N.Y. Today: For the First Time in 232 Years, a Black Prosecutor Leads a Storied Office

Damian Williams is now the most powerful federal law enforcement official in Manhattan.

The 40-Year Mystery of Smutty Smiff and the Missing Rockabilly Bass

The improbable tale of how a unique instrument went missing in 1982 and ended up in a pawnshop a few miles from where it was lost.

By Helene Stapinski

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Passenger's 'Erratic Behavior' Draws Emergency Response at La Guardia

A flight from Indianapolis declared an emergency and landed after a passenger acted suspiciously, officials said.

By Alyssa Lukpat and Precious Fondren

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METROPOLITAN DIARY

'As the Train Rattled Across the Manhattan Bridge, I Shut My Eyes'

An invisible voice on the Q, a special delivery in the rain and more reader tales of New York City in this week's Metropolitan Diary.

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How a Drug Policy Activist Spends Her Sundays

For Kassandra Frederique, it's all about being outside, listening to soothing music and chatting up her girlfriends.

By Tammy La Gorce

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