Occupy Wall Street catapulted a little-known city planning initiative into the spotlight: Manhattan is dotted with privately-owned plazas, atriums and other spaces that most New Yorkers have no idea are open to the public.
Once a decade, New York State redraws its legislators' district lines to reflect the latest census. Inside the art of redistricting war.
As the NYPD polices by the numbers, a deep look at the data tells the story of law enforcement's impact on neighborhood streets.
The New York World tracks the retail market in political influence shaping decisions in Albany.