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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.

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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.

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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 […]

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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.

Special Report: Midterm Elections 2014

Midterm elections bring fear to the undocumented

Undocumented immigrants understand that midterm elections can be even more important than the presidential election.

Special Report: Midterm Elections 2014

What New Yorkers are thinking on the eve of Election Day

New Yorkers give their thoughts on the upcoming elections.

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Muslim Americans projected to vote at high rates

In six populous states; 69 percent said that they plan to vote in this upcoming election.

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What you need to know about third party candidates

by Thom Friend Occupy Wall Street and the People’s Climate March; two movements that brought hundreds of thousands from around […]

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Voting not a priority for NYU students

Since 1964, young voters ages 18-24 have consistently voted at lower rates than other age groups.

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In an election year Superstorm Sandy still a political issue on Staten Island

by Megan Jamerson and Neil Giardino Staten Island is only a short ferry ride south of Manhattan, but when it […]