Neil Vigdor, The New York Times

Neil Vigdor

The New York Times

New York, NY, United States

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  • Hartford Courant
  • Register Citizen
  • The Middletown Press
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  • New Haven Register
  • Stamford Advocate
  • Greenwich Time
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Recent articles by Neil:

Top Aide in Review of Russia Inquiry Resigns From Justice Dept.

The resignation came amid increasing expectations that the department may disclose partial results from the review before it is completed but ahead of the presidential election. → Read More

Father Michel J. Mulloy Resigns Weeks Before Becoming Bishop of Duluth

Father Michel J. Mulloy was chosen by Pope Francis to lead the Diocese of Duluth, Minn., but then an allegation from the 1980s surfaced, church officials said. → Read More

University of South Carolina Cracks Down on Greek Houses for Virus Violations

Disciplinary action is taken over parties and large gatherings as cases mount on campus. → Read More

Los Angeles Sheriff’s Deputies Fatally Shoot a Black Man They Say Had a Gun

The man, who had been stopped while riding a bicycle, was shot several times after a fight broke out, the Sheriff’s Department said. → Read More

The Runway Lights Failed, So Villagers Used Their Headlights to Aid an Airlift

A child was waiting to be flown to Anchorage, but the pilot of a LifeMed Alaska flight could not see the runway at the airport in Igiugig, Alaska, officials said. → Read More

Prison Inmate Killed Himself With Coronavirus Mask, Officials Say

Daniel Ocasio was found inside his cell at the Corrigan-Radgowski Correctional Center in Uncasville, Conn., prison officials said. → Read More

C.D.C. Warns of the Dangers of Drinking Hand Sanitizer After Fatal Poisonings

Four people died and nearly a dozen others were poisoned after swallowing alcohol-based hand sanitizer, federal health officials said. → Read More

Trump’s Axios interview: Bickering on coronavirus stats, why he skipped John Lewis’ memorial and did Epstein actually kill himself?

From nytimes.com.In the wide-ranging interview with Axios, Trump addressed the pandemic, John Lewis' death and Ghislaine Maxwell's incarceration. → Read More

Bryan Cranston, Star of ‘Breaking Bad,’ Says He’s Recovered From the Coronavirus

The actor shared a video of himself donating plasma, which he said had virus antibodies that could possibly help others. → Read More

2 Cafeterias Used by White House Staff Close After Employee Contracts the Virus

The cafeterias are in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building and the New Executive Office Building, which are part of the White House complex. → Read More

Husband and Son of a Federal Judge, Esther Salas, Are Shot in New Jersey

Judge Salas was home but not wounded in the shooting at her residence in North Brunswick, according to an official. → Read More

ViacomCBS Fires Nick Cannon, Citing Anti-Semitic Podcast Remarks

The network said that Mr. Cannon had promoted “hateful speech” during a recent episode of “Cannon’s Class,” his YouTube podcast. → Read More

Trump’s Niece, Mary Trump, to Publish Book With ‘Harrowing’ Revelations

Mary Trump will say that she was a source of The New York Times’s coverage of the president’s tax returns. The Times declined to comment on the claim. → Read More

Twitter and Square Make Juneteenth a Company Holiday

The day marks the anniversary of when slaves in Galveston, Texas, first learned of their freedom on June 19, 1865. → Read More

N.F.L. Player Sues United Airlines, Saying Woman Sexually Assaulted Him on a Flight

The player, who was not named in the suit, said the woman sitting next to him on a redeye flight from Los Angeles to Newark also ripped off the face mask that he was wearing to protect against the coronavirus. → Read More

What to Know About the Malaria Drug Trump Is Using

Here are the facts on hydroxychloroquine, which the president has promoted to fight Covid-19 despite warnings from the F.D.A. that it can cause heart problems. → Read More

Top Conn. Health Aide Disappears From Virus Briefings, Then Is Fired

The state’s public health commissioner had been criticized over the response to rising deaths from the outbreak at nursing homes. → Read More

Wisconsin Supreme Court Strikes Down Stay-at-Home Order

The decision, by a 4-to-3 majority, was a high-profile challenge of the emergency authority of a statewide official during the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Indiana Attorney General Suspended by State Supreme Court in Groping Case

Curtis T. Hill Jr., a Republican, had his law license suspended for 30 days after the court found that he inappropriately touched four women at a party in 2018. → Read More

Brett Favre to Repay $1.1 Million for Speeches He Didn’t Make, Auditor Says

The Hall of Fame quarterback was the unknowing recipient of money intended to help needy families in his home state, Mississippi, officials said. → Read More