A new report says city housing stock "has not kept pace with its growing population."
Garbage mounds and delayed trains, or annoying techies and no nightlife?
New photos of the 2nd Avenue line suggest a pretty bold change in station tile style.
It would rectify "one of the greatest civic blunders ever committed."
Hundreds of millions of migratory birds are disoriented by city lights, leading to a "fatal attraction" to brightly lit windows.
Artist Gail Victoria Braddock Quagliata walked the whole borough to document each instance of this cultural institution.
The city produces a massive amount of waste, none of which is managed very efficiently.
A transit wish list for wealthier times.
An audiologist explains why it's so much more than a mere annoyance.
That goal is part of the mayor's forthcoming "One New York" equity initiative.
"It may be crazy to swim in the canal," says Christopher Swain. "But what's crazier is that the Gowanus Canal is so messed up."
The borough's top 20 percent's mean income is 43 times that of the bottom 20 percent of earners.
In an alarming French survey, 100 percent of women said they've experienced it.
Traffic is down 12 percent in Gothenburg, and transit use is on the rise.
Visitors can watch Manhattan develop during the 47-second ride to the building's observation deck.
Advocates say the latest numbers are encouraging, but the city could still be doing more.
A new spoof, "The MTA Is Not Apologizing," shows impatient riders no mercy.
As a complementary form of mass transit, they've actually got a lot to recommend them.
Mapping 592,130 trees right down to trunk size.