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  1. Candidates Who Can Help Take Back the House Editorial, October 20

    Democrats in six races in New York and New Jersey can see their party restore good sense in Congress.

  2. ‘The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill’ Kids, 20 Years Later Interactive, October 19

    A room full of children, one teacher and a conversation about love. Lauryn Hill’s debut solo album was filled with memorable interludes. Here’s what six of those voices have to say now.

  3. ‘Gold Mine’: Why New Jersey Is Suddenly Challenging Nevada as a Sports Betting Hub New York, October 19

    A total of $336.6 million has been wagered on sports in New Jersey since sports betting became legal in June. Could the Garden State challenge Nevada for sports betting supremacy?

  4. With a Hollywood Stunt, Cuomo Tries to Push Trump on Rail Tunnel Metro, October 19

    Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo toured an old tube under the Hudson River with a film crew, hoping that a video will move the president to support a new $11 billion tunnel.

  5. Homes for Sale in New York and New Jersey Real Estate, October 18

    This week’s properties include a six-bedroom house in Hopewell, N.J. and a five-bedroom in Lloyd Neck, N.Y.

  6. On the Market in the New York Region Slideshow, October 18

    This week’s properties are in Lloyd Neck, N.Y. and Hopewell, N.J.

  7. Bruce Springsteen Shared His Memories of the Stone Pony. Now It’s Your Turn. New York, October 17

    The Times wants to hear from readers who have visited the music venue. What made the Stone Pony such a thrill?

  8. Letter of Recommendation: Bandannas Magazine, October 17

    Wearing a bandanna is like flying a flag — one that can mean almost anything you like.

  9. Middletown, N.J.: Plenty of Space, and a Slower Pace Real Estate, October 17

    Despite a wide range of housing options (and prices) and easy access to beaches and the city, Middletown is often overlooked. But residents like that.

  10. Living In ... Middletown, N.J. Slideshow, October 17

    Despite a range of housing options (and prices) and easy access to beaches and the city, the township is often overlooked. But residents like that.

  11. Fact Check: Did Senator Menendez Hire Underage Prostitutes? Metro, October 17

    The most recent ad from Bob Hugin, Robert Menendez’s Republican rival in the New Jersey race, focuses on unproven allegations by an anonymous tipster.

  12. Bruce Springsteen on the Stone Pony: ‘Just a Very Down-Home Place’ Metro, October 17

    The Times interviewed The Boss for its oral history of the Asbury Park music venue. Here’s everything he said.

  13. The House Springsteen Built: An Oral History of the Stone Pony Interactive, October 17

    How the iconic rock club — where Bruce Springsteen found a home and others got their start — weathered the tumultuous history of one of New Jersey’s most storied shore towns.

  14. Every Democrat Outraised a G.O.P. Incumbent in 14 New York and New Jersey House Races Metro, October 16

    All of the Democrats running to unseat a Republican House member in New York or New Jersey outraised their opponents in the last three months.

  15. Finding Lost Apples and Reviving a Beloved Cider Dining, October 15

    George Washington was among the many fans of Newark cider, a long-missing treat now being recreated by a former ad man on a mission.

  16. N.J. Governor Orders Inquiry Into Hiring of Top Official Accused of Sexual Assault Metro, October 15

    The investigation comes after Katie Brennan, the woman accusing the official, spoke out in her first public comments.

  17. Homes That Sold for Around $450,000 Real Estate, October 14

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  18. New Jersey Governor’s Inner Circle Roiled by Sexual Assault Allegations Against Top Official Metro, October 11

    Top Republicans in the state are calling for hearings into allegations that a senior official in the Murphy administration was the subject of a criminal sexual conduct investigation.

  19. September’s Most Popular Properties Real Estate, October 11

    The most-viewed properties for the month of September ranged from a vacant Florida lot asking just $169,000 to a Harlem townhouse listed for almost $4 million.

  20. 5 Ways N.J. Transit Is Failing Commuters Metro, October 9

    An audit of the transit agency, ordered by Gov. Philip D. Murphy, found a lack of any strategic vision and long list of other problems.

  21. Thousands of Voters Received Ballots With Errors. (But They’ll Still Count.) Politics, October 9

    A county in New Jersey sent out “a large percentage” of mail ballots with erroneous address information. The county clerk said it would accept all ballots.

  22. A Food Hall in Ma Bell’s Shadow Dining, October 9

    It’s off the beaten path, but the Bell Market at Bell Works has plenty of food offerings in a striking setting.

  23. Why New Jersey Democrats Are Suddenly Worried About the Menendez Race Metro, October 7

    Activists and Democratic officials in New Jersey are growing worried that the national party is taking its eye off an unexpectedly contested race.

  24. Wall Street Is Booming Under Trump. But Many of Its Donors Are Embracing Democrats. Politics, October 7

    The financial community is on pace to give more money to Democratic congressional candidates and incumbents than their Republican counterparts.

  25. Homes That Sold for Around $600,000 Real Estate, October 7

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  26. Robert Pinsky: Patriotism for an Age of Unreason Op Ed, October 5

    When things are headed in the wrong direction, it’s good to remember who truly loves their country.

  27. New Jersey Transit Riders Get Glimpse of How Their Commute Could Get Worse Metro, October 5

    A derailment briefly closed down train service under the Hudson River, the type of disruption that transit advocates warn could cripple the Northeast if the tunnel closed for extensive repairs.

  28. N.J. Transit Train Derails, Causing Widespread Commuting Delays Metro, October 4

    A train leaving Pennsylvania Station derailed at 6:20 p.m. as it was entering a tunnel under the Hudson River. There were no reported injuries, but plenty of commuting headaches.

  29. Dave Anderson: Colleague, Friend, Role Model Sports, October 4

    They say he was the last reporter to leave Ebbets Field. More than three decades later, he got a tip about blackjack, Michael Jordan and Atlantic City during the playoffs.

  30. Cuomo’s $13 Billion Solution to the Mess That Is J.F.K. Airport Metro, October 4

    Airlines will build two new terminals that will help make Kennedy International “one of the finest airports in the world,” Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo said.

  31. Trump Tax Law Is Back to Haunt House Republicans in Key Races Metro, October 4

    The House vote making the tax law permanent, including the SALT cap, has given Democrats a hot-button issue for close races around the country.

  32. $2.5 Million Homes in Illinois, New Jersey and Arizona Real Estate, October 3

    An 1886 house in Chicago, a Frank Lloyd Wright-style home in Princeton and an elaborately embellished hacienda in a suburb of Phoenix.

  33. What You Get for $2.5 Million Slideshow, October 3

    An 1886 house in Chicago; a Frank Lloyd Wright-style home in Princeton, N.J.; and an elaborately embellished hacienda in Paradise Valley, Ariz.

  34. Bayonne, N.J.: Grit Gives Way to Luxury, and Skee-Ball Real Estate, October 3

    The former manufacturing hub, once home to a massive Standard Oil refinery, is recasting itself as a bedroom community.

  35. Living In ... Bayonne, N.J. Slideshow, October 3

    The former manufacturing hub, once home to a massive Standard Oil refinery, is recasting itself as a bedroom community.

  36. With $500 Million, New Jersey Wants to Invest in Your Start-Up Metro, October 1

    As part of his plan to reshape the economy of New Jersey, Gov. Philip D. Murphy wants the state to play the role of venture capitalist to lure start-up companies to the state.

  37. Homes That Sold for Around $750,000 Real Estate, September 30

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  38. Vulnerable New Jersey Republican Defends Kavanaugh, Jolting Race Metro, September 28

    Representative Leonard Lance, a Republican, was heard on a recording saying “I tend not to believe the charges” against Brett M. Kavanaugh. Mr. Lance said his comments were taken out of context.

  39. Top Minimum Wage in U.S., $19, Approved for New York’s Airport Workers Metro, September 27

    The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey approved a series of annual increases that will lift the minimum wage for airport workers to $19 an hour.

  40. Caldwell, N.J.: Reasonably Priced, With a Reasonable Commute Real Estate, September 26

    A “nice little town” with a walkable shopping district, Caldwell offers an appealing alternative to pricier areas nearby.

  41. Living In ... Caldwell, N.J. Slideshow, September 26

    A “nice little town” with a walkable shopping district, Caldwell offers an appealing alternative to pricier areas nearby.

  42. Flash Flooding in Connecticut, New Jersey and New York Turns Roads Into Rivers Metro, September 25

    More than six inches of rain fell in Connecticut, and parts of New York and New Jersey were hit with four inches, keeping rescue workers busy.

  43. Take a Look at How Quickly a Forest Can Recover From Fire Metro, September 25

    Though it appears destructive, fire in the New Jersey Pinelands is a force of renewal.

  44. Why Cory (Not-Running-for-Anything) Booker Is Stumping Nonstop in New Jersey Metro, September 25

    Senator Cory Booker, who has found himself increasingly on the national stage, has been crisscrossing his home state to stump for Congressional candidates.

  45. A G.O.P. Senate Candidate Highlights His Drug Industry Career. Should He? Metro, September 24

    The race for Senator Robert Menendez’s seat has proved competitive in deeply blue New Jersey. His Republican opponent, Bob Hugin, built his career in the pharmaceutical industry.

  46. Homes That Sold for Around $1,000,000 Real Estate, September 23

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  47. Campaign Sign for New Jersey Congressman Vandalized With Swastikas and Racist Graffiti Express, September 22

    Swastikas, racial epithets and profanity were scrawled across a campaign banner for Representative Josh Gottheimer and the home of a supporter who had put the sign on his lawn.

  48. From Bobbi Brown, a Boutique Hotel in New Jersey Travel, September 22

    The cosmetics entrepreneur and her husband have opened The George in suburban Montclair. The hotel is modern (though the building dates to 1902), friendly and fun.