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A New York Times reporter who writes about searching for homes in the Big Apple was sued, with her landlord saying she stopped paying rent on a $3,000-a-month Upper West Side apartment

A New York Times reporter who writes about searching for homes in the Big Apple was sued, with her landlord saying she stopped paying rent on a $3,000-a-month Upper West Side apartment

Joyce Cohen — the author of the Times' real-estate column, "The Hunt" — is being sued by the couple who sublet her and her husband a Manhattan pad.

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