Rosa Goldensohn

Rosa Goldensohn

I'm a reporter in NYC.

I cover politics and government for Crain's New York Business.

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Crain's New York Business

ICE arrests New York farmworkers, alarming industry and advocates | Crain's New York Business

ICE arrests New York farmworkers, alarming industry...

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Construction industry ready to battle as safety bills hit the council floor

Construction industry ready to battle as safety bil...

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The dirty secret in your basement

Used motor oil is being pumped into furnaces, triggering lawsuits and putting New Yorkers at risk

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Worker falls and dies at city-backed affordable housing site of ...

Worker falls and dies at city-backed affordable hou...

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Council will examine construction deaths issue | Crain's New York ...

Council will examine construction deaths issue | Cr...

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Queens construction tragedy is second for contractor | Crain's New ...

Queens construction tragedy is second for contracto...

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Mayor chided for citing building boom and human error in ...

Mayor chided for citing building boom and human err...

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Construction union leaders condemn de Blasio for 'callously ...

Construction union leaders condemn de Blasio for 'c...

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Mayor Bill de Blasio brushes off incomplete count of construction ...

Mayor Bill de Blasio brushes off incomplete count o...

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Despite safety push, many worksite deaths go uncounted

More than a third of construction fatalities last year were not recorded by the de Blasio administration

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Domestic violence emerges as economic scourge and primary driver of homelessness

Surpasses evictions as main reason New Yorkers turn to city shelters

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DNAInfo

Teen's Death in Solitary Cell Shows Health Failures at Rikers Island

Andy Henriquez, a 19-year-old from Washington Heights, whispered through the walls of his solitary cell on Rikers Island that he was dying.

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DNAInfo

City Renewed Contracts With Rikers Health Provider Despite 4 Inmate Deaths

State investigators admonished the medical provider for New York's jails and prisons on four separate occasions after Rikers Island inmates in its care died — yet government officials still repeatedly renewed its contract, DNAinfo New York has learned.

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Real estate execs gave to de Blasio while seeking key decisions from the city

Donors who sought air-rights deals, landmark approvals and more from the mayor could catch probers' eyes

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NYC to Trump: You didn't build that golf course

NYC to Trump: You didn't build that golf course