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  1. getting around
    Can Transit Ambassadors Make the Subway Safer Just by Being There?Los Angeles and other cities are trying to find out if better customer service offers an alternative to policing.
  2. street fights
    The Saga of the Park Slope Dog Murderer Is Never-endingLet us catch you up.
  3. crime
    The Bees of WrathRorie Woods knew foreclosure all too well. And when her friend was evicted, she rushed over with a venomous posse.
  4. mysteries
    What We Know About ‘The Watcher’ Case Four Years LaterRevisiting the investigation on the eve of the Netflix series.
  5. crime
    The East Hampton Star Police Blotter Is the Best Publication on EarthSuspicious hamburgers, mixed-up Jeeps, and a novelist with 911 on speed dial.
  6. action item
    How to Help the Uvalde CommunityFrom supporting Robb Elementary School families to pressing for gun-control legislation.
  7. our mayor
    The Strange Case of the Mayor, a Bishop, and the Alleged Q Train ShooterFraudulent car loans are also tangentially involved.
  8. crime
    A List of Everywhere Frank James Allegedly Went Before He Was CaughtFrom Dimes to Katz’s Deli to McDonald’s?
  9. brooklyn subway shooting
    ‘From Now On, I’m Super-Aware’Sunset Park neighbors speak about yesterday’s shootings.
  10. crime
    ‘That’s the Guy’Talking to Saifee Hardware manager Francisco Puebla about helping to bring in alleged subway shooter Frank R. James.
  11. what we know
    What We Know About the Brooklyn Subway ShootingFrank James, the accused gunman, was arrested in the East Village thanks to tipsters.
  12. crime
    How the Alleged Brooklyn Subway Shooter Was CaughtDetective work and tipsters nabbed Frank James, who has been hit with federal terrorism charges.
  13. gallery
    The Photographer Who Captured the Brooklyn Subway Shooting“​​I was panicking along with everybody else.”
  14. criminal justice
    The Case Against Bail Reform Was Always a Tabloid MirageFor the rollback to succeed, New Yorkers would have to be made to feel afraid of where they live.
  15. housing
    The Cruel Theater of Encampment SweepsAdams’s task force cleared hundreds of sites. Five people accepted a bed.
  16. crime
    What Made the ‘MoMA Stabber’ Snap?And why do so many people want the reason to be homelessness?
  17. crime
    Everything We Know About Lauren Pazienza, Suspect in Singing Coach’s DeathBy all accounts, she lived an ordinary life, but neighbors and former classmates remember her as someone with a penchant for confrontation.
  18. crime
    Suspect Arrested in Shootings of Unhoused Men in NYC and D.C.Law-enforcement officers in D.C. arrested a suspect on Tuesday morning, following an extensive search.
  19. shady deals
    Checking Out the Scene at Paul Manafort’s Foreclosure AuctionFeaturing a surprising number of people in wraparound sunglasses.
  20. retailing
    Shoplifters Aren’t the Reason New York’s Chain Pharmacies Are ClosingNational retail trends, not boosts, are to blame.
  21. crime
    The Return of New York’s Most Notorious CopsThe new mayor and police commissioner want to fight gun crime by bringing back anti-crime units, which were disbanded after a history of abuse.
  22. getting around
    Be Safe Out There, Junior BankersWalking and subwaying are maybe dangerous!
  23. crime
    The Murders Down the Hall393 Powell Street was a peaceful home, until residents started dying in brutal, mysterious ways.
  24. crime
    Robert Durst Found Guilty of Murdering FriendThe real-estate heir was convicted of first-degree murder for killing Susan Berman in 2000 in an attempt to conceal how he had murdered his wife.
  25. crime
    The Plight of New York City’s Violence InterruptorsOne of the deadliest New York summers in recent memory is testing the alternative to police.
  26. crime
    Everything We Know About the Nashville ExplosionOn Christmas morning, an explosive detonated inside an RV parked in downtown Nashville. Officials have identified the bomber as Anthony Quinn Warner.