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N.Y. Shuts Down Hasidic Wedding That Could Have Had 10,000 Guests

The ultra-Orthodox synagogue in Brooklyn accused state officials of “unwarranted attacks” on the wedding.
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Remembering Jim Dwyer

A farewell to the late Pulitzer Prize-winning Times journalist.
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Homes That Sold for $550,000, or Less

Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.
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Pastors wrapped in Torah: Why so many Christians are appropriating Jewish ritual

Pastors wrapped in Torah: Why so many Christians are appropriating Jewish ritual
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‘I Quickly Realized I Now Had to Pedal For the Weight of Two Men’

A beer delivery in Brooklyn, an emergency saxophone repair and more reader tales of New York City in this week’s Metropolitan Diary.
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N.Y.C. Was Once a Bastion of G.O.P. Moderates. Then Trump Came Along.

For decades, Republicans in Manhattan carved out a niche by embracing socially liberal causes. President Trump’s election destroyed that centrism.
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Senior Judges Being Terminated Under Judiciary Budget Cut Said to Be Mulling Lawsuit

A retired state Supreme Court justice and a New York litigator with knowledge of the talks say that some of the 46 senior judges being cut by the state court system have been in discussions about the…
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'A Big Divide': Why Some Associates Are Struggling as Others Excel—and What Firms Can Do About It

'A Big Divide': Why Some Associates Are Struggling as Others Excel—and What Firms Can Do About It

This week's podcast is a conversation between Law.com business of law reporter Patrick Smith and Stephanie Biderman, a managing director of global consultancy Major Lindsey & Africa. 
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Supreme Court Should Reject Trump's Request for Stay of Grand Jury Subpoena, Manhattan DA Argues

On its second trip through the federal courts, Trump's attorney William Consovoy of Consovoy McCarthy has argued that the subpoena, which covers eight years of the president's financial records, is..…
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Can This Billionaire Save N.Y.’s Senate Republicans?

Ronald Lauder is spending millions of dollars to defeat Democratic state senators, whose party is tantalizingly close to a supermajority.
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Brooklyn Federal Judge Upholds Cuomo's Order Restricting Religious Gatherings in 'Red Zones'

U.S. Nicholas Garaufis, finding the Cuomo administration policy had its basis in science, denied the Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn's request for a preliminary injunction that would have allowed more..…
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2nd Circuit Upholds Attorney's Conviction for Helping Bribe Murder Trial Witness

The ruling came in a consolidated appeal by John Scarpa Jr. and Scott Brettschneider, a fellow defense attorney who was convicted for his role in a plot to potentially reduce a client's drug sentence…
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