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In healthcare debate, economy trumps race
Leaning against a table in a small, crowded room in Harlem, Janice Williams watched as President Obama spoke last night […]
Mets pack apples for the poor
The Mets have not been able to give too much to their fans this season. Those who follow the team […]
Eco-friendly products may not be so different
All-purpose cleaners at six dollars and $12 a pop for laundry detergent means consumers are paying more for products that experts say may not be that different from their Clorox counterparts.
Discovering you are pregnant with triplets or more is becoming increasingly unlikely as U.S. fertility clinics, responding to government pressure, are reducing the amount of high-order multiple pregnancies induced by drugs or by treatments such as in vitro fertilization.
Check-cashing store serves the poor
Sylvia Perez left her Harlem apartment with about $1,000 and made her way to the Lower East Side to “settle […]
It’s better than organic — it’s biochar
A new breed of charcoal could be the answer to healthier food and more environmentally conscious agriculture.
Boutique offers clothing, training, hope
Bottomless Closet is a non-profit organization that helps disadvantaged women in New York and other cities with interview skills, career development and, most importantly, clothes.
Stimulus Boost for AIDS Organizations
Housing Works is one of many nonprofit organizations for HIV/AIDS care around the country that are managing to tentatively ride out the economic crisis before the arrival of the economic stimulus package. Their second-hand bookstore in New York City’s SoHo area is a hot draw for lovers of inexpensive literature and has served as their own mini-bailout.
No Gluts, No Glory
Call it sport or entertainment, competitive eating isn't for the weak-stomached.
Recession Hits the Rectory
Since 2005, St. Andrews Anglican Church in the wealthy historic district of downtown Easton, Md., hosted family movie night and […]