by Carimah Townes Apr 18, 2016
One man spent a week in a psychiatric hospital for no reason.
by Emily Atkin & Kira Lerner Apr 15, 2016
"As New Yorkers, we stand with people across the country saying no to hate and racism."
by Kira Lerner Apr 14, 2016
"Police violence is usually, predominantly in communities that suffer economic violence. So it goes hand in hand."
by Emily Atkin Apr 11, 2016
"We need to show him what really will make America great."
by Kira Lerner Mar 25, 2016
The GOP candidates proposed more surveillance, but that policy is already a reality for many in New York.
by Bryce Covert Mar 23, 2016
At New York City shelters, schools, and jails, sanitary products are often scarce.
by Alan Pyke Mar 15, 2016
One prominent homelessness advocate applauded Mayor Bill de Blasio's move to have shelter security staff retrained by city cops, but others see a looming disaster.
by Bryan Dewan Mar 2, 2016
Forty percent of New York City students with disabilities are not getting the services they need or deserve.
by Bryce Covert Jan 6, 2016
The city had pledged to end homelessness for all veterans but missed its own deadline.
by Lauren C. Williams Dec 2, 2015
The numbers provide a glimpse into the company's demographics but also shows the sacrifices needed to benefit from home-sharing.