Joan Illuzzi, the prosecutor now overseeing the Harvey Weinstein inquiry, has expertise in cold cases in which there is little or no physical evidence and the credibility of witnesses is paramount.
The Booker T. Washington school in Manhattan uses test scores for admissions, and its students are mostly white or Asian. Under a new plan, it would have to set aside seats for lower-scoring children.
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, pictured speaking in May, challenged President Trump’s favorite slogan. “We are not going to make America great again. It was never that great,” he said on Wednesday.
A scene from New York’s financial district, where high earners may find things to like in the new tax bill.
Michelle Dawson as Donna, whose daughter, Sophie, is trying to identify her father.
Helene E. Weinstein, chairwoman of the Ways and Means Committee in the state Assembly, discussed the state’s $168 billion budget before its final approval on Saturday.
More than 200 firefighters responded to a fire at Trump Tower in Midtown Manhattan on Saturday.
A for-hire driver paused on Fifth Street in Park Slope, Brooklyn, a day after the City Council voted to make New York the first major American city to place a cap on the growth of ride-hail vehicles like Uber and Lyft.
William Arroyo, 57, is among a handful of homeless men who stay overnight in the basement of a bodega in Brooklyn.
Col. Edwin C. Roessler Jr., the police chief in Fairfax County, Va., said better crime data offers the evidence needed to lobby government for more money or better laws.
Yoselyn Ortega, during her trial in State Supreme Court in Manhattan.
The conceptual artist Tim Youd is retyping Mary McCarthy’s novel “The Group” on the campus of her alma mater, using a typewriter like hers.
Pablo Villavicencio Calderon was arrested last week by immigration authorities while making a pizza delivery in Brooklyn. On Friday, his lawyers asked that his deportation be halted.
PLEASANTVILLE “Shut Up and Play the Hits” (2012), a documentary about LCD Soundsystem featuring the producer James Murphy, will be screened on Aug. 19 at 9:45 p.m. at Jacob Burns Film Center, 364 Manville Road. Tickets: $8, members; $13, nonmembers. Information: 914-747-5555; burnsfilmcenter.org.
Liany Guerrero and her family applied for political asylum in 2001 after fleeing threats of violence in Colombia. With their request denied, her husband has already been deported while she has 30 days to attend to medical treatments before she has to leave the country.
Federal agents recently arrested an undocumented immigrant from Ivory Coast as he left Bronx Criminal Court, part of stepped-up enforcement by the Trump administration.
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