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Civic Center »

Activists say the NYPD's gang database targets people of color and keeps people in jail with high bail.

Astoria »

Lawyers representing 12 tenants say the landlords cut off WiFi and other services to the building.

Downtown Brooklyn »

An ICE raid outside a Brooklyn courthouse undermined New York's Sanctuary City status, critics said.

Civic Center »

The Coalition for the Homeless and Legal Aid said there have been seven reported incidents this year. 

Washington Heights »

The Asthma Free Homes Bill would would strengthens laws to fix triggers like roaches, mice and mold.

Jamaica »

JustFix.nyc is piloting an app to help tenant advocates and legal aid attorneys build legal cases.

St. George »

The Legal Aid Society filed a motion against the city for violating the judge's 2015 order.

Bushwick »

DNAinfo has a guide to some of the city's rental assistance programs and their challenges.

Kew Gardens »

Ronald Peters was forced to temporarily move to a Holiday Inn near the Veteran Hospital in Brooklyn. 

Stapleton »

The "Fresh Start" event will be held at the Central Family Life Center in Stapleton.

Central Harlem »

Despite more money for legal aid, lawyers say landlords are stepping up tactics to oust tenants.

Central Harlem »

A primer on preferential rent and why advocates believe it could lead to tenant displacement.

East Village »

The workshop will focus on the city's SCRIE and DRIE programs.

St. George »

The long-delayed courthouse opened Monday, sparking an uproar over cameras in lawyer interview rooms.

East New York »

The building on New Jersey Avenue has more than 180 open violations, according to city records.