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.
Cafeteria inspection records reveal critical violations were found at nearly half of city schools in 2017. See how your school fared.
Some young Russian-speaking Jews in New York are turning to powerful painkillers amid their search for identity.
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.
State officials are stonewalling on approving a permit for a state-funded program to use mollusks to clean-up the waterway, activists say.
Our podcast examines various watersheds – from water-related events to moments that bring water to your eyes.