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Objects From New York’s Buried Past Find a New Home in Midtown

The Landmarks Preservation Commission is opening a center devoted to the city’s archaeological collection, a repository that will house more than one million artifacts.

Fire Dept. Chief Killed in Bronx Blast Is Recalled as Family Man and ‘Rising...

Chief Michael J. Fahy, 44, quickly climbed the ranks of the Fire Department, only to become the 1,145th firefighter to die in the line of duty.

Union Boss (and Former Miss America) Hits the Road in ‘Fun Home’

Kate Shindle will portray lesbian cartoonist Alison Bechdel in the traveling production of the Tony-winning musical while also leading Actors’ Equity.

Trump and Clinton Discuss Alicia Machado

During Monday’s presidential debate, Hillary Clinton quoted insults that Alicia Machado, a Miss Universe pageant winner, attributed to Donald J. Trump, while Mr. Trump showed disbelief at the insinuations.

Bones Unearthed in Finger Lakes Backyard Are Those of Long-Dead Inmates

A homeowner working in his backyard in July made the gruesome discovery: human remains buried more than a century ago by the local state prison.

Trump as ‘Role Model’? Kelly Ayotte Says She Misspoke

After praising Donald J. Trump during a debate in her Senate race, Ms. Ayotte tried to walk back her remarks, but it did not quiet critics on social media.

9 New Books We Recommend This Week

Suggested reading by the editors of The New York Times Book Review.

Fact-Checking the First Debate Live

Our team of reporters is fact-checking Hillary Clinton and Donald J. Trump on the economy, trade and other issues.

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: ‘If I Sleep for an Hour, 30 People Will Die’

A World War II hero saved the lives of rebels and refugees. Now it’s our turn.

Common Sense: How Donald Trump Turned the Tax Code Into a Giant Tax Shelter

If Mr. Trump’s pattern of generating losses and using them to offset other income has continued, as seems likely, it’s obvious why he has not released his tax returns: because he hasn’t paid any taxes.

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Ex-diplomat on why Putin aims to “chip away at American influence”

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Public sector pay cap under review, No 10 suggests

Ministers hint the 1% limit could be lifted as a Labour move to scrap it is defeated in Parliament. Source: BBC