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Brooklyn grandparents were arrested at an upstate Army base when they tried to visit their son — after presenting city-issued ID cards. Read more

The saga of John Giuca, who was convicted of killing a college student, has been heard by several trial and appellate courts. Now it will go before the state’s Court  Read more

The designation of an area of Flatbush sailed through, but the City Council delayed co-naming a street for Jean-Jacques Dessalines, who ordered whites massacred in 1804. Read more

Gitano NYC arrives for the summer; Persian food finds a Brooklyn perch; and other restaurant news. Read more

Attendees wanted a chance to confront Senator Chuck Schumer in person about his plans to obstruct President Trump’s pick to fill a Supreme Court vacancy. Read more

A Brooklyn start-up, Rise Products, is using grain tossed out by craft breweries to make flour that’s showing up in high-end kitchens. Read more

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