On Thursday night, 1,000 New Yorkers gathered in Fort Greene, Brooklyn, to mourn the passing of the inimitable superstar musician and the sexiest MF to ever rock a lace jumpsuit.
Cali calls her signature product "my Calicakes," but sometimes, she says, "I like to call them chronic super food."
Peter Liang, who became notorious as a rookie cop who accidentally shot and killed a man two years ago, got probation and community service despite protests from Black Lives Matter activists.
The latest contest between Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton was unmistakably hostile, but as usual, neither candidate landed a knockout punch.
Sanders hung out with Verizon strikers in Brooklyn Wednesday, and also snagged an endorsement from the local union for subway workers ahead of the April 19 New York primary.
Photographer Tim Schutsky hung out with some eerie cows and played around with googly eyes to get the perfect shot for our April 2016 cover.
In many ways, Brookdale University Hospital's emergency room—one of the busiest in New York City—acts as a bizarro microcosm of the inequitable American healthcare system.
Daniel Miller never expected to become a psychedelics advocate, but the former Ivy League-educated lawyer started the Psychedelic Society of Brooklyn last year to help change cultural and political attitudes towards LSD.
A program called supervised release offers an escape route for people faced with a possible stint at New York City's hellish Rikers Island jail complex.
Then, Motherboard weighs the arguments against panda conservation and the Creators Project explains how virtual reality will change the future of storytelling.
Our new photo series kicks off with a chaotic night of drinking, foosball, and tattoos.
An intellectually-disabled man who was already on crutches from a previous shooting somehow got fingered for a woman's murder. Then he was failed by his own lawyers and shady prosecutors.
Mar 9, 2016
So far in 2016, half of the cops shot in New York were hit by friendly fire.
The NYPD has softened penalties for possessing pot, but law enforcement still hits some people harder than everyone else.
The Sinaloa cartel boss is reportedly miffed and ready to cross the border because Mexican prison guards are waking him up all the time.
This morning, Rubio lays into Trump at the latest Republican debate, polls open today in Iran, Facebook employees have defaced a Black Lives Matter slogan, and more.
People are still getting haircuts at the place despite a sprawling indictment from the Brooklyn DA's office.
After escaping from Mexican prison twice, the drug cartel boss could get extradited, and Brooklyn is the early frontrunner to host his trial.
Called "Son of Sal" by his neighbors on Staten Island, Salvatore Perrone targeted three shopkeepers in Brooklyn for brutal slayings.
We went looking for a real-life Saul Goodman and found Howard Greenberg—a fast-talking, boundary-pushing, notoriously eccentric criminal defense attorney in Brooklyn.
"Dripping with ingenuity and alt-lifestyle aura lays the Snowpocalypse of 2016's most desirable getaway," read the description.
A lurid allegation of group sexual assault on a playground is shining a spotlight on a corner of NYC that often makes headlines for gun violence but rarely grips the public imagination.
New York City seems safer and richer than ever, but gang violence continues to stump local law enforcement.
A two-night concert took place in Brooklyn last week to raise funds for 2016 Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders. Photographer Pete Voelker was on the scene.