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Today β€” December 14th 2019Your RSS feeds

G.O.P. Senators Flood the Exits in N.Y., and Party Woes Deepen

By Jesse McKinley

In the last two weeks, four Republican state senators have said they will step down in 2020, giving Democrats hope of winning a supermajority.

Mets’ Yoenis Cespedes Is Said to Take a Pay Cut After Ranch Injury

By Kevin Armstrong

Cespedes, who has not played in a game since July 2018, agreed to an amended contract because of an injury he sustained in May at his ranch in Florida.

JPMorgan Chase C.E.O. Says It Needs to Do More to Tackle Racism

By Aimee Ortiz

The comments came days after The New York Times published a report detailing allegations of racism at branches of JPMorgan in the Phoenix area.

$625,000 Settlement for Woman Whose Child Was Torn From Her Arms

By Nikita Stewart

Jazmine Headley sued over a confrontation with New York City workers that was captured in a widely seen video.

Giants Cut Janoris Jenkins After He Used Slur in Twitter Exchange With a Fan

By Neil Vigdor

The team said the cornerback’s refusal to acknowledge his “offensive” language factored in his release.

Facing Homeless Crisis, New York Aims for 1,000 New Apartments a Year

By Nikita Stewart, Jeffery C. Mays and Matthew Haag

A law would mandate that affordable-housing projects built with city assistance must have 15 percent of the apartments reserved for the homeless.

Yesterday β€” December 13th 2019Your RSS feeds

How the Tessa Majors Killing Rattled a Campus

By Corey Kilgannon

The fatal stabbing has revived a sense of danger about Morningside Park, which had been feeling safer.

The Biggest Winner of the Winter Meetings? Scott Boras

By Tyler Kepner

The high-profile agent negotiated three deals in three days worth a combined $814 million, part of a free-agent market that is much hotter than it was the last two years.

Pete Buttigieg Is Met With Protests as He Opens His Fund-Raisers to Press

By Matt Stevens

Liberal activists have dogged Mr. Buttigieg’s high-dollar fund-raisers with calls of “Wall Street Pete,” in a sign of bubbling frustration with his candidacy.

Yankees Re-Sign Brett Gardner for a 13th Season

By James Wagner

The 36-year-old outfielder was drafted by the team in 2005 and is now the last link in uniform to the 2009 championship team.

The Biggest Winner of the Winter Meetings? Scott Boras

By Tyler Kepner

The high-profile agent negotiated three deals in three days worth a combined $814 million, part of a free-agent market that is much hotter than it was the last two years.

Before yesterdayYour RSS feeds

The SNAP Rule Will Cause More Hunger Than We Can Handle

By Margarette Purvis

I run a food bank and I know no amount of charity will make up for this cruel policy.

The Astros Investigation Is Making the Off-Season Awkward for Everyone

By Tyler Kepner

As executives and managers gathered for baseball’s winter meetings this week, the sprawling inquiry into allegations of electronic sign stealing has led to plenty of uncomfortable questions.

A School Empowers a Single Mother of a Girl With Autism

By Sara Aridi

For years, Angela Terrero was anxious about raising her daughter, Astrid. Then she found a children’s center that supported them both.

Jersey City Shooting: What We Know So Far

By Rebecca Liebson

One of the attackers had expressed anti-Semitic and anti-police views online, investigators said, sentiments that fueled the assault on a kosher market. 

With Injuries Galore, the Ravens and Jets Matchup Could Get Ugly

By Benjamin Hoffman

Baltimore is favored by a comical margin at home, but there are enough players missing that the anticipated blowout may not happen.

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