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Program Aims to Stop Shooting Surge

Program Aims to Stop Shooting Surge

Heal the Violence aims to prevent teens from turning to crime.

EATS Act Provides Food for Students

EATS Act Provides Food for Students

Enhanced access to the supplemental nutrition program will help those suffering from food insecurity.

NYC Boroughs Rank Low on Pedestrian Safety

NYC Boroughs Rank Low on Pedestrian Safety

The pandemic has exacerbated dangers on city streets.

Exploring the Healing Powers of Psychedelics

Exploring the Healing Powers of Psychedelics

Promising results suggest that psychedelics could be used to treat mental disorders.

Bottom of the Pyramid?

Bottom of the Pyramid?

Cheerleading is a rigorous, risky sport yet some say it doesn’t get the respect or funding it deserves.

U.S. Hospitals in Need of Blood Donations

U.S. Hospitals in Need of Blood Donations

The blood supply in the United States is dangerously low, according to the American Red Cross.

See a Spotted Lanternfly? Kill It!

See a Spotted Lanternfly? Kill It!

An invasion of destructive pests has NJ residents on alert.

Columbia University Workers Protest for Better Wages

Columbia University Workers Protest for Better Wages

Protester demands include better compensation and health benefits.

Parents Navigate Online vs In-Person School

Parents Navigate Online vs In-Person School

Students returned to in-person school amidst ongoing safety concerns.