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A Near Death Experience

A Near Death Experience

At the age of two, doctors told Lisbeth’s family that she would likely require a transplant.

New Yorkers Protest Anti-Refugee Sentiment

New Yorkers Protest Anti-Refugee Sentiment

Hundreds of New Yorkers rallied in Columbus Circle December 10 to protest the passing of a bill that could restrict the entry of refugees.

Living With Lupus

Living With Lupus

An estimated 1.5 million people in the U.S. have with lupus, an autoimmune disease that affects organs as well as bones and joints.

“Deus Vult”: The Evangelical Right and the Republican Primaries

“Deus Vult”: The Evangelical Right and the Republican Primaries

Since the formation of the Moral Majority in 1979, the Christian right has proven itself a demographic to be reckoned with in the world of electoral politics.

Fight for $15

Fight for $15

Fast-food employees, child care providers and many other underpaid workers rallied on November 10th in several locations across the city.

Food Recovery Network

Food Recovery Network

Fordham University has launched a program with Sodexo to combat food waste and hunger.

Transparency and Mutual Respect

Transparency and Mutual Respect

FBI Director James Comey sparked a controversy recently when he suggested that law enforcement officials might be less aggressive in pursuing criminals because they fear they might be demonized on social media or YouTube.

Legionnaire’s Disease Rises Again

Legionnaire’s Disease Rises Again

Imagine going to school, work, or your local supermarket and returning home with a bacterial infection that could possibly kill you.

Rise Up October

Rise Up October

Family members, activists and friends of those shot by police gathered on 47th and Broadway in Times Square to demand an end to police brutality as a kick off for the “RiseUp October” a three-day demonstration.