Molly is a writer and occasional editor covering crime, labor, and the American health care system.
Bodega Cat Exonerated in Stunning Court Decision
A deli worker remains solvent and a cat remains unbothered.
It’s Wednesday and Another Mediocre Man Goes to Harvard
Plus: Primary results, dark money and the People's Republic of Astoria
Why Did the NYPD Abruptly Clear Out Washington Square Park?
The party mayor's anti-party agenda comes for the City's most vibrant public space—and the unhoused people the Adams administration has failed to help.
Katz’s Deli Hosted a Diplo Show on Sunday Night
Sausage party at Katz's.
A Hot, Dubious Swagger Summer for Some NYC Employees
“Even just optically, it’s in such poor taste."
It’s Wednesday and Anti-Vaxxers Are Trying to Dump Ketchup on Bill de Blasio’s House
The anti-vaxxers are protesting, even as the lawmakers are bowing to their demands.
It’s Tuesday, Check Out These Correction Officers Throwing a Party at Rikers Island
As people continue to die at Rikers, those who run the City's notorious jail get booze, white tablecloths, and thrones.
NYPD Officer Who Brandished Gun at BLM Protesters Avoids a Trial
The City declined to represent the officer, but taxpayers are still on the hook for his bill.
New York’s Delivery Class Is Just Trying to Stay Cool
The city’s delivery workers are braving deadly weather conditions, again .