Communities United for Police Reform hosted an open dialogue at the Talking Transition tent in Chelsea on the future of public safety in New York City
A group of union officials joined a coalition of community groups in protest outside of Rep. Gregory Meeks’ office in Jamaica, Queens
A group of elected officials representing the Brooklyn areas in and around Atlantic Yards want to stop Forest City Ratner from selling a majority stake in the development to the Shanghai
Social Security currently keeps 20 million Americans out of poverty
The United States 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals denied the city’s lawyers’ request to overturn Federal District Court Judge Shira Scheindlin’s ruling that the NYPD had violated the U.S. Constitution
Kyam Livingston’s family, elected officials and community leaders announce the filing of a federal lawsuit in connection to her death
The Vulcan Society, the fraternal order of Black firefighters, held its annual memorial service at St. Philip’s Episcopal Church in Brooklyn last weekend.
Comptroller John Liu is calling on the city to drop Aguila Inc.
On Saturday, Nov. 2, the NBT will host the fifth annual Freedom Dance
“I believe someone has my son Avonte,” said Daniel Oquendo