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(by Nicole Hong for The New York Times 4 hours ago)
He bribed a government employee in 1994 so that he could obtain a fake ID for the singer Aaliyah, a person familiar with the matter said.
(by Sheryl Gay Stolberg for The New York Times 4 hours ago)
Nine months ago, the speaker said President Trump was “just not worth it.” Then she saw an explosive headline.
(by Selim Algar for The New York Post 6 hours ago)
The situation grew so tense at one point that police were called to finally quell the throng and convince them to disperse.
(by Bernadette Hogan for The New York Post 8 hours ago)
Starting in 2022, all sales of the French delicacy will be illegal, with violators facing up to $2,000 in penalties.
(by Maggie Haberman and Nicholas Fandos for The New York Times 10 hours ago)
The impeachment report shows that the president’s personal lawyer was in frequent contact with the White House at key moments in the Ukraine pressure campaign.
(by Nolan Hicks, Craig McCarthy, Bruce Golding for The New York Post 10 hours ago)
The city’s new top cop took aim Thursday at Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s impending criminal-justice reforms — saying some rollbacks are needed to ensure public safety. At his first news conference since being sworn in Tuesday, Police Commissioner Dermot Shea raised alarms about the “sweeping” changes that will go into effect on Jan. 1. “Do I...
(by Nicholas Fandos for The New York Times 11 hours ago)
The speaker said she was instructing House committee chairmen to move forward with articles of impeachment against President Trump; another hearing is scheduled for Monday.
(by Masha Gessen for The New Yorker 16 hours ago)
Masha Gessen writes about Zuzana Caputova, the new President of Slovakia, and how she serves as a political ray of hope for a whole region of the world.
(by Amy Davidson Sorkin for The New Yorker 17 hours ago)
Amy Davidson Sorkin writes about the testimony of the law-school professors Noah Feldman, Pamela Karlan, Michael Gerhardt, and Jonathan Turley on Wednesday, the first day of the House Judiciary Committee’s impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump.
(by Brian M. Rosenthal for The New York Times 22 hours ago)
Ferraris. Villas on the French Riviera. Tax fraud. No one embodies the spectacular collapse of New York’s taxi industry more than Gene Freidman.
(by Jan Ransom for The New York Times 1 day, 8 hours ago)
Nicholas Feliciano, 18, had a history of suicide attempts, but Rikers jail guards failed to act for seven minutes when he tried to kill himself.
(by John Cassidy for The New Yorker 2 days, 10 hours ago)
John Cassidy writes about the House Impeachment report, which highlights President Donald Trump’s actions in the Ukraine incident and his obstruction of Congress.
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