The ad shows a boy going through all the trials and tragedies of life, only to end up — spoiler alert — buying a sandwich as an adult.
Natasha Tynes claims to have been defamed and her work sabotaged after she was accused of racism.
"What's the opposite of a Pulitzer," one person said about reporter Lisa Guerrero’s look at "fare beaters."
It was clearly hungry work.
“You really don't realize how inaccessible the city is until you need it to be accessible for you.”
Meet Amanda Septimo, the 27-year-old South Bronx native running for State Assembly in the poorest congressional district in the US. Her run for office is nothing if not personal, inspired not by years of political neglect and failed legislation in her community. At a moment where the progressive party has the spotlight in New York City, Amanda is hoping that the systemic poverty plaguing her district becomes part of the outrage.
Alex Elegudin is tasked with making the outdated New York City transit network more accessible.
Rae Swon, the artist behind the viral costume, discusses how she brought one of Hieronymus Bosch's most haunting creatures to life.
The scanners can detect suspicious items from 30 feet away.
A transit source told HuffPost that the account attempts to respond to every tweet it receives.
The illustrated profiles of men and women who've experienced homelessness in New York City in this series are gorgeous.
More than ever, Americans are choosing to eat out or pick up a meal on the way home. Given the ease and the variety of options
The Humane Society of the United States released details of a multi-state undercover investigation into Pilgrim’s Pride.