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Final Day of Primary Campaign Turns Rancorous

Here’s what you need to know: Andrew Yang in Manhattan Andrew Seng for The New York Times Eric Adams in…

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Five takeaways from the final Sunday of campaigning in New York City.

On the last day of early voting before Tuesday’s primary in New York City, the eight leading Democratic candidates sprinted…

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5 Takeaways From N.Y.C. Mayoral Candidates’ Last Weekend of Campaigning

On the last day of early voting before Tuesday’s primary in New York City, the eight leading Democratic candidates sprinted…

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Man’s Long-Delayed Quest for Degree Leads to Joint Graduation With Son

“I always apologized,” he said, “and I was like, ‘All right, professor, so you know I’m in this body shop…

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Yang and Garcia Form Late Alliance in Mayor’s Race, Drawing Adams’s Ire

The campaigns of Mr. Yang and Ms. Garcia both denied that Ms. Wiley had been invited to Saturday’s events. Ms.…

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A Dad and an Audience of One

Times Insider explains who we are and what we do, and delivers behind-the-scenes insights into how our journalism comes together.…

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2 Children Out Walking Get Caught Between a Gunman and His Target

Gunfire erupts on a Bronx sidewalk, and several passers-by, including a 5-year-old boy and his 10-year-old sister, rush toward a…

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Control of New York’s Stages Remains in White Hands, a Study Finds

As New York’s theaters prepare to reopen following the twin crises of a pandemic and rising discontent over racial inequity,…

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Farhadian Weinstein Is a Lightning Rod in Manhattan D.A. Race’s Lone Debate

One went to Yale, the other to Harvard. One was a federal prosecutor in Brooklyn, the other in Manhattan. One…

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Why This Overlooked Residential Island in N.Y.C. Wants Tourists

When Med Abrous, a restaurateur behind trendy establishments in Los Angeles, Nashville and Seattle, got the call about opening a…

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