Policy

Still from the video of Nikki Stone's arrest at 2nd ave and 25th Street.
Arrests by plainclothes officers in unmarked vehicles are common in communities of color, advocates and legislators say.
A federal judge’s ruling on Tuesday ordered the state Department of Labor to begin providing unemployment benefits to Uber and Lyft drivers.
Uber, Lyft drivers score victory to be paid unemployment benefits.
COVID-19 testing center in Ocean Hill Brooklyn.
Experts say a national program to increase the supply of materials is needed.
P.S. 192, the Jacob H. Schiff school in Manhattan.
Health experts say major school renovations and more robust coronavirus testing would likely be needed.
People participate in a protest calling on New York to cancel rent outside of a New York Civil Court in Brooklyn on July 7, 2020.
A patchwork of guidance can be hard to understand for renters and landlords as housing courts reopen.
New York City Police Department officers on patrol.
A federal judge temporarily blocked their release until mid-August.
Former New York Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver leaves U.S. District Court after he was sentenced to 6 1/2 years in prison on July 20, 2020.
After years of dodging federal prison, the former New York Assembly Speaker gets yet another sentence for corruption.
People dining outdoors in NYC on July 8th.
What the “revolving core” of COVID-19 says about infections in New York.
Governor Cuomo during a briefing on July 13th.
As the rest of the country sees enormous spikes in coronavirus cases, the state braces for the inevitable.
State Senator Zellnor Myrie
The freshman Democrats who toppled turncoats keep making headlines.
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