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For some commuters, subway travel is complicated

According to the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, out of the 427 stations in New York City, only 114 are accessible.

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New Yorkers celebrate Amazon backing out of LIC deal

View video on Vimeo Entwined in a four-foot-high pile of trash facing the Upper East Side sat a deformed delivery […]

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Taxis and rideshare drivers outraged by new fees

It’s been a week since New York City implemented its new surcharges for taxi and rideshare services, and drivers and riders alike are unhappy.

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Electronic Bikes, Scooters and Skateboards: A Dangerous Alternative for NYC Commuters

As transportation worsens in New York City, more citizens turn to utilizing electronic bicycles, scooters and skateboards. But, this leads residents facing different issues during their commutes. In 2017, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced that the city would start cracking down on illegal Electric Bikes. He stated that e- bikes are a “real danger” and a “serious problem” when it comes to safety on the streets.

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Guidelines for dealing with clergy sexual abuse on hold

Survivors and advocates for reform in the Catholic Church are frustrated by the Vatican's decision to delay any vote addressing clergy abuse until February.

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Malibu Residents Rebuild After Woolsey Fire

The Woolsey Fire burned for almost 2 weeks, killing 3 people and countless animals. Almost 300,000 people were evacuated from their homes and over 1600 structures were destroyed. Now that the fire has subsided, the people of Malibu are coming together to rebuild their community.

Special Report: Midterm Elections 2018

Muslim Voters are Voting for Change

Voters have not seen in this many Muslim candidates on the ballot since after 9/11. The Muslim community, a frequent target of President Trump, is seeking representation.

Special Report: Midterm Elections 2018

Volunteers Fuel Ocasio-Cortez’s Congressional Campaign

Passionate volunteers Bronx Democrat, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, underdog primary campaign to victory. She is expected to coast to victory on Election Day.

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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.

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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.