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Articles, Investigations and Blogs

While statisticians wrestle over whether the decennial count accurately captured New York's population, CUNY journalism students looked inside the numbers for stories of ethnic change in places like Ridgewood, Queens.



Our May 2010 investigation of the causes and consequences of record-high black male joblessness was honored by the New York City Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists.



Reporting on turf and tasers gets notice.



Watch a video interview about the challenges confronting one Brooklyn High School: A dwindling student population, reduced class offerings and the third principal in about a year.



City Limits' magazine coverage of the Harlem Children's Zone, synthetic turf in city parks and other topics garnered three journalism prizes this week.



The city's housing agency subpoenaed the former and current owners of the Milbank portfolio, a group of 10 Bronx buildings that has become a test case for what happens to tenants when multiunit buildings fall into foreclosure.



Amid mounting criticism of Mayor Bloomberg's pick of Cathie Black to head the city's schools, three former mayors, a bevy of business leaders and the administration itself mount a defense.



The New York City schools chancellor is stepping down. Here's a look at some of the battles he stepped into during his time at Tweed.



Election night confirmed what polls had predicted for weeks: Andrew Cuomo will be New York's next governor. Here's a look at what that means for the state's economy, schools, power plants and housing market.



Small businesses help make New York's neighborhoods. But as the next issue of City Limits reports, economic trends and policy decisions are threatening their survival.



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