By ANNIE CORREAL and ANDY NEWMAN
What you need to know for Thursday: a return to winter temperatures, and the aftermath of a deadly building collapse.
By MARC SANTORA
A large explosion caused by a gas leak destroyed two buildings in East Harlem on Wednesday, killing at least seven people and injuring at least two dozen more.
By COREY KILGANNON and SARAH MASLIN NIR
The building collapse in Harlem instantaneously trapped people in rubble and just as quickly sent residents into the street to help.
By N. R. KLEINFIELD and NIKITA STEWART
After an explosion in East Harlem, relatives of missing people were making phone calls and checking hospitals, trying to keep hope alive.
By NIKITA STEWART
The two buildings that were wiped out by an explosion had been fixtures on their block in East Harlem since 1910.
By PATRICK McGEEHAN
The only sign of trouble that Consolidated Edison received before the explosion in East Harlem on Wednesday was a call from a customer on upper Park Avenue who had been smelling gas since Tuesday night.
By MATT FLEGENHEIMER
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority said some of Metro-North Railroad’s New Haven and Harlem line service into and out of Grand Central Terminal would be restored after it was suspended earlier.
The study will follow 4,000 children to see if curriculum can create lasting improvement in students’ skills and a likelihood to persevere academically.
By BENJAMIN WEISER
Lawyers for Sulaiman Abu Ghaith, who is on trial on terrorism charges, sought permission from a judge to present the document, a full summary of his interrogation, to the jury.
By JAD MOUAWAD
Citing the potential impact on public health, a moratorium was ordered on the expansion of oil processing facilities at the Port of Albany.
By WINNIE HU
Some of the elders of the genre want to underscore its Bronx roots by opening a museum — to be called the Universal Hip Hop Museum — inside the Kingsbridge Armory.