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Today β€” October 19th 2019Your RSS feeds

β€˜He’s Given Everything’: C.C. Sabathia’s Career Ends in Pain

By Bob Klapisch

Sabathia, one of the Yankees’ most respected veterans, walked off the mound for the final time in less-than-ideal circumstances: with an injured arm during a dreary postseason loss.

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Saquon Barkley Return Raises Hopes for Giants Offense

By Danielle Allentuck

The Pro Bowl running back had spent four weeks rehabbing a high ankle sprain.

J.D. Salinger, Unbound

By Alexandra Alter

A new exhibit at the New York Public Library offers an unprecedented glimpse into the novelist’s creative process and private life.

Rikers Island: The Closing of the Notorious Jail, Explained

By Aaron Randle

Friday: New York’s notorious jail complex will be closed for good. Here’s where the inmates are going, and how the city plans to make it happen.

The Fight to Desegregate New York Schools

Can the largest public school system in the U.S. educate students fairly if it’s also one of the most segregated?

Astros Holding Off Yankees in Game 4: Live Updates

By Benjamin Hoffman

Both teams got an extra day of rest when the game was rained out on Wednesday, allowing Zack Greinke to start for Houston and Masahiro Tanaka to take the mound for the Yankees.

N.Y.C. Votes to Close Rikers. Now Comes the Hard Part.

By Matthew Haag

The City Council approved a sweeping $8 billion plan to close the troubled jail complex and replace it with four smaller jails by 2026, an aggressive timeline that will prove challenging.

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How the Astros Beat the Yankees in Game 4 of the A.L.C.S.

By James Wagner and Benjamin Hoffman

The Yankees failed to come up with crucial hits against Zack Greinke and the Astros’ relievers, and Houston took a commanding three-games-to-one lead in the series.

The Liberty Are Moving to Brooklyn

By The Associated Press

The W.N.B.A. team, which played in Westchester County, N.Y., for two seasons after years at Madison Square Garden, will join the Nets at Barclays Center.

Why Ocasio-Cortez Is Endorsing Sanders

By Andrea Salcedo and Azi Paybarah

Thursday: She was a relatively unknown organizer on his 2016 campaign. This weekend, she'll star at his campaign rally in Queens.

Lending a Hand, in New York and Beyond

By Elisha Brown and Sara Aridi

The New York Times Neediest Cases Fund kicks off its 108th annual campaign, adding Feeding America as a beneficiary.

Astros Play the Long Game, and So Far It’s Working

By Michael Powell

The Yankees’ fearsome lineup is learning what the statistics show clearly: Houston’s three aces get better as the innings pile up.

Chelsea Clinton Says She Won’t Run for Congress in 2020

By Vivian Wang

In her first public comments since Representative Nita Lowey announced her retirement, Ms. Clinton said she was not considering running to replace her.

For Yankees, Rainout Complicates the A.L.C.S. Pitching Plan

By James Wagner

With Wednesday’s Game 4 postponed a day, the Yankees and Astros could end up playing on four straight days — a stretch that could test the Yankees’ reliance on their bullpen.

For Yankees, Rainout Complicates the A.L.C.S. Pitching Plan

By James Wagner

With Wednesday’s Game 4 postponed a day, the Yankees and Astros could end up playing on four straight days — a stretch that could test the Yankees’ reliance on their bullpen.

Rikers Would Close in Historic Plan to Remake N.Y. Jail System

By Matthew Haag

The City Council is expected to approve an $8 billion plan on Thursday to close the complex by 2026 and build four new jails that could become a national model.

Gerrit Cole Imposes His Will on the Yankees

By Michael Powell

For a brief moment, it appeared the Yankees had an opening against Cole. But he was still on the mound in the seventh inning, still dominating New York’s fearsome lineup.

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