In February, whispers of a deadly virus began to intensify. By March, the whispers had become a crescendo, the only thing anyone could hear. Coronavirus infiltrated the city and suddenly, within days, New York became the nation’s epicenter of the viral pandemic. Emergency tents popped up in Central Park, a Navy hospital ship docked at […]
How one Brooklyn soup kitchen is fighting to feed those in need
Behind every statistic about deaths in New York City is a person who touched other lives in ways big and small.
As the pandemic continues, the foster care system tries to adapt
By Caroline Chen and TuAnh Dam New York City had its first COVID-19 case on March 1, and in less than two months, the number of confirmed cases has spiked to more than 160,000. And nearly 12,000 New Yorkers have died. Behind these numbers are sad stories of people struggling in an overwhelmed healthcare system. […]
Thursday, April 30 Cuomo Suspending Overnight Subway Service Following multiple reports of homeless people camping out in subways cars and because of COVID-19, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo made an unprecedented announcement on Thursday. For the first time in its 115-year history, the New York City subway system will not offer 24/7 service. Beginning Sunday, […]
For internal medicine doctors, the battle against Covid-19 is a long, taxing, and mysterious experience.
Amid the coronavirus outbreak, restaurants in New York City are repurposing their kitchens to feed hospital workers on the frontlines
Data on cases, hospitalizations and deaths in New York City by borough, age and sex.
By Yoonji Han and TuAnh Dam Robert Rose III vividly remembers the 24 years he spent in jail. The empty cell, the cement walls, the rough jeans inmates were allowed to wear. But for Rose, who was convicted of homicide in the second degree, the ordeal started with his bail hearing. Navigating the bail system, […]
Celebrating the 100th anniversary of a unique instrument.