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In Wake of Florida Massacre, Gun Control Advocates Look to Connecticut

In Wake of Florida Massacre, Gun Control Advocates Look to Connecticut

A Connecticut State Police detective holding a Bushmaster AR-15 rifle, the same make and model of gun that Adam Lanza used to kill 20 students and six educators at Sandy Hook Elementary School in 2012.

Man Convicted in Stabbing of 2 Children in Brooklyn Elevator

Man Convicted in Stabbing of 2 Children in Brooklyn Elevator

Daniel St. Hubert was convicted on Tuesday of murder in the death of P.J. Avitto, 6, and of attempted murder for injuring Mikayla Capers, now 11.

Recalling an Early Martha Stewart at the Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum

Recalling an Early Martha Stewart at the Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum

A parlor at the Webb House, now part of the Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum. The room was fashioned to appear as it does in a century-old photograph by Wallace Nutting, whose life and work are the subject of an exhibition at the museum.

Minigolf and Aquariums Fill a Park Avenue Dreamscape

Minigolf and Aquariums Fill a Park Avenue Dreamscape

Eric Spencer wants to add an aquarium to the medians in a nine-block stretch of Park Avenue in Manhattan. “There’s a tongue-in-cheek connection,” he said. “You know, the classic stereotype, guys and gals on their phones, sharks, doing their thing.”

Why Gabby Giffords Just Endorsed 2 Republicans in New Jersey

Why Gabby Giffords Just Endorsed 2 Republicans in New Jersey

Gabrielle Giffords’s political action committee backs candidates who support gun control.

Overwhelmed by Donations for Survivors of Fatal Bronx Fire

Overwhelmed by Donations for Survivors of Fatal Bronx Fire

At a gym in the Bronx, police officers and volunteers sort through mounds of clothes that were donated to the survivors of a fire that destroyed an apartment building and killed 12 people.

How Jonathan Goldman, Professor and Musician, Spends His Sundays

How Jonathan Goldman, Professor and Musician, Spends His Sundays

Jonathan Goldman, center, on the trumpet, often has gigs on Saturday nights with his band, Spanglish Fly. So if he gets the chance to sleep in on Sundays, he takes it.

Battling Climate Change from the Back Seat of an S.U.V.

Battling Climate Change from the Back Seat of an S.U.V.

Mayor Bill de Blasio has filed suit against big oil companies for their part in climate change, but he regularly rides around town in an S.U.V.

Why New York City’s Waterworks Works

Why New York City’s Waterworks Works

Between the completion of the first water tunnel in 1915 and the start of construction on the second in 1928, the city built the Williamsburg Conduit to improve the water distribution system in parts of Brooklyn and Queens. This photo of the conduit was taken from the Hewes Street elevated train platform in 1925.

The Most Expensive Mile of Subway Track on Earth

The Most Expensive Mile of Subway Track on Earth

Workers in the East Side Access tunnel, which will connect Grand Central Terminal in Manhattan with the Long Island Rail Road. The project’s costs have ballooned to nearly $3.5 billion for each new mile of track.

National Democrats Wade, Uninvited, Into New York House Race

National Democrats Wade, Uninvited, Into New York House Race

Juanita Perez Williams, second from right, entered the race for the 24th Congressional District in Central New York, with the urging and backing of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee.

Saga of the Toxic Ball Fields

Saga of the Toxic Ball Fields

Ballfields in Red Hook, closed and left overgrown. In the background, the Red Hook Houses.

Review: Destination Bistro in Yorktown Heights Pays Attention

Review: Destination Bistro in Yorktown Heights Pays Attention

The owner of Destination Bistro, Rob Del Balzo, had several years of catering experience before opening the restaurant in Yorktown Heights.

Want to Be Happy? Think Like an Old Person

Want to Be Happy? Think Like an Old Person

Helen Moses, 93, on her bed. She is followed by Ruth Willig, 94; Jonas Mekas, 95; and Ping Wong, 92.

On the Surface and Underneath, a Syrian Boy Carries the Scars of War

On the Surface and Underneath, a Syrian Boy Carries the Scars of War

Sariya El-Suleiman, 5. His family believes his skin condition was caused by a chemical from the rocket attack. Despite numerous prescriptons and medical tests, no solution has been found.

New York-Chicago Direct Train Shuts Down for First Time in Over a Century

New York-Chicago Direct Train Shuts Down for First Time in Over a Century

Passengers on the storied 20th Century Limited traveled in style.


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