Pioneering radio broadcaster Gil Bailey, known as the Godfather of Reggae Radio, died Monday of COVID-19.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions is expected to try and limit who qualifies for asylum in the US.
Immigration advocates say that ICE agents are increasingly turning up at court dates that have nothing to do with immigration issues. And ICE agents are taking undocumented people into custody.
The warm welcome many Syrian families receive in the US does not always apply to schools.
A 2014 study by UCLA researchers found that New York has some of the most racially segregated public schools in the US.
Visit the school chosen to show the Pope how Catholic education is still thriving — or at least trying to — despite the changes facing the Church.
In New York City, like in other parts of the US, some students spend their break digging into algebra equations, hoping to ace a test that will get them into a top public high school. But some question whether a single test unfairly leaves some students out.
Sports can pay off in all sorts of ways. But at this school in Brooklyn, it gives some students from different backgrounds a way to mix that they wouldn't otherwise.
Scientists are looking at new ways to tap energy from the ocean- and small-scale wave and tidal projects are being installed around the world. In New York City, a tidal project in the East River could eventually generate enough power for about 5,000 homes