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The Independent Democratic Conference released a scathing report on the city's cluster sites and hotels.

Astoria »

De Blasio and Stringer traded barbs once again, this time about how best to combat Trump policies.

Central Harlem »

Stringer spoke of homeless issues and minority contracts during a speech at the National Action Network.

East Harlem »

The men will received a total of $1,515 for their destroyed possessions. 

Kingsbridge »

The city's quarterly survey of the street homeless remained at about 2,700 people.

Central Harlem »

Nearly 60 percent of New Yorkers lack emergency savings to cover 3 months rent, a housing group found.

Upper West Side »

New York Cares launches its 28th annual coat drive Tuesday, with pick-up locations around the 5 boros.

Flatiron »

The city has been housing homeless families in a Madison Avenue boutique hotel since August.

Bed-Stuy »

Community Education Council 16 will host a Q&A session on Tuesday, Oct. 18 at P.S 5 in Bed-Stuy.

Woodside »

Councilman Jimmy Van Bramer said neither he or other community leaders were notified of the use.

Bed-Stuy »

One out of five students in the districts experienced homelessness in the last few years, a report says.

East Village »

Homeless advocates say as more people are brought to area shelters, more are going to the park.

Far Rockaway »

The man beat his victim at a Far Rockaway bus stop then robbed him and left him to die, police said.

Civic Center »

The NYCLU filed a complaint against the NYPD with the Human Rights Commission Thursday.

Claremont Village »

Attendees asked questions about subjects ranging from slaughterhouses to regulating bullets.