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The idea: eliminate a tax abatement for the rich on condos and co-ops, and invest the savings in NYCHA repairs

  All of them live in legal limbo. And all of them live under the same roof. The matriarch, Mirna Portillo, 49, a Salvadoran who entered

A program run by the mayor's wife gets a grilling at an oversight hearing

Before you decide whether you’re for or against legalization, read this.

A glimpse into the secret trials where cops adjudicate themselves

Panelists argue for more transparency and push for the civilian board that reviews complaints to have more authority

A new comic book features the new congresswoman from the Bronx and Queens

Undocumented college students would become eligible for financial aid, but could still face deportation

Michael Bloomberg, 77, the former mayor of New York City, has announced that he will not be entering as a candidate in the 2020

New Yorkers are learning how to battle the rat pandemic, as complaints surge across the city

In Queens, a victim tells the harrowing story of her assault. Was she attacked because she is a woman?

At a city council hearing, lots of viewpoints on cannabis

About 8 percent of city’s voters cast ballots in the special election

New York City forgives millions of dollars in delivery-truck parking tickets, angering cyclists who the trucks force into traffic

New Yorkers have been complaining they slip and slide on dog-poop all too often. But, does New York have a canine waste problem?