New York Headlines

  • A Staten Island Man Found a Safe of Cash in His Backyard. Then Things Got Weird.

    (by CHRISTINE HAUSER for The New York Times 7 minutes ago)
    Matthew Emanuel and his family discovered last month that what they thought was an electricity box was a locked safe that held a stash of money, gold and jewels.
  • Hooded shooter kills man as he eats in Manhattan chicken joint

    (by ADAM SHRIER for The Daily News 15 minutes ago)
    A gunman fatally shot a 25-year-old man eating with his pals at a Hamilton Heights chicken joint early Sunday, police sources said.
  • Justice Department, Texas, Venezuela: Your Monday Briefing

    (by CHRIS STANFORD for The New York Times 39 minutes ago)
    President Trump said on Sunday that the special counsel investigation had turned up no evidence of collusion with Russia and was now casting a wider net so that it could harm Republicans’ chances in midterm elections this fall.
  • New York Today: New York Today: Smelling Your Way to Work

    (by ALEXANDRA S. LEVINE for The New York Times an hour ago)
    New York City is rife with scents that make it a diverse “smellscape,” according to a researcher who designs maps of odors.
  • New York Today: New York Today: Smelling Your Way to Work

    (by ALEXANDRA S. LEVINE for The New York Times an hour ago)
    New York City is rife with scents that make it a diverse “smellscape,” according to a researcher who designs maps of odors.
  • City pol demands NYPD rid Brooklyn neighborhood of K2

    (by EDGAR SANDOVAL, NOAH GOLDBERG, JOHN ANNESE for The Daily News 2 hours ago)
    Councilman Robert Cornegy Jr. asked for extra law enforcement outside the shuttered Big Boy Deli.
  • Photo of man holding pistol next to Bronx cop car sparks manhunt

    (by THOMAS TRACY, NOAH GOLDBERG for The Daily News 2 hours ago)
    A photo posted on social media of a man holding a pistol next to a Bronx police car has sparked a manhunt, the Daily News has learned.
  • Naples-style pizzeria opening in Meatpacking District

    (by Jennifer Gould Keil for The New York Post 3 hours ago)
    Naples-style pizza is coming to the Meatpacking District. SIMÒ Pizza will open at 90-92 Gansevoort St. in June as a fast-casual venue, with personal pizzas priced at $10 or under. Diners will order and pay at the counter by credit card — no cash accepted. Diners will then be given a number labeled on a...
  • Food Network host opening new restaurant in Nolita

    (by Jennifer Gould Keil for The New York Post 4 hours ago)
    Canadian-Israeli chef Eden Grinshpan, host of Food Network’s Top Chef Canada and Cooking Channel’s Eden Eats, is launching DEZ, a Middle Eastern/Moroccan concept in Nolita later this month. Her partner in the venture is Samantha Wasser, of by Chloe and The Sosta, a fast casual Italian restaurant. The eatery, at 227 Mulberry St., will offer...
  • Sola Pasta Bar chefs opening three food trucks

    (by Jennifer Gould Keil for The New York Post 4 hours ago)
    In other Italian food news, Soho’s Sola Pasta Bar Chefs Alex Campedelli and Luigi Sepranza are launching three food trucks. The first, which opened last week in Midtown East, is at 53rd and Park Avenue. The second will launch next week at 255 Greenwich St. by the Freedom Tower while a third Bryant Park location...
  • Out of Prison, Back to Congress? Michael Grimm Is Trying on Staten Island

    (by MATT FLEGENHEIMER for The New York Times 10 hours ago)
    Michael Grimm appearing Saturday at a rally on Staten Island, where he is trying to reclaim the House seat he yielded when he pleaded guilty to tax fraud in 2014.
  • How India’s Welfare Revolution Is Starving Citizens

    (by Rahul Bhatia for The New Yorker 4 days, 17 hours ago)
    Rahul Bhatia writes about the ways in which the Aadhaar I.D. system has disrupted the delivery of food to the Indian people.
  • How Game Theory Explains the Leaks in the Trump White House

    (by John Cassidy for The New Yorker 5 days, 11 hours ago)
    John Cassidy writes about how leaks coming from Donald Trump’s White House Administration resemble a famous game-theory experiment by the mathematician Albert Tucker.
  • Just How Fragile Is Trump’s North Korea Diplomacy?

    (by Robin Wright for The New Yorker 5 days, 13 hours ago)
    Robin Wright, reporting from the D.M.Z., writes about North Korea’s suspension of talks with the South, and about Donald Trump’s fragile diplomacy with the North.

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