As the population in the New York area ages, developers are hoping to attract people 55 and older with new communities that have a country-club vibe.
Two New Yorkers wonder how much to tip building staff at the holidays.
To help their buildings stand out, developers are adding high-tech flourishes that use robots and smartphone apps to make residents’ lives easier.
The co-op was too big and too expensive to keep. But finding a smaller apartment with room for a grand piano wasn’t going to be easy.
This week’s listings are on the Upper East Side, in the Financial District, and in Park Slope, Brooklyn.
This week’s properties include a four-bedroom in Chappaqua, N.Y., and a three-bedroom in Bridgeport, Conn.
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A small Westchester community with a large reservoir, Valhalla is quiet, forested and mostly residential.
An 1890 house in Annapolis, a modernist home in Houston and a renovated 1910 miner’s cabin in Park City.
In Santiago, price increases have slowed in recent years, and homes are among the least expensive of those in any capital city of South America.
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Questions and answers about the world’s highest mountain, and the people who try to get to the top of it.
The vivid tale of how two bodies were retrieved from near the summit of Mount Everest required networking in India and training an impromptu photographer.
President Trump’s lawyers and supporters have significantly increased their attacks on the special counsel as the investigation has reached deeper into the president’s inner circle.
He has been wiretapped by the F.B.I. and grilled by congressional investigators over his suspected Russia connections. But the Trump campaign foreign-policy adviser can’t seem to stop talking.
House Democrats will choose between Representatives Jerrold Nadler and Zoe Lofgren to lead the Judiciary Committee. They have impeachment on their minds.
The train derailment on Monday morning left one car dangling over a highway from an overpass.
The strategy the president outlined Monday was at odds with his often-warm relations with the leaders of China and Russia.
Secretary of State Rex W. Tillerson offered tantalizing details about how the United States would race inside North Korea to seize its nuclear weapons in the event of a collapse.
As the United States used its veto to block the Security Council resolution, the 14-to-1 vote underscored the Trump’s isolation on a central issue in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Nearly a month ago, Sarah Idan was in a hand-beaded Swarovski crystal gown representing Iraq in the Miss Universe pageant. It was the first time in 45 years that Iraq had a contestant in the pageant.
It's early Autumn and Oday Shakar is carefully hemming his latest creation: a mauve lavender suede jacket, worn atop an ivory chiffon skirt with plissé inserts.
When Nahla al-Nadawi's husband was killed by a car bomb in Baghdad in 2007, she thought she'd never find love again. Then she met Aqeel.
Lt. Gen. Abdul-Wahab al-Saadi is virtually unknown outside Iraq, but he is a hero in his own country. When the three-star general walks into the lobby of a guesthouse in Baghdad he is quickly surrounded by well-wishers who want to take selfies with him. Iraqis know that the taciturn general was key to the long, grinding campaign that defeated ISIS.
What they lack in age, they make up for in ambition.