A woman who goes by Nanny couldn’t afford a lawyer when she decided to end her abusive marriage, so she tried to represent herself. Supreme Court officials gave her piles of paperwork and told her she was on her own. “I just gave up,” she said.
Parker Drown (as Alex More) in the Penguin Rep production of “Buyer & Cellar,” a one-man play in which another role is Barbra Streisand.
“I think we’re all drawn to interesting industrial buildings with interesting things going on inside,” said Alicia Glen, right, deputy mayor for housing and economic development.
The Hotchkiss campus, in Lakeville, Conn., where investigators found at least seven faculty members had sexually abused students.
Eric T. Schneiderman, New York’s attorney general, wants the power to prosecute presidential aides if they are federally pardoned.
Defense lawyers for Chanel Lewis, center, have challenged the legality of his arrest in connection with the 2016 killing of a Queens woman, Karina Vetrano.
Danielle Mailer, a visual artist and teacher, created an installation called “Project: FishTales” that will be mounted on the back wall of a Staples store in Torrington, Conn., overlooking the Naugatuck River. Ms. Mailer is the daughter of the writer Norman Mailer and Adele Mailer, one of his six wives.
Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen delivering a sermon in 1979. Catholic dioceses in Illinois and New York are fighting over where the archbishop, who died in 1979, should be buried.
Resembling a flash drive, the Juul vaping system conveys a sense of industry — you’re Juuling into your MacBook Air while you are cramming for your test on Theodore Dreiser and thinking about trigonometry.
Bell Evergreen, a flight attendant, chatted with her boyfriend, Abraham Rich, another airline worker, at Austin’s Ale House in Kew Gardens, Queens, a neighborhood bar popular with flight crews.
Lin-Manuel Miranda, December 2017.
Snow plows in waiting at Boston Logan International Airport. Though the same January storm hit Boston and New York, the cities’ airports had very different outcomes.
A federal investigation revealed a culture of deception at the New York City Housing Authority, with dodges borrowed from the worst private landlords to deceive inspectors and make it seem like repairs were getting made.
Mayor Bill de Blasio, left, and Carmen Fariña at City Hall on Thursday. Ms. Fariña announced that she was stepping down as head of the city’s schools after four years.
A group of current and former tenants at 184 Kent Avenue in Brooklyn, which is owned by the Kushner Companies, filed a lawsuit that claimed the developer tried to drive them out of the building using tactics like “loud and obnoxious drilling.”
Delrisa Sewell-Henry, 54, waited for the Q25, the first of two buses she took to get to a home health care assignment in Springfield Gardens, Queens.
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