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.
The Project EATS Harvest Festival drew crowds to the 20,000-square-foot farm at the Marcus Garvey Apartments.
New hookah bars would not be allowed to open, and existing bars would not be allowed to move or expand, under a measure passed by the City Council.