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Recent articles by Jonah:

Trump Set to Be Questioned Under Oath by New York A.G. Next Month

The questioning of Mr. Trump and two of his adult children as part of the attorney general’s civil investigation will begin July 15 unless New York’s highest court decides to intercede in the case. → Read More

Harvey Weinstein’s Sex Crimes Conviction Is Upheld by New York Court

New York judges approved testimony from women who said they were abused by Harvey Weinstein. The disgraced producer, awaiting another trial in Los Angeles, is serving 23 years. → Read More

Rikers Officers Lagged in Helping 3 Detainees Who Died, Report Finds

In each case, fellow inmates struggled to help when jail officers did not, according to the Board of Correction, which expressed “extreme” concern in its report. → Read More

Kidd Creole, a Hip-Hop Pioneer, Sentenced to 16 Years in Killing

Nathaniel Glover, who had been a member of Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five, stabbed a homeless man on the way to his copy-shop job. → Read More

N.Y. Attorney General Seeks to Hold Trump in Contempt

The attorney general, Letitia James, has been conducting a civil investigation into former President Donald J. Trump’s family business. → Read More

Manhattan District Attorney, Under Fire, Adjusts Lenient Policies

Alvin Bragg clarified — and in some cases reversed — his earlier guidance on prosecuting gun possession and other crimes. → Read More

Trump Sues New York A.G. in Attempt to Stop Inquiry Into His Business

The attorney general, Letitia James, is seeking to question the former president under oath next month as part of a long-running investigation. → Read More

Sexual Misconduct Complaint Is Filed Against Andrew Cuomo

Mr. Cuomo, the former governor of New York, resigned in August after a state attorney general report concluded that he had sexually harassed multiple women. → Read More

Trump to Testify in Lawsuit Over Bodyguards’ 2015 Clash With Protesters

The former president had long avoided being questioned in the case, and it is not clear whether his testimony will become public. → Read More

Rikers Island Crisis: House Democrats Call on de Blasio to Brief Congress

Federal and state officials have signaled a lack of faith in the city’s ability to manage the troubled jail complex. → Read More

Michael K. Williams' Cause of Death Was a Drug Overdose, Authorities Say

The actor known for “The Wire,” who was found dead in his apartment earlier this month, died of intoxication by a mixture of heroin, cocaine and fentanyl. He had been open about his struggle with addiction. → Read More

N.Y. Democrats Ask Biden to Intervene at Rikers, as de Blasio Plans Visit

In a letter to the president on Friday, several members of Congress said New York City “cannot be trusted” to manage the jail, which has descended into chaos. → Read More

12th Death in Custody This Year Signals Growing Crisis in N.Y.C. Jails

The man who died was being held at the Vernon C. Bain Center, a floating jail barge docked just north of Rikers Island. → Read More

Teenager Pleads Guilty in the Killing of Tessa Majors

Ms. Majors, a Barnard College student, was stabbed to death in 2019 in a killing that rattled New York City. One of her killers pleaded guilty on Tuesday. → Read More

Trump Organization and Allen Weisselberg Will Go on Trial Next Summer, Judge Says

A Manhattan judge set a trial schedule for Allen Weisselberg and the Trump Organization on Monday that could coincide with the run-up to the 2022 midterm elections. → Read More

Deadly and Untraceable, ‘Ghost Guns’ Are Becoming More Common in N.Y.

State and local prosecutors say they are concerned about an apparent increase in the weapons, which can be assembled from parts ordered online. → Read More

County I.T. Supervisor Mined Bitcoin at the Office, Prosecutors Say

Christopher Naples is accused of hiding 46 devices used for mining cryptocurrency in Suffolk County offices, costing the county thousands of dollars in electricity. → Read More

quickly, quickly: The Long and Short of It Album Review

The fantastic album from the Portland-based artist Graham Jonson turns beat music and bedroom pop into a complex psychedelic world with vast emotional horizons. His songs are lush and boundless. → Read More

An ‘Absolute Emergency’ at Rikers Island as Violence Increases

A federal monitor said that staff shortages had led to a sharp deterioration in conditions at the jail complex over the summer. → Read More

Kushner Friend Who Was Pardoned by Trump Is Charged With Spying on Wife

Ken Kurson, the former editor of The New York Observer, was charged with two felonies in Manhattan. Prosecutors said he installed spyware on his former wife’s computer in order to surveil her. → Read More