Send them through the back door!
The very things that made Bloomberg's tenure so transformative also helped to hurt the city.
A new kind of skyline.
What could possibly go wrong?
The unique challenges of helping the elderly if they've lived most of their life on the street.
Earnest plans for a new mixed-use project that look anywhere from a wooden-shutter factory to the barn of a giant Amish farmer.
What happens when no one comes to fix the broken toilet. Ever.
The actor says the policy works (also, he was mugged once).
New York City and California have begun to offer up their GIS files to anyone who wants them, and early results are amazing.
"No matter what I do, I am being constantly treated as if I’m not worthy of this society."
And other patterns from a new Election Atlas of New York voting results.
New zip code analysis shows a concentration of urban investment along the Boston-Washington corridor.
Ten years after the 2003 meltdown, weather-related outages are on the rise.
The numbers are bad. But these recorded quotes from department leaders really get at the heart of the problem.
Stop and frisk and mandatory minimums could get major overhauls. The impact of those policy shifts, neatly summarized.
Conceptual artist Nobutaka Aozaki asks New York tourists for directions scribbled on a napkin, receipt, or stray piece of paper.
Behold an aerial view of the complex and far-reaching NYC subway system.
Eighty percent of New York state voters have an unfavorable opinion of him, an all-time low in the history of Siena College polls.
A new system tracks food illness by parsing mountains of geo-tagged data.