Nick Pinto served two tours as staff writer at the Village Voice. His reporting has appeared in The New York Times Magazine, Gothamist, The New Republic, Rolling Stone, The Intercept, and elsewhere.
Bounced from Shelter to Shelter, a Family of Asylum Seekers Struggles to Stay New Yorkers
An interview with a family that never imagined themselves in New York City, and now have nowhere else to go.
New York’s Prison Labor System: ‘You Got the Slaves, and You Got the Masters’
Testifying to state lawmakers, former incarcerated workers for the state’s Corcraft program described a regime of exploitation.
The Eric Adams Table of Success
Police Union’s Last-Ditch Effort to Scuttle NYPD Reforms Fails In Court
The NYPD has now entered into an agreement to change how it polices protests.
Adams Fought the Lawmakers and the Lawmakers Won
City Council voted Tuesday to override the Mayor’s veto of bills on police transparency and humane jail conditions
Police Union’s Surprise Weapon in Its Legal Battle to Block Protest Policing Reform? The Mayor
The Police Benevolent Association pushback against the 2020 George Floyd protests settlement has its day in court.
NYC’s Biggest Police Union Has Made a Huge Mess of the 2020 Protest Settlement
A court hearing Monday will help determine whether the Police Benevolent Association can play spoiler to reforms the NYPD has already agreed to.
Want to Report in Police Headquarters? The NYPD Says You Need a Chaperone
The police department is requiring reporters who wish to report from headquarters to sign papers committing to new restrictions.
Evidentiary Photo Album: Deputy Mayor Phil Banks’s 2014 Trip to Israel
Three convicted co-conspirators, one unindicted co-conspirator, and memories to last a lifetime.
The NYPD Is Promising to Turn Over Misconduct Evidence Faster. It Won’t Help Kawaski Trawick’s Family
A new, non-binding agreement commits the NYPD to turn over evidence to the Civilian Complaint Review Board within 90 days.
One Last Sunday at Two Brooklyn Public Libraries: ‘It’s a Big Loss’
Thanks to budget cuts by the Adams administration, libraries across the city have been forced to eliminate a day of service.