Author Ava Chin, a 5th generation New Yorker, traces the roots of today’s high rates of anti-Asian violence back to 19th century U.S. labour and immigration laws.
The oral history showcases how the indie music scene became a way for many New Yorkers to channel their grief after 9/11.
New York City’s plan has garnered the most attention – and criticism – but several cities are expanding their own intervention programs.
The son of the director has argued that Americans are still too squeamish about sex to fully appreciate the film. A porn scholar disagrees.
Just five days before the first pitch of the 1947 World Series, a deal was struck to air the Series on television.
As states and nations struggle to regulate growing AI use, municipal authorities are often leading the way. An emerging paradigm known as AI Localism can help us better define the way forward.
New York’s lawsuit against Trump could mean he and three of his kids are prevented from operating a business again in the state – but the IRS will determine whether federal tax crimes also took place.
There are two approved monkeypox vaccines in the US. Both use a related poxvirus called vaccinia to produce an immune response that protects against smallpox and monkeypox.
A new scheme in the Republic of Ireland provides a compelling model for supporting Australian artists.
A legal scholar explains what the ruling means for other vaccine mandates and the government’s ability to protect public health.
What happened to the debris and human remains from the ruins of the World Trade Center?
An AI analysis shows that differences in how New Yorkers and Angelenos tweet go beyond the words they use.
Despite growing public criticism over how much counties, cities and towns spend on policing, many are increasing officer pay.
Having survived the HIV/AIDS pandemic, gay communities in the US were well equipped to get residents health and social services early in the pandemic, when the government’s COVID-19 response lagged.
Many coastal US cities are contending with increasingly frequent and severe tidal flooding as sea levels rise. Some are considering building seawalls, but this strategy is not simple or cheap.
Local institutions and community bonds forged during the turmoil of the 1970s and 1980s helped a vulnerable neighborhood walloped by the pandemic endure.
Transit agencies could use the money to buy new subway cars, buses and maintain rails. The funding is designed to build on last year’s emergency aid, which kept transit operating through the pandemic.
The subject of a new Netflix miniseries, Halston once ruled over New York’s fashion world. But the designer with a devil-may-care approach to his business dealings attempted too much, too quickly.
The leftist Democratic Socialists of America was tiny before the 2016 election. Now, with 90,000 dues-paying members and four seats in Congress, the DSA is upending Democratic politics nationwide.
Teacher referrals will replace standardized testing. That could disadvantage already-underrepresented students.