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As the policing unit probing New York's Muslim communities ends, we ask: Is a secret program like this ever acceptable?
The New York City Police Department has disbanded covert unit, but some Muslims doubt civil rights violations will end
Seeking work on city street corners, immigrants struggle for temporary jobs and fight, with help, for a fair wage
Deal struck with local Teamsters union reduces penalty to temporary suspension and payment of damages
Jonathan Fleming was more than 1,000 miles from crime scene at the time, on a Disney World vacation
The grocery delivery service says new site will bring jobs, but residents fear increased pollution.
Settled in Queens, undocumented Mexican student Juan Carlos Romero is waiting on June result of final appeal
Standards-based education reform is not a good use of U.S. taxpayers’ time or money
Activists say protest was part of an attempt to revive Occupy movement, with events planned worldwide
Proposed amphitheater on Onondaga Lake will cover up former industrial waste dump site.
The Washington Post and Guardian won a Pulitzer Prize for reporting on NSA surveillance programs