As other jurisdictions approved laws barring mental health professionals from working to change a minor’s sexual orientation, the state’s attempts languished.
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A whopping 23 people are running for New York City public advocate, including a bitcoin entrepreneur who is known for heckling Mayor de Blasio.
If Joaquín Guzmán Loera, the drug kingpin known as El Chapo, testifies, it would a remarkable moment in a trial already filled with stunning developments.
Students and parents are angered at administrators at Poly Prep Country Day School for the school’s reaction to a video of two students in blackface making racist gestures.
The Hollywood producer and his lawyer parted ways last week. Now Mr. Weinstein is searching for top litigators to defend him against rape charges in May.
Julie Menin brought the Grammys to New York. But now she is overseeing the city’s role in the 2020 census and defending it against federal actions.
Deep under the New York Bay near Brooklyn, there is the start of a tunnel with the potential to change the lives of thousands of New York City commuters. So why hasn’t it happened?
When Reverend Jen was evicted from the Lower East Side, she took her troll gallery with her. Now at an outsider art show at a boutique hotel in NoMad, the trolls are out of storage, at least for a little bit.
A plan to protect the Lower East Side from flooding was just rejected by the city, replaced with a drastic revision that costs twice as much but does not disrupt traffic.
A California transplant discovers how small Manhattan apartments can be.
MCC Theater, an influential but itinerant Off Broadway nonprofit, has finally found a home.
The new K.G.B. Spy Museum houses artifacts that tell the story of the rise of the Soviet Union’s intelligence agency.
After living in unstable living environments until her teenage years, Nakia Vassell is finally making a life of her own.
On the way to the Rainbow Room, a surprise at the movies and more reader tales of New York City in this week’s Metropolitan Diary.
The “Extended Life” program has been expanded thanks to a large grant from the Mellon Foundation.
On Friday, as the beloved store’s shelves approached emptiness before it relocates, it brought in the playwrights Annie Baker and Amy Herzog for a reading.
Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.
A program that helps people break into the hospitality industry gave Michael Dickerson a way to support his children and aim for a better career.
Mr. Glazer often waded into heated debates over contentious issues about race, ethnicity, immigration and education.
State law requires landlords to provide safe, livable homes for their tenants — although in some cases, they can pass along the cost of repairs and improvements.