In Connecticut, Ned Lamont Scores a Decisive Win, and Jahana Hayes Moves Closer to History Mr. Lamont won the Democratic primary for governor, while Ms. Hayes’s win moved her closer to being the state’s first black Democrat in Congress.
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Is Harvey Weinstein a Sex-Trafficker? Judge Says It’s O.K. to Ask. In a novel decision, a federal judge on Tuesday ruled that the movie producer can be sued under a federal sex-trafficking statute.
You Got the Flood Warning on Your Phone. Here’s What the Damage Looked Like. Flash floods swept through New York and New Jersey over the last three days, leading to states of emergency and evacuations across the region.
Wanted: ‘Sheriff of Wall Street.’ Letitia James Says No Thanks, and Her Rivals Pounce. Ms. James, a New York attorney general hopeful, said she did not want to be known as the “Sheriff on Wall Street,” drawing criticism from Democratic…
She Pulled the Plug From Fiancé’s Kayak. Now She’ll Get Some of His Life Insurance. The woman at the center of the kayak murder case will receive a portion of her fiancé’s policy under the terms of a settlement.
Off the Menu: Traditional and Updated Korean at Hwaban in the Flatiron District Roasted chickens brined overnight, a pasta counter at Eataly and other restaurant news.
New York Today: New York Today: Ditmas Park, a ‘Suburb in the City’ Tuesday: A peaceful part of the city, and a bath for a titanosaur.
Their First Temple Was a Tent. Now Sikhs Walk New Jersey’s Halls of Power. The ascent of three Sikh-Americans in New Jersey — a mayor, attorney general and founder of a key civil rights group — underscores the immigrant group’s…
Lunch Ladies Stole Nearly 0,000 in Cash From School Cafeterias, Police Say For years, cash quietly disappeared from school cafeteria registers in New Canaan, Conn. The police have arrested two former lunch ladies who are also sisters.
Cuomo Agrees, Finally, to Debate Nixon on Aug. 29 Cynthia Nixon has been challenging the governor to a debate since May, but until now, he had demurred. He did not debate his 2014 primary challenger.
Uber and Lyft Drivers Rush to Register Cars Ahead of City’s New Cap Drivers flocked to the offices of the ride-hail apps to register before the city’s freeze on new for-hire vehicles goes into effect.
Can ,000 Fit in a Designer Bag? That’s the Big Question in a Corruption Case On the final day of the trial of Norman Seabrook, the former head of the city’s correction officers’ union, lawyers tussled over whether a Ferragamo…
Metropolitan Diary: ‘It’s a Woman Thing’ A woman in a pale yellow sundress has a question.
Trump Visits Upstate N.Y. for First Time as President, to Aid G.O.P. in House Races The president is attending a bill signing in Fort Drum, N.Y., and headlining a fund-raiser for Representative Claudia Tenney in Utica.
What Happens to #MeToo When a Feminist Is the Accused? Avital Ronell, a superstar professor, was found by N.Y.U. to have sexually harassed a male grad student. But his charges have met disbelief from some feminist scholars.