27 days ago | Courts
Federal appeals-court Judge Neal Gorsuch, President Donald Trump’s nominee for the Supreme Court, is not as zealous as some of the other judges Trump considered for the seat, but has a solidly right-wing record on issues such as birth control...
28 days ago | Health
As President Trump and the Republican Congress threaten the health care coverage of millions of Americans, New York State could create a universal health care system that would save residents tens of billions of dollars — if the Legislature passes...
2 months ago | East Village
For tenants in Jared Kushner’s buildings, seeing their landlord getting a top position in the White House is as nightmarish as Donald Trump becoming President is for most New Yorkers. “It’s disgusting. It’s insane. It’s ludicrous,” Mary Ann Siwek,...
'When It Rains Outside, It Rains Inside': Tenants Say Notorious NYC Landlord Is Practicing 'Construction as Harassment'2 months ago | Real Estate
“I was sitting at my desk, and the ceiling came down on top of me and my computer,” the woman says, standing in the hallway of 159 Stanton Street on the Lower East Side. The woman, a rent-stabilized tenant who asked to remain anonymous, lives in o...
3 months ago | Rent
Marco Angel thought his apartment was fine the way it was. Angel, a 43-year-old lawyer with combed-back black hair and glasses, has lived in a rent-stabilized sixth-floor apartment at 1475 Sheridan Avenue in the Bronx since he was a teenager, and ...
4 months ago | Real Estate
The city’s building-trades unions and real-estate developers late yesterday afternoon announced a deal that could revive the 421-a tax subsidy for apartment construction. Governor Andrew Cuomo had asked the Building and Construction Trades Council...