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Bronx Not for Sale!

Bronx Not for Sale!

The impact of interest groups in local elections

Long Haulers: The Aftermath of Covid-19

Long Haulers: The Aftermath of Covid-19

After recovering, many continue to experience symptoms for months.

Covid-19 a Risk in Multi-generational Homes

Covid-19 a Risk in Multi-generational Homes

Family members must make housing choices when diagnosed.

AG Files Suit Targeting Pro-Choice Harassment

AG  Files Suit Targeting Pro-Choice Harassment

Letitia James filed a federal lawsuit on February 9 against two pro-life protesters.

AOC Talks Vaccines at Virtual Town Hall Meeting

AOC Talks Vaccines at Virtual Town Hall Meeting

The Congresswoman asked New Yorkers to trust that the COVID-19 vaccines will be effective.

Redirecting NYPD Funds

Redirecting NYPD Funds

A $1 billion reduction for the fiscal year 2021 will redirect funds to other New York City agencies.

Life of a Male Sex Worker

Life of a Male Sex Worker

Sex work in 2020 is not limited to physical sexual acts, but includes virtual sexual acts as well.

Frontline Worker Frustrations

Frontline Worker Frustrations

As the pandemic grinds on, morale sags among some in the workforce.

Perv Busters Fight Sex Crimes in Subway

Perv Busters Fight Sex Crimes in Subway

A female citizen patrol group is working to prevent sexual assaults and rapes on trains.