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The government is ending a program that let Haitians stay in the United States legally after the 2010 earthquake, and many in the community worry about their future. Read more

The judge has said that the police need an eavesdropping warrant to covertly track the cellphones of criminal suspects. Read more

Tuesday: Talking to Daniel Humm of Eleven Madison Park, the Brooklyn Podcast festival, and readers respond to subway announcements. Read more

Monday: Changing subway language, wet weather, and a new streetcar for Queens and Brooklyn. Read more

Two jurors said a video showed the off-duty officer, Wayne Isaacs, reacted in self-defense after he was struck by a man in Brooklyn in 2016. Read more

For Justin Brannan, a Brooklyn Democrat seeking election to the New York City Council, the shadow of Mayor de Blasio looms menacingly. Read more

Monday: A California team with New York roots, a panel on Civil War monuments, and advice for the Yankees. Read more

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