N.Y. Today: How New York Is Preparing for an Influx of Out-of-State Abortion Patients

When New York legalized abortion in 1970, nearly two-thirds of New York City's abortions were .

Police Fatally Shoot a Man in the Bronx, Officials Say

The death came just days after officers in the borough killed a 25-year-old man who officials said had fired first during a chase.

By Chelsia Rose Marcius and Ed Shanahan

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Surge in Virus Cases Puts Most of New York State on High Alert

C.D.C. guidelines suggest most people in the state should wear masks indoors, including in schools, although New York City cases remained lower.

By Lola Fadulu

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What Happened When a Conservative Jewish Group Invited DeSantis to Speak

The Florida governor received a last-minute invitation to appear at a conference at a prominent Jewish museum in New York City. Then the whole thing fell apart.

By Liam Stack

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How a New Pro-Israel Group Aims to Sway N.Y. Elections

The organization, the New York Solidarity Network, views itself as a counterweight to the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement and the Democratic Socialists of America.

By Dana Rubinstein

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