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  1. Comparing Suburbs: Montclair in New Jersey vs. Dobbs Ferry in New York? Real Estate, Today

    Once you have decided it’s time to move out of the city, how do you figure out which suburb will suit you best?

  2. The Case for Allowing Felons to Vote Op Ed, Yesterday

    Every American should be able to cast a ballot.

  3. Four Northeast States Pledge to Share Gun Safety Data Metro, Yesterday

    New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Rhode Island will exchange information, like the names of people who have been deemed mentally unfit to own a gun.

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

    This week’s properties include a six-bedroom in Islip, N.Y., and a five-bedroom in Colts Neck, N.J.

  5. On the Market in New York and New Jersey Slideshow, Yesterday

    This week’s properties include a six-bedroom in Islip, N.Y., and a four-bedroom in Colts Neck, N.J.

  6. A Place With Room to Grow Real Estate, Yesterday

    Short on space in Manhattan — and planning a family — they made the leap to the suburbs. But owning a house presented its own challenges.

  7. Armed Officers Will Patrol New Jersey Town’s Schools Metro, February 20

    East Brunswick is placing police officers with guns in schools, as other districts add security measures in the wake of the Parkland, Fla., shooting.

  8. Jeffrey Bell, G.O.P. Giant-Killer and Supply-Sider, Dies at 74 Obits, February 20

    He upset Senator Clifford P. Case in New Jersey’s 1978 Republican primary, lost to Bill Bradley, but became an effective advocate of tax cuts.

  9. Homes That Sold for Around $1,500,000 Real Estate, February 18

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  10. Man Crashes Truck Into Planned Parenthood Clinic, Police Say Metro, February 17

    A suspect was charged after three people, including a pregnant woman, sustained minor injuries in the crash. The authorities would not comment on a motive.

  11. A Freshman New Jersey Mayor, at Age 93, Tackles Same Old Problems Metro, February 16

    Vito Perillo, a 93-year-old World War II veteran, was elected to his first term as mayor of Tinton Falls. But he’s dealing with a familiar problem: a disagreeable Borough Council.

  12. This Old House Is a Chore Real Estate, February 16

    There is a lot to learn when you buy an old house — and what seems like a simple fix can turn into a major project.

  13. A Former Pharmaceutical Executive Is Running for U.S. Senate in New Jersey Metro, February 13

    Bob Hugin announced his candidacy for the Republican nomination for the seat currently held by Democratic Senator Robert Menendez.

  14. Eat, Pray, Love: An Ash Wednesday and Valentine’s Day Dilemma Metro, February 12

    For the first time in 73 years, the two occasions fall on the same day, posing culinary challenges for Christians who observe Lent.

  15. Homes That Sold for Around $450,000 Real Estate, February 11

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  16. The Songs That Bind Op Ed, February 10

    Data drawn from Spotify listeners reveal that we are all teenagers in love.

  17. Where Did Rents Rise the Most in 2017? Real Estate, February 8

    These 10 cities saw the biggest percentage increases in rent over the last year.

  18. On the Market in New York and New Jersey Slideshow, February 8

    This week’s properties include a four-bedroom in Lawrence Township, N.J., and a six-bedroom in Croton-on-Hudson, N.Y.

  19. Homes for Sale in New York and New Jersey Real Estate, February 8

    This week’s properties include a four-bedroom in Lawrence Township, N.J., and a six-bedroom in Croton-on-Hudson, N.Y.

  20. Failure to Screen for Sleep Apnea Led to 2 Recent Train Crashes Metro, February 6

    Failure to test engineers for the sleep disorder was the root cause of train crashes in Hoboken, N.J., and Brooklyn, a federal safety board found.

  21. After Years of Investigation, a Sudden Folding of the Case Against Menendez Metro, February 4

    The long arc of the corruption investigation into Senator Robert Menendez, which began more than five years ago with salacious rumors, collapsed over two weeks in January.

  22. Remembering the Four Chaplains and Their Ultimate Sacrifice Metro, February 4

    A New Jersey church honors the chaplains who gave their life vests to others as their military transport ship was sinking 75 years ago in World War II.

  23. Homes That Sold for Around $600,000 Real Estate, February 4

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  24. When Apps Send Traffic to Your Neighborhood Letters, February 1

    Readers from Washington and New York describe the problem of navigation apps clogging roads in residential neighborhoods.

  25. January’s Most Popular Listings Real Estate, February 1

    The most viewed properties on The New York Times’s “Find a Home” listings site.

  26. Homes for Sale in New York and New Jersey Real Estate, February 1

    This week’s properties include a two-bedroom loft in Union City, N.J., and a four-bedroom house in Garden City, N.Y.

  27. On the Market in the New York Region Slideshow, February 1

    This week’s properties include a two-bedroom loft in Union City, N.J., and a four-bedroom house in Garden City, N.Y.

  28. Justice Department Dismisses Corruption Case Against Menendez Metro, January 31

    The decision will allow Senator Robert Menendez, a Democrat from New Jersey, to run for re-election without having to face a new trial.

  29. A Postcard View of Manhattan Real Estate, February 1

    After living in New York City, they wanted more space, fewer crowds and a car. They weren’t expecting to see the skyline.

  30. Bolstered by Survey, Hoboken Again Says No to Ferry Yard Metro, January 30

    Citing the results of an online survey, Hoboken’s mayor said the city would proceed with plans to turn a boat-maintenance facility into a public park.

  31. A New Leader for a Troubled New Jersey Transit Metro, January 30

    Kevin Corbett, top executive at a global construction and engineering firm, is about to take over one of the worst commuter railroads in the country.

  32. From Annapolis to Congress? These Three Women Know Tough Missions Washington, January 29

    The women, who were contemporaries at the Naval Academy, are part of a powerful wave of political activism in the era of President Trump.

  33. On Climate, Gov. Murphy Brings a New Voice to New Jersey Editorial, January 29

    The state’s new governor, Phil Murphy, acknowledges reality on climate change and rejoins the rest of the Northeast in a greenhouse gas control compact.

  34. Rodney Frelinghuysen, Powerful House Republican, Announces He Will Not Seek Re-Election Metro, January 29

    The chairman of the appropriations committee is the latest congressional Republican to announce he will not seek re-election in the 2018 midterms.

  35. New Jersey Embraces an Idea It Once Rejected: Make Utilities Pay to Emit Carbon Climate, January 29

    Democratic governors nationwide are taking steps to tax or price emissions within their own borders, even as Trump dismantles federal climate policy.

  36. Homes That Sold for Around $750,000 Real Estate, January 28

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  37. Years After Woman’s Murder, Investigators Uncover Plot Fueled by ‘Money, Greed, Drugs’ Metro, January 26

    April Kauffman, a radio host and doctor’s wife, was found dead in 2012. Her husband was accused of having her killed to stop her from exposing his drug “empire.”

  38. Cuomo, Typically a Lone Wolf, Shifts Toward Coalition Building Metro, January 26

    Gov. Cuomo, along with the governors of Connecticut and New Jersey, announced plans to jointly sue the U.S. over the tax law — a change for a governor who usually operates alone.

  39. Letter of Recommendation: Rodney Dangerfield Magazine, January 26

    He really doesn’t get enough respect.

  40. Judge Acquits Senator Menendez of Several Charges Metro, January 24

    A federal judge acquitted Senator Robert Menendez and his co-defendant of seven bribery and mail fraud charges, leaving them to face 11 charges at retrial.

  41. North Carolina Prisons Drop Ban on ‘New Jim Crow’ Express, January 24

    Citing the First Amendment, the state A.C.L.U. argued that inmates should be allowed to read Michelle Alexander’s book about racism and mass incarceration.