More Than 100,000 Students In NYC Public Schools Are Homeless, Report SaysThat’s one in 10 students, with the latest number at 104,000.
De Blasio Not Doing Enough To Address Problems Inside NYCHA Housing; Residents SayA crowd gathered outside of city hall on Monday, to demand that Mayor Bill de Blasio do more for residents of NYCHA housing.
Construction Accidents, Deaths On The Rise In NYCPublic advocates are calling for improvements to construction safety in New York City.
‘He Is A Threat To Our Values:’ Throngs Of Protesters Greet Trump Outside IntrepidWell over a thousand protesters were kept across the street from the Intrepid in barricades as throngs of police stood by to keep order.
Complaints About Sandwiches Added To Failing Food List At NYC SchoolsThere is a new way for the city’s schools to flunk lunch.
Public Advocate: TLC Demand For Black Car Pickup, Dropoff Locations Could Be AbusedThe Taxi and Limousine Commission will vote Thursday on new rules for black cars.
Beastie Boys’ Ad-Rock Joins Officials In Condemning Post-Election Bias IncidentsAs President-elect Donald Trump continued to hold transition meetings in New Jersey, elected officials in New York had plans of their own.
How Did It Go Wrong? Loved Ones Seek Answers In Death Of Woman Shot By NYPDPolice said the sergeant shot and killed an emotionally-disturbed woman who confronted him with scissors and a baseball bat.
James: ‘Struggle For Justice Continues,’ Public Advocate Says City Must Carry On Thompson’s WorkPublic Advocate Letitia James said it's critical that the city continues to carry out Thompson's work -- vindicating the wrongfully convicted, and not prosecuting low level marijuana offenses.
Public Advocate Claims Airbnb Enables Racial Discrimination Against Guests, HostsThe New York City Public Advocate’s office claimed Thursday that evidence suggests Airbnb is allowing for discrimination against both hosts and guests.
Local Leaders: Mayor De Blasio Should Have Delayed Or Canceled School On MondayNew York City schools will be open for classes as usual Monday, but some lawmakers and other officials called said schools should be closed or delayed given the conditions after the weekend blizzard.
City Officials: E-Cigarette Ads Are Targeting Kids, Must StopComptroller Scott Stringer said the companies are using the old playbook of the tobacco industry when it comes to targeting young people.

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