In the final days before today’s New York Primary, Brooklyn continued to play a major role in Democratic presidential politics. Not only did former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Vermont Sen. … Full Article
There’s a palpable energy in the air in the streets of Downtown Brooklyn.
Walking down the sidewalks, one notices an abnormal number of police officers.
Every few minutes, fleets of unmarked black cars and news vans zip past. … Full Article
On the heels of a shocking new report showing that one in four low-income New Yorkers cannot afford to use public transportation, two groups, the Community Service Society of New York and the Riders Alliance, announced the start of a “Fair Fares” campaign to obtain half-fare MetroCards for … Full Article