What happened to New York City when the Coronavirus came calling in March 2020.
An unprecedented number of Americans are out of a job and relying on unemployment checks and government payouts to put food on the table.
How one Brooklyn soup kitchen is fighting to feed those in need
Will incoming college freshmen start school in the same place they are now—at home, within the four walls of their rooms?
For those who worked with Fatima Schmidt for the past 15 years, walking by her fourth-grade classroom of Public School 333 in the Hunt’s Point section of the Bronx, will never be the same. She died on April 13th from COVID-19. She was 57.
A curly short-haired woman, with light brown skin, and brown eyes that would shine through her rounded eyeglasses, Fatima Schmidt was a selfless genuine, kind, and motherly woman, according to those who knew her well. Her colleagues describe her not only as a teacher but as the most passionate soul that reminded all students to move forward
Twice a week, Abad comes out of his home in New Jersey, wearing a mouth mask and gloves.
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Behind every statistic about deaths in New York City is a person who touched other lives in ways big and small.
What will post-coronavirus contact tracing look like in New York City?
Forty-five days into New York City's shelter-in-place protocol, Midtown West is like a ghost town.
Many suicide and mental health hotlines in New York have seen a rise in the number of calls they receive since the pandemic hit. For instance, The National Alliance on Mental Health in New York has had a 60 percent increase in the number of calls to its helpline, according Matt Kudish, the group’s executive director. NYC Well has received about 50 percent more calls, according to Kelly Clarke, director. And at the end of March, the newly founded New York State COVID-19 Emotional Support Hotline received more than 8,000 calls in five days.
Experts are wary of predicting that suicide
Xenophobic incidents begin to take on an even darker, more targeted tone.
A dual threat: a deadly pandemic and an existential funding fight
As the pandemic continues, the foster care system tries to adapt