The former Republican congressman had pleaded guilty to giving his son nonpublic information about a drug company.
The rising star is accused of transporting the car to New York from Los Angeles. It was found outside his mother’s Brooklyn home.
The defense is “systematically eliminating every young white woman,” a prosecutor said during jury selection.
“A phone call, one simple phone call, and Ms. Fuertes would be alive today,” the ICE head said, referring to a 92-year-old woman killed in Queens.
A six-mile-long barrier would help protect the city from floodwaters during fierce storms like Sandy, but critics say rising seas make the option inadequate.
She installed an illegal gas line that led to the blast, which killed two men and leveled two apartment buildings.
A new law in New York City lets parents remove their obstetricians’ names if their medical licenses were revoked for misconduct.
Our critic explores Yuichiro Ukai’s pen-and-marker dinosaurs and samurai, ceramic animals from the Peruvian Amazon and the photography of Vivian Maier.
The ban protects animals and slaps wealthy gourmands. But upstate, hundreds of low-wage immigrant laborers are bracing for the impact.
In New York City, a developer got an exemption to build rental buildings using mostly timber. Is this the climate-friendly wave of the future?
Listen to the actress’s recorded subway announcements, now playing on the No. 7 train for one week. “Welcome to my borough!”
The mandolin player recently moved his radio show to New York.
The Times's architecture critic discusses how the development is changing the Far West Side, and the city as a whole.
Bureaucracy — no surprise — gets in the way of expanding the pool of volunteers.
As the retailer goes through liquidation, employees at its flagship store say they haven’t received information about a closing date, severance pay or benefits.
The mayor proposed a city budget with the smallest percentage increase in his six years in office, fearing a state deficit.
Investigators hope that a belt with the initials “W H” or “H M” helps solve the nearly decade-long case on Long Island.
With over 60 movies and special events, this series tells the history of how they told their stories, both overtly and subversively.
The Mexican artist Teresa Margolles makes unflinching art about violent death and its aftermath. Her newest photographs and installations are now in New York City.
Angry parents, an ultra-Orthodox Jewish group and anti-vaccine celebrities rallied to outmatch one of the state’s most powerful elected leaders.