Our team examines the shadowy world of "prestamistas" – an informal network of unregulated loan operators serving as the bank of last resort for many Latino immigrants. (Leer en Español)
Meet the Manhattan clergyman who has "adopted" 27 youngsters facing deportation. (Leer en Español e English)
How New Orleans’ local tax-driven extra protection system benefits wealthier neighborhoods as poorer areas absorb the brunt of crime.
Plans to shutter the lock-up have spurred calls to couple the closure with policy changes to help incarcerated youth.
Bill de Blasio presented plans to boost civic engagement and make New York the "fairest big city in the world" during his annual State of the City address.
Hurricane relief packages containing chocolate bars, cookies and potato chips disappointed people who were hoping for more healthful offerings from FEMA.
He promised to hold lunchrooms to a "very high standard" after NYCity News Service probe revealed critical violations at nearly half of cafeterias.
The recent conviction of Carlos Richard Martinez, a former corrections officer, underscores critics' concerns about conditions at the federal Metropolitan Detention Center.
Salimata Zonon, a home health aide for Partners in Care, works in a demanding profession that's expected to get tougher with the number of elderly Americans set to nearly double by 2050.
President Trump declared a national crisis in October – yet money to help the addicted remains scarce.
The subterranean cemetery beneath the historic church featured in "The Godfather" is now open to visitors.