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Women Describe Invasive Strip Searches on Visits to City Jails

Women Describe Invasive Strip Searches on Visits to City Jails

Jeannette Reynoso said she was subjected to a body-cavity search when she visited her husband on Rikers Island in 2015. Such searches are prohibited in New York City jails.

Connecticut’s Deficit Could Put Some Weekend Trains at Risk

Connecticut’s Deficit Could Put Some Weekend Trains at Risk

Connecticut officials are threatening to cut weekend train service at 17 branch-line stations, including the one in New Canaan, because of financial problems.

‘Unbearable’ Noise and Dust: Kushner Companies Accused of Driving Out Tenants in Brooklyn Building

‘Unbearable’ Noise and Dust: Kushner Companies Accused of Driving Out Tenants in Brooklyn Building

The Kushner Companies bought 184 Kent Avenue in 2015, when there were 316 rent-protected tenants in the building; by June of this year, 71 were left.

Dune Divides Montauk’s Beaches, and Residents

Dune Divides Montauk’s Beaches, and Residents

A hurricane protection project of the Army Corps of Engineers is creating disharmony on the beach of Montauk, N.Y.

Is Mayor de Blasio’s Brooklyn-Queens Streetcar Dead?

Is Mayor de Blasio’s Brooklyn-Queens Streetcar Dead?

A rendering of the proposed streetcar, the Brooklyn Queens Connector, in Astoria. Mayor Bill de Blasio has said little about the streetcar in recent months.

Documents Show Political Lobbying in Census Question About Citizenship

Documents Show Political Lobbying in Census Question About Citizenship

Kris W. Kobach, the Kansas secretary of state. In a July 2017 email, he noted that he had spoken with the commerce secretary about a census question about citizenship on at least two occasions.

‘We Are Entitled to a Righteous Anger’: Catholics Return to Mass After Sex Abuse Report

‘We Are Entitled to a Righteous Anger’: Catholics Return to Mass After Sex Abuse Report

Parishioners gathered for Mass last week at the Cathedral Church of Saint Patrick in Harrisburg, Pa., after the release of a scathing grand jury report that detailed abuse by Catholic priests.

The Painter Thomas Cole, and His Architectural Ambitions

The Painter Thomas Cole, and His Architectural Ambitions

At the Thomas Cole National Historic Site, works like “The Architect’s Dream,” by the painter Thomas Cole are on view in the New Studio.

Yale Holds Hearings in Case of Student Cleared of Rape

Yale Holds Hearings in Case of Student Cleared of Rape

Saifullah Khan, right, during his criminal trial on sexual assault charges. He was found not guilty in March, but now faces a university panel.

How Rawia Bishara, Chef and Restaurateur, Spends Her Sundays

How Rawia Bishara, Chef and Restaurateur, Spends Her Sundays

Rawia Bishara, at home in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, with her husband, Wafa.

Review: At the Country Bistro, the Feel of Vacation

Review: At the Country Bistro, the Feel of Vacation

The dining room at the Country Bistro in Salisbury, Conn.

Guarding the Prison Guards: New York State’s Troubled Disciplinary System

Guarding the Prison Guards: New York State’s Troubled Disciplinary System

Ramon Fabian at his home in Manhattan this month. A New York State inquiry found that while he was incarcerated at an upstate prison last year, a corrections officer there, Michael Bukowski, used excessive force against him and then lied about doing so.

Passing the Torch to the Next Generation of Volunteers

Passing the Torch to the Next Generation of Volunteers

After he was released from the hospital, James Robinson turned a back room of his home into a dispatch center for the Bedford-Stuyvesant Volunteer Ambulance Corps, which he founded nearly three decades ago.

In the Bronx, History Repeats Itself With Deadly Force

In the Bronx, History Repeats Itself With Deadly Force

In 2007, an impromptu memorial was set up near 1022 Woodycrest in the Bronx where a fire killed 10 people. That site is about three miles from the location of Thursday’s deadly house fire.

Fighting Back Against the War on Homeless Shelters

Fighting Back Against the War on Homeless Shelters

Christine Quinn, the head of Win, a social service agency, has faced resistance to placing homeless shelters in neighborhoods around the city. The organization runs summer programs for residents of the shelters.

Boastful and Unabashed, Christie Gives Final State of the State Address

Boastful and Unabashed, Christie Gives Final State of the State Address

After eight years as governor of New Jersey, Chris Christie delivered his final State of the State address on Tuesday.


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