New York and New Jersey Real Estate, November 9

    This week’s properties include a four-bedroom in Little Silver, N.J., and a five-bedroom in White Plains, N.Y.

  22. In a City of Firsts, Hoboken Elects a Sikh as Mayor Metro, November 8

    Ravi Bhalla is the first Sikh to be elected mayor in New Jersey, and one of only a few Sikhs to become mayor of an American city.

  23. Suburbs Rebel Against Trump, Threatening Republicans in Congress Washington, November 8

    Suburban areas appear to be in open revolt against President Trump, with a coalition of educated whites and minorities shunning Republican candidates.

  24. Chris Christie Argues With New Jersey Voter Video, November 8

    New Jersey Governor Chris Christie argued with a voter outside of a polling station in Mendham Township on Tuesday. Nick Corasaniti, a New York Times reporter, captured it on video.

  25. Key Takeaways From Tuesday’s Elections Washington, November 8

    A suburban rebellion against President Trump propelled Democrats to victory in races for governor, state legislature and mayor, in a series of elections.

  26. New Jersey’s Next Governor: A Rich Donor With Progressive Roots Metro, November 8

    Before Philip D. Murphy was a governor, he was a Goldman Sachs executive. And before that, he was raised in a home that revered the Kennedys.

  27. Virginia’s Election and Trump’s Whupping Op Ed, November 8

    It wasn’t just in one state. Across the country, the normal rules do apply to him.

  28. Phil Murphy Is Elected Governor of New Jersey, in a Lift for Democrats Metro, November 7

    The success of his campaign, built on rejecting Gov. Chris Christie and President Trump, further cemented New Jersey’s shift to a decidedly blue state.

  29. With Virginia, Voters Give Democrats First Big Wins of the Trump Era National, November 7

    The Democratic Party’s crowning success of the night came in Virginia, where Ralph S. Northam, an understated physician and Army veteran, won a commanding victory for governor.

  30. Two House Republicans to Retire, Continuing an Exodus Under Trump National, November 7

    Frank A. LoBiondo of New Jersey and Ted Poe of Texas, who have served in Congress for years, said they would not seek re-election next year.

  31. In Menendez Corruption Trial, Both Sides Make Their Final Cases Metro, November 6

    After a two-month trial, jurors have started deliberating in the federal corruption case against Senator Robert Menendez, a New Jersey Democrat.

  32. Ballot Proposals, Mayor and New Jersey Governor: How to Vote Editorial, November 6

    For Tuesday’s elections, here are The Times’s recommendations in major races and on ballot proposals.

  33. Just Tuning In to New York’s Elections? Here’s a Rundown of the Races Metro, November 6

    A primer on the most important races in the region, who’s running, and where they stand on the issues.

  34. Tax Plan Burdens Blue-State Republicans and Their Districts National, November 5

    Republicans hope a tax bill will lift their fortunes in 2018. In crucial states like New Jersey, with high local taxes, it could do just the opposite.

  35. Candidates for Governor Crisscross New Jersey in a Final Push Metro, November 5

    With the frenzied vigor of a close election, hopefuls held rallies across the state hoping to garner last-minute votes.

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

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  37. Where the New Jersey Candidates for Governor Stand on the Issues Interactive, November 3

    Here’s a look at what Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno, the Republican, and Philip D. Murphy, the Democrat, hope to do.

  38. Conversations With the Candidates for New Jersey Governor Metro, November 2

    The New York Times conducted interviews with Philip D. Murphy, the Democratic candidate, and Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno, the Republican candidate, for New Jersey governor. We also solicited questions from readers for the candidates. Here are edited exc...

  39. In New York Suburbs, Campaigns Are Anything but Genteel Metro, November 2

    In the elections for county executive in Westchester and Nassau, television ads and mailings take a sharply dark turn as Election Day draws near.

  40. New York Terror Suspect’s Neighbors React Video, November 1

    Residents of Paterson, N.J., where the New York terror suspect Sayfullo Saipov was living, reflect the morning after the killings.

  41. Kim Guadagno, in Her Own Words Interactive, November 1

    The Times asked Kim Guadagno, the Republican candidate for governor of New Jersey, to fill in the blanks in a letter to New Jerseyans.

  42. Guadagno, Hoping to Succeed Christie, Tries to Escape His Shadow Metro, November 1

    Among small business owners, Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno was well known for her accessibility. But to the wider public, she was largely unknown.

  43. Philip Murphy, in His Own Words Interactive, November 1

    The Times asked Philip D. Murphy, the Democratic candidate for governor of New Jersey, to fill in the blanks in a letter to New Jerseyans.

  44. For Philip Murphy, Key Résumé Entries Are Often Left Unspoken Metro, October 31

    Mr. Murphy, the Democratic candidate for governor of New Jersey, spent many years at Goldman Sachs and four years as German ambassador. But he rarely discusses either.

  45. Philip Murphy, in His Own Words Interactive, November 1

    The Times asked Philip D. Murphy, the Democratic candidate for governor of New Jersey, to fill in the blanks in a letter to New Jerseyans.

  46. A Modernist Box Among the Victorians Real Estate, October 31

    In a newly designated historic district in Princeton, N.J., they had the nerve to build a modernist house.

  47. Going Modern on a Traditional Street Slideshow, October 31

    In a newly designated historic district in Princeton, N.J., they managed to build a modernist house without offending the neighbors.

  48. Phil Murphy for Governor of New Jersey Editorial, October 29

    The Democratic candidate, a former financier and ambassador, offers the best opportunity to end the chaos of the Chris Christie years.

  49. Five Years After Sandy, Are We Better Prepared? Metro, October 29

    While much of New York City’s battered infrastructure has been repaired and even improved, most long-term resiliency measures are still years away.

  50. Homes That Sold for Around $450,000 Real Estate, October 29

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  51. Two of Menendez’s Senate Colleagues Defend His Character Metro, October 26

    Senator Cory Booker, a Democrat from New Jersey, and Senator Lindsey Graham, a Republican, from South Carolina, traveled from Washington for a bipartisan display of support.

  52. New Jersey Teachers’ Union Wages Costly War Against Powerful Democrat Metro, October 26

    The union is waging a multimillion-dollar assault on the State Senate president, Stephen M. Sweeney, that could also imperil the agenda of Philip D. Murphy.

  53. Gifts to Menendez Weren’t Disclosed Because Friend Gave Them, Aide Says Metro, October 25

    The aide said he did not think Senator Robert Menendez needed to report private flights or a luxury hotel stay because the accommodations came courtesy of his longtime friend.