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Local news and multimedia about New York. Breaking news and multimedia about its people, politics and economy from The New York Times.

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For Bombing Suspect, a Life Split Between Bangladesh and Brooklyn
In some ways, Akayed Ullah accustomed himself to life in the United States. But that did not keep him from raging against his adopted country.

City Agrees to Pay Rikers Inmates It Forced Back Into Solitary Confinement
In a class-action settlement, hundreds of people who were punished for old infractions are eligible to receive up to $200 per day in solitary.

Terror Suspects Become Ammunition in War Over Immigration
Two men accused of recent attacks in New York both came to the country through visa programs that the Trump administration wants to end.

A New Leader for Central Park
The Central Park Conservancy named Elizabeth Smith, a former assistant parks commissioner, to be its president and chief executive.

Republican Assemblyman Enters Race to Challenge Governor Cuomo
Brian Kolb, the Republican minority leader in the State Assembly, likens his bid to become governor to a “Rocky” movie, but other challengers loom.

Subway Tunnel Will Be Closed Entirely in Week After Christmas
For five days, the M and E lines will be shut down between Manhattan and Queens to allow for round-the-clock repairs.

Silver Alert
A poet reflects on how heartbreak unfolds, and then heals.

After Delay, City Council to Take Up Police Reform Bills
Despite opposition, a pair of bills is moving toward passage in the Council, a last-ditch effort by its departing speaker, Melissa Mark-Viverito.

Invasion of the Holiday Houseplant
The poinsettia doesn’t actually grow in New York, despite the evidence in every bodega and office reception area in the city.

Top New York Restaurants of 2017
Pete Wells’s 10 favorites feature cuisines, and chefs, from Uruguay to South Korea.