Mr. Weinstein is expected to turn himself in to the police on Friday to face first- and third-degree rape charges, law enforcement officials said.
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The 77-year-old driver attempted a U-turn on a New Jersey highway after missing the exit for Waterloo Village, the authorities said.
Ms. Nixon faces a challenge to expand her appeal beyond the faction of die-hard activists who dislike Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo’s lackluster response to an ambitious plan to fix the subway led to questions about his support for the system’s new leader.
At a hiring fair in Manhattan, eager applicants are not picky about the work and the pay.
A trove of City Hall emails, released under court order, shows a mayor sensitive to news media criticism and quick to lash out at aides.
Lawyers are battling over the release of a letter that says statements by Mr. Durst were “replete with omissions and inaccuracies.”
New York City officials surprised beachgoers and businesses by closing a popular stretch of Rockaway Beach days before the start of beach season.
Four years ago Gov. Andrew Cuomo invented a political party to attract female voters. In the #metoo moment, will women fall for a political shell company?
But jurors in the corruption case are still deliberating charges against the former Nassau County executive, Edward P. Mangano, and his wife.
Dispensing with New York cool to pay an actress a compliment.
A new art class, Pet Portrait Fun, lets dog owners make striking watercolor portraits — with a little help a professional sketch artist.
Every year in a cemetery in Queens, Scott Joplin fans make a pilgrimage to pay homage to a giant of American music — and to make sure he is never forgotten again.
The flavors of Myanmar, a play of light and dark, earth and brine, sourness and heat, are on display at the chef Amy Tun’s understated spot in Gravesend, Brooklyn.
Two children’s literature experts consider what works in the Broadway play — for kids, sure, but for grown-ups too.
Developers converting prewar buildings into condominiums have turned to historians to help bring the historic cachet to life.
One square foot can cost more than $5,000 on average in New York City’s most expensive condo buildings.
This week’s properties are in NoMad, Greenwich Village and Brooklyn Heights.
This week’s properties include a five-bedroom house in Wall Township, N.J., and a two-bedroom townhouse in Southport, Conn.
Thursday: reactions to our affordable housing investigation, Fleet Week and the opening of the Brooklyn Bridge.
In 1988, Mr. Kravitz moved one floor below Michael Goldstein’s apartment in SoHo. Soon, the former music publicist, who had worked closely with Jimi Hendrix, would become a mentor and father figure to Mr. Kravitz.