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Cold weather hurts food vendors
Extremely cold weather has taken a toll on outdoor food vendors.
Business heats up as Super Bowl temperatures drop
Super Bowl Boulevard near Times Square will draw large crowds this week.
College students prepare taxes for needy via new virtual system
The new online-based system is expected to be more cost-effective and efficient.
Mother Nature to sucker punch New Yorkers with more cold after warm start to week
New Yorkers got a little reprieve from the bitterly cold conditions that hit the city as well as different parts […]
Violence in Chicago’s South Side
[View the story “Chicago’s Southside at a Glance” on Storify]
Common Core curriculam brings challenges and hope to Chicago teachers
Common Core is a national program establishing principles to be reached at each grade level in reading and math.
Killing of Shia people in Pakistan takes toll on Pakistani American families
According to Human Rights Watch, more than 800 Shias have been killed since 2012.
New law upsets young smokers in New York
Mayor Michael Bloomberg signed into law in October a bill that prohibits New Yorkers under the age of 21 from purchasing cigarettes.
Afghans working for the U.S in Afghanistan are left behind as conflict draws to a close
About 75% of all the interpreters have had serious difficulties in obtaining these visas.
Gay, dating and discrimination
Rejection from the mainstream has also lead to an increased number of people reaching out to support groups for social networking.