Trump the ignoramus has once again let his loose lips comment on something that he knows nothing about.
NYCHA is still in critical condition, still short of the $32 billion it needs to restore its aging infrastructure and trying to address the appalling failures in its property management operations uncovered by the U.S Attorney’s Office.
New York City remains in the midst of the worst homelessness crisis since the Great Depression. A record 63,600 people—including 23,000 children—sleep in shelters each night, while thousands more brave the streets.
President Trump’s latest nominees to the Federal Reserve’s board of governors typify the president’s outside-the-box approach to executive decision-making.
The New York City Commission on Human Rights recently launched a new campaign to combat anti-Black racism in New York City.
COMMENTARY: Omar Faces Rightwing Backlash as She Forces Uncomfortable Conversations About Israel, Palestine
For the last several months, freshman Congresswoman IIhan Omar (D-MN) has weathered sustained attacks from Republicans, Fox News and other conservative elements because she has the temerity to question the intimate, decades-long relationship between the United States and Israel.
I know it may be hard to believe, but it is time to start thinking about the 2020 elections.
February was a good, albeit controversial, month for discussions about race in this country.
A tragic accident took place last weekend that culminated in the loss of the life of Erica Imbasciani.
President Donald Trump is a narcissist who has no concept of truth and integrity.
We write to urge you to support the international and domestic efforts to thwart the Unites States’ unlawful attempts to change the existing governments in the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela and the Republic of Cuba
Former Trump attorney and disgraced, convicted, shameless felon, Michael Cohen, recently gave testimony before Congress focused upon negative allegations against his former boss.
Want to deliver jobs in New York City? Look To Sylvia’s and Melba’s restaurants in Harlem, not Seattle
While the story of how New York City won, and then lost, 25,000 new Amazon jobs will continue to be debated in the weeks and months ahead, we should not lose sight of the fact that Gov. Cuomo and the ...
To achieve a fairer, more just criminal justice system, prosecutors should not only incarcerate fewer people, they must use the full weight of their offices to help those who already have been convicted (many for low-level crimes) secure employment.
Tennessee suffered a fire that destroyed an entire building and countless artifacts from the Civil Rights Movement and social justice struggles from several decades past.