A new, privately funded program offers families in poverty a steady stream of cash.
Reaction to the hostage siege in Colleyville, Texas. Also: Glass barriers in the subway; the Bronx fire; Democrats’ task; vote counting and the V.P.
Mr. de Blasio, the former New York City mayor, had signaled for months that he planned to run for governor, but he faced long odds in a crowded Democratic primary.
The mayor, who made improving public safety a theme of his campaign, is dealing with the fallout from a high-profile death in Times Square.
New York is paying a price for Wall Street’s economic dominance.
We talked to New Yorkers at stations in Queens, Brooklyn and Manhattan. Their experiences riding the subway hint at the barriers to drawing back those who are not.
Without hard rules about employees who test positive, owners and workers are weighing safety against finances, and not always agreeing on the answer.
Chivalry on wheels, a cloudless day on the B.Q.E. and more reader tales of New York City in this week’s Metropolitan Diary.
The outage in a platform used by teachers and students has caused another disruption for a system that has had its share amid the pandemic.
Each household in the high-rise where 17 people died will get financial relief in the form of $2,250 in prepaid debit cards, Mayor Eric Adams said.
The employee, Kristal Bayron-Nieves, was killed on Sunday when the store was robbed. The police said on Friday that a 30-year-old man was charged with the murder.
He helped introduce New Yorkers to the breadth of Chinese regional food with a series of top-rated Manhattan restaurants in the 1970s and ’80s.
He was a pioneer — in the transitional sense.
‘There’s more uncertainty than usual,’ one forecaster said.
The moratorium’s end presents Gov. Kathy Hochul with a potential challenge as she prepares to run for a full term.
Eric Adams has reversed some measures enacted to regain control over the crisis at Rikers Island, in an early victory for the correction officers’ unions. —
Tales of New Yorkers singing together, getting impromptu architecture lessons and making new friends.
In parts of the Northeast, it seems to be.
Videos obtained by The New York Times reveal scenes of violence as the Department of Correction struggles to restore order in the jail system.
Abdoulie Touray is believed to have been the first Gambian to move into 333 E. 181st Street. He drew scores of compatriots to the building where 17 died in a fire.
Richard K. Rein’s book tells the story of William H. Whyte, a sociologist who wrote “The Organization Man” and helped to rethink how cities look and feel.
Amid concerns of nepotism, Bernard Adams will be executive director of mayoral security, not deputy police commissioner. He will earn $210,000.
The comedian and journalist Jeff Seal takes to the streets to rally support for a little-known bill that would protect millions of New Yorkers from unjust evictions. But a powerful lobby stands in its way.
Detainees in one jail at the Rikers Island complex are refusing to eat Correction Department meals.
We look at Omicron’s toll in New York and Seattle, two cities with timely data.
During his first week in office, the mayor focused on keeping schools open. Then on Sunday, he was faced with devastating loss of life in the Bronx.
Nine children were among those who died when a space heater malfunctioned in a Bronx apartment building, city officials said.
Starting next year, 800,000 legal permanent residents will be eligible to vote in municipal elections.
Dorothy Mae Adams-Streeter posed for a portrait at her 75th birthday party. Her image, floating in a brandy snifter, has a powerful resonance.
Trouble getting out the door on a Sunday, a Crosby Street crowd and more reader tales of New York City in this week’s Metropolitan Diary.
Yao Pan Ma was hospitalized in April after he was pushed to the ground and kicked in the head in East Harlem. He died on Dec. 31, the police said.
Annie Hamilton may be the most well-known, unknown actor in New York.
A memo by New York City’s new police leader sharply questioned Manhattan’s new district attorney over his strategy for prosecuting crime.
In addition to naloxone, a medication used to reverse opioid overdoses, the machines will distribute free syringes, toiletries and safe-sex kits.
The current spike in coronavirus cases appears to be less deadly than earlier waves, but some safety-net hospitals are still being severely strained.
Two dozen interviews with parents, educators and students revealed a range of opinions about whether schools should remain open. But most said the return to classrooms had been bumpy.
Philip Banks III, who resigned from the Police Department while under federal investigation, announced his own appointment in a newspaper opinion piece.
After losing her sister to the disease, Jona Tajonera wanted to help others. Now, she operates up to 20 testing sites across the city.
Eric Adams begins his term selling us on style — the alpha public servant, efficient and full of brash confidence.
As the subway tries to lure back riders, Mayor Eric Adams said that officers would more regularly patrol stations and trains.
Clifton Mooney came to New York to be a Covid nurse. After hours, he embraced life by taking intimate pictures of his friends.
With the death of Ruth Willig at 98, a Times series on a set of the oldest New Yorkers — chronicled over seven years in 21 articles — offers their lessons on living with loss.
With coronavirus cases surging, about 21 percent of subway operators and conductors were absent this week, leading transit officials to suspend three lines and change schedules on others.
Alvin Bragg has told prosecutors in his office to seek jail or prison time for only the most serious crimes, unless the law requires otherwise.
A new study adds to evidence that common rapid tests may fail to detect some Omicron cases in the first days of infection.
Ms. Adams will preside over the most diverse City Council in history as New York looks to recover from the pandemic. She already faces several looming battles with the mayor.
Mayor Eric Adams wants to recreate the department’s plainclothes anti-crime unit, which recovered illegal guns but was responsible for a number of fatal shootings.
Times reporters writing about the most recent surge would like to hear from people who were hospitalized with Covid-19 in the last two weeks.