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New Yorkers have little faith in the MTA

In July 2018, it was reported  that just over 65 percent of weekday subway trains were arriving at stations on time.

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L train shutdown can be boom or doom for local businesses

The 15 month repair project is expected to make it significantly more difficult for commuters to make the trek there.

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Some men not swayed by allegations of sexual assault

Their minds are already made up.

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Trauma and anger fuel some women to fight against Kavanagh’s nomination

The Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network (RAINN) reports that every year, nearly 400,000 children and adults are victims of sexual assault. As rampant as the issue is, only a handful – about six in 1,000 – perpetrators are sentenced to prison.

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Conservative women’s support for Judge Kavanaugh remains strong

According to a recent NBC Poll 70 percent of Republican women support the judge despite the sexual assault allegations.

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Hundreds gather to remember the devastation of Hurricane

A lot of the pain and anger Puerto Ricans feel is based on the neglect of the federal government.

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Anger remains one year after Hurricane Maria ripped through Puerto Rico

Protesters believe that the federal government is to blame.

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Deadline for e-cigarette sales to minors worries sellers

Earlier this month, the FDA issued a warning letter to many e-cigarette producers, including Juul, Blue and Logic, giving them 60 days to get the product out of minors hands or risk being pulled from the market.

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Hurricane Maria remembered through vigil and protest

After the services the attendees marched to nearby Trump Tower.

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Protesters call Chinese government treatment of Muslims “inhumane”

Protesters claim that the Chinese government is arbitrarily detaining members of Muslim minority communities in political detention centers.