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Despite Tariffs, Trade War, Trump Remains Popular Among Upstate Dairy Farmers

In spite of a trade war that escalated over the last six months. The New USMCA Trade Agreement has cemented the dairy communities support of Trump and the Republican platform ahead of the 2018 midterm elections.

Midterm Elections 2018 / News / Video

Opioid Crisis Ignored In Florida’s Governor’s Race

As the opioid crisis continues to rage throughout the United States, states like Ohio, West Virginia and Pennsylvania are in the national spotlight. But for the two gubernatorial candidates in Florida, Rep. Ron Desantis and Dem. Andrew Gillum, the issue has remained largely silent. Angela Tennel, who lost her son to the epidemic and is now and advocate fighting the crisis, believes the topic needs to be addressed and handled immediately.

Midterm Elections 2018 / Multimedia / News / Politics

Explosive Device at CNN Leaves Journalists Feeling Attacked

Police manage the crowds at CNN headquarters today after an explosive device was found at their Columbus Circle headquarters. Photo by Li Cohen At 9:30 a.m., a suspicious package was found in the mailroom of CNN’s headquarters at Columbus Circle in New York City. The package contained white powder and an explosive device that law enforcement said was virtually identical […]

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Protesters respond to Trump’s plan to define gender

Protesters gathered at City Hall in response to the Trump administration’s plan to exclude transgender and nonbinary people from its legal definition of gender.

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NY People: The Duck Man

Takahito “TK” Nakamura went from losing his family as a child to traveling around the world in an attempt to make people smile. TK has transformed himself into the Duck Man to showcase his love of music and brighten as many peoples days as he can with only a set of drums and a duck costume. He can be seen throughout New York City, primarily in Times Square Station.

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NYC People: Dina Leor, La Sirena Mexican Folk Art

Dina Leor spoke on the joys and hardships of running her Mexican folk art store, nestled in the heart of NYC’s East Village.

Midterm Elections 2018

Florida’s opioid crisis forgotten in heated governor’s race

Angela Tennell keeps a photo of her son David Neering, who died of a drug overdose in 2016 after years or dealing with an opioid addiction. Photo by Li Cohen As red and blue waves continue clashing in Florida in the race for the governor’s mansion this November, a hurricane of people in the general public are fighting for the […]

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Celebrating Indigenous People on Randall’s Island

Hundreds of people gathered at Randall’s Island to celebrate Indigenous People’s Day instead of Columbus Day.

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Women rally to express outrage at Kavanaugh confirmation

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Rage Brought Women Together at Washington Square Park

Hoffenberg said that a year ago, she never would have guessed that she’d be on the ground organizing against a Supreme Court nominee like Kavanaugh