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As parents overdose, Pasco County schools becomes overburdened

 Pasco County, Florida, is a primarily white middle-class community perfectly nestled between the Gulf of Mexico’s sunny beaches and Disney World. But despite being in the sunniest state and close to the happiest place on earth, it is clouded by addiction. Parents are getting high, children are being neglected and teachers are desperately seeking help as the opioid crisis […]

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The Opioid Epidemic: The Students of Pasco County

The number of opiod related deaths in Pasco County, Florida, is 30 percent higher than the state average.

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 As Purdue Pharma Settles Lawsuits, Families Feel Betrayed

Just four months before Eddie Bisch’s death from an Oxycontin overdose in February 2001, he and his father posed for a photo in October 2000.   In 2001, Ed Bisch heard the word OxyContin for the first time, standing outside his home in Philadelphia. Inside, his son, 18-year-old Eddie Bisch, lay dead in his bed from an overdose of the […]

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New Yorkers Are Torn on Paying College Athletes

 On Monday evening, Virginia outlasted Texas Tech in overtime to win the NCAA Division 1 (D1) Basketball Championship Game. Almost 20 million people tuned in to watch the final, and based off of profits in 2017 the NCAA is expected to make over $900 million from the March Madness tournament alone. But the athletes who are competing won’t see […]

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Plastic bag ban approved in New York State budget

The ban will go into effect in March of 2020.

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Metrocard Swipes to be Replaced by Contactless System

The New York City subway system may soon be getting an update. Commuters are often frustrated by the MTA’s Metrocard system – sometimes, they don’t swipe properly; when the funds on the card run low, the machines in the stations sometimes aren’t working, or will only take cash. A potential solution is a contactless subway card. The MTA has begun […]

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East Village eyesore’s future remains uncertain

Before it was a cracking, boarded-up shell, the former school building was used as a community center of sorts.

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The Green New Deal explained in 1:17

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Women Demand Equal Pay

Women gathered at New York City Hall on Tuesday for the 13th Annual Equal Pay Day to address the pay gap and demand equality.

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Women’s wrestling keeps growing