all stories tagged "Poverty"
Maintenance jobs are growing in New York City and many pay better wages and benefits than you might expect.
The former restaurateur reminds nostalgic fans of his parting message: accept change. VIDEO
Could use of the NYCLU's new tool lead to the arrests of its users? Know your rights when filming the NYPD.VIDEO
The term "digital divide" is problematic, but New York City is focused on improving broadband access and digital literacy for low-income students and their families.VIDEO
In its investigation, City Limits found an overburdened system where delays were endemic, legal help was scarce and the approach to solving family problems was divided.
Many say that reform strategies are particularly misunderstood and poorly executed in the city's largest, overcrowded public schools.
Will NYC's new responsible banking ordinance improve support for local communities and prevent foreclosures? MetroFocus asked Cleveland, which led the way in 1990.
On June 15, President Barack Obama announced a radical policy shift on immigration, which in many ways works around congressional resistance to the federal DREAM Act.VIDEO