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Queens Prosecutors Ignored Misconduct for Years. Can a New D.A. Change That?

The crimes were heinous, the punishments severe: A Latino man was sentenced to 40 years to life for murdering two people at a nightclub in…

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The Surprising Places in NYC Where Trump’s Support Grew

In a heavily Dominican section of the West Bronx, where more than three-quarters of the population is Latino, Mr. Trump won just 5 percent of…

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Sandra Lindsay, the First to Be Vaccinated, Hopes to Persuade Skeptics

“This is a historic moment, potentially the beginning of the end,” Michael Dowling, president and chief executive of Northwell Health, said of the vaccination that…

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Tenants Sue Trump Over Scheme That Drove Up Their Rents

President Trump will face a raft of potential legal challenges when he leaves office — from, among others, the Manhattan district attorney, the New York…

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Cuomo Attacks Supreme Court’s Emboldened Majority Over Virus Ruling

ALBANY, N.Y. — Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo accused the U.S. Supreme Court of political partisanship on Thursday after the justices narrowly rejected his coronavirus-based restrictions…

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Cuomo Attacks Supreme Court’s Emboldened Majority Over Virus Ruling

ALBANY, N.Y. — Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo accused the U.S. Supreme Court of political partisanship on Thursday after the justices narrowly rejected his coronavirus-based restrictions…

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