The artist Daniel Arsham, 35, and his wife, Stephanie, at home in Battery Park City, Manhattan.
Mopping up after the water main break at Kennedy Airport in New York on Sunday.
At her final meeting as a member of the City Council, Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito oversaw passage of two contentious police-reform bills.
Dr. Maya Shetreat-Klein with her dog, Leo, in Riverdale Park in the Bronx.
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo speaking at the Mount Neboh Baptist Church in Harlem. His Democratic rival, Cynthia Nixon, is trying to win away the support of black voters.
Fifty years ago, David Santiago’s family was one of 1,800 forced out of its Lower East Side building for an urban renewal project that stalled for decades. Last month, Mr. Santiago became one of 14 original tenants who are moving into new buildings on the site.
Deyuin, Jamelin and Lester, ages 6, 9 and 11, at Cayuga Centers in Manhattan.
Gregg Singer in his office in the building that was once P.S. 64, once Charas, and now, except for him, vacant.
Liuba Grechen Shirley, center, a Democratic newcomer, is challenging the Republican Peter T. King, who has represented Long Islanders in Congress for 25 years.
When the L train shutdown was announced in 2016, a number of Brooklyn residents who lived along the line moved.
Howard Bloom in Park Slope, Brooklyn.
André Sayegh, who was sworn in on Sunday as mayor of Paterson, said he wants to increase the number of visitors to the Great Falls, now designated a national park. He also hopes to lure a hotel to New Jersey’s third-largest city.
Mayor Bill de Blasio on Tuesday traveled to Newark to appear with that city’s mayor, Ras Baraka, to help introduce a housing initiative modeled after a similar one in New York.
The argument by Michael Avenatti, the lawyer for Stephanie Clifford, the pornographic film star known as Stormy Daniels, hinges on a blank signature line above the alias used for Donald J. Trump, David Dennison, on a non-disclosure agreement.
At the Booker T. Washington Middle School, less than a quarter of the students are black or Hispanic, in a district where children from those groups make up half the population.
President Trump’s visit to upstate New York on Monday began at Fort Drum, where he was greeted by a 21-gun salute and military helicopters buzzing overhead.
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