Play and prayer. Tension and friendship. Celebration and complaint. All were on display when we dispatched a team of reporters to take the city's temperature on a particular day in several Bronx parks.
Jeb Bush and Chris Christie want to double U.S. economic growth so Americans have a larger pie to share. But new research shows just how little a slice workers have received from the larger economy their productivity gains produced.
The practice of "violence interruption" has spurred a lot of interest as a way to prevent bloodshed on city streets. A former gang member who leads one such effort says it is largely about learning to channel rage.
It's a good thing we're talking more about New York City's homelessness problem—if the talk is aimed at addressing the crisis.