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NYT Metro 3h
A well-dressed stranger comes to the rescue in a small emergency, a secret told in a taxi and more reader tales of New York City in this week’s Metropolitan Diary
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NYT Metro 3h
For decades, health inspectors ordered the city's Housing Authority to clean up lead in its apartments. But the agency refused. Read our new investigation.
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NYT Metro 4h
The man charged with killing "Baby Hope" in 1991 has died of cancer while awaiting trial
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NYT Metro 4h
In court, Jesus Zambada García claimed his former boss El Chapo once had a man killed because he wouldn't shake El Chapo's hand.
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NYT Metro 4h
"The Banksy of Monuments" strikes again with U.F.O.s and tugboats
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NYT Metro 5h
More than 6,000 people were arrested in New York during the first 6 months of 2018 for possessing a small amount of marijuana. Most of them were black or Hispanic. We obtained videos that offer a rare window into one case.
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NYT Metro 5h
Tests done by the city's Health Department showed children living in public housing were exposed to lead. So the New York City Housing Authority challenged the tests.
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NYT Metro 6h
Opera at Lincoln Center is in the midst of a cultural shift. To know its institutional memory, look to those wearing the tuxedos with the burgundy lapels.
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NYT Metro 7h
A $205 million makeover of a Ford Foundation Center for Social Justice is nearly complete. Here's a peek at the building and garden, which open next month.
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NYT Metro 8h
The best slice of pizza in New York City? Our critic has some thoughts.
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NYT Metro 8h
Pressure to make arrests. Aggressive pursuit of low-level marijuana arrests. Police-camera footage from Staten Island shows you what you almost never see.
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NYT Metro 9h
The New York City Housing Authority almost always challenged test results when children tested positive for lead, we found in a new investigation. Private landlords almost never do that.
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NYT Metro 9h
A marathon with William Reilly, a.k.a. "Backwards Bill," is like a 26-mile comedy act full of inappropriate jokes
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NYT Metro 10h
Swag bags. Class photos. Yearbooks. Policy books. Tours. Snacks. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is bringing her Instagram followers along for every step of orientation in Congress.
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NYT Metro 10h
Five short reader tales of New York City in this week's Metropolitan Diary
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NYT Metro 11h
Brooklyn-based rapper 6ix9ine was arrested on weapons and racketeering charges
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NYT Metro 11h
City's top watchdog: Mayor screamed at me and pressured me to hold back embarrassing reports
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NYT Metro 12h
More than 6,000 people were arrested in New York during the first 6 months of 2018 for possessing a small amount of marijuana. Most of them were black or Hispanic. We obtained videos that offer a rare window into one case.
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Luis Ferré-Sadurní 12h
. is unveiling today new plan to privatize the management of 62,000 apartments and converting them to Section 8 in return for billions of dollars worth in repairs. We reported details of the plan last week:
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NYT Metro 12h
From 2010 through July of this year, the New York City Housing Authority challenged 95% of the orders it received from the Health Department to remove lead detected in apartments, an investigation by The Times shows
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