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Despite historical tensions, Koreans raise funds to aid Japan
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Despite historical tensions, Koreans raise funds to aid Japan

Relations between the countries have improved since the March 11 earthquake.

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Undocumented youth push for state bill similar to DREAM Act

After the U.S. Senate shot down the Development, Relief and Education for Alien Minors Act or “DREAM Act,” members of the New York State Youth Leadership Council are pushing for a similar bill in the state legislature.

Philadelphia Life: Tourism keeps the city vital and alive
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Philadelphia Life: Tourism keeps the city vital and alive

Visitors dollars help schools, libraries and other public services stay afloat.

NYC Marathon: Inspired Long Island City
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NYC Marathon: Inspired Long Island City

Thousands of people cheered, clapped and jangled little pink bells in support of New York City Marathon runners on 11th Street and 48th Avenue in Long Island City.

Activists: ‘Save your plastic bottles’
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Activists: ‘Save your plastic bottles’

Every year, New Yorkers throw away 25,059 tons of recyclable plastic bottles in their household garbage, environmental activists say.