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President’s Day? Not This President, Protesters Say

President’s Day? Not This President, Protesters Say

While some shopped on the holiday, thousands of others joined demonstrations in 30 cities across the U.S.—including New York

NYC Immigration Groups Say They’re Swamped

NYC Immigration Groups Say They’re Swamped

Organizations are struggling to keep up with the effects of Trump’s executive orders

Second Avenue Businesses Excited About New Subway

Second Avenue Businesses Excited About New Subway

Across the street from the brand-new 86th Street subway stop on Second Avenue sits Schaller and Weber, a family-owned sausage and meat shop that has stood on this

‘Not in Our Names’

‘Not in Our Names’

Over 15 years after her mother’s death, Terry McGovern wore her pearl earrings to Battery Park to remember her. Ann McGovern died in the World Trade Center on 9/11:

Deportation Raids Net 40 Here, and More Around the Nation

Deportation Raids Net 40 Here, and More Around the Nation

ICE says it is targeting criminals and gang members. Immigrant advocates dispute that

Veterans to Receive Additional City Funding Amid Protests

Veterans to Receive Additional City Funding Amid Protests

The office of Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Wednesday that the Department of Veterans Services will be receiving additional funding after reassessing the budget. “We are bringing the budget to close to $4 million for every year of the financial plan, which is through Fiscal Year 2021,” according to Freddie Goldstein, executive press secretary for […]

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