N.Y. Today: He Was Going to Close the Family Diner. Then He Got a Sign.

Chris Panayiotou was lost without his father. The remarkable gesture of a stranger helped him heal.

What We Found in Robert Caro’s Yellowed Files

The author of “The Power Broker” and a multivolume biography of L.B.J. is giving awed archivists — and New York — access to more than 50 years of research.

By Dan Barry

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Preserving New York’s Ties to the Underground Railroad

Safe houses and other structures used in the fight against slavery were often clandestine, and survivors today can be difficult to document. But there’s a 19th-century house in Washington Heights …

By John Freeman Gill

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How the Wealthy Are Maneuvering to Get the Vaccine First

They probably won’t have much success. But that won’t stop them from trying.

By Ginia Bellafante

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How the Head of a Vaccine Research Clinic Spends Her Sundays

Dr. Stephanie Sterling, an infectious disease expert, treats patients and oversees vaccination efforts and trials.

By Alix Strauss

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