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.
Stanley Theodore in Springfield Gardens, Queens.
Eric Spencer wants to add an aquarium to the medians in a nine-block stretch of Park Avenue in Manhattan. “There’s a tongue-in-cheek connection,” he said. “You know, the classic stereotype, guys and gals on their phones, sharks, doing their thing.”
The recently renovated dining room at Sam’s, which has been in business in Dobbs Ferry since 1952.
Michael Cohen, President Trump’s embattled lawyer, leaving court in Manhattan on Monday.
Federal agents seized documents, cellphones, iPads and computers from the apartment, hotel room and office of Michael D. Cohen, President Trump’s longtime lawyer and fixer.
Darlene Jackson is one of more than 100 low-income New Yorkers seeking a meeting with Mayor Bill de Blasio to make a case for discounted MetroCards.
Carrot flowers, exceptionally showy and delicate, are easy to identify.
Israel Reyes, at Public School 69X in the Bronx, wanted to brighten the building for students. “There were no colors,” he said of what it looked like before. “It was like walking into a prison.”
The federal trial for Joaquín Guzmán Loera, the Mexican drug lord known as El Chapo, is now set to start in September. He arrived in the United States last January.
E’Dena Hines with Morgan Freeman at the Golden Globe Awards in 2005. Ms. Hines, an aspiring actress related to Mr. Freeman, was stabbed to death in Manhattan in 2015.
Three million bees were delivered to Bryant Park in Manhattan on Friday, most for sale but some for the park’s apiary.
On weekends at the Silver Gull Beach Club, Marianne Fezza, third from left, pours a strawberry daiquiri into a huge glass and shares it with her neighbors.
The last days of Court Street Office Supplies, a retail fixture in downtown Brooklyn for 35 years.
Riders on the L train in March. On Wednesday, Andy Byford, the subway’s new leader, compared the subway crisis to earlier emergencies in New York history that the city recovered from, including Sept. 11 and Hurricane Sandy.
Stanley Brezenoff at a news conference on Tuesday, where Mayor Bill de Blasio announced him as the housing authority’s interim chairman.
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