The Appraisal: At a Luxury Building on the Upper West Side, the Perks Start at the Curb
The no-parking zone outside 15 Central Park West has become a ritzy, if technically illegal, parking cul-de-sac, but some neighbors donÃ¢ÂÂt welcome the leeway granted by the police.
Boston Marathon to Get New Security Measures
A year after three people were killed and more than 260 injured in twin bombings, the authorities announced new rules to protect the race.
Video: Times Minute | Searching for MH370
Also on the Minute, a generational power divide among Republicans, and the season finale of HBOÃ¢ÂÂs Ã¢ÂÂTrue Detective.Ã¢ÂÂ
False Leads Set Back Hunt for Missing Malaysian Jet
Authorities widen the search area after suspected debris and an oil slick turn out to be unconnected to a Malaysia Airlines flight that vanished Saturday night.
Wall Street Opens Lower on Weak Chinese Trade Data
A decline in Chinese exports stoked fears of a slowdown in the worldÃ¢ÂÂs second-largest economy, with markets in the United States backing off last weekÃ¢ÂÂs positive trend.
Need for Speeders Puts Tiny Florida City on Brink of Erasure
Hampton, Fla., issued tickets with such impunity it drew scrutiny. Now, a dismal audit has legislators threatening to wipe the city off the map.
Ukraine Mounts Diplomatic Offensive
The countryÃ¢ÂÂs interim prime minister, Arseniy P. Yatsenyuk, is to hold talks at the White House and address the United Nations this week.
City Room: New York Today: Spending Those Daylight Savings
What you need to know for Monday: evening light returns, cloudy skies, and the city is sued over charter schools.
Judge Bans Broadcast of Autopsy Testimony at Pistorius Murder Trial
Oscar Pistorius, the double amputee track star, was reported to have vomited during a pathologistÃ¢ÂÂs testimony.
Anger Turns to Frustration Over Missing Jet
Insults and water bottles were thrown at Malaysia Airlines staff in Beijing on Monday over the lack of information about what has happened to Flight MH370.
Search for Jet Compounds the Mystery
Planes and ships from a half-dozen countries joined the search for the plane that vanished with 239 people, including two who apparently used stolen passports to board.
Video: Times Minute | Details for Flight MH370
Also on the Minute, Edward J. Snowden is set to make an appearance at SXSW, and three relatives dominate in college lacrosse.
Nigerians Ask Why Oil Funds Are Missing
In recent years, government commissions, parliamentary inquiries and civil society groups have all pointed to serious shortfalls in the disbursement of oil revenues.
The TV Watch: Ã¢ÂÂTrue DetectiveÃ¢ÂÂ Finds Philosophical Answers by SeasonÃ¢ÂÂs End
The eight-part story in the first season of Ã¢ÂÂTrue DetectiveÃ¢ÂÂ concluded with philosophical questions answered for its heroes, played by Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson.
A Ski Race With Horsepower
Horse culture meets ski culture at the self-proclaimed world skijoring championships in Whitefish, Mont. The event touts itself as the Ã¢ÂÂbiggest party on snow.Ã¢ÂÂ
Use of Public Transit in U.S. Reaches Highest Level Since 1956, Advocates Report
Crediting economic growth and better service, a trade group reported 10.65 billion passenger trips last year despite a drop in gasoline prices.
Staking $1 Billion That Herbalife Will Fail, Then Lobbying to Bring It Down
The activist hedge fund manager William A. Ackman bet a billion dollars on the collapse of the nutritional supplement company Herbalife, then launched an extraordinary campaign to hasten that development.
A Kiev Question: What Became of the Missing?
Since protests began in Ukraine last December, 661 people have been reported missing, and the fates of 272 of them remained unknown late last week.
Jack Belliveau, Explorer of the Brain, Dies at 55
Dr. Belliveau was a Harvard scientist whose quest to capture the quicksilver flare of thought inside a living brain led to the first magnetic resonance image of human brain function.
Retro Report: The Trial That Unleashed Hysteria Over Child Abuse
The McMartin Preschool trial began in 1987 after accusations of sexual abuse and satanic rituals from a mother whose mental instability later became an issue in the case.
Ex-President Wins a Seat in Colombia
ÃÂlvaro Uribe, one of the most vocal critics of peace negotiations between the government and the countryÃ¢ÂÂs main guerrilla group, was elected to the Senate.
Political Memo: Any Thoughts, Mrs. Clinton, on the Year After Next?
As speculation grows about whether Hillary Rodham Clinton will run for president in 2016, so too has a political parlor game of coming up with creative variations on the same question.
El SalvadorÃ¢ÂÂs Presidential Election Close at the Wire
With almost all the vote counted, the governing partyÃ¢ÂÂs candidate, Salvador SÃÂ¡nchez CerÃÂ©n, was fewer than 6,500 votes ahead of his opponent, Norman Quijano.
In the Details of PassengersÃ¢ÂÂ Lives, Signs of Hope and Prosperity
The passengers bound for China on Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 represented a vivid cross-section of a nation well into an economic transformation: artists and corporate salespeople, foreign businesspeople and technology firm employees.
Mexican Drug Lord, Thought Dead in 2010, Is Reported Killed
Nazario Moreno GonzÃÂ¡lez, a leader of a powerful criminal gang now known as the Knights Templar, was likely killed in a shootout with federal forces, Mexican officials said.
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