Students at One World Middle School at Edenwald in the Bronx.
Getting them back into the classroom will help, but they’ll need more mental health support when they return.
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NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is suddenly telling us what he really thinks about the embattled governor.
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The rates of people suffering from depression, anxiety, substance abuse and other mental health issues increased steadily across the state last year.
The state’s residents are dealing with heightened levels of anxiety, depression and substance abuse – with too few resources available to them.
Policy
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Vaccine syringes
Each day New Yorkers line up outside of clinics and hospitals hoping to get an unclaimed dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, regardless of their eligibility.
Policy
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What is the actual likelihood of Cuomo facing impeachment?
It’s only happened once in New York history, and past governors have survived plenty of controversies.
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Subway car in September 2020.
A new study has found that underground subway station air quality is full of hazardous air particles that could cause asthma, lung cancer and heart disease.
Policy
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Excelsior unpacks the tenants’ rights movement
Understanding the tenants’ rights movement.
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Mayoral candidate Andrew Yang
A running list of who’s been diagnosed with COVID-19.
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NYC has become overly reliant on a limited number of nonprofits
The New York Times’ bombshell report about one of the city’s biggest homeless shelter providers points to its inability to hold shelter operators accountable for their troubling behavior.
Policy
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Amanda Luz Henning Santiago
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