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Sam Stein, the Senior Political Correspondent at the Huffington Post, speaks about how the sequester will change daily life for citizens.
Hurricane Sandy flooded the Fairway Market in the low-lying Red Hook neighborhood. Shoppers flocked there early this morning to celebrate the grand re-opening of the store.
New York City’s transit system suffered severe damages from Hurricane Sandy. The MTA is looking ahead and thinking about how the city can leverage its above the ground alternatives.
By Tony Maglio
The MTA is raising fares this Sunday by 25 cents per ride, or by 8 dollars a month for an unlimited monthly card. One New York City group is encouraging people to fight back.
According to the American Cancer society, many women make fewer visits to the doctor because they don’t have health insurance. St. Barnabas hospital in the Bronx has a plan to bring mammograms to the women who need them.
Commentator Katherine Jacobsen spent a year in Russia, hoping to perfect the difficult language. On a weekend trip, she discovered that it wasn’t the language that would be the most difficult thing to understand.
By Jeff Tyson
As Pope Benedict XVI’s replacement is decided on in the Vatican, Catholics in America see the change in leadership as a chance to reconsider some of the church’s positions.
Bill Kristol, editor of The Weekly Standard, spoke with us about some GOP members’ changing positions on gay marriage.
Some of the biggest and brightest stadiums in New York, and other projects, come from public-private partnerships which are becoming the new trend in funding public works.
Kenyans prepare to vote for a new president, but both leading candidates have a history of criminal activity that has led to unrest in the country.
By Lance Dixon
Oscar Pistorius’s guilt is still undecided, but the questions his case revives the ongoing conversation about athletes who haved arm themselves and act violently.
By Sonia Paul
In honor of Dr. Seuss’s birthday the New York Public Library hosted an event for Read Across America Day, helping children escape into another world.