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  1. Navy Parachutist Dies During Demonstration Over Jersey City Metro, Yesterday

    The parachutist, a member of the elite Leap Frogs team, plunged into the Hudson River as hundreds watched from Liberty State Park....

  2. A Shiny New Ride Above the Sand at the Jersey Shore Metro, May 26

    The Hydrus replaces the Jet Star roller coaster on the beach at Seaside Heights, where Hurricane Sandy left the old coaster a tangled wreck....

  3. Work for Audible, Live Rent-Free? Real Estate, May 26

    The company has its headquarters in Newark and is encouraging employees to help in the struggling city’s revival by offering incentives to live there....

  4. Strap Into the Jersey Shore’s New Roller Coaster Video, May 26

    The Hydrus opened in May, replacing the famous Jet Star roller coaster, which was destroyed by Hurricane Sandy. Experience the ride in this 360° video....

  5. Jim Johnson Delves Into His Personal History as Candidate for Governor Metro, May 25

    Mr. Johnson says he has built his campaign for governor of New Jersey on the core values of the civil rights movement — justice and equality....

  6. New Jersey Town Used Zoning to Discriminate Against Islam Metro, May 23

    A wealthy suburb violated the rights of Muslims in denying permission to build a mosque, using parking rules as a cover for intolerance....

  7. Cuomo Calls on Trump to Ease Penn Station’s ‘Summer of Agony’ Metro, May 21

    In a letter, the governor asked the president to provide funding for construction and transportation alternatives for commuters while some tracks are closed for repairs....

  8. What You Really Want to Know About the Candidates for New Jersey Governor Interactive, May 21

    Here's what matters — and a few things that don't — about six candidates vying to replace Gov. Christie....

  9. Profiles of Six Candidates for New Jersey Governor Interactive, May 21

    A former ambassador, a state senator and a lieutenant governor are all in the race....

  10. What You Really Want to Know About the Candidates for New Jersey Governor Interactive, May 21

    Here's what matters — and a few things that don't — about six candidates vying to replace Gov. Christie.

  11. Profiles of Six Candidates for New Jersey Governor Interactive, May 21

    A former ambassador, a state senator and a lieutenant governor are all in the race.

  12. Democrats in New Jersey Governor’s Race Court Progressive Vote Metro, May 21

    The platforms of the leading Democratic candidates read like a progressive wish list, with plans for prekindergarten and to raise the minimum wage....

  13. Off to Italy to Study Painting: A Former Inmate’s Journey Metro, May 21

    George Anthony Morton, who served nine years on a drug charge, turned to painting in prison. Now he is bound for Florence for a summer of study....

  14. Homes That Sold for Around $900,000 Real Estate, May 21

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region....

  15. Acrimony and Accusations in G.O.P. Debate for New Jersey Governor Metro, May 19

    Jack Ciattarelli, a state assemblyman, and Kim Guadagno, the lieutenant governor, found little common ground in their final primary debate Thursday night....

  16. On the Market in New York and New Jersey Slideshow, May 19

    This week’s properties include a townhouse in Jersey City, N.J., and five-bedroom house in Rye Brook, N.Y....

  17. Homes for Sale in New York and New Jersey Real Estate, May 19

    This week’s properties include a townhouse in Jersey City, N.J., and five-bedroom house in Rye Brook, N.Y....

  18. On the Market in New York and New Jersey Slideshow, May 19

    This week’s properties include a townhouse in Jersey City, N.J., and five-bedroom house in Rye Brook, N.Y.

  19. In Tumult of Trump, Jon Corzine Seeks a Wall Street Comeback Sunday Business, May 18

    After a number of setbacks, the former New Jersey governor and Goldman Sachs executive is planning his next act: a hedge fund built for the Trump era....

  20. 2 Killed as Jet Crashes While Landing at Teterboro Airport in New Jersey Metro, May 15

    The plane took off from Philadelphia International Airport and was approaching a runway when it crashed at 3:30 p.m....

  21. A Vertical Farm Grows in Newark Video, May 15

    AeroFarms is a farming company that grows produce indoors without sun, soil or pesticides. In this 360° video, step inside one of its vertical farms, which grows kale, arugula and other greens in Newark....

  22. 500 Students in a One-Room School: Fallout of New Jersey’s Funding Woes Metro, May 14

    Critics say the state has underfunded many school districts, leading to layoffs, overcrowding and even schools that use bookshelves and whiteboards in lieu of walls for classrooms....

  23. Homes That Sold for Around $1.5 Million Real Estate, May 14

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region....

  24. In New Jersey Debate, Democratic Candidates for Governor Gang Up on Front-Runner Metro, May 12

    Philip Murphy, who has raised far more money and has dominated the early stages of the campaign, was attacked by his three opponents during the televised debate....

  25. Homes for Sale in New York and New Jersey Real Estate, May 12

    This week’s properties include a waterfront home in West Islip, N.Y., and a Tudor in Englewood, N.J....

  26. On the Market in the New York Region Slideshow, May 12

    This week’s properties include a waterfront home in West Islip, N.Y., and a Tudor in Englewood, N.J....

  27. On the Market in the New York Region Slideshow, May 12

    This week’s properties include a waterfront home in West Islip, N.Y., and a Tudor in Englewood, N.J.

  28. A Trumpcare Change of Heart Op Ed, May 12

    A story about how Representative Tom MacArthur went from opposing to supporting Trumpcare....

  29. Fear and Fury in New Jersey Video, May 12

    At a town hall in New Jersey, Representative Tom MacArthur, who is credited with reviving legislation that could repeal the Affordable Care Act, faced hundreds of outraged constituents, who worry they may lose their health care coverage....

  30. Penn Station Service Cuts Won’t Top 25%, Amtrak Says Metro, May 11

    Everyone who uses the station will be inconvenienced for most of July and August, but service cuts will not exceed one-fourth of normal daily traffic there, Amtrak said....

  31. In New Jersey, Democrats Hope No Good Health Care Compromise Goes Unpunished National, May 10

    Tom MacArthur, a New Jersey Republican, helped woo the conservatives with an amendment on pre-existing conditions. Angry constituents at home have Democrats looking to an election fight....

  32. Kushners Confront Turbulence in New Jersey Real Estate Plans Metro, May 10

    The real estate family has backed out of the bidding on a site in Jersey City, which would have been its seventh development in that town....

  33. Philip Murphy Leads Fund-Raising in New Jersey Governor’s Race Metro, May 10

    Philip D. Murphy, a Democrat, raised more than $7.7 million in the first quarter of 2017, most of it from $5.5 million he lent his campaign....

  34. At First New Jersey Governor Debates, Parties Differ on Policy and in Tone Metro, May 10

    The Republican candidates looking to succeed Gov. Chris Christie sparred over tax policy and achievements while the Democrats found themselves largely in agreement....

  35. Jersey City Mayor Balks at Tax Break for Kushners Metro, May 9

    In a Facebook posting, Steven Fulop said he was “not supportive”; a rival candidate, Bill Matsikoudis, said the move was “100 percent political.”...

  36. How Photojournalists Cover Sexual Violence Against Women Multimedia/Photos, May 10

    The controversy over a young photographer’s depiction of a teenage girl forced into sex work raises questions of how to respectfully document victims of sexual violence....

  37. How Photojournalists Cover Sexual Violence Against Women Lens, May 10

    The controversy over a young photographer’s depiction of a teenage girl forced into sex work raises questions of how to respectfully document victims of sexual violence.

  38. Tunnels Aren’t the Only Vision for New Jersey Transit in the Governor’s Race Metro, May 8

    Rail problems have made the agency a top campaign issue, with candidates proposing ideas that include reorganization and the possibility of a new tax....

  39. Trump Visit Barely Rustles the Hedgerows of Bedminster Metro, May 7

    Eateries saw an uptick in activity and pro- and anti-Trump protesters turned out in modest numbers as the president stopped by his “Camp David North.”...

  40. Homes That Sold for Around $450,000 Real Estate, May 7

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region....

  41. LeFrak Goes Upscale With Its Latest Tower in Jersey City Real Estate, May 5

    Here’s the next chapter for the LeFrak family, which started rebuilding the waterfront in Jersey City more than 30 years ago....

  42. The Death and Life of Jersey City Metropolitan, May 5

    The downtown boom, visible in the new night-life scene along Newark Avenue, poses a threat to the urban pioneers from the city’s grittier days....

  43. It’s Trump’s First Trip Back to New York. Here’s What to Expect. Interactive, May 3

    A visual guide to Donald J. Trump’s first visit to his hometown as president....

  44. It’s Trump’s First Trip Back to New York. Here’s What to Expect. Interactive, May 3

    A visual guide to Donald J. Trump’s first visit to his hometown as president.

  45. Trump Is Returning to New York City, Just Not to Sleep N.Y. / Region, May 2

    The president will travel directly to his golf course in New Jersey after an event Thursday on the U.S.S. Intrepid in Manhattan.

  46. First Night in America Opinion, May 2

    Refugees from around the world spend their first night in the U.S. at an airport hotel.

  47. Hotel U.S.A. Video, May 2

    Refugees from around the world spend their first night in the U.S. at an airport hotel.

  48. Congress Allocates $120 Million for Trump Family’s Security Costs U.S., May 1

    The additional funding, part of a spending deal that could pass this week, reflects the extraordinary costs associated with the family’s lifestyle.

  49. A Sluggish Start to New Jersey’s Race for Governor N.Y. / Region, April 30

    With voters in the state unenthused by the coming Democratic primary, the candidates are trying to diminish the shadow of the 2016 contest.

  50. Homes That Sold for Around $600,000 Real Estate, April 30

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.