N.Y. Today: Conflict Quickly Emerges Between Top Prosecutor and Police Commissioner

A memo by New York City's new police leader sharply questioned Manhattan's new district attorney.

The number of New York State hospitals that must cancel elective surgeries grows to 40.

By Andrés R. Martínez

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Connecticut High School Hockey Player Dies After Fall on the Rink

Teddy Balkind, a sophomore at St. Luke's School, died after he fell and his neck was cut by another player's skate, police and school officials said.

By Troy Closson

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Notes From the End of a Very Long Life

With the death of Ruth Willig at 98, a Times series on a set of the oldest New Yorkers — chronicled over seven years in 21 articles — offers their lessons on living with loss.

By John Leland

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How a Mobile Covid Tester Spends Her Sundays

After losing her sister to the disease, Jona Tajonera wanted to help others. Now, she operates up to 20 testing sites across the city.

By Alyson Krueger

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Is New York Ready for the Mayor of Swagger?

Eric Adams begins his term selling us on style — the alpha public servant, efficient and full of brash confidence.

By Ginia Bellafante

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