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The New York Area Was Nearly Paralyzed by 6 Inches of Snow. What Went Wrong?

An early snowstorm led to recriminations and second-guessing on Friday about what exactly went wrong.
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De Blasio Fires Investigations Chief, Citing Abuse of Power

The mayor on Friday removed Mark Peters, New York City’s chief watchdog, a personnel move rarely seen at City Hall.
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Judge Questions If MTA Bid to Disqualify Lawyer Over Public Forum Participation Chills Free-Speech

Attorneys for the MTA argue that David Roth, who represents a woman who lost an arm and a leg in 2016 after she fainted on a subway platform and fell in front of an oncoming train, broke ethics rules…
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How Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is Bringing Her Instagram Followers Into the Political Process

The incoming congresswoman has given her followers the type of behind-the-scenes look at congressional orientation that’s not usually broadcast.
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2018 Felix A. Fishman Awards

2018 Felix A. Fishman Awards

New York Lawyers for the Public Interest (NYLPI) honored Gene Russianoff, senior attorney with the New York Public Interest Research Group's Straphangers 
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New York Law School Gala

New York Law School Gala

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Jerry Ohlinger, Colorful Dealer in Film Memorabilia, Dies at 75

Mr. Ohlinger’s Movie Material Store in Manhattan was famous for its whimsical clutter and its vast collection of posters and stills.
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Glenn Lowry, MoMA Director, Will Continue Through 2025

The museum leader had suggested he would retire after the expanded museum building opens in 2019. He will stay in his post for seven more years.
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‘Not a Soul Taking Control’: How a Storm in the New York Area Upended the Night

As residents recovered and demanded an explanation, The Times asked readers to share their experiences. We’re continuing to collect information and provide updates as they become available.
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ICE Hit With Proposed Class Action Over Lengthy Detention Spells for Immigrants

According to the suit, filed in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York on behalf of an immigrant who has been locked up in Orange County, the median wait time for immigration..…
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SCOTUS Grants Cert to Mull NY AG's Ability to Depose Cabinet Sec. in Census Case

SCOTUS Grants Cert to Mull NY AG's Ability to Depose Cabinet Sec. in Census Case

The nation's high court set a briefing schedule over the question of a lower court's ability to expand the discovery process, with oral arguments scheduled in February. 
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Ex-Dewey CFO Leaves Jail After Greenspoon Marder Pays $1M Fine, Lawyer Says

Ex-Dewey CFO Leaves Jail After Greenspoon Marder Pays $1M Fine, Lawyer Says

"They think he's a tremendous individual,” Joel Sanders' attorney said about Greenspoon, where Sanders now works. 
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L.A. Braces For Biggest Ever Pro-Palestinian Student Conference

Students for Justice in Palestine has been accused of anti-Semitism, but also has many Jewish members.
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Milton Mollen Commitment to Excellence Award Winners

Milton Mollen Commitment to Excellence Award Winners

The Milton Mollen Commitment to Excellence Awards were presented on Wednesday, Nov. 14 at the Second Department Courthouse in Brooklyn. 
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How Employers Are Responding to New York's New Anti-Sexual Harassment Laws

In April 2018, New York state enacted an anti-sexual harassment law with various requirements for employers. Six months later, the New York State Department of Labor issued guidance, including model.…
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