The city's homeless population hit a record 60,017 last week, spurring demands for reform.
Some Far Rockaway residents want to see fruits and vegetables – and not housing – sprout from the city-owned parcel.
New buildings are rising on 57th Street, changing the streetscape and troubling some New Yorkers.
The latest edition of our TV news magazine examines the art of overcoming obstacles, from the political stage to the handball court.
Theatre of the Oppressed NYC is using the stage to bring attention to homelessness and other social issues.
Longtime residents of New York's historic, but shrinking immigrant enclave battle against being priced out of their homes.
Residents of a vulnerable stretch of Sheepshead Bay say they’re still waiting for aid after more than three years of empty promises.
Residents displaced in October by an excavation mishap in Bedford-Stuyvesant don't know if or when they'll be able to sleep in their own beds again.