Just 5 percent of offers to elite high schools went to black students and 7 percent to Latinos.
Technology is making house hunting in New York City a sport all about data and speed.
Luis Jessup was arrested for raping a woman at gunpoint in Douglaston, police said.
Chicken, the top item on school cafeteria menus, will be antibiotic-free starting next year, DOE said.
Services changes will hit the 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, A, C, D, E and S lines this weekend.
Devananad and Ambar Lachman held the 54-year-old victim against her will, police said.
Her attacker can be seen in a video walking through the Douglaston spa, police said.
Anthony Pego lives in Oklahoma but recently painted local New York politicians.
Alley Pond Park's Environmental Center is offering yoga classes at its log cabin on Saturdays.
De Blasio talks about helping the middle class. But just who is he talking about? It's not easy to know.
Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña unveiled discipline reforms, but some advocates wanted bigger changes.
January's median rent for northwest Queens was $4 more than parts of Brooklyn, a real estate firm found.
Some Queens politicians are trying for an additional route to the World's Fair Marina.
From joining a committee to starting a dual language program, parents are transforming schools.
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