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The Department of Education has revised portions of its disciplinary code to make consequences for poor behavior less strict for the youngest students.
Documents reveal tense negotiations between housing officials and Ratner over the affordable housing in the first Atlantic Yards residential tower.
How do you reduce noise in one of the loudest cities in the world?
The 78th Precinct's borders will soon expand to include the home of the Brooklyn Nets and major arena events, and neighbors have opening night jitters.
Do NYC urban planners have infrastructure and environmental advice for slum-filled cities in other parts of the world?
This election season, share your views -- or argue them -- with political clubs, meetup groups and debaters. Join a group, or just be their guest at talks, social hours, organizing events and more.
An EPA competition launched with 14 participants in 2010. Now 3,300 buildings are competing, with some unusual entrants in the metro region.
A high school civics program and family history bolstered teens' confidence to demand a female moderator for presidential debates. VIDEO