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Floodwaters rose around a Queens woman in a wheelchair. Then a dramatic rescue.

As they climbed, Ms. Crockett said, Ms. Okoro wept and kept saying, “Your mother, your mother!” When they got onto…

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Classical Music Looks Ahead to a Fall in Flux

You might have thought that a powerhouse institution like Carnegie Hall would want to come roaring back. It says much…

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They Put Everything Into Their Homes. Not One Was Spared in the Flood.

Only a few items from the first floor of the house could be salvaged: a small white christening coat that…

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Review: The Met Opera Reunites, With Mahler’s ‘Resurrection’

The Metropolitan Opera hardly ever plays concerts at home at Lincoln Center. But before Saturday evening, the company had opened…

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Video: New York’s Mayor Outlines Rain-Preparedness Plan

Mayor Bill de Blasio of New York announced new measures for rain emergencies, driven by climate change, including issuing weather-related…

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‘When I Got to the Museum, I Was Told I Could Not Check My Luggage’

Luggage Check Dear Diary: Several years ago, I was walking around Manhattan after visiting my niece in Brooklyn. I planned…

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Video: New Jersey Governor Visits City Where 4 Died From Storm

new video loaded: New Jersey Governor Visits City Where 4 Died From Storm transcript Back transcript New Jersey Governor Visits…

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New Jersey’s Stunning Storm Toll Includes Many Who Drowned in Cars

Hurricane Ida killed at least 25 people in New Jersey — more fatalities than in any other state — as…

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Here’s what to do if your home flooded during Ida.

The remnants of Hurricane Ida and resulting flood on Wednesday dealt a blow to the greater New York region —…

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De Blasio’s plan to evacuate basement apartments doesn’t do enough, critics say.

In the wake of the deaths of 13 people in New York City from this week’s flooding, most of them…

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