They left because they said they had accomplished what they had set out to do: spark a larger conversation around the value of higher education.
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A divided electorate voted to give President Obama more time to continue the agenda he began four years ago, despite a fragile economy, rancor over his signature health care overhaul, and a partisan Congress continually at odds.
A recent study released warned of potential disenfranchisement that could occur for at least 25,000 transgender voters in states with strict photo identification requirements.
Meet Genesis Tramine, a Brooklyn artist committed to her art and people.
For the brave, passionate, and possibly foolhardy, waiting in line for the new Apple iPhone 5, which goes on sale today at 8 A.M. is a testament to their dedication. But for most, it has become a PR opportunity. As various media outlets descended upon the Apple store on Fifth Avenue, secondary companies that sell [...]
Ahead of the November presidential elections, protestors gathered for a day of action Monday morning in Manhattan’s Financial District in an attempt to re-energize a movement that has flagged since the spring and voice their discontent with an Obama administration that has done little to deliver on the promise of his 2008 campaign. “From a [...]
Psy has succeeded where many of his South Korean predecessors have failed: piercing the U.S. market.
9/11l service that was markedly quieter and more intimate than years past.