Politics & Policy

The Nigerian Diaspora Watches an Election From Afar

The Nigerian Diaspora Watches an Election From Afar

As Nigeria begins to vote, Nigerians in New York City discuss the economy, the youth, and corruption

Undocumented Immigrants in NYC May Soon Be Able to Get a Driver’s License

Undocumented Immigrants in NYC May Soon Be Able to Get a Driver’s License

The City Council passed a resolution Wednesday that will clear the way for immigrants to drive legally. Now it’s the state legislature’s turn

Queens Anti-Noise Warriors Score a Hard-Fought Victory

Queens Anti-Noise Warriors Score a Hard-Fought Victory

Bayside is quiet once again thanks in part to the work of Janet Mceneany and her air noise advocacy group, Queens Quiet Skies

With Injuries on the Rise, A Focus on Workplace Safety

With Injuries on the Rise, A Focus on Workplace Safety

At a Bronx center, workers learn about safety and their rights under OSHA

City Council Pushes for More Accountability and Transparency in the NYPD

City Council Pushes for More Accountability and Transparency in the NYPD

Families of victims of police brutality attend a city council hearing to overturn a state civil rights law that protects NYPD records from being released

A Pipeline May Be Coming, But Not Without Some Controversy

A Pipeline May Be Coming, But Not Without Some Controversy

A small group of environmentalists braved the cold Tuesday night to convince New Yorkers and public advocate candidates to oppose the Williams Transco Pipeline project, a natural gas line that will add more than 23 miles to an existing one between New York and New Jersey, if approved. The volunteers gathered on the Lower East […]

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