Cancer Center Switches Focus on Fund-Raising as Problems Mount The change highlights the challenges facing Memorial Sloan Kettering, one of the nation’s most prestigious cancer centers, amid a widening crisis.
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John Putnam, the Melville of the South Street Seaport, Dies at 82 Mr. Putnam spent decades bringing New York’s maritime history to life as a resident museum historian and an impersonator of the author of “Moby-Dick.”
The Murder Witness Backtracked. Prosecutors Say They Know Why. The indictment of a Queens lawyer and a shadowy courthouse fixer on charges of bribing witnesses has rocked the borough’s legal world.
Frances Edelstein, Queen of the Polish Tea Room, Is Dead at 92 With her husband, she turned a former hotel ballroom in Midtown Manhattan into a dining hangout for actors, directors, playwrights, producers — and tourists.
The Single Best Thing to Cook With Chicken Breasts Chicken francese is quick, lemony, buttery Italian-American comfort food.
Flash Flooding Ensnares New Jersey and New York City Commuters Heavy rains Tuesday afternoon contributed to flash floods, slowing or stopping travel and leading to many rescues.
Restaurant Review: At Kopitiam, Malaysian Food Powers Through Some Growing Pains In its new, larger space, Kyo Pang’s homage to the cuisine of Malaysian coffee parlors is still compelling, even when there’s no coffee.
How Trump Is Being Protected in New York (and What It May Cost) The president is residing at Trump Tower during the United Nations General Assembly. Dump trucks, street closures and security checkpoints are in place.
New York Today: Today’s New York News: Gridlock and the U.N. Tuesday: Traffic near the United Nations and National Voter Registration Day.
Cory (Not-Running-for-Anything-Now) Booker Says New Jersey Is His Priority Senator Cory Booker, who has found himself increasingly on the national stage, has been crisscrossing his home state to stump for Congressional candidates.
Scenes From a Charred Forest, Bursting With New Life Though it appears destructive, fire in the New Jersey Pinelands is a force of renewal.
After a Pause, the Chef Joseph Ogrodnek Tries His Hand in a Hotel Mr. Ogrodnek, who took a break after closing Dover last year, will return with a cafe in the new Sister City hotel.
On Location: The Long-Term Beach House Carrying forward a family tradition of summering at the shore with a new chapter — and a new house — in Montauk, N.Y.
‘Lion King’ Puppet Specialist Charged With Manufacturing 3-D Printed Gun at Theater Ilya Vett told the police that he was “making the gun as a gift” for his brother, according to a criminal complaint.
Protesters Rally Against Kavanaugh, and Back His Accusers: ‘The Wave of Women Is Here’ Demonstrations and walkouts took place in solidarity with Christine Blasey Ford and Deborah Ramirez, who have accused the Supreme Court nominee of sexual misconduct.