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.
A year after Queens' Tom Cat Bakery fired dozens of immigrant workers for not providing documentation, the company faces pressure to reverse its policy.
City officials are scrambling to help 86 families who fled after Hurricane María and now face being ousted from temporary housing hotels, thanks to FEMA.
It took the state of New York nearly 15 years after an initial investigation to revoke Nasim Haider's medical license, despite numerous accusations against him and a 2012 arrest.
Leaders of the Greene Hill Food Co-op in Brooklyn are raising funds and looking for a new space after losing the lease on their longtime Clinton Hill home.
Between seven percent and 19 percent of police officers experience symptoms of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, according to studies cited by the National Alliance on Mental Illness.
The budget knife could slice Close to Home, which is credited with helping eliminate the imprisonment of children under 16 in the city.
Alicka Ampry-Samuel, of Brooklyn, has co-sponsored eight measures – and introduced one requiring information about sexual harassment be made public.
Plans to shutter the lock-up have spurred calls to couple the closure with policy changes to help incarcerated youth.