Officials at City & State's Health and Wellness summit discussed issues including lead poisoning, legalized marijuana and Lyme disease.
From single-payer to marijuana, top senators on the health committee discuss their top priorities.
Steve Cohen, the chairman of the Gateway Program Development Corp., says it’s a question of when, not if, the federal government contributes to the Gateway tunnel.
New York transportation officials predict a pivot on funding for Gateway and the MTA.
primary care
Key New York City officials on the social determinants of health, community-based nonprofits and medical care in the Trump era.
Former New York City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito
Advocates and policymakers call for shared economic opportunities from legalizing pot.
doctor shortage
The city's struggling public hospitals have a partnership with a controversial med school in the Caribbean.
Members of the Turkish Human Rights Association hold pictures of missing Saudi Arabian journalist Jamal Khashoggi during a demonstration in front of the Saudi Arabian consulate in Istanbul, Turkey, 09 October 2018
Diplomatic immunity means that NYPD would have to let a suspect go free, at least at first.
A medical marijuana cultivator sorts through the male and female plants.
The two markets would likely coexist, but with inconsistencies.
New York City Council chambers at City Hall
The body is looking into “disorderly behavior” of a member, but won’t say who.
Steve Pigeon walks in a hallway at the Capitol in Albany, N.Y
Steve Pigeon pleaded guilty Tuesday to funneling an illegal donation to the governor’s campaign.
CVS pharmacy
The approved deal is at the center of a debate over the role of corporations in providing health care.