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Wednesday: Discussions on the potential legalization of marijuana, and Photoville in Brooklyn. Read more

The settlement is believed to be one of the largest ever awarded to victims of sexual abuse in the Roman Catholic Church. Read more

Senator Simcha Felder has been painted by some as a traitor for being a Democrat who sits with the Republicans, but voters do not seem to care. Read more

The democratic socialist lied. And lied. And lied. Then she won handily in Brooklyn. Read more

“Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power” at the Brooklyn Museum shows how black artists were galvanized during a time of social and political unrest. Read more

A retired detective and seven officers are accused of overseeing a criminal enterprise in Brooklyn, Queens and Long Island. Read more

A little help on a crowded uptown bus, imagining what’s in the Gowanus Canal and more reader tales from this week’s Metropolitan Diary. Read more

Thousands of people could have their misdemeanor warrants and low-level convictions vacated under new initiatives in Manhattan and Brooklyn. Read more

The City Council member from Brooklyn can bring welcome change to Albany. Read more

Julio C. Ayala, 18, was arraigned on Sunday on charges that he raped the girl in her bed after breaking into her second-floor bedroom window. Read more

New projects in Williamsburg, Brooklyn and Columbus Circle, bring British chefs and restaurateurs to New York. Read more

Dr. Thomas R. Frieden, who headed the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for eight years, was also charged with forcible touching and harassment of a Brooklyn woman, the police  Read more

The plan for District 15 — which includes Park Slope, Sunset Park and Red Hook — would scrap the screened admissions process for middle school students and replace it with  Read more

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