1. Yesterday’s Trump Indictment Documents News live blog included one standalone post:
  2. See What Canadian Wildfire Smoke Looked Like in 8 Places This Week Interactive, Yesterday

    Imagery from EarthCam shows how smoke from hundreds of wildfires in Canada enveloped cities in the Northeast and Midwest.

  3. Trump was recorded saying he knew he had a classified document. U.S., Yesterday

    The recording, confirmed by a person briefed on the matter, is expected to be a critical piece of evidence in the case against him that the special counsel Jack Smith brought this week.

  4. Inside Trump’s Club When the Call Came: You’re Indicted U.S., Yesterday

    It was a more familiar drill this time for the former president, his aides and allies, who cranked their political spin machine and fund-raising operation into action.

  5. Homes for Sale in New Jersey and New York Real Estate, June 8

    This week’s properties are in Edgewater, N.J., and Rockville Centre, N.Y.

  6. There’s Only One Way to Fix New York’s Traffic Gridlock Opinion, June 8

    There’s no way out of the congestion without making drivers pay for taking up limited street space.

  7. Midland Park, N.J.: A ‘Forever Town’ Where You ‘Buy a House and Stay’ Real Estate, June 7

    The Bergen County borough has an unhurried pace and a multigenerational flavor, because many who were raised there never want to leave.

  8. More Fish, More Whales, More Ships — and More Whale Strikes New York, June 7

    More menhaden in New York waters means more whales, but also more collisions with ships. Plus, the Manhattan district attorney tosses hundreds of old convictions.

  9. 5 Things to Know About Chris Christie U.S., June 6

    Mr. Christie, a onetime star presidential recruit who finished in sixth place in New Hampshire in 2016, has become a fierce Trump critic.

  10. New Jersey Primary Election Results Interactive, June 6

    See full results from the New Jersey primary elections.

  11. Can Christie Succeed as ‘Trump Slayer’? New Jersey Has Thoughts. New York, June 5

    The former governor, with his ready wit and considerable baggage, intends to jump into the Republican presidential primary on Tuesday.

  12. Turning 100, the New Jersey Symphony Sticks to Home Arts, June 5

    The orchestra could have rented Carnegie Hall for the celebration, but “our supporters are here, our audiences are here,” its chief executive said.

  13. For These Bird Flu Researchers, Work Is a Day at the Very ‘Icky’ Beach Science, June 4

    The H5N1 virus poses “a great unknown threat” to birds and humans alike. Understanding and thwarting it begins with excrement collection.

  14. Two Dead Humpback Whales Are Seen Off Coast of New York Express, June 2

    The animals, observed floating off Long Island and Staten Island this week, were the latest casualties of a species that faces many threats.

  15. Priced Out of the City, They Bought a Tiny Suburban Home. Now What? Real Estate, June 2

    The 900-square-foot house had three bedrooms, but the children’s were shoe-box size. Updating them required ingenuity and ideas from “An American in Paris.”

  16. Can New Jersey’s New Festival Top Coachella or SXSW? It Thinks So. Metropolitan, June 2

    A new arts festival featuring local and marquee-name talent is coming to the Garden State.

  17. The District Gained Republicans. Could a Liberal Democrat Take It Back? Metro, May 31

    Sue Altman, the leader of a progressive organization in New Jersey, announced Wednesday that she would run for the House seat currently held by Representative Tom Kean Jr., a Republican.

  18. Virginia Man Is Charged in Fatal Shooting of New Jersey Councilwoman Metro, May 30

    Eunice Dwumfour, the first Black person elected to office in Sayreville, N.J., was killed as she sat in her car outside her home. She and the man who was arrested were connected through their church.

  19. For a Notorious Police Department, This Killing Was the Last Straw Metro, May 30

    After a string of police shootings and abuse in Paterson, N.J., the killing of Najee Seabrooks led the state attorney general to seize control of the department.

  20. Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour Touches Down in New Jersey Culture, May 27

    The pop megastar’s first of three shows at MetLife Stadium featured an appearance from the rising rapper Ice Spice, a fan-favorite song and loads of sequins.

  21. Menendez Investigation Is Said to Involve Questions About Luxury Gifts Metro, May 26

    Senator Robert Menendez, Democrat of New Jersey, has said he is confident the inquiry will “end up in absolutely nothing.”

  22. A Man Called 9-1-1. The Police Shot Him While He Was Still on the Phone. Metro, May 25

    A New Jersey man was fatally wounded by a police officer after reporting trespassers in his yard. The officer has been charged with manslaughter.

  23. In Capitols and Courthouses, No End to National Divide Over Gun Policy National, May 24

    After the Supreme Court ruled last year that people could carry guns outside their homes, legal challenges and legislative debates have been playing out across the country.

  24. Deadly Traffic in Suburbia Points to Deep-Seated Structural Problems Metropolitan, May 20

    Cities are forced to confront century-old suburban sprawl that was first and foremost designed to keep cars moving rather than people safe.

  25. Homes for Sale in New York and New Jersey Real Estate, May 18

    This week’s properties are five-bedroom homes in Huntington, N.Y., and Glen Ridge, N.J.

  26. Baseball Returns to the ‘Hallowed Grounds’ of a Negro Leagues Stadium Sports, May 17

    Saved from demolition, Hinchliffe Stadium in New Jersey underwent a $100 million renovation. It will now serve as a minor league ballpark and a Negro leagues museum.

  27. Rap Star Bankrolled Gangs That Killed on His Orders, Prosecutors Say Metro, May 16

    Sheff G, whose real name is Michael Williams, dangled rewards like fame and money, according to an indictment that included 31 other people.

  28. The Brutal Past and Uncertain Future of Native Adoptions Metropolitan, May 16

    The Indian Child Welfare Act of 1978 sought to keep Native children in tribal communities. The Supreme Court may change that this spring.

  29. New Jersey’s Senators Push Back on Congestion Pricing Metro, May 16

    Senators Robert Menendez and Cory Booker joined the fight against the tolling program, which would charge drivers who enter Manhattan below 60th Street.

  30. Two Memoirs of Chinese American Hunger, Three Decades Apart Book Review, May 14

    Fae Myenne Ng’s “Orphan Bachelors” recalls her coming of age in midcentury San Francisco; Jane Wong’s “Meet Me Tonight in Atlantic City” recalls hers in 1980s and ’90s New Jersey.

  31. How the Head of a Filmmaking Center Spends His Sundays Metropolitan, May 14

    Jon Alpert has shared his love for documentaries with New Yorkers for more than 50 years.

  32. Lawyer Who Fled to Cuba After Shooting Girlfriend Is Convicted of Murder Metro, May 13

    James Ray III, 60, was found guilty of killing Angela Bledsoe in the home they shared in Montclair, N.J.

  33. Inquiry Into Senator Menendez Broadens With New Subpoena Metro, May 12

    Prosecutors have asked Nicholas Sacco, a New Jersey senator and mayor, for correspondence related to a stalled bill and records linked to a halal enterprise.

  34. Homes for Sale in New York and New Jersey Real Estate, May 11

    This week’s homes are a three-bedroom in Bedminster, N.J., and a four-bedroom in Chappaqua, N.Y.

  35. A Cemetery or an ‘Environmental Train Wreck’? Burial Site Fuels Debate. Metro, May 11

    Neighbors say the cemetery and a mikvah under construction across the street threaten the safety and supply of water in an area where many homes rely on wells for drinking and bathing.

  36. DeCamp to End Commuter Bus Service to New York City From New Jersey Metro, March 20

    The bus line, which serves northern New Jersey, has struggled to retain ridership since the start of the pandemic. Its last day of service into the city will be April 7.

  37. A Year in the Juvenile Justice System Book Review, January 24

    “Children of the State” immerses the author Jeff Hobbs in the world of three American institutions. What he discovers is an open question.

  38. Why Subway and Bus Fares Are Likely to Rise Next Year Metro, December 19

    The M.T.A. held off price increases during the pandemic, but now it faces a possible budget disaster.

  39. Companies Fined $325,000 for Selling Pesticide to Fight Coronavirus, E.P.A. Says Express, September 23

    Zoono USA and Zoono Holdings, New Jersey companies, sold Zoono Microbe Shield through numerous websites and were fined by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

  40. At Head Start, Masks Remain On, Despite C.D.C. Guidelines National, September 7

    Some of the nation’s poorest pre-K students are the last still under mask mandates, affecting enrollment.

  41. New York Faces New Commuter Surge, Ready or Not, Study Suggests Metro, June 15

    The study appears to underscore the need for a new rail tunnel under the Hudson River, part of the huge and long-planned Gateway project.