Dean G. Skelos, the former majority leader of the New York State Senate, and his wife, Gail, leaving Federal District Court in Manhattan on Tuesday after he and his son Adam were convicted a second time of bribery, extortion and conspiracy charges.
Part of the performance at Whisperlodge, a Brooklyn salon devoted to the stimulation of A.S.M.R., or autonomous sensory meridian response.
Todd Howe, left, described Joseph Percoco, holding his catch after a 2010 fishing trip, as “the closest thing to a brother I ever had.”
A horseshoe crab.
The diagonal stripes on the forearm section of a police officer’s uniform represents the years of service in the New York Police Department, according to a department representative.
The Society of the Friendly Sons of St. Patrick in the City of New York puts on annual dinner just before the St. Patrick’s Day parade in Manhattan. It will welcome women at the gala for the first time in March.
JC Marin travels more than an hour to a methadone clinic in Brooklyn from his home in Copiague, Long Island, where his basement bears the remnants of his time working as a handyman.
Martin Torres Reyes thought that he had found a way to get a green card, but now he is part of a lawsuit that charges a law firm of defrauding him and other immigrants.
Bob Hugin, a Republican, in Springfield, N.J., on Tuesday announced that he is running for the United States Senate in New Jersey.
Harvey Weinstein entering State Supreme Court in Manhattan with his lawyer, Benjamin Brafman, this month. Mr. Weinstein pleaded not guilty to sex assault charges.
Jennifer Chen, left, and Sean Guo are among the almost 1,200 students taking Laurie Santos’s “Psychology and the Good Life,” at Yale. The class was recently moved to Woolsey Hall, the university’s concert venue, from Battell Chapel, which could only accommodate a crowd of 800.
Preet Bharara, the United States attorney for the Southern District of New York, at the New York Conference of Mayors in Albany on Monday.
Federal prosecutors are now considering stalking laws as part of their inquiry into Harvey Weinstein, who remains under investigation by local prosecutors for claims of sexual assault.
From left, Fred Guttenberg, father of Jaime Guttenberg, 14, who was killed at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida; Francine Wheeler, mother of Ben Wheeler, 6, a victim of the Sandy Hook shooting, and Lori Haas, mother of a survivor of the Virginia Tech shooting, during a meeting with Senate Democrats about gun violence last month.
Pedro Acosta, a driver for Uber, helps Kiara Correa Acosta, 17, into his car in Brooklyn. Mr. Acosta, who has driven for Uber since it arrived in New York in 2011, says he has seen his income steadily decline even as the cost of living in the city has gone up.
Attorney General Eric Schneiderman of New York, right, with the New York police commissioner, William Bratton, in May.
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