New Booker ‘Super PAC’ Airs a Message: We Don’t Need More Candidates. We Have Cory. With Cory Booker’s campaign still struggling to break through, a new super PAC has emerged from the swamps of Jersey to support him.
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Uber Fined 9 Million for Saying Drivers Aren’t Employees The move by New Jersey could reverberate across the gig economy.
Stephanie Parze’s Car Is at Home. So Is Her Phone. But She’s Missing. The 25-year-old woman from Freehold Township, N.J., has been missing since the night before Halloween.
Rethinking Tiny Tim: Should a Disabled Actor Play the Role? The Broadway production of “A Christmas Carol,” following the lead from London, answers a strong yes. Other theaters may follow suit.
A Bag of Sex Toys, an Alleged Cover-Up and an Ex-D.A. on Trial It’s all part of a corruption case involving a former Long Island district attorney.
The Tropical Conclave Where Politicians and Lobbyists Go to Make Deals “More business happens here in one weekend than in three months in City Hall or in Albany,” one attendee said of the spring-break-like event in Puerto Rico.
New York to Use 18,000 City Workers to Identify and Help Homeless The effort is the latest attempt from Mayor Bill de Blasio to tackle street homelessness, an intractable problem throughout his administration.
A Sprawling Menu and Goan Cuisine at Cardamom in Queens The chef at this Indian restaurant offers dishes from across the subcontinent.
Fall Art Auctions See Significant Declines Houses do the best with what they have. But it’s “a season with few trophies,” said one expert.
Where Wild Turkeys Are So Bold They Knock on the Door for Food Birds behaving badly are causing a ruckus in Toms River, N.J.
Bishop Named by Pope to Investigate Abuse Is Accused Himself Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio, who was recently chosen to lead an inquiry into clergy abuse in Buffalo, faces an accusation of molesting an altar boy in Jersey City in the 1970s.
New York Identifies Hospitals and Nursing Homes With Deadly Fungus The policy change, for the virulent drug-resistant germ Candida auris, came as the C.D.C. reported that more people are dying of drug-resistant infections than it previously estimated.
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.
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.