New York Nightmare: Man Falls Through Sidewalk Into Rat-Filled Chasm

“Rats crawling on him, he can’t move,” said the brother of the man, who was rescued after about 30 minutes and remains hospitalized in stable condition.

Suburban Home Sales Boom as People Move Out of N.Y.C.

Buyers worried about the health risks of living in packed urban neighborhoods seek the space and land the city can't provide.

Yale Professor Jed Rubenfeld Suspended After Sexual Harassment Inquiry

Jed Rubenfeld, a high-profile professor who helped students obtain sought-after clerkships, denied he had harassed anyone.

Police Records, No Longer Secret, Shed Light on Misconduct

Nearly 324,000 complaints against police officers were published online. The Times's police bureau chief explains what that means.