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More police, summer jobs and a new task force are part of Mayor Eric Adams’ plan.
The Supreme Court has New York’s gun license law in its crosshairs, and some legal experts said a rash of mass shootings isn’t likely to sway the conservative majority.
City Harvest’s research comes as food insecurity may worsen for some of the most vulnerable families in the coming summer months.
The mayor’s action comes in response to the national infant formula shortage.
Khary Lazarre-White sat down with NYN media to speak more about the nonprofit’s work and how a new six-story building in Harlem is helping expand its programming.
The organization's annual benefit honored four leaders in criminal justice reform
State Sen. Michael Gianaris, Assembly Member Latrice Walker and former Queens prosecutor James Quinn discussed law changes at John Jay College of Criminal Justice Friday.
The money raised includes a $50 million commitment from New York City toward a $100 million joint child care initiative
As the Supreme Court moves toward reversing Roe v. Wade, the governor is working to make New York an access state.
Lisa Gitelson sits down with NYN to discuss her passion for childhood welfare advocacy and what she hopes to accomplish helming the renowned nonprofit.
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