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They Resisted Getting Vaccinated. Here’s Why They Changed Their Minds.

Then he learned he was subject to a mandate: City Hall had decided that staff at some after-school programs should…

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Homes That Sold for Around $1 Million

Each week, our survey of recent residential sales in New York City and the surrounding region focuses on homes that…

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Robert Durst has Covid, his lawyer says, and is on a ventilator.

The millionaire and former real estate mogul Robert A. Durst, 78, is on a ventilator in a Los Angeles hospital…

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Did You See That Video of the Subway Rat Hauling the Crab?

When Hurricane Ida struck New York last month, an incredible, terrifying scene occurred in the subway station at 28th and…

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Testimony at Lev Parnas Trial Offers Peek at His Place in Trump’s Orbit

Adam Laxalt was a Republican candidate for governor of Nevada in 2018 when he bumped into Rudolph W. Giuliani in…

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Adams Commits to Keeping Gifted and Talented, but Leaves Details Unclear

Mr. Adams has been clear throughout the campaign that he did not plan to get rid of the gifted and…

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Trump to Testify in Lawsuit Over Bodyguards’ 2015 Clash With Protesters

Former President Donald J. Trump is expected to testify on Monday at Trump Tower as part of a lawsuit brought…

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Enough With the Seltzer: The Booze-Free Cocktail Has Arrived

Douglas Watters opened Spirited Away, a dry store on the Lower East Side, last November. The summer before, he had…

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U.S. Charges Once-Rising Artist With Selling Raymond Pettibon Forgeries

In a message posted on Twitter two years ago, the artist Raymond Pettibon expressed his gratitude to two friends who…

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Eric Adams, New York City’s Likely New Mayor, Is Keeping a Low Profile

For decades, the Columbus Day Parade in New York City has been a must-stop destination for politicians and aspiring politicians…

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