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.
Eric Adams Neglected to Mention That the FBI Seized His Phones
Investigators reportedly took the Mayor's devices Monday night, a fact he did not disclose at a Wednesday press conference.
Rikers So Broken Even the Monitor Whose Job Is to Know How Broken It Is Now Says He Has No Idea
In a new report, the court monitor overseeing NYC jails calls the Adams administration's resistance to reform an "insurmountable impediment."
The Eric Adams Table of Success
Eric Adams Won’t Engage With What Everyone Knows: The NYPD Whitewashed Kawaski Trawick’s Killing
The mayor who ran on a promise to hold police accountable now doesn't want to "interfere."
You Can Now Film in NYPD Precincts, Thanks to This YouTuber
SeanPaul Reyes won a temporary injunction in federal court last Thursday. The very next day, he was livestreaming in the 75th Precinct with a copy of the court order in his hand.
What the Hell Just Happened With NYC Mayor Eric Adams?
The mayor's day began with a flight to D.C. and ended with a federal investigation of his campaign and the government of Turkey.
Eric Adams Does Not Want to Be Asked About Kawaski Trawick
The mayor won’t even admit he’s read reporting documenting the whitewash of an NYPD killing.
The NYPD Is Still Policing Protests Like It’s 2020
The NYPD’s handling of a pro-Palestinian rally in Bay Ridge Saturday would have violated the George Floyd protest settlement.
Summoned to Testify Before Watchdog, NYC Jails Chief Just Doesn’t Show Up
Is it still an oversight hearing if the agency being overseen just ditches it?
Judge Issues Another Order Telling Rikers Officials to Obey Her Previous Orders
Continued failure to follow court orders, the judge writes, “may result in additional orders.”
Eric Adams Still Can’t Say Whether NYPD Ran Out the Clock on Accountability for Kawaski Trawick’s Killers
"They held all the evidence that they needed to prosecute these officers."