Congratulations graduates! This is the season when so many families are celebrating the achievements of their loved ones.
By the time it was all said and done, a young man lay dead in his own apartment, shot once in the chest by an off-duty police officer who apparently mistook his apartment for her own.
Despite union leaders claiming they are “religious about diversity,” the 32 New York construction unions have kept us in the dark about their diversity data.
This Mother’s Day there are too many moms in New York City struggling to make ends meet, especially because so many of us are the sole breadwinners.
Every day, over 40,000 trips are made on CitiBikes in NYC.
Most likely it was a coincidence that as we completed MAGA #118, Trump unleashed a fusillade of 118 tweets.
The fact that just seven black students recently received offers to attend one of the city’s most elite public schools, Stuyvesant High School, has generated justifiable outrage.
The recent and sudden passing of John Singleton is a tragic loss for the cinematic community and his fans from across the globe.
Once again, Israel is at the helm of discovering another monumental medical breakthrough.
There’s a push in Albany right now to make sure that construction workers who work on projects funded with taxpayer money are paid a fair wage.
May is National Stroke Awareness Month, and it is very significant to me, because I am a stroke survivor.
On May Day, a day workers of the world celebrate, Rep. Ilhan Omar of Minnesota, a Black woman born in Somalia, an immigrant and Muslim, expressed her view of Trump to Amy Goodman on the news program “Democracy Now!” We ...
Every year millions of Americans celebrate Cinco de Mayo, usually by eating “Mexican food” and drinking copious amounts of tequila.
I recently had the pleasure of being invited by Washington Mayor Muriel Bowser to speak at a breakfast gathering honoring DC Emancipation Day, where we celebrated the 157th anniversary of Lincoln’s formal emancipation of over 3,000 enslaved individuals in the ...
What if correctional facility prisoners throughout the country were allowed to vote for any candidate they wanted and there just so happened to be a candidate who ran on the promise that if elected all sentences would be commuted to ...