Urban Librarians Unite is holding a 24 Hour Read-In rally to call for more funding to New York City Public Libraries.
This week’s Fordham Conversations features Fordham’s professor of Law Nestor Davidson. He’s also Founder and Director of the Fordham Urban Law Center. We’re discussing the legal questions that arise as cities begin to grow.
Budget crisis averted, President Obama's launching an intense fundraising push ahead of the 2014 midterm elections.
Retirees at a New York senior center where Anthony Weiner announced his retirement in 2011 after admitting he sent racy messages and photos have had enough.
New York's most senior resident - who is also the world's third oldest person - celebrated turning 114 at a Brooklyn senior center.
A judge has ordered a financially strapped hospital in Brooklyn to keep up its staffing levels after complaints from hospital workers.
Forty New York City high school students are going to Alan Cumming's one-man "Macbeth" on Broadway thanks to the kindness of strangers.
Just across the East River from midtown Manhattan's shimmering skyscrapers sits one of the country's most polluted neighborhoods.
Straddling Brooklyn and Queens, Newtown Creek was fouled by generations of industrial waste - making it a federal Superfund site.
Nearby is an underground oil leak bigger than the spill from the Exxon Valdez tanker in Alaska.
These days, the creek also gets the overflow from the city's sewage system when it rains.
Brooklyn is getting a new theater fit for a King. City officials and developers broke ground today on refurbishing the Loew's Kings Theater in Flatbush.