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(by JACK HEALY for The New York Times 2 hours ago)
Angela Kelley, a furloughed federal worker, has become an Uber driver to support herself and her granddaughter. On a good day, she brings in $50.
(by CHARLES HOMANS for The New York Times 2 hours ago)
Mitch McConnell in the United States Capitol in December.
(by Ben Feuerherd for The New York Post 5 hours ago)
Police are searching for a man who masturbated in front of other passengers on a Brooklyn subway and then lit a cigarette before getting off the train. The suspect was caught in the act as he laid across a bench on a southbound Q train as it pulled out of the Dekalb station at about...
(by Ben Feuerherd for The New York Post 7 hours ago)
Police on Monday rearrested a suspected sex fiend who escaped from Homeless Services cops on Saturday afternoon, authorities said. Jose Bisono escaped from the cops as they were transporting him to central booking in downtown Brooklyn after he was busted for attempted rape at the East New York homeless shelter where he lived. He ran...
(by Rebecca Rosenberg for The New York Post 8 hours ago)
He’s the black-hearted husband accused of snapping his wife’s neck so he could reap her $5.2 million fortune and then, in a twist worthy of “Law & Order,” trying to frame his innocent 9-year-old daughter. Rod Covlin allegedly murdered his wife, Shele Danishefsky, and left her body in the bathtub of their ritzy Upper West...
(by GLENN THRUSH for The New York Times 16 hours ago)
Susie Sinclair-Smith, left, of the Montgomery County Coalition for the Homeless, with Samantha Whitt and her children in an apartment in Maryland that the group helps pay for.
(by JEFFERY C. MAYS for The New York Times 18 hours ago)
Jumaane Williams, a Brooklyn city councilman, is one of 23 candidates running for public advocate in a special election next month.
(by MICHAEL GOLD for The New York Times 1 day, 2 hours ago)
State Senator Brad Hoylman, a Manhattan Democrat, was a sponsor of the Senate bill to ban conversion therapy for minors. “New York most certainly lagged behind,” he said.
(by EMILY PALMER for The New York Times 1 day, 11 hours ago)
Joaquín Guzmán Loera, the crime lord known as El Chapo, could take the stand in his drug trial.
(by Jonathan Blitzer for The New Yorker 3 days, 12 hours ago)
Jonathan Blitzer on a report released earlier this week by the Inspector General of the Department of Health and Human Services documenting that the Administration had separated far more families than it had previously admitted or could even properly count.
(by Charles Bethea for The New Yorker 3 days, 18 hours ago)
Charles Bethea speaks with a T.S.A. officer who works at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, in Atlanta, Georgia, on the effects of the ongoing government shutdown on airport operations and for T.S.A. employees.
(by John Cassidy for The New Yorker 4 days, 21 hours ago)
John Cassidy writes about British Prime Minister Theresa May surviving a no-confidence vote, and the chaotic future for Brexit.
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