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(by Sharon Otterman for The New York Times 10 minutes ago)
New York’s attorney general has invoked “Son of Sam” law in trying to keep Anna Sorokin from profiting from her crimes.
(by Frances Robles and Alejandra Rosa for The New York Times 12 minutes ago)
Many Puerto Ricans are deeply dissatisfied with a government they say has left much of the island mired in poverty, unemployment and corruption.
(by Emily Cochrane, Alan Rappeport and Jim Tankersley for The New York Times 23 minutes ago)
If passed by Congress and signed by President Trump, the deal would stop a potential debt default this fall and avoid automatic spending cuts next year.
(by David Meyer for The New York Post 57 minutes ago)
Mayor Bill de Blasio has “temporarily” withdrawn the nomination of Jeff Roth to lead the city’s Taxi and Limousine Commission. The news comes four days after Roth’s disastrous confirmation hearing, where the former TLC deputy commissioner deflected question after question about how he would run the agency. Council members have been clamoring for strong leadership...
(by Nikita Stewart for The New York Times an hour ago)
The death of Autumn Coleman, whose father is accused of trapping her in a burning car, has renewed calls to examine how decisions in Family Court can turn deadly.
(by Chris Perez for The New York Post an hour ago)
Long Island officials are offering a $15,000 reward for the safe return of “Sam” — an elderly bald eagle that was stolen from its enclosure at the Quogue Wildlife Refuge. The Nassau and Suffolk SPCAs have been posting messages on social media, begging for the bird to be brought back to its protected home in...
(by Zolan Kanno-Youngs and Caitlin Dickerson for The New York Times an hour ago)
Immigrants who cannot prove they have had legal status to reside in the United States for longer than two years could be deported without being given a court hearing.
(by Andrew Denney for The New York Post an hour ago)
Attorneys for accused “MAGA bomber” Cesar Sayoc Jr., who faces life behind bars for shipping bomb-like devices to prominent Democrats last year, say that he should receive no more than 10 years and one month in prison for sending what they claim he intended to be hoax devices. In papers filed on Monday evening, public...
(by Jesse McKinley for The New York Times 6 hours ago)
Gov. Andrew Cuomo said many newly elected Democrats have offered only “bumper sticker” solutions.
(by Peter Slevin for The New Yorker 10 hours ago)
Peter Slevin on a new abortion-rights law in Illinois and a collection of nonprofits, including the Chicago Abortion Fund, Planned Parenthood of Illinois, and the Midwest Access Coalition, dedicated to helping people access abortions.
(by Osita Nwanevu for The New Yorker 1 day, 4 hours ago)
Osita Nwanevu writes on the National Conservatism Conference, in Washington, D.C., where guests including Tucker Carlson, Amy Wax, Josh Hawley, and David Brooks opined on immigration, religion, Donald Trump, big business, and élite cosmopolitanism.
(by Sam Knight for The New Yorker 1 day, 8 hours ago)
Sam Knight writes on Extinction Rebellion, a British campaign of civil disobedience aimed at addressing the worldwide climate crisis.
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