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Trump and Conscience in the Age of Demagogues

By ROGER COHEN

What a brave Jew at a Nazi rally in New York tells us about our times.

Don’t Call St. Nicholas Hockey Club a β€˜Beer League’ Team

By DAVE CALDWELL

Formed in 1896, St. Nick’s was one of the nation’s first amateur hockey clubs. It lives on, Saturday afternoons at Chelsea Piers.

Back in Mets’ Fold, David Wright Yearns to Help Build a Winner

By DAVID WALDSTEIN

The owner Fred Wilpon recruited Wright, who was forced to retire last fall because of chronic injuries, to join other former players as part of a front-office brain trust.

Police Widow Spent $410,000 on Herself That Should Have Gone to Slain Officers’ Families, Officials Say

By ASHLEY SOUTHALL

Lorraine Shanley spent $8,000 on concert tickets, including $1,400 for a Barbra Streisand concert, among other personal expenditures, according to prosecutors.

Buying Your First Home? Save, and Save Some More

By CHRISTINA CARON

The dream of owning a home in New York City can seem unattainable, especially for first-time buyers in need of a hefty down payment.

Seduced by Singapore’s Charismatic Orchids

By WILLIAM L. HAMILTON

For its annual orchid display, the New York Botanical Garden has drawn inspiration from Southeast Asia. Rich beauty abounds.

WATCH: Man slugs woman on city sidewalk in seemingly random attack

By Stephen Sorace

Authorities in New York City are searching for a man who brutally punched a woman in her head in an unprovoked assault as she walked along a sidewalk in Brooklyn earlier this month, authorities said Wednesday.

β€˜Snapchat dysmorphia’ behind booming Brazilian butt lift demand

By Richard Morgan

“Snapchat dysmorphia” drove the plastic surgery business to record heights last year, as a growing number of Americans presented their doctors with filtered selfies and the instruction: “I want to look like this.”

β€˜Snapchat dysmorphia’ behind booming Brazilian butt lift demand

By Richard Morgan

“Snapchat dysmorphia” drove the plastic surgery business to record heights last year, as a growing number of Americans presented their doctors with filtered selfies and the instruction: “I want to look like this.”

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