There’s buildable land left in Manhattan — and activists would like to see it provide homes for those with none.
A new legal group takes aim at an ongoing under-the-radar problem: building landlords and superintendents making life miserable on an intimate level.
Involving children kids in legal decisions about their futures can help all around.
Legislation would reduce sentences for inmates who can prove link between abuse and crime.
Agency wrestles with massive debt long after records tampering scandal.
Welfare rolls dip to 40-year low, but new data shows that many recipients may be leaving without jobs.
What’s next for city teens facing charges in Family Court? City officials plot new program while advocates push a plan of their own.
Residents attempt to untangle a complicated web of responsibility that has left their homes in jeopardy.
Alternative to Detention schools give judges a way to keep kids out of jail. So what happens now that they’re closing?