Six Children Dead in Adenovirus Outbreak at New Jersey Pediatrics Center Twelve other children at a facility that works with “medically fragile children” were infected with a strain of the virus, which can cause mild illness.
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Gertrude Mokotoff, Ex-Mayor and a Bride at 98, Is Dead at 100 An article in The Times about her wedding to Alvin Mann, then 94, drew a wide readership. They had met at the gym.
At George Soros’s Home, Pipe Bomb Was Likely Hand Delivered, Officials Say The motive of the would-be bomber behind the explosive, found in a mailbox at the billionaire philanthropist’s home in a New York suburb, remains unclear.
The Library of Congress Lets You Stream Hundreds of Free Films Viewers worldwide can now download or stream free movies from the library’s National Screening Room website.
New York Today: New York Today: Cuomo vs. Molinaro Debate Tuesday: A look at a political sparring match and a bagel controversy.
7 Reasons the Subway Is a Major Problem for Cuomo The system descended into crisis on the governor’s watch. Here are some decisions he made in his first two terms that have come under fire.
‘Even While Losing,’ Councilman Sees a Way to Win: As Public Advocate Jumaane Williams, a Brooklyn councilman who lost his bid for lieutenant governor by a surprisingly narrow margin, has set his sights on public advocate.
His Body Was Behind the Wheel for a Week Before It Was Discovered. This Was His Life. A software designer ended his life in his parked car in the East Village. His family asked the police for help finding him,…
Cornelius E. Gallagher, 7-Term New Jersey Congressman, Dies at 97 A champion of civil liberties and privacy, he wound up shadowed by corruption charges and was jettisoned by the Democratic Party.
Explosive Device Found in Mailbox at George Soros’s Westchester County Home Bomb squad technicians “proactively detonated” the device, a law enforcement official said.
Cuomo to Debate Republican Foe After Week of Barbs and Chicken Insults The meeting, scheduled for Tuesday, would be Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo’s first one-on-one face-off with Marcus J. Molinaro.
Bodega Robbery Ends in Fatal Shooting of Unarmed Man The shooting in the Bronx marked another death of an unarmed black man by gun violence, some residents say. Others have sided with the store owner saying he was defending himself.
Neighbor Is Sought in Murder of Upper West Side Woman A woman who lives in the same building where Susan Trott was found dead on Sunday was identified by the police as “a person of interest” in her murder.
Immigrant Detained While Delivering Pizza in June Is Arrested and Accused of Assault The undocumented immigrant, who had faced deportation to Ecuador, was arrested and charged with criminal mischief in an incident involving his wife.
The High End: Hudson Square Tower With a French Accent Françoise Raynaud, a Parisian architect, has created a 30-story condo designed both to loom over and blend in with its fast-developing downtown neighborhood.