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Fighting HIV/AIDS in NYC with Faith

One of my first reported pieces looked at the relationship between Faith Based Organizations and HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment in NYC. This project was the result of a collaboration between Storm Hurwitz, Ivy Tseng and myself. 39 more words


Power Shifts In The Big Apple

Richard Elliott, UMBC:

The Democratic primaries have been surprisingly close. A self-described democratic socialist from Vermont who was polling at an impressive 3% when he declared his… 602 more words

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The Great Brooklyn Debate and Visits to Kingsborough by Politicians

The Great Brooklyn Debate will be taking place this week on Thursday April 14, 2016 between US Senator Bernie Sanders who grew up only a mile or so from Kingsborough and former US Secretary of State and US Senator Hillary Clinton at the Brooklyn Navy Yard. 46 more words


Hundreds Rally Asking Gov. Cuomo to Deny the Constitution Pipeline

The Constitution Pipeline, a joint venture between Williams Pipeline Companies and Cabot Oil & Gas, would run approximately 124 miles from Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania to Schoharie County, New York.  775 more words


The balkanization of America @realdonaldtrump

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today signed an executive order banning all non-essential state travel to North Carolina. The order…bar[s] any such publicly funded travel that is not essential to the enforcement of state law or public health and safety.

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Heute hat der Bundesstaat New York und 4 Metropole – darunter New York City, San Francisco und Seattle – seinen Bediensteten jede weniger wichtige Dienstreise (non-essential travel) in den Bundesstaat North Carolina (NC) untersagt. 211 more words

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CUNY Takes a Hike

Artjom Plaunov

The New York State 2016-17 executive budget, approved by Governor Andrew Cuomo in January, will renew the NYCUNY 2020 program for five years, a so-called “rational tuition plan” which will allow CUNY to increase the New York resident tuition rate up to $300 per year. 941 more words

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