By ANNIE CORREAL
Wednesday: An eclipse behind clouds, the sun returns, and the speed limit drops.
By MATT FLEGENHEIMER
The proposals would lighten a burden for many New Yorkers wading through the bureaucratic labyrinths of employment applications and pension benefits, among others.
By J. DAVID GOODMAN
A report says that in the New York Police Department’s disciplinary proceedings and investigations by a city agency, the definition of a chokehold, banned for two decades, was limited.
By MARC SANTORA
A claim maintains that the police were directly responsible for the death of Mr. Garner, who died after he was wrestled to the ground by officers arresting him.
By JOSEPH GOLDSTEIN
The Legal Aid Society says that the police are overzealously enforcing lewdness laws and, as a result, are arresting innocent men.
By PATRICK McGEEHAN
The speed limit on residential streets in the city will be reduced to 25 miles per hour from 30 m.p.h. starting on Nov. 7.
By JAMES C. McKINLEY Jr.
At issue is whether Pedro Hernandez was capable of understanding his rights to remain silent and to have a lawyer present when he told police, “I did it.”
By LISA W. FODERARO
Mayor Bill de Blasio announced that New York City will spend $130 million on 35 of its most overlooked parklands, encompassing about 65 acres.
By THOMAS KAPLAN
Over the next four years, assuming he is re-elected in November, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo expects to visit Canada, Mexico, Italy, Israel and China to help New York companies expand into global markets.
By COLIN MOYNIHAN
In a 79-page brief, the city asks an appeals court to affirm the dismissal of a lawsuit filed by Muslims in New Jersey.
By STEPHANIE CLIFFORD
Lawyers for Representative Michael G. Grimm indicated that they would argue that he was unfairly singled out when he goes on trial for fraud.