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Drinks to go could be a lifeline for city restaurants


Little relief at the pumps

A week after Biden’s historic oil reserve release to reduce gas prices, motorist are still struggling to fill a tank.


Brain Drain Impacts Mental Health in Bosnia and Herzegovina

With March 2021 marking the 30th anniversary of the Bosnian war and the country facing its greatest governmental crisis since the Balkan wars, millennials and Gen Z’ers are leaving the country in droves due to political and economic issues - a phenomenon called “brain drain.” 


NYC transit mask mandate extended

Straphangers can go maskless on April 18th.


City’s mask mandate comes to an end


NYU takes weeks to respond to Asian students attacked on campus

AJ Sun is one of at least four Asian NYU students assaulted on campus within the past month. Campus Safety originally dismissed Sun's assault, stating that it didn't fit the requirements of a racial hate crime, causing students to lose trust in campus safety.


Protestors fill Times Square and rally to end Russia’s war on the Ukraine

Many of the protestors had family in Ukraine.


Inflation headaches continue to rock the city

Food price, one of the main drivers of inflation, has been rising exponentially since the pandemic started.


Curtis Sliwa loses mayoral race after a rough day

Election workers blocked his cat from the polls, his ballot got stuck and even his fashion choice at the polls was questioned. The day ended with a double digit loss.


Inhumane conditions at Rikers Island lead to protests

Today protestors again rallied to close "Torture Island."