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Some Pension Funds Profit From New York Real Estate. Why Don’t the City’s?

Some Pension Funds Profit From New York Real Estate. Why Don’t the City’s?

The Retirement Systems of Alabama bought 55 Water Street in 1993 for $202 million, and the building could easily be worth 15 times that now.

A City Founded by Alexander Hamilton Sets the Stage for Its Next Act

A City Founded by Alexander Hamilton Sets the Stage for Its Next Act

André Sayegh, who was sworn in on Sunday as mayor of Paterson, said he wants to increase the number of visitors to the Great Falls, now designated a national park. He also hopes to lure a hotel to New Jersey’s third-largest city.

Speaking, Not Sexually, With Dr. Ruth at 90

Speaking, Not Sexually, With Dr. Ruth at 90

Dr. Ruth Westheimer, the renowned sex therapist who became enormously popular through her frank discussions and advice, turns 90 on Monday.


Homeless Woman’s Court Fight Inspires 2 City Council Bills

Homeless Woman’s Court Fight Inspires 2 City Council Bills

Angela Castillo, with her son Lucas, 1, challenged the city over her transfer to a different shelter.

They Vowed to Fix the Subway a Year Ago. On-Time Rates Are Still Terrible.

They Vowed to Fix the Subway a Year Ago. On-Time Rates Are Still Terrible.

Passengers made their way through the Union Square subway station in Manhattan last week.

To New Yorkers’ Delight, Coogan’s Says It Isn’t Closing After All

To New Yorkers’ Delight, Coogan’s Says It Isn’t Closing After All

Lin-Manuel Miranda, creator of “Hamilton,” embracing Representative Adriano Espaillat on Friday night at Coogan’s restaurant in Washington Heights during a gathering to celebrate a new lease.

Brooklyn Gets a Superhero (and a Few Villains)

Brooklyn Gets a Superhero (and a Few Villains)

Dean Haspiel, a cartoonist, created “New Brooklyn,” a free web comics series.

They Upended Their Lives to Avoid the L Train Shutdown. Then There Was No Shutdown.

They Upended Their Lives to Avoid the L Train Shutdown. Then There Was No Shutdown.

When the L train shutdown was announced in 2016, a number of Brooklyn residents who lived along the line moved.

New York City’s Worst Landlord? It Might Be the City

New York City’s Worst Landlord? It Might Be the City

A federal investigation revealed a culture of deception at the New York City Housing Authority, with dodges borrowed from the worst private landlords to deceive inspectors and make it seem like repairs were getting made.

Old Tappan Zee Bridge Gets New Life as Artificial Reef

Old Tappan Zee Bridge Gets New Life as Artificial Reef

Parts of the old Tappan Zee Bridge will be used as artificial reefs off Long Island.

Retrial of Senator Menendez Adds Twist to Midterm Elections

Retrial of Senator Menendez Adds Twist to Midterm Elections

The jury in Senator Robert Menendez’s corruption trial failed to reach a verdict in November.

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.

Raid of N.Y. Public Housing Office Points to Separate Inquiry

Raid of N.Y. Public Housing Office Points to Separate Inquiry

Geoffrey S. Berman, the United States attorney for the Southern District, said the agreement with the city over Nycha did not preclude criminal charges.

A Three-Character Drama That Keeps You Guessing

A Three-Character Drama That Keeps You Guessing

From left, Corey Tazmania, Pheonix Vaughn and Melissa Macleod Herion in front of some suspicious tchotchkes in “Villainous Company,” at New Jersey Repertory Company.

New York City Will End Marijuana Arrests for Most People

New York City Will End Marijuana Arrests for Most People

Most people will soon avoid a trip to the police station if they’re caught smoking marijuana in public in New York City.

She Found Comfort in a Brooklyn Diner, Then Lost Everything

She Found Comfort in a Brooklyn Diner, Then Lost Everything

Zelma Haskell, 85, at a rehabilitation center on Staten Island. She was swindled by a waitress and lost her Brooklyn home of 46 years.


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