Department of Education data obtained by The New York World reveals a stark contrast between a few well-funded PTAs and more than 1,000 other smaller organizations across the city.
What happens when a mayor runs a city like a business? Lessons from New York’s 12-year experiment with a billionaire-in-chief.
How The New York World mined the data on the city’s most disgusting grocery stores
Good things happen when nonprofit newsrooms collaborate across state lines — and New York now has Minnesota to thank for helping us keep a close watch on our legislature
How does a plunging New York City murder rate look from a global perspective? We chart the numbers by neighborhood – from Libya to Poland to Vietnam.
We run the numbers on pistol permit-holders — with an assist from the database underlying a newspaper’s controversial map
Government bean-counters track hundreds of different food items trucked into the Bronx each week
To mark May Day, Occupy Wall Street has declared today a general strike, and protests are planned for many locations in midtown and lower Manhattan. Already, we’ve seen and filed numerous reports of public parks and plazas, as well as privately owned public spaces, barricaded against public entry. Whether you’re a pedestrian, protester or both, this map will […]