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Students of color express why they took out student loans, and how it’s impacting them now and in the future

The Brooklyn-based online marketplace is angering sellers of arts and crafts products.

The MTA’s proposal calls for trade-offs and the elimination of some stops.

“This is just another challenge that we will be facing, that will bring us further away from recovery,” one community member said.

Members of the Service Employees International Union took to the streets in Manhattan's Upper East Side

Mayor Eric Adams launched a billboard campaign in Florida to protest the "Don't Say Gay," but despite this progressive gesture, there are still some

Governor Kathy Hochul and state legislators are poised to agree on an expanded child care subsidy that will still leave many New York City

The legislation leaves key provisions open to interpretation by health insurers, advocates say

LaGuardia Community College and Queens College receive $4.6 million to launch Queens STEM Academy, which aims to increase minority representation in science and technology

After a long standoff, police officers swept an encampment maintained by unhoused activists, arresting seven people

Mayor Eric Adams says he’s approaching the sweeps with compassion, but on Friday, protesters argued otherwise

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Mayor Adams’ campaign to clear encampments have brought little relief — so far — to those meant to benefit, as promises to get people

As part of a $30 million expansion of maternal care services, New York City will increase access to doulas in the coming months.