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  1. Coronavirus Live Updates: Trump Says a Quarantine ‘Will Not Be Necessary’ World, Yesterday

    At least 17 states reported tallies of at least 1,000 infections. Illinois reported the first known U.S. death of an infant with the virus.

  2. At Two Fashion Resale Warehouses, Workers Fear for Their Safety Style, March 27

    As New Jersey orders nonessential workers to stay home to fight the spread of the new coronavirus, employees of the RealReal, a luxury resale company, wonder just what is “essential.”

  3. We Need More From Washington Opinion, March 27

    This crisis transcends party. Our states need support.

  4. These Stores Are ‘Essential’ in the Pandemic. Not Everyone Agrees. New York, March 27

    A range of jobs, including bicycle and marijuana sellers, have been deemed vital. But the lists have been the subject of intense lobbying.

  5. Capturing a World of Emptiness Reader Center, March 27

    How a team of photographers documented the quiet desolation of cities during the pandemic.

  6. A Man Coughed on a Wegmans Employee. Now He’s Charged With a Felony. U.S., March 25

    George Falcone told an employee at a grocery store in New Jersey that he had the coronavirus, the authorities said.

  7. A Homeless Family Navigates a Life Warped by the Coronavirus New York, March 25

    April Goode and four of her children moved into a hotel room in New Jersey in February. She had no job and no car. Then the pandemic hit.

  8. The Wealthy Flee Coronavirus. Vacation Towns Respond: Stay Away. New York, March 25

    Tensions mount between New Yorkers with the means to retreat to their second homes and those who live in the towns year round.

  9. North Arlington, N.J.: A Quiet Suburb Close to New York City Real Estate, March 25

    Newcomers are attracted by the close-knit community and the affordable homes — never mind that the borough’s biggest landmark is a century-old cemetery.

  10. Living In ... North Arlington, N.J. Slideshow, March 25

    Newcomers are attracted by the close-knit community and affordable homes — never mind that the borough’s biggest landmark is a century-old cemetery.

  11. As States Delay Primaries, June 2 Is Suddenly a Big Tuesday on the Calendar U.S., March 25

    As many as 12 states may hold primaries on June 2, which now carries the biggest delegate haul since Super Tuesday. That could change how the rest of the Democratic race plays out.

  12. 1,000 Inmates Will Be Released From N.J. Jails to Curb Coronavirus Risk New York, March 23

    No other state is thought to have taken such sweeping action to reduce its jail population in response to the pandemic.

  13. Police Tread Lightly as Pandemic Spreads U.S., March 22

    Facing sweeping new safety orders, a frightened public and health risks of close contact, many police departments have decided that, for now, less is more.

  14. Homes That Sold for Around $450,000 Real Estate, March 22

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  15. N.Y. Weighs Four Temporary Hospitals Sites, Including Javits Center New York, March 21

    Gov. Andrew Cuomo said one million face masks were being sent to hospitals in New York City and another 500,000 to Long Island.

  16. 1,200 Airport Workers in N.Y.C. Area Abruptly Laid Off With No Severance New York, March 21

    Amid the spreading pandemic, thousands of employees of businesses in the airports around New York City may have their benefits cut off.

  17. The War on Coronavirus Comes to Trump Properties Business, March 20

    Health restrictions have led to cutbacks at hotels and golf courses. But the swimming pool remains open at a Florida resort, and a New York golf course offers “fresh air” without caddies.

  18. They Fled Coronavirus in Europe. Border Agents Asked if They’d Visited China or Iran. Health, March 19

    Americans returning from Italy and Spain say border control officials didn’t screen them or tell them to isolate themselves.

  19. Coronavirus Ravages 7 Members of a Single Family, Killing 4 New York, March 18

    The matriarch of the large New Jersey family died Wednesday night without ever knowing that her two oldest children had died before her.

  20. Two Emergency Room Doctors Are in Critical Condition With Coronavirus U.S., March 15

    The hospitalizations sharpen fears that the nation’s front-line medical workers could be uniquely vulnerable, a health care organization said.

  21. Homes That Sold for Around $600,000 Real Estate, March 15

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  22. Panicked Shoppers Empty Shelves as Coronavirus Anxiety Rises New York, March 13

    The scene inside one crowded store: There was no chicken available, nor garbanzo beans or chips. Another had no flu or cold medicines.

  23. N.J. Transit’s Most Troubled Trains Are Older Than Many of the Riders New York, March 12

    The railroad will be stuck with passenger cars that were built in the 1970s for at least three more years.

  24. ‘Conscience’ Review: The Woman Who Stared Down the Red Scare Theater, March 11

    The hero of Joe DiPietro’s new comic drama is Margaret Chase Smith, a U.S. senator who had the rare courage to stand up to McCarthyism.

  25. St. Patrick’s Day Parade Postponed in N.Y.C.; Case Total Climbs New York, March 11

    Organizers chose to reschedule the Manhattan event to try to keep the coronavirus from spreading.

  26. Verona, N.J.: A Hilly Suburb Where You Can Stretch Your Budget Real Estate, March 11

    While surrounding areas have high taxes and bidding wars, residents say this Essex County township is a surprisingly affordable alternative.

  27. Living In ... Verona, N.J. Slideshow, March 11

    While surrounding areas have high taxes and bidding wars, residents say this Essex County township is a surprisingly affordable alternative.

  28. First Coronavirus Death in New Jersey: Yonkers Raceway Worker New York, March 10

    The 69-year-old man is believed to be the first person in the Northeast whose death was related to the virus.

  29. School Closings Over Coronavirus in New York and New Jersey Interactive, March 9

    Here is a growing list of public and private schools, as well as colleges and universities, that have suspended or altered classes in the local effort to curb the outbreak.

  30. His Reality Is a Mock Village Where Everybody Knows Him New York, March 9

    A complex in Livingston, N.J., is designed to help people with disabilities practice everyday activities like banking or shopping.

  31. Homes That Sold for Around $750,000 Real Estate, March 8

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  32. Coronavirus in N.Y.: Cuomo Declares State of Emergency New York, March 7

    The announcement came as the number of patients in New York rose to 89, including a Queens driver who worked for Uber.

  33. He Played With Charlie Parker. For $15 He’ll Play With You New York, March 6

    Barry Harris has been offering a weekly jazz workshop since the 1970s. Everybody’s welcome, but they’d better love bebop.

  34. Coronavirus in N.J.: A Second Positive Test in the State New York, March 5

    The first positive was a man, 32, who is in stable condition and isolated at a hospital in northern New Jersey, officials said.

  35. She Was Excited for a New School. Then the Anti-Semitic ‘Jokes’ Started. New York, March 4

    First, a deeply offensive photo. Three students’ college plans were soon derailed, and a community closed ranks.

  36. $1.7 Million Homes in Wisconsin, Arizona and New Jersey Real Estate, March 4

    A Tudor Revival home near Milwaukee, an adobe house in Scottsdale and a condominium in a 19th-century Jacobean-style estate in Princeton.

  37. What You Get for $1.7 Million Slideshow, March 4

    A Tudor Revival home near Milwaukee; an adobe house in Scottsdale, Ariz.; and a condo in a 19th-century Jacobean-style estate in Princeton, N.J.

  38. Former Barnard Student Accused of Killing Mother New York, March 1

    A 22-year-old was living at home in New Jersey, and her mother wanted her to return to college. The argument ended in murder, court documents say.

  39. Homes That Sold for Around $1 Million Real Estate, March 1

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.