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All over New York City, bagel makers say, a schmear shortage is threatening one of the most treasured local delicacies: a fresh bagel with cream cheese.

A New Jersey military base is the only site accepting new Afghan arrivals from overseas. It holds more evacuees than any other U.S. safe haven.

The Justice Department opened an inquiry into reports of sexual harassment and retaliation in the former Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo's administration.

Rabbi Arthur Schneier abruptly fired Rabbi Benjamin Goldschmidt from Park East Synagogue, and long-simmering tensions publicly exploded in a way rabbinic rivalries rarely do.

Outdoor installations like the elaborate illuminations at Brooklyn Botanic Garden are perfect for this second pandemic winter.

Joseph Gordon has been locked up for nearly 30 years. A model inmate, he is eligible for parole — but only if he expresses remorse for a crime he says he did not commit.

CNN has fired Chris Cuomo on Saturday following the network’s investigation into his efforts to help his brother, Andrew Cuomo, fight off multiple sexual harassment allegations.

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Our journalists report on the center of the coronavirus outbreak in New York City: Elmhurst Hospital in Queens

A Black man died of suffocation in Rochester, N.Y., after police officers who were taking him into custody put a hood over his head and then pressed his face into the pavement for two minutes, according to video and records released Wednesday

After an anonymous tip, 17 bodies were found at a nursing home in New Jersey

E. Jean Carroll, a writer, has asked a judge to reject the Justice Department's move to intervene in her lawsuit against the president, whom she has accused of rape

Fresh Kills Landfill was an ecological “hellhole” in Staten Island. The solution? Do nothing for 20 years.

Rodents are among New York’s permanent features. But across the city, one hears the same thing: They are running amok like never before.

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