New York City public high school students are demanding for more equitable funding for team sports from the Department of Education and the Public School Athletic League.
The City Council introduces a new bill that would regulate the 2,000 nail salons in New York City.
April 24, 2015 marks the 100 year anniversary for the Armenian genocide. Many countries including the United States do not consider the mass killing a genocide. Today, Armenians still fight for the recognition of what happened a century ago.
Commentator Charlotte Gibson went on her first camping trip last summer. She learned that camping can present more challenges than just using an outdoor bathroom and sleeping in a tent.
New York is the only state in the country to ban professional mixed martial arts events. New York fighters have to travel out of state to compete and gain national recognition in the increasingly popular sport. Charlotte Gibson reports that momentum is growing in Albany to legalize the violent fight club events in New York.
Iranian-American Novelist Porochista Khakpour Explains the Powerful Impact of Iran Deal Towards Progress
Iran and six partner nations reached a framework agreement on its nuclear program on Thursday. There was an upbeat mood surrounding the announcement, following eight days of intense debate Secretary of State John Kerry and his Iranian counterpart Mohammad Javad Zarif. Iranian-American novelist, Porochista Khakpour, talks about her initial reaction to the agreement and why this is such a momentous moment for both Iran and the United States.
Major League Soccer and the Players Union settled on a new Collective Bargaining Agreement that will increase players’ salaries and create free agency. The new deal will last five years and opens the door for many young, talented players.
Two years ago, Manchester City Football Club and the New York Yankees acquired a Major League expansion team for 10 million dollars. The New York City Football Club is expected to start its inaugural season in nine days.