Find out how much money you are eligible to receive under the federal stimulus plan.
Read More »Data: Hospital beds available on Long Island
As COVID-19 hits LI, explore the region's current hospital bed capacity.
Read More »Long Island’s middle class is becoming smaller
Median income on Long Island has barely recovered to its 2009 levels, and a growth in income disparity is furthering the divide between the haves and have-nots.
Read More »Long Island children have more opportunities than NYC children
Overall, Long Island overwhelmingly provides far higher opportunity levels and better resources for children than their counterparts in New York City.
Read More »Are Long Island’s children better off than rest of U.S.? Yes – and no.
A new study finds that while Long Island offers its children high level of opportunities, it varies significantly area to area.
Read More »The top 10% of Long Islanders are becoming more wealthy
Where the top 10% of our population started seeing wages rise again in 2012, the bottom 10% did not see growth until 2014.
Read More »Report: Nearly half of renters in NY are burdened
A recent report by the Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies found that nationwide the U.S. rental market has changed a great deal since the 1990s.
Read More »How are the bottom 10% of Long Island faring?
Adjusted for inflation, we found that Long Island's bottom 10% has actually seen a 2% wage decline since 2005.
Read More »Long Island’s Asian American population on the rise
Two towns in Nassau County saw significant increases in the Asian American population from 2013 to 2018.
Read More »Report: Long Island’s Hispanic population on the rise in most areas
The Hispanic or Latino population on Long Island is growing in many places, according to newly released ACS numbers.
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