In New York, President Trump's OSHA inspectors have been performing slightly more inspections, but finding fewer infractions per visit and issuing smaller penalties.
Brooklyn prosecutors dropped rape charges March 6 against two disgraced ex-NYPD detectives accused of having sex with a woman in their custody. The former cops now face only bribery and official misconduct charges.
These residents don't use smartphones or browse the web. But their management company plans to stop sending hard copies of their rent bills, which many of them need to re-certify for Section 8 benefits.
This story was re-reported by WCBS-2, after which the management company dropped its plans.
Based in Brooklyn, I focus on urban reporting, with special emphasis on data and courthouse reporting. Currently I'm freelancing most days for the New York Daily News. I graduated from the Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at CUNY in 2018.
In an earlier life, I spent a decade covering video technology. I've been a section editor, a copy editor, and a video/text blogger for various trade magazines.
Now, my New York City–based beats include criminal justice, housing, and the opioid epidemic.