Opioid Usage in Philadelphia Leads to Increase in HIV Diagnoses
While the opioid crisis in Philadelphia has been a status quo for years, this endless drug use is causing a new problem: an increase in HIV rates for the first time since the mid-2000s.
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 […]
Metrocard Swipes to be Replaced by Contactless System
View video on Vimeo The New York City subway system may soon be getting an update. Commuters are often frustrated […]
Fentanyl myths continue on despite little evidence
While fentanyl is an extremely potent and dangerous drug, it’s nearly impossible to be affected by it just from being […]
Safe Injection Sites Stall in NYC
A syringe full of red blood sits on a concrete street barrier underneath an expressway off-ramp near 181st Street and […]
Not a lot of youthful excitement for a redo of Clinton for president
Hillary Clinton speaking at a campaign event in Tempe, Arizona. Photo by Gage Skidmore Hillary Clinton is said to be […]
Arts organizations give city kids a chance to experience theater
Students working with the Situation Project get a chance to shadow staff at the show. Photo courtesy of the Situation […]
Special Report: Midterm Elections 2018
Once Again, Voting Controversies Surface at Prairie View A&M
Prairie View A&M University, a four-year college about an hour outside of Houston, Texas, is ready for the 2018 midterm […]
Protesters mourn Kavanagh confirmation in Washington Square Park
Voting is the only answer, they said.
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.