Rep. Peter King’s Exit Highlights the G.O.P.’s Suburban Problem In one county, Democrats grew by more than 150,000, while the number of Republicans dropped by more than 30,000.
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A Trustee Leaves Trove of Old Masters Works to the Met In her bequest, the longtime donor Jayne Wrightsman left more than 375 works to the museum, along with $80 million for acquisitions.
Styling Black Hair Will Be Taught to a Salon Accused of Bias A settlement under New York City’s new prohibition against hairstyle discrimination requires a Manhattan salon to take steps to combat such behavior.
A ‘Fixer’ or a ‘Bully’: New Yorkers Have Opinions on Bloomberg as Mayor New Yorkers say the city was cleaner, safer and healthier during Mr. Bloomberg’s 12 years in office, but at a cost. Had the city lost a piece…
A Black Paratrooper’s First Veterans Day, and His Last A long struggle to remove the stigma of a questionable Army discharge comes to a close.
Handcuffed for Selling Churros: Inside the World of Illegal Food Vendors On the male-dominated black market, a permit for mobile food vending can easily cost $25,000.
Alfred Portale Opens His New Chelsea Restaurant The chef and cookbook author Mina Stone’s restaurant in MoMA PS1, a Milk Bar in the Ace Hotel and more restaurant news.
Cuomo Threatens National Grid: Provide Gas or Lose Your License The governor and the utility have been fighting for months over a proposed pipeline and a moratorium on new gas hookups.
N.Y.C. Weather: Winter Arrives Early, Possibly Bringing Snow Tuesday: City workers are prepared for the white stuff, although it’s not expected to stick, as a cold front brings temperatures plunging toward the 20s.
Llama San Is Not a Typical Postcard From Peru A new restaurant starts with Peruvian-Japanese Nikkei cuisine and then takes off into the imagination of its chef, Erik Ramirez.
After Schumer Praised the Retiring Rep. King, Some Democrats Jeered Another Democrat, Representative Ilhan Omar, had a different response to the news: “Good riddance.”
Bloomberg for President? ‘No Way,’ His Successor Says Mayor Bill de Blasio portrayed Michael Bloomberg as out of touch with Democratic values: “a billionaire who epitomizes the status quo.”
WeWork Talking With John Legere of T-Mobile About C.E.O. Job The troubled office space company is said to be considering several candidates for the top job after pushing out its founder.
Maya Lin to Conjure Dying Trees to Make a Point Her public art installation at Madison Square Park, opening in June, will focus on the so-called ghost forests that have died off because of climate change.
A Woman Selling Churros Was Handcuffed. The Police Face a Backlash. A cellphone video showing police officers surrounding the vendor inside a Brooklyn subway station went viral, resulting in a protest on Monday.