Mutual aid groups are evolving into a long-term effort to help with food, clothing and counseling. “It’s about building the world we want to see,” one volunteer said.
After three women accused Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo of sexual harassment, some candidates called for an investigation, and others, resignation.
The feud between Mayor Bill de Blasio and Gov. Andrew Cuomo has hurt New York City, but Mr. Cuomo’s recent troubles may alter the dynamic for the next mayor.
The pandemic has prompted some builders to reconsider open plan apartments to include an entry space, a de facto “airlock” between the outside world and the rest of the apartment.
I spent my life covering wars, but this battle was fought at home.
After drawing praise for his leadership early in the pandemic, the governor is embroiled in several scandals.
Eric Adams, the Brooklyn borough president, and Ray McGuire, a former Citi executive, have become fast rivals in the New York City mayoral race.
The governor acknowledged that “some of the things I have said have been misinterpreted as an unwanted flirtation.”
Several major candidates called for an investigation into Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, as two Republicans vied for key endorsements.
Cutting corners while making lattes, an unusual offer and more reader tales of New York City in this week’s Metropolitan Diary.
Ms. Porter, a New York City native, will be the first Black woman to run the city’s sprawling school system.
His departure, planned for mid-March, comes after repeated clashes with Mayor Bill de Blasio over desegregating the city’s schools.
The owners sought to replace the name at the pinnacle of the tower with the building’s address, but relented in the face of community opposition.
Officials announced plans to create 10 outdoor spaces for pandemic-era performances and rehearsals, and to work with blood drives and food banks.
The number of people testing positive is dropping slowly, but new variants and a relatively slow vaccination rate threaten progress.
Hate crimes involving Asian-American victims soared in New York City last year. “I just wish these incidents would stop,” said one woman who was spat on while riding the subway.
Her Bloomingdale Family Program provided preschoolers with a haven where there hadn’t been one before. It became a model for similar efforts under Lyndon Johnson’s War on Poverty.
Cases have fallen more slowly in New York City than nationwide, and highly contagious variants are causing concern.
The New York State comptroller’s office details the effects of the pandemic’s devastation and says a full recovery would be made only with government assistance.
Lindsey Boylan, once a special adviser to the governor, detailed several unsettling episodes in a new essay.
Food can be a unifying or divisive factor in New York City politics, with people taking sides on pizza slices, deli choices and utensil selection.
The variant contains a mutation thought to help the virus dodge the immune system, scientists said.
The rampage on the A train line reflected a convergence of crises — homelessness and mental illness — in a desolate subway system.
As we listlessly hoist our home dumbbells, let’s take a deep breath and reflect on a lost epicenter of New York City fitness culture.
An early 20th-century house in San Francisco, a one-bedroom condo on Central Park West in Manhattan and a four-bedroom home in Nashville.
None of the officers involved in the death of a Black man in Rochester has been charged with a crime.
The pandemic has spawned an enormous wave of items tossed out on New York City’s streets — including kitchen sinks, a Korean wedding chest and even a Tiffany bracelet.
Prosecutors face the herculean task of combing through terabytes of data for evidence of possible crimes by the former president’s business.
At first, it was mutual frustration vented through chaotic late-night texts. But it didn’t stay that way.
Coronavirus cases are declining in the state, but uncertainties remain about new dangers and the pace of vaccination.
A former City Council speaker decides not to run, and a current city comptroller becomes the first leading candidate to get the coronavirus vaccine.
The musician Jon Batiste led a band through the Javits Center to begin half a year of unannounced performances throughout the state.
Too often, attention to nonwhite groups is only as pressing as the injuries that they have suffered.
Running late to work, quarters to spare should an emergency arise and more reader tales of New York City in this week’s Metropolitan Diary.
The endorsement by Local 1199 of the Service Employees International Union is a major win for Ms. Wiley. The union was a key early supporter of Bill de Blasio in another crowded mayor’s race in 2013.
They’re committed not just to securing better meals for everyone, but to dismantling the very structures that have long exploited both workers and consumers.
New York City is again allowing indoor dining at 25 percent capacity, but the policy is no panacea for the struggling restaurant industry.
New York Fashion Week happened. There were few global names, but still lots to look at.
Groups representing big business are already working to influence the contest, while a new organization hopes to push the crowded field of candidates to the left.
Transit officials announced that major cuts to service would be avoided through 2022. But the agency still faces a substantial deficit over the next four years.
Cicely Tyson, who died in January, was famous all over the world. But her heart was at home, in Harlem.
As a Black lawyer she protested a racial slur during a bar association speech after forging a trail as a federal prosecutor in Manhattan. She died of Covid-19.
Transit officials are expected to announce on Thursday that they will not slash bus or subway service through 2022.
Lawmakers are moving to strip the governor of pandemic emergency powers in a repercussion from how the deaths were counted.
Data shows wealthier neighborhoods with more white residents received doses at much higher rates than low-income communities of color.
To capture New York’s food scene in these times, I’ve adapted to many roles. But the essence of my job remains the same: hunting for a good meal.
A federal court ruling moves New York City closer to releasing a vast trove of records regarding police misconduct, a major milestone in a decades-long fight.
Mr. Johnson, the New York City Council speaker, said he expected to decide in the next two weeks whether to run to be the city’s fiscal watchdog.
At dozens of microbakeries in apartment kitchens, laid-off chefs are flexing their creativity to meet the city’s demand for cheer and calories.
Ms. Cooper, a white woman, called 911 on the bird-watcher in Central Park. Prosecutors asked a judge to drop the charges after she finished an education program about racial bias.