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  1. At Rally, Trump Praises Van Drew for Leaving ‘Deranged’ Democratic Party U.S., Yesterday

    The president traveled to Wildwood, N.J., to return a political favor for a former moderate Democrat who last month switched parties and pledged his “undying support.”

  2. Pop-Up Dinners That Share a Culture, Course by Course Food, Yesterday

    A new wave of cooks are hosting meals that explore their personal memories and culinary traditions.

  3. Trump’s N.J. Rally: Frigid Wait Is Worth It for President’s Fans New York, Yesterday

    President Trump arrived Tuesday to hold a rally in the state — his first there since taking office — where registered Democrats outnumber Republicans by a million voters.

  4. In ‘Goodnight Nobody,’ a Getaway Goes Awry Theater, January 27

    Haunted by Chekhov’s “The Seagull,” Rachel Bonds’s restless and friable play gathers a group of mostly artists at a lakeside retreat.

  5. Stephanie Parze: Ex-Boyfriend Confessed to Her Killing in Suicide Note New York, January 27

    Her remains were located three months after she was reported missing and two months after her ex-boyfriend died by suicide.

  6. With 130-Mile Coast, New Jersey Marks a First in Climate Change Fight New York, January 27

    Builders will be forced to take climate change, including rising sea levels, into account to win government approval for projects.

  7. Before Trump Rally in N.J., Justice Dept. Joins Local Immigration Case New York, January 26

    The localities that filed the lawsuit are in the district of Representative Jeff Van Drew, who just switched parties and pledged support for President Trump.

  8. Examining How Police Bullets Shattered a Brooklyn Family. Twice. New York, January 26

    I reported a story of two brothers, both killed by police officers, and the devastating impacts of their deaths.

  9. Homes That Sold for Around $1 Million Real Estate, January 26

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  10. New Jersey Bars Police From Using Clearview Facial Recognition App Technology, January 24

    Reporting about the powerful tool with a database of three billion photos “troubled” the state’s attorney general, who asked for an inquiry into its use.

  11. Homes for Sale in New York and New Jersey Real Estate, January 23

    This week’s properties include a seven-bedroom in Metuchen, N.J., and a five-bedroom in Dobbs Ferry, N.Y.

  12. On the Market in the New York Region Slideshow, January 23

    This week’s properties include a seven-bedroom in Metuchen, N.J., and a five-bedroom in Dobbs Ferry, N.Y.

  13. Rutgers to Name Its First Black President, School Official Says New York, January 19

    Jonathan Holloway, the provost at Northwestern University, is expected to be introduced by the school on Tuesday.

  14. Homes That Sold for Around $1.5 Million Real Estate, January 19

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  15. Winter Storm Brings Heavy Snow to the Midwest, Disrupting Travel U.S., January 18

    Temperatures in the Twin Cities area are expected to fall below zero Saturday night, while parts of New Jersey can expect to see several inches of snow, meteorologists said.

  16. Bruce Springsteen’s Son Becomes a Jersey City Firefighter New York, January 15

    The musician’s youngest son, Sam Springsteen, was sworn in as a Jersey City firefighter on Tuesday.

  17. Supreme Court Appears Skeptical of ‘Bridgegate’ Prosecution U.S., January 14

    Justices across the ideological spectrum seemed wary of allowing prosecutions based on officials’ misrepresentations about the reasons for their actions.

  18. Bill to End Religious Exemptions for Vaccinations Collapses in N.J. New York, January 13

    The proposal had been one of the nation’s broadest, but it came under intense criticism from vaccine skeptics.

  19. Jersey City Attackers’ Bomb Had Range of Up to 5 Football Fields New York, January 13

    A search of the van used by the man and woman in the attack also uncovered enough material for a second bomb, officials said.

  20. Jersey City Attackers’ Bomb Had Range of Up to 5 Football Fields New York, January 13

    A search of the van used by the man and woman in the attack also uncovered enough material for a second bomb, officials said.

  21. Cory Booker’s Exit From 2020 Race Ends a Once-Promising Political Chapter U.S., January 13

    The New Jersey senator, who built his campaign around a message of unity, was unable to catch on with substantial numbers of voters and ended his quest before voting began.

  22. Expand Penn Station? Fight With Trump Stalls Tunnels to Get There New York, January 13

    Governor Andrew Cuomo seems to have lost patience and is proposing new tracks at the transit hub, even if modern rail tunnels are not built.

  23. Fire in Bound Brook, N.J., Destroys New Luxury Complex New York, January 13

    The blaze, which spread to several other buildings, sowed panic in the downtown area and led transit officials to curtail train service.

  24. Homes That Sold for Around $450,000 Real Estate, January 12

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  25. He Was Cruising in a G.O.P. Primary. Then Trump Endorsed an Ex-Democrat. U.S., January 10

    David Richter had been the front-runner in his House primary in New Jersey. That changed when the Democratic incumbent announced he was becoming a Republican, with the president’s support.

  26. Marijuana: Where N.Y. Stands on Legalization New York, January 10

    Gov. Cuomo has vowed to make pot legal, but many of the challenges that got in the way of a similar effort last year remain.

  27. Homes for Sale in New York and New Jersey Real Estate, January 9

    This week’s properties are five-bedroom homes in Mountainside, N.J., and Katonah, N.Y.

  28. On the Market in the New York Region Slideshow, January 9

    This week’s properties are five-bedroom homes in Mountainside, N.J., and Katonah, N.Y.

  29. Golf Club for the 1 Percent Wants to Seize a Migratory Bird Habitat New York, January 9

    The golf course in Jersey City, N.J., says it needs the land to compete for tournaments. A birder counters, “It’s really just an obscenity.”

  30. Golf Club for the 1 Percent Wants to Seize a Migratory Bird Habitat New York, January 9

    The golf course in Jersey City, N.J., says it needs the land to compete for tournaments. A birder counters, “It’s really just an obscenity.”

  31. These Patients Are Hard to Treat Health, January 8

    A study examined a popular approach that coordinated care for the most expensive patients, and found that the project did not reduce hospital admissions.

  32. Wyckoff, N.J.: A Peaceful Suburb With a Sense of Community Real Estate, January 8

    The leafy Bergen County township is seeing an influx of young families, who value its small-town atmosphere and relatively low taxes.

  33. Living In ... Wyckoff, N.J. Slideshow, January 8

    The leafy Bergen County township is seeing an influx of young families, who value its small-town atmosphere and relatively low taxes.

  34. Kennedy Family Member Joins N.J. Race Against Democratic Defector Jeff Van Drew New York, January 6

    The wife of former Representative Patrick Kennedy is vying to oust a congressman who pledged loyalty to President Trump.

  35. Homes That Sold for Around $600,000 Real Estate, January 5

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  36. 90,000 Jews Gather to Pray and Defy a Wave of Hate New York, January 1

    A celebration to mark the end of a cycle of Talmudic study carried extra meaning in the wake of deadly anti-Semitic attacks.

  37. Bedminster, N.J.: Horses, Golf and Presidential Visits Real Estate, January 1

    Residents of the Somerset County township, who span the economic spectrum, often find the helicopters annoying. But the intrusion is usually short-lived.

  38. Living In ... Bedminster, N.J. Slideshow, January 1

    For full-time residents who value their privacy, the president’s helicopters can be annoying. But the intrusion is usually short-lived.

  39. New Jersey, Now Known for Rice Food, December 30

    Blue Moon Acres is growing five styles of rice in accordance with Korean farming practices.