Politics (Page 6)
Protesters mourn Kavanagh confirmation in Washington Square Park
Voting is the only answer, they said.
Low inauguration turnout, but Trump supporters don’t care
Though the crowd was unimpressive in number, that didn’t detract from the excitement his supporters felt on the first day of his presidency.
Supporters and protesters witness the inauguration of Donald Trump
As the crowds walked onto the Washington Monument lawn, one of the giant screen viewing areas, small groups of people began to chant “Trump, Trump, Trump!” But protestors came to watch the swearing in of the controversial 45th president too.
On Veterans Day, vets talk Trump
NYC veterans give their thoughts on the president elect.
Trump Impersonators Are the Real Winners of the 2016 Election
As Donald Trump has gained prominence in the past year, other impersonators have joined Di Domenico in making a good living by playing the GOP nominee.
Mock presidential debate morphs into comedy
It quickly became clear none of the debaters were Trump supporters.
NYC Primary: Colorful Sanders supporters rally at Navy Yard before debate
They came from all over the country to take on the more subdued Hilary Clinton supporters.
Impending sentencing for Liang brings hope for justice
NYPD officer Peter Liang fatally shot East New York resident Akai Gurley in an the unlit stairwell.
New Report Says Low-Income Communities of Color Are Not Prepared for Climate Change
Low-income waterfront communities, particularly those of color such as The South Bronx, Red Hook, and the Brooklyn Navy Yards, are […]
Brooklynites on Hilary Clinton for President
According to a March 29th Pew Research Center Poll 59 percent of democrats say there is a “good chance” they will vote for Clinton.