A month after Obama's controversial visit to island, Cuban Americans can't agree whether it was a good idea.
They came from all over the country to take on the more subdued Hilary Clinton supporters.
Despite recent unanimous support from politicians, some think that the wage gap continues to persist because women choose fields that pay less than men, such as early childhood-education and psychology versus STEM fields.
The Sanders campaign estimated 27,000 New Yorkers attended the rally.
NYPD officer Peter Liang fatally shot East New York resident Akai Gurley in an the unlit stairwell.
A key issue around the rezoning is the conflict between what residents see as a potential for gentrification and over-development.
While mom-and-pop salons and businesses still operate in Harlem, the area has also welcomed more upscale beauty enterprises to cater to a younger, more diverse clientele.
An estimated 22 veterans a day lose their lives to suicide.
one of the main challenges for girls from minority communities who want to get into technology, including Latina or African-American girls, is economics.
Though traditionally a quieter part of New York City, those exiting the 3rd Avenue - 138 Street subway station were met with the sound of live jazz and cheering as loud as the bright green uniforms worn by volunteers passing out water and bananas to runners.
The lead singer of the Kennedy Administration tells her story.
Singer Taiwan Norris, practices at the Riverside Church in Harlem, NY in preparation for his Carnegie Hall debut.
New York City generates more than $15 billion in annual sales—and this makes New York City the largest retail market in the US, according to the New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC).
As a free event that is open to the public, the untraditional space liberates the viewers from expectations often associated with museums and brick and mortar galleries.
About 200 people attended the Times Square demonstration, which was part of a two day effort.
While some participated in the competition, others informed guests about prostate cancer, and what they or a loved one could do to prevent it.
But the impact of high housing prices on their lives wasn’t the only thing drawing people to the park.
A few idle visitors walked by to check out the various homemade pizzas lining the picnic table style stand for the family’s bar. They walked away empty-handed.
Strategists and average Americans alike no longer need to wait for the results of formal polls to understand the political climate as viewers' theories and opinions are instantly shared online.
There was a degree of nostalgia for the religious climate of the United States that flourished in the aftermath of the attacks.
Sam Kedem(left) and Les Speiser (right) were first responders during the Ground Zero Relief effort and meet every year for...
In Maryland, she works as a nurse and remembered how the attack on the Pentagon made everyone so anxious. She saw how intensely everyone was affected, and how vulnerable people became.
Though the hundreds of individuals that walk into One World Trade Center everyday can likely recall precisely where they were when the towers were hit, for many the tragedy is something to remember, not relive.
After grueling one month long journeys that span over 1,000 miles, undocumented immigrants from Central America reach the United States with no where to turn.
For 17 years she has worked 12 hours a day, 6 days a work in Philadelphia's Chinatown.
At Rosa's Fresh Pizza, customers can buy slices in advances for the homeless.
No private bathroom, no kitchen and no stove make daily life very hard
Each broadcast incorporates Kichwa lessons, Andean tunes, and community workshops on issues that matter most to Latino migrant communities in New York and the nation.
The Chinese government imposes tariffs on certain imported goods, so the retail prices are much higher in China than here. Some e students saw the opportunity and buy goods here and sell them to China at a markup.
But harnessing big data’s power for local elections and other grassroots campaigns has proven difficult.
Only 10 Republicans currently hold city, state or federal elected positions in the five boroughs, and nine of them represent neighborhoods in Staten Island and south Brooklyn.
Alec Brook-Krasny, who immigrated to the US in 1989 from Moscow, hopes to be elected for his fifth consecutive term and to continue the debates that he values so much.