Articles by Amber Coakley




Police patrol the A line subway train bound to Inwood, after NYPD deployed an additional 500 officers into the subway system following deadly attacks, Saturday Feb. 13, 2021, in New York. Authorities say an unidentified man could be responsible for four separate stabbing attacks in the New York City subways that have left two people dead. New York police say the assaults happened between Friday morning and early Saturday. (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews)

Poll: Almost half of New Yorkers may leave due to crime

Almost half of New York City residents are considering relocating to other cities as violent crime in the Big Apple spirals out of control. That’s according to a new poll by Morning Consult, which found 40 percent of Manhattan residents and 48 percent of people living in other boroughs want to move out of New York.




A man walks past a homeless encampment beneath an overpass in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)

Mental health crisis affecting homeless population

Americans continue to struggle with mental illness across the country, which hits the nations homeless population particularly hard. As One America’s Natasha Sweatte reports, the complex issue of homelessness and mental health is closely aligned.