Senator Cory Booker, who has found himself increasingly on the national stage, has been crisscrossing his home state to stump for Congressional candidates.
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The president is residing at Trump Tower during the United Nations General Assembly. Dump trucks, street closures and security checkpoints are in place.
Though it appears destructive, fire in the New Jersey Pinelands is a force of renewal.
Heavy rains Tuesday afternoon contributed to flash floods, slowing or stopping travel and leading to many rescues.
Representative Chris Collins released a television ad featuring a video of his opponent, Nate McMurray, speaking in Korean.
The race for Senator Robert Menendez’s seat has proved competitive in deeply blue New Jersey. His Republican opponent, Bob Hugin, built his career in the pharmaceutical industry.
Aaron Carr uses public data to uncover what he says is bad behavior by building owners, and the failure of city and state agencies to punish it.
Can seven insurgent State Senate candidates, fresh off Democratic primary victories, be enough of a catalyst for progressive change?
Representative Sean Patrick Maloney, who just lost a Democratic primary for New York attorney general, finds himself right back on the campaign trail.
In its new, larger space, Kyo Pang’s homage to the cuisine of Malaysian coffee parlors is still compelling, even when there’s no coffee.
Chicken francese is quick, lemony, buttery Italian-American comfort food.
Mr. Ogrodnek, who took a break after closing Dover last year, will return with a cafe in the new Sister City hotel.
Tuesday: Traffic near the United Nations and National Voter Registration Day.
Carrying forward a family tradition of summering at the shore with a new chapter — and a new house — in Montauk, N.Y.
Ilya Vett told the police that he was “making the gun as a gift” for his brother, according to a criminal complaint.
Demonstrations and walkouts took place in solidarity with Christine Blasey Ford and Deborah Ramirez, who have accused the Supreme Court nominee of sexual misconduct.
New York’s transformation as a playground for the rich has paradoxically left it with a retail culture that offers less luxury to experience.
Delays abound, but the system’s leader says the Metropolitan Transportation Authority is “turning the corner where we need to turn it.”
Trained as an educator, Ms. Nelson spent 40 years performing music from across the African diaspora as the leader of Women of the Calabash.
The 11th annual festival features an evening with the chefs Giada De Laurentiis and Alex Guarnaschelli.