N.Y. Today: Rare Case of Polio Prompts Alarm and an Urgent Investigation in New York

Health officials in Rockland County offered pop-up polio vaccinations and urged the public to ge.

Liz Holtzman Wants Another Crack at Congress, 50 Years Later

She shattered glass ceilings, voted to impeach Nixon and helped chase out Nazis. But can Ms. Holtzman overcome one more political hurdle: her age?

By Nicholas Fandos

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G.O.P. Assails N.Y. Bail Laws After Suspect in Zeldin Attack Is Released

The suspect confronted Representative Lee Zeldin, the Republican candidate for governor, with a sharp weapon as he spoke at a political rally.

By Nicholas Fandos, Jonah E. Bromwich and Lauren D'Avolio

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Jail Officer Charged in Killing Claims Gel Pellets Felt Like Glass Shards

The officer said he fired defensively at a car in the Bronx after being hit with pellets from what turned out to be a toy gun. An 18-year-old man was killed.

By Chelsia Rose Marcius

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Man Charged With Threatening Racist Violence Against Buffalo Supermarket

The arrest of the man, in Washington State, came a week after the reopening of a different Buffalo grocery store where a gunman killed 10 Black people in May.

By Hurubie Meko

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