Chief of Risk Management Matthew Pontillo was forced to resign last week in connection with his concerns about a surge in police vehicle pursuits.
A community in mourning asserted its right to exist — and to vogue — in New York City as a teenager turned himself in for fatally stabbing Sibley in what Mayor Eric Adams said “clearly was a hate crime.”
The first three months of 2023 saw an increase of nearly 600% in police vehicle pursuits, part of an effort to ratchet up “quality of life” enforcement.
The total number of private establishments in the city had its steepest drop in at least 30 years over the course of the pandemic as Manhattan couldn’t keep up making it but Brooklyn keeps on taking it.
Dave from the “DOPEY,” podcast, shares a few stories about drug addiction and recovery during some of the biggest moments in New York City history.
Emma Whitford, reporter at Law360. gives us a rundown of the new rent relief from the Federal Government hopfully headed toward New Yorkers this Spring.
Albert Fox Cahn, founder of S.T.O.P, the Surveillance Technology Oversight Project, talks to Alex Brook Lynn about The Post Act, a bill that will be voted on in the City Council this Thursday, June 18th. The Post Act could force the NYPD to become transparent about the technology they use to spy on New Yorkers. […]
Alex Brook Lynn of FAQ.NYC interviews Sarah Dowd, a nurse at Harlem Hospital, about what healthcare workers need to pull us through this crisis. As the world watches tired healthcare workers beg for supplies on social media, Sarah Dowd, a nurse at Harlem Hospital, doesn’t want to see their troubles become an accepted “horrific sob […]
We learned some new things about economics to prepare for our new world order. Barron’s financial journalist Alexandra Scaggs explains to Alex Brook Lynn how the stimulus bill impacts lending, what big things are changing with the federal reserve, and how the issue of municipal bonds, something that progressive economists have been on about for […]
Alex Brook Lynn and Adam Levy talk evictions with David Brand of The Queens Daily Eagle, and assess what the city is doing (and could be doing) to help New Yorkers that face losing their home as a consequence of Coronavirus. On Thursday, March 12, Mayor Bill de Blasio declared a state of emergency for […]