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NFT or Digital asset art nets thousands in sales

Unlike cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum, an NFT is typically one of a kind, which can make them extremely valuable.

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Judge Sentences Human Rights Lawyer for Criminal Contempt

Outside, the protesters were united in support of Donziger, who has waged a three-decade-long legal battle against Chevron for polluting Ecuador’s Amazon rainforest and killing potentially thousands of mostly indigenous Ecuadorian people.

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Court rules to continue Haitian deportations

The journey to the border was arduous for all migrants, but especially for women, many of whom were raped along the way. 

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The future of Vessel is uncertain after suicides haunt the once popular tourist attraction

 Its architects and stakeholders are at a standstill on how to make the sculpture a safe tourist attraction without taking away from the integrity of the original purpose of the public art piece.

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Activists chain themselves to the tree to save East River Park

The New York City Council wants to build flood control in the Lower East Side.

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MTA works on improvements after Hurricane Ida flooding

Over 20 subway lines were suspended due to the flood left in Ida’s wake. 

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Park Slope bar captures soccer frenzy

“A decade ago they wouldn’t even show these games on TV, no one would have been here."

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A dogs love can cure the blues

Early in the pandemic there was a waiting list to adopt dogs from shelters.

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Local Haitian aid organization struggles with resources to help asylum seekers

 Behind their community-facing smiles, processing the brutalization of Haitians already fleeing a country in distress weighs heavily on the leadership.

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City youths join global climate strike protest.

They want clean energy, no funding for projects polluting the environment, t environmental justice education in public schools and environmental protection for 30 percent of the country’s  land and sea.