By ANDY NEWMAN
What you need to know for Tuesday: an intra-borough border war, balmy weather, and a runaway boy returns.
By WILLIAM K. RASHBAUM and KATE ZERNIKE
Federal prosecutors in Manhattan on Friday issued a subpoena for information relating to David Samson, then withdrew it — apparently to clear the way for a federal inquiry in New Jersey.
By KATE ZERNIKE and MATT FLEGENHEIMER
A review of the Port Authority’s operations suggests that it had been turned into a de facto political operation for Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey long before the bridge scandal.
By SHARON OTTERMAN
The leader of the United Methodist Church in New York essentially freed ministers to conduct the still-prohibited ceremony and dropped charges in one case.
By MARC SANTORA
Peter Lanza, whose son Adam committed the mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., spoke about his son’s mental health in an article in The New Yorker.
By MICHAEL M. GRYNBAUM and NIKITA STEWART
On MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” Mayor Bill de Blasio faced pointed questions about his stance on New York charter schools and conceded that his public-relations efforts had to improve.
By MATT FLEGENHEIMER
The man was working on the tracks at 106th Street and Park Avenue early Monday morning, according to the Metropolitan Transportation Authority.
By ANNIE CORREAL
Kareem Granton, 11, who left his home on Wednesday after a spat over chores, was reunited with his mother Monday after a subway rider flagged down a police officer.
By MIREYA NAVARRO
More than three million New York households — over half the state’s renters and one-third of homeowners — cannot afford their homes, the state comptroller’s office disclosed.
By LISA W. FODERARO
The Thunderbolt roller coaster, which city officials said should be ready by Memorial Day, will be the first coaster in the area since 1910 to hurtle riders upside-down.
By JOSEPH BERGER
During the evening rush hour on Monday, traffic was flowing smoothly on Route 9, where the ramp is set, and on the bridge itself.
By BENJAMIN WEISER
A man who said he had backed out of a plan to blow up airplanes testified by video from Britain about Al Qaeda during the trial of Sulaiman Abu Ghaith in Manhattan.
By MARC SANTORA
Gary Melius, a real estate developer who was ambushed outside his estate last month, thanked his supporters in a video, but did not describe the attack.