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The collapse of the World Trade Center Towers on Sept. 11, 2001, ripped away the lives of not just the more than 2,750 people who died that day, but also 343 firefighters and 71 police officers. more
So much time has been spent on the debate over whether football players are disrespecting the flag and the national anthem by not standing, that we’ve virtually ignored a level of disrespect hitting us much closer to home. more
Just like the horror movie where the scary monster just won’t die no matter how many times you stab and electrocute it, Republican efforts to simply repeal the Affordable Care Act in the U.S. Senate somehow find a way back to the world of the living. more
Today, with email, text, and a variety of social media messaging services, that dependence on licking a stamp and sticking it to an envelope just doesn’t exist anymore. And that should spell doom for the U.S. Postal Service as we know it. Except it isn’t. more
A few years before her death at 38, Emma Lazarus donated a short sonnet to raise money for the construction of the pedestal that would eventually prop the Statue of Liberty into the sky. more
Was it a dream? Or was it just a waste of time? more
It’s now been more than a week since violence erupted at a rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, involving members of white supremacist and neo-Nazi groups. more
Despite the claims of some who have fought against bicycle-accessible travel in the Bronx, there really is no “bike mafia.” But maybe there should be. more
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How is your local government spending more than $26 million of your money? more
On a single night in January last year, 86,352 people had no home to go to in New York. Only California was higher with 118,142. more
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