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Here’s why Texas lost water and power after a snowstorm

As many as 4 million Texans were left in the dark in freezing temperatures.

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Commuters brace for yet another MTA fare hike

Some subway-goers are unhappy with the service. They would like to see the MTA improve their system before raising fares.

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Justice is Female 

There is a long road ahead when it comes to reaching gender equality within the courts, but female judges are proving that their identities and experiences are assets.

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The show goes on

The theatre industry creates approximately $13 billion dollars of tax revenue for the city of New York.

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Poll worker keeps it moving

Their small team is a diverse one.

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Stakes are high for young women in the presidential election

The future looks uncertain for young women Democratic voters as election day nears.

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New findings reveal that the NYPD violated human rights laws during peaceful protest

 This particular police crackdown has become known as one of the most aggressive examples of their interference in Black Lives Matter marches in New York City.

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LaGuardia AirTrain construction will help unions, but could harm local residents

The construction could interfere with an ongoing environmental remediation and a community redevelopment project to revive Willets Point by building new affordable living.

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Trump voters unfazed by morality of Trump’s Covid response

On March 19th, Trump admitted to Woodward that he wanted to downplay the risk of the virus because he didn’t want to cause a panic.

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West Village staple, Caffe Reggio, remains open for outdoor dining in the wake of coronavirus restrictions 

The neighborhood staple enters a new era as it adapts to coronavirus restrictions and stretches into the street for out-door dining; a sign that the hustle and bustle of Greenwich Village life is far from over.