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Mitch McConnell Dumps On Trump's Demand To Change Filibuster

"That will not happen," the Republican leader said after Trump got mad Congress didn't pass everything he wanted.

Get Ready To See Harvey Fierstein As You've Never Seen Him Before

In "Gently Down the Stream," the Tony winner recalls milestones in queer history.

In The U.S., The South Will Pay The Most For Climate Change, Study Finds

“If we continue on the current path, our analysis indicates it may result in the largest transfer of wealth from the poor to the rich in the country’s history.”

I Was The Victim Of A Very Public Sexual Assault One Year Ago

I am not just the woman in the blurry video footage whom you may have pitied or made jokes about. I am a survivor.

This Platform Resists Gentrification By Giving Voice To Native Brooklynites

"[Gentrification] has essentially equated improvement with non-blackness,” said the founder of Brooklyn Deep.

Lactose-Intolerant Man Creams Starbucks In Facebook Post Written On Toilet

He said he doesn't order soy milk "to sound fancy," but so his "bottom doesn't blast fire for 4 hours.”

32 Museums Across NYC Are 'Trading Places' And Taking Fans With Them

During #MuseumInstaSwap, institutions are switching accounts and exploring each other's collections.

Déjà Vu: Debate Over Foam Food Containers Returns To NYC Council

The New York City Council is currently considering a bill to designate expanded polystyrene (EPS, commonly referred to as

3 Surprising, Myth-Busting Truths About Immigration

The brave souls on the Mayflower came to the U.S. for the same reasons as today’s immigrants.

Bill O'Reilly And The Sordid, Chaotic State Of Conservative Talk Radio

It was economics, not morality, which emerged as the deciding factor in this sad saga.

Scenes From The People’s Climate March

Protestors could be heard around downtown Washington well into the evening.

Death Of Trailblazing Black Female Judge Is 'Suspicious,' NYPD Says

Sheila Abdus-Salaam, the first African-American woman to serve on New York's highest court, was found dead in the Hudson River last week.

Stephen Colbert Mocks Donald Trump Jr.'s Political Ambitions

He commented on reports that Donald Trump's eldest child wants to run for governor of New York.

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