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  1. Why They Stay. Why They Can’t: New York Catholics Wrestle With Their Faith Over Abuse Allegations Interactive, Yesterday

    We spoke to 10 New York City Catholics about their internal struggles amid the recent sexual abuse allegations. Their disparate internal struggles offer a window into the rich complexities of Catholicism in one of the most diverse cities in the wo...

  2. He Raised Legal Hell for 35 Years. Now He’s Back. Metro, Yesterday

    After imprisonment on tax charges, Stanley Cohen, a freewheeling radical lawyer, has Hamas on the phone and is on the job again.

  3. ‘Borderline’ Is Rigged, to Fantastic Effect Culture, Yesterday

    Wires suspend the dancers, and our disbelief, in this premiere by Company Wang Ramirez.

  4. 70-Year-Old Woman Found Dead, Her Throat Slashed, on Upper West Side Metro, Yesterday

    The police went to Susan Trott’s West End Avenue apartment after getting a call from a concerned business partner.

  5. Homes That Sold for Around $1,500,000 Real Estate, Yesterday

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  6. Dance Like Everybody’s Dancing Like No One’s Watching Metro, October 20

    A judgment-free look back at Mister Sunday, a generous, open-air party (with nonstop house music) on the border of Brooklyn and Queens.

  7. Stalking the Elusive Central Park Squirrel Insider, October 19

    I thought volunteering for New York’s squirrel census would be a walk in the park. I was wrong, kind of.

  8. Right to Know Is Now the Law. Here’s What That Means. Metro, October 19

    Police officers in New York City must provide more information to members of the public they interact with, and get consent for many searches.

  9. The Challenge With Prosecuting Newsweek’s Former Owner for Fraud: There Were No Losses Business, October 19

    The charges filed by the Manhattan district attorney’s office against two media companies raise a question: Can there be fraud if no money is lost?

  10. Finding a Better Bratwurst Food, October 19

    Good brats may not be easy to come by, but sausages, paired with sizzled apples and onions, are a perfect way to welcome the crisp days.

  11. Four Knockout Group Shows to See Now Arts, October 19

    From eight centuries of the art now called Surrealist to startling new takes on assemblage from Port-au-Prince, our critic finds a heady mix of old and modern, sex and politics in these powerhouse gallery shows.

  12. Founder of Proud Boys Says He’s Arranging Surrender of Men in Brawl Metro, October 19

    Two members have been arrested. Gavin McInnes, the group’s founder, said other members would soon be in custody.

  13. Cy Adler, Pied Piper of Manhattan’s Piers, Is Dead at 91 Obituaries, October 19

    Mr. Adler, an environmentalist, started the Great Saunter, an annual 32-mile walk that reawakens New York City residents to the greenbelt that encircles them.

  14. In New York, Every Day Is Hispanic Heritage Day Metropolitan, October 19

    Photographs in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month. Which, in New York City, is pretty much every day.

  15. In New York, Every Day Is Hispanic Heritage Day Metropolitan, October 19

    Photographs in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month. Which, in New York City, is pretty much every day.

  16. A Glimpse Behind Closed Doors Real Estate, October 19

    Some of New York City’s most sumptuous and meticulously designed homes are celebrated in a new book.

  17. 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.

  18. A Catalog of Unforgettable Interiors Slideshow, October 19

    “New York Splendor: The City’s Most Memorable Rooms” takes readers inside some of the Manhattan’s most remarkable private homes.

  19. New York Today: Mega Millions, Math and Manjul New York, October 19

    Friday: The arithmetic in everyday life, and an unusual task for voters.

  20. How George Motz, ‘America’s Hamburger Expert,’ Spends His Sundays New York, October 19

    It makes sense that Mr. Motz, who started the Food Film Festival, spends much of his time seeking out the best international meals in the city.

  21. Ladies and Gentlemen, Give It Up for, er ... Ben Stiller’s Sister! New York, October 19

    Amy Stiller, who is also the daughter of Stiller and Meara, is ‘the only non-famous person in a very famous family.’ Her one-woman show about her family may change that.

  22. There Goes the Sun Real Estate, October 19

    For some New York City apartment hunters, the amount of light a place gets is the deciding factor. Now there’s a way to tell without even visiting.

  23. First Proud Boys Member Is Arrested After Brawl, Police Say Express, October 19

    Geoffrey Young, 38, of New City, N.Y., was charged with rioting and attempted assault in connection with a fight outside the Metropolitan Republican Club in Manhattan on Oct. 12.

  24. 10 Dance Performances to See in N.Y.C. This Weekend Weekend, October 18

    Our guide to dance performances happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

  25. 8 Things to Do With Your Kids in N.Y.C. This Weekend Weekend, October 18

    Our guide to cultural events in New York City for children and teenagers happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

  26. 21 Art Exhibitions to View in N.Y.C. This Weekend Weekend, October 18

    Our guide to new art shows and some that will be closing soon.

  27. 15 Plays and Musicals to Go to in N.Y.C. This Weekend Weekend, October 18

    Previews, openings and some last-chance picks.

  28. 13 Pop, Rock and Jazz Concerts to Check Out in N.Y.C. This Weekend Weekend, October 18

    Our guide to pop and rock shows and the best of live jazz happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

  29. 5 Comedy Shows to Catch in N.Y.C. This Weekend Weekend, October 18

    Our guide to stand-up, improv and variety shows happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

  30. 10 Classical Music Concerts to See in N.Y.C. This Weekend Weekend, October 18

    Our guide to the city’s best classical music and opera happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

  31. 4 Film Series to Catch in N.Y.C. This Weekend Weekend, October 18

    Our guide to film series and special screenings.

  32. Your Beloved Space Was Replaced. Tell Us About It. Interactive, October 18

    Did you have favorite spot that was torn down or closed? Have you ever entered the building or place that replaced it? If so, share how you felt when you were there.

  33. Your Beloved Space Was Replaced. Tell Us About It. Interactive, October 18

    Did you have favorite spot that was torn down or closed? Have you ever entered the building or place that replaced it? If so, share how you felt when you were there.

  34. Where Chicago Trounces New York: Fixing Mass Transit Metro, October 18

    Chicago’s subway has also been plagued by crumbling tracks, antiquated signals and unreliable trains. Here is how it turned around.

  35. Sharing the Food of an Ivorian Childhood at Paradis des Gouts Food, October 18

    Cheick Cisse always hoped to reach those outside his immigrant community, so he opened this spot in Brooklyn, on the border of Bushwick and Bedford-Stuyvesant.

  36. A Taste of Ivory Coast in Brooklyn Slideshow, October 18

    Cheick Cisse, the owner of New Ivoire in Harlem, opened Paradis des Gouts hoping to share the food of his childhood with those outside his immigrant community.

  37. Will Trump Make New York Democrats the New Lords of Capitol Hill? Metro, October 18

    If the president’s unpopularity leads to Democrats taking back the House, New York stands to play a larger role in Washington than it has in decades.

  38. From F.D.R. to Serial Killers: New Books on New Yorkers Metropolitan, October 18

    There is some cozy reading in store for those who like to stay steeped in the city’s sociopolitical history, including tales of war heroes and mob bosses.

  39. Homes for Sale in Brooklyn, Queens and Manhattan Real Estate, October 18

    This week’s properties are on the Upper West Side, in Rego Park, Queens, and Prospect Heights, Brooklyn.

  40. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, October 18

    This week’s properties are on the Upper West Side, in Rego Park, Queens, and Prospect Heights, Brooklyn.

  41. Letting Louis C.K. Back Onstage Podcasts, October 18

    Who gets second chances in the #MeToo era, and who gets to decide?

  42. New York Today: Staying Safe in Car Services New York, October 18

    Thursday: What to do if you feel you’re in danger, and Tennis for Two.

  43. Aloft in Downtown Brooklyn Real Estate, October 18

    For a buyer looking to upgrade a tiny Greenwich Village one-bedroom, crossing the East River beat heading uptown.

  44. ‘Cavalier With the Truth’: Report Finds City Watchdog Abused Authority New York, October 17

    An independent inquiry found that Mark Peters made statements to investigators that were inconsistent with a recording made by a whistle-blower.

  45. Liberal Upper West Siders Get Their Revenge: Trump Place Sign Comes Down Metro, October 17

    Tenants at 200 Riverside Boulevard voted to remove the Trump brand from their building’s signage. A judge sided with their decision.

  46. Hurricane Michael Ravaged the Florida Panhandle. Will Residents Be Able to Vote? Politics, October 17

    More than 200,000 voters live in counties devastated by the storm. Officials are working to ensure they can vote in November, but damaged buildings and widespread power outages make that an uphill battle.

  47. Moving Youths From Rikers Letters, October 17

    The Fortune Society faults corrections officers at the Horizon Juvenile Center for using force to maintain control.

  48. New York Today: The Proud Boys and Politics Metro, October 17

    Wednesday: The political effects of a brawl, and an anniversary for the Red Steps.

  49. 400,000 New Yorkers Were Told Their Voter Registrations Were Inactive. Oops. Metro, October 16

    The city sent letters to 400,000 people telling them they were listed on voter rolls as inactive; many recipients feared a voter suppression scheme.

  50. Uber Driver Kidnapped and Groped Woman, Prosecutors Say. She Was Billed $1,047. Metro, October 16

    He drove the passenger, who fell asleep in his car, from New York to Connecticut and touched her breasts, prosecutors said. He then left her on Interstate 95.

  51. Proud Boys Founder: How He Went From Brooklyn Hipster to Far-Right Provocateur Metro, October 16

    A divisive figure for 20 years, Gavin McInnes is known not only for his brash far-right rhetoric, but also for the willingness of his followers to fight.

  52. Mario Buatta, Interior Designer and ‘Prince of Chintz,’ Dies at 82 Obits, October 16

    He made exuberant use of pillows, fringes, swags, tassels, bows and ruffles for a list of clients that included the famous as well as the merely rich.

  53. At Atomix, a Korean Restaurant Overflowing With Ideas Dining, October 16

    Dinner at Junghyun and Ellia Park’s tasting counter starts with Korean vocabulary lessons and moves on to explore cuisine and culture.

  54. Out of This World Slideshow, October 16

    Atomix, from the chef Junghyun Park, is warm, contemporary and Korean at just about every turn.

  55. Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions Business, October 16

    Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York City.

  56. New York Today: Flu Season Returns Metro, October 16

    Tuesday: Preparing for influenza, and “Germ City.”

  57. Police Seek 9 Proud Boys Supporters on Riot Charges After Brawls With Antifa Metro, October 15

    Police officials defended the department’s handling of Friday’s clashes between leftists and Gavin McInnes’s right-wing followers.

  58. Chelsea’s Baking Shop Finds a New Home Dining, October 15

    The daughters of the founder of the New York Cake Academy have moved the bakeware shop and baking school to a larger space.

  59. A ‘Sugar Date’ Gone Sour Styles, October 15

    In the fuzzy space between jobs and relationships, there’s a lot that can go wrong.

  60. A Menu That Roams Ecuador From Queens Dining, October 15

    At Rincón Melania, an airy, modern restaurant run by a family with roots in the Cañari tribe, every meal begins with tostado, a snack of roasted corn.

  61. Ecuadorean Food, From Coast to Highlands Slideshow, October 15

    The menu at Rincón Melania includes Ecuador’s national dish: encebollado, whose warmth softens the harder edges of the world.

  62. New York Today: Fall Culture Preview Metro, October 15

    Monday: What to see in this new season for the arts and Halloween-themed events.

  63. New Development in Crown Heights Slideshow, October 15

    Several new mid-sized apartment buildings are opening in this Brooklyn neighborhood better known for its many rowhouses.

  64. Crown Heights Mixes Old With New Real Estate, October 15

    The Brooklyn neighborhood is lined with rowhouses, but is now getting some new midsize apartment buildings.

  65. Newlyweds in Williamsburg, With Roommates Real Estate, October 15

    After a long-distance courtship, a couple decides on co-living to avoid the costs and difficulties of setting up their own apartment in Brooklyn.

  66. ‘A Woman on the Platform Said That Her Glasses Had Just Blown Off’ Metro, October 15

    A favorite hat falls onto the subway tracks, considering a violinist’s dexterity and other reader tales of New York City in this week’s Metropolitan Diary.

  67. He Wanted to Be an Informant. The F.B.I. Arrested Him Instead. Metro, October 15

    For years, Ali Kourani says he was a sleeper agent in New York for Hezbollah. He was arrested only after he tried to provide information to the bureau.

  68. Proud Boys Fight at G.O.P. Club Spurs Calls for Inquiry; Cuomo Blames Trump Metro, October 14

    Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo asked the F.B.I. and a State Police hate crimes unit to investigate clashes between far-right extremists and counterprotesters.

  69. Would You Want the Place Where You Were Married to Become a Jail? Metro, October 14

    New York City’s plan to close Rikers Island calls for putting 1,500 inmate beds in the building that houses the Manhattan Marriage Bureau — and moving the weddings out.

  70. The Bright Future and Grim Death of a Privileged Hollywood Daughter Metropolitan, October 14

    In her brief life, Lyric McHenry was blessed: a childhood in Beverly Hills, an elite education and a budding film career. In death, things were more complicated.

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

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  72. Museums Forced to Reassess Saudi Ties Amid Uproar Over Journalist’s Fate Culture, October 12

    Cultural institutions in the United States have welcomed relationships with Saudi Arabia to help build understanding and fund ambitious programs.

  73. A White Woman, Teresa Klein, Called the Police on a Black Child She Falsely Said Groped Her Metro, October 12

    The woman, who has become known as “Cornerstore Caroline,” claimed that a boy had touched her behind. She apologized after a video showed she was wrong.

  74. Cindy R. Lobel, Who Studied New York’s History Through Food, Dies at 48 Obits, October 12

    Professor Lobel was among the first historians to explore the economic and social elements of city life in the 19th century through the lens of eating.

  75. What Are the Consequences of Elon Musk’s S.E.C. Criticism? Business, October 12

    The Tesla chief executive’s tweets suggest that he may struggle to avoid violating securities laws in the future, which could bring a harsher punishment.

  76. Marie Antoinette’s Jewels Are Here. Now’s Your Chance to Try Them on. Metro, October 12

    Before she was beheaded, the queen’s diamonds and pearls were sent to Austria. Now they are on public display — for just a few days — at Sotheby’s.

  77. Republican Club Vandalized Before Visit by Gavin McInnes New York, October 12

    Windows were broken and anarchist symbols were left on the club’s doors in Manhattan before an appearance by Mr. McInnes, the founder of the right-wing group the Proud Boys.

  78. Expectations for the Subway Letters, October 12

    A rider seeks reasonable reforms, not a state-of-the-art overhaul.

  79. How Noorain Khan, of the Ford Foundation, Spends Her Sundays Metropolitan, October 12

    She calls her mother “10,000 times a day,” focuses on her volunteer efforts, and is “totally obsessed” with barre class at Physique 57.

  80. Another Old Croton Aqueduct Gatehouse Enters the Commercial Age Metropolitan, October 12

    The Department of Parks and Recreation, which has jurisdiction over 1894 landmark, is seeking a business to revitalize it.

  81. People, Places and Things to Know: Feminist Art That’s Also Furniture, Patterned Bags and More T Style, October 12

    T’s cultural compendium of what’s new.

  82. A Supermarket King Expands His Inventory Real Estate, October 12

    John Catsimatidis, known for owning Red Apple and Gristedes stores and running for mayor, has been busy building apartment towers in Brooklyn.

  83. Interior Design, Front and Center Real Estate, October 12

    Hiring a high-profile architect used to be all it took to sell a new building. But now buyers want to see the interiors fully designed, as well.

  84. Zaha Hadid’s Jewel in the Crown Real Estate, October 12

    The triplex penthouse in the Pritzker Prize-winning architect’s only Manhattan building is for sale. The price? Just $50 million.

  85. The $50 Million View from the Top Slideshow, October 12

    The architect Zaha Hadid, who died two years ago, was known for her expressive design. Now the penthouse in her only New York building is for sale.

  86. New York Today: Hurricane Michael Effects Metro, October 12

    Friday: Stormy weather and a shade analysis of your apartment.

  87. Shifting the Focus to Interiors Slideshow, October 12

    Developers are increasingly turning to high-end interior designers to help their buildings stand out in a crowded field.

  88. Can Charging Drivers Really Solve the Subway Crisis? Metro, October 12

    The subway’s leader, Andy Byford, says he needs $40 billion to fix the system. Congestion pricing could help pay for his plan, but it won’t cover the entire tab.

  89. Cats v. Rats? In New York, the Rats Win Science, October 12

    At a recycling plant in Brooklyn, fat, stealthy rats were more than a match for feral cats, scientists found.

  90. Arrest in Deadly Vendetta Against Mob Figure Only Thickens the Plot Metro, October 11

    A Brooklyn man is accused of running a murder-for-hire scheme targeted at two reputed Bonanno family associates. His patron remains a mystery.

  91. Bonuses of Up to $8,000 to Teach in Struggling New York Schools Metro, October 11

    The new contract between the teachers’ union and the city is aimed at schools that have a hard time keeping teachers.

  92. Natan Wekselbaum, 83, Dies; Built a Cornucopia of Housewares Obits, October 11

    A Cuban immigrant, he and his brother started a tiny hardware store on the Upper East Side that grew into the sprawling Gracious Home emporium.

  93. 9 Dance Performances to See in N.Y.C. This Weekend Weekend, October 11

    Our guide to dance performances happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

  94. 8 Things to Do With Your Kids in N.Y.C. This Weekend Weekend, October 11

    Our guide to cultural events in New York City for children and teenagers happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

  95. 21 Art Exhibitions to View in N.Y.C. This Weekend Weekend, October 11

    Our guide to new art shows and some that will be closing soon.

  96. 8 Classical Music Concerts to See in N.Y.C. This Weekend Weekend, October 11

    Our guide to the city’s best classical music and opera happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

  97. 16 Plays and Musicals to Go to in N.Y.C. This Weekend Weekend, October 11

    Previews, openings and some last-chance picks.

  98. 13 Pop, Rock and Jazz Concerts to Check Out in N.Y.C. This Weekend Weekend, October 11

    Our guide to pop and rock shows and the best of live jazz happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

  99. 4 Film Series to Catch in N.Y.C. This Weekend Weekend, October 11

    Our guide to film series and special screenings.

  100. 5 Comedy Shows to Catch in N.Y.C. This Weekend Weekend, October 11

    Our guide to stand-up, improv and variety shows happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

  101. Donald E. Moore, Who Expanded Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Dies at 90 Obits, October 11

    As the garden’s president in the 1980s, he doubled its indoor exhibition space, tripled the membership and raised funds for the Steinhardt Conservatory.

  102. Chief Watchdog Misused Power and Punished Whistle-Blowers, Inquiry Finds Metro, October 11

    An independent inquiry concluded that New York City’s investigation commissioner, Mark Peters, wrongly seized an agency that polices school misconduct.

  103. Prescriptions for Millions of Opioid Pills Lead to Charges Against 5 Doctors Metro, October 11

    Outside a Staten Island doctor’s office, long lines of people stood at all hours of the night, seeking oxycodone prescriptions, the authorities said.

  104. Harvey Weinstein Gets One Sexual Assault Charge Dismissed Metro, October 11

    The charge against the powerful film producer was dropped after prosecutors discovered evidence casting doubt on one woman’s story. Five charges remain.

  105. A Luxury Rental in Midtown From a Low-Key Landlord Real Estate, October 11

    A new 42-story rental near the United Nations will be the first Manhattan tower built from scratch by Lloyd M. Goldman, a national landlord.

  106. Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan Real Estate, October 11

    This week’s properties include homes in Chelsea, Greenwich Village and Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn.

  107. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, October 11

    This week’s properties are in Greenwich Village, Chelsea and Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn.

  108. 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.

  109. New York Today: How to Register to Vote Metro, October 11

    Thursday: A deadline to register and an abundance of food festivals.

  110. Goodbye Silicon Valley, Hello East Village Real Estate, October 11

    Frequent working trips to New York convinced a couple of Facebook employees to leave the West Coast for the East.

  111. An Activist Ambushed de Blasio at His Gym. She Raised a Good Point. Metropolitan, October 11

    The mayor’s record on fixing homelessness is better than expected — and not nearly good enough.

  112. This is 18 Around the World — Through Girls’ Eyes Interactive, October 11

    What does life look like for girls turning 18 in 2018? We gave young women photographers around the world an assignment: Show us 18 in your community. This is 18 — through girls’ eyes.

  113. Hasidic Man Convicted of Beating Black Student Gets Verdict Overturned Metro, October 10

    In a rare ruling, a panel found there was not enough evidence to convict Mayer Herskovic of assaulting a young black man — or to charge him in the first place.

  114. ‘Like Seeing Noah’s Ark on a Sunday Morning’ Metropolitan, October 10

    The annual blessing of the animals at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine brought theological questions and a large sea turtle. But this year, no elephant.

  115. Spiritual Leader Raped 2 Women During Ceremonies, Prosecutors Say Metro, October 10

    A man linked to the Psychic Kaballah Network is charged with luring women for spiritual readings in Brooklyn, and then drugging and raping them.

  116. Is 10 Corso Como a Fish Out of Water? Styles, October 10

    At the South Street Seaport outpost of the pioneering Italian concept shop, clothes are only part of a rich life.

  117. This Is What Gentrification in Brooklyn Sounds Like Culture, October 10

    “Place,” a meditation on social and personal change, was made by the composer Ted Hearne, the poet Saul Williams and the director Patricia McGregor.

  118. After Hints of a Presidential Run, Bloomberg Switches to Democrat Metro, October 10

    Michael Bloomberg has rejoined the party he abandoned to launch his political career in 2001, when he became the Republican mayor of New York City.

  119. Lessons in a Water Bottle Letters, October 10

    Eric Adams, the Brooklyn borough president, calls for funding sustainability coordinators in the public schools.

  120. New York Today: Improving N.J. Transit New York, October 10

    Wednesday: A road map for better service and anti-immigrant posters in Queens.

  121. Ozone Park, Queens: A Congenial Area Welcomes a New Wave of Residents Real Estate, October 10

    In the past decade, the neighborhood has seen a “tremendous transformation,” with new developments and an increasingly diverse population.

  122. Living In ... Ozone Park, Queens Slideshow, October 10

    In the past decade, the neighborhood has seen a “tremendous transformation,” with new developments and an increasingly diverse population.

  123. At Zauo, Diners Can Catch Their Own Dinners Dining, October 9

    Masa Takayama updates his TriBeCa space, an Instagram-focused pasta restaurant and more restaurant news.

  124. At Danny Meyer’s Manhatta, Only the View Tries to Dazzle Dining, October 9

    This new French restaurant on the 60th floor of a financial district skyscraper strikes a surprisingly modest tone.

  125. Binoculars With a Side of Quenelles Slideshow, October 9

    Danny Meyer’s latest project, Manhatta, is a French restaurant on the 60th floor of a downtown skyscraper.

  126. Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions Business, October 9

    Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York City.

  127. Nothing but Gnocchi Dining, October 9

    Patavini, an Italian manufacturer, brings its tender potato dumplings to New York.

  128. Morgenstern’s Opens a New Flagship Dining, October 9

    The store, two really, offers composed desserts along with 88 flavors of ice cream.

  129. New York Today: Why Don’t We Wear Seatbelts? Metro, October 9

    Tuesday: Seatbelt safety and the nations that make up the Yankees.

  130. Sarah Jessica Parker: Shopgirl Styles, October 9

    On any given afternoon, the actress may be found working the floor at her new shoe boutique.

  131. Retired Police Officer Is Attacked and Wife, 71, Is Sexually Assaulted in Brooklyn Home Invasion Express, October 8

    The police are seeking three men who they said attacked the couple, stole a car and fled the scene. A firearm from the home was also missing.

  132. As Storms Keep Coming, FEMA Spends Billions in ‘Cycle’ of Damage and Repair Investigative, October 8

    FEMA has paid out billions for disaster recovery efforts. But many projects seem to be undertaken in defiance of climate change, leaving structures nearly as vulnerable as before.

  133. New York Today: Details About Deadly Limo Crash Metro, October 8

    Monday: A deadly crash in upstate New York and naming a Brooklyn bird.

  134. ‘As I Waited at the Corner for the Light to Change, I Stepped Into the Sliver of Shade’ Metro, October 8

    Trying to dodge the sun on the way to the Kings Highway subway station, a Zumba class in Queens and more reader tales from this week’s Metropolitan Diary.

  135. Uber Driver’s Death Marks Seventh For-Hire Driver Suicide Within a Year Metro, October 7

    Both yellow cab and ride-hail drivers have complained about financial hardships as ride-sharing vehicles have crowded the industry. That frustration could be felt at a driver’s vigil.

  136. 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.

  137. The Police Wanted to Talk to Him After His Daughter Died, but He Plunged to His Death Metro, October 7

    The police were looking for Mohammed Reza Torabi after his daughter was fatally beaten. Then he jumped off the roof of a hotel in Manhattan.

  138. Where Some New Yorkers Get Their First Times Byline Insider, October 7

    For 40 years, New Yorkers — past, present and would-be — have prized Metropolitan Diary for the dose it provides of the city they love.

  139. A 12th Century Relic Meets a 21st Century Technology Metro, October 7

    Curators enlisted a drone to survey damage to the Fuentidueña apse, which dates to the 12th century, at the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Cloisters in Northern Manhattan.

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

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  141. De Blasio Dismisses Activist: ‘I’m in the Middle of Doing My Workout’ Video, October 6

    Nathylin Flowers Adesegun confronted the mayor about his affordable housing plan while he was working out at the Y.M.C.A in Park Slope, Brooklyn, on Friday.

  142. De Blasio Rebuffs Question on Homelessness: ‘I’m in the Middle of a Workout’ Metro, October 6

    An activist, 72, was recorded confronting Mayor Bill de Blasio about his affordable housing plan as he stretched at a gym in Brooklyn on Friday morning.

  143. A Place I Could Call My Own Styles, October 6

    On growing up in the Bronx, and never truly leaving it.

  144. Why Count All the Squirrels in Central Park? Why the Heck Not Metro, October 6

    The team behind the park’s census of Eastern grays say an accurate tally is possible despite the critters’, well, squirrelish ways.

  145. Brooklyn Heights Is Fighting Robert Moses Again Metropolitan, October 5

    The need for massive repairs on the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway raises a fundamental question: Aren’t city planners supposed to plan ahead?

  146. Time to Install Subway Gates Letters, October 5

    An injury control researcher at N.Y.U. suggests a way to deter platform jumpers.

  147. Ghetto Film School Trains Its Lens on Hollywood’s Diversity Problem Sunday Business, October 5

    As the entertainment industry clamors for underrepresented voices, a small but thriving program has become a pipeline for the next generation of talent.

  148. Russian Oligarch Transfers $92.3 Million in Manhattan Property Real Estate, October 5

    The closing was part of an apparent property settlement between Roman Abramovich and his third wife. Other September transactions included a $42 million sale at One57.

  149. New York’s New Strollervilles Real Estate, October 5

    In search of affordable housing, young families are putting down roots in places like Sunset Park in Brooklyn and Morris Park in the Bronx.

  150. New York Today: Changes Coming to Kennedy Airport Metro, October 5

    Friday: A lengthy, pricey, much-needed makeover for J.F.K., and a reminder about voting.