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Will One of New York’s Most Famous Facilities be Re-named in Honor of Hillary?

The secret group that recently erected a “Ready for Hillary” sign in front of North Carolina’s largest women’s prison is now advocating re-naming one of the most famous penal facilities in New York State after Hillary Clinton. The post Will One of New York’s Most Famous Facilities be Re-named in Honor of Hillary? appeared first on RedState.

Tennis-A more relaxed Serena, but unsure about shoulder

10 hours agoSports / Tennis : Reuters: Tennis

NEW YORK, Aug 26 (Reuters) - Top-seeded Serena Williams said on Friday that she was not sure about the state of her balky right shoulder but felt more relaxed entering next week's U.S. Open than last year.

University Says It Was Only Offering a ‘Stop White People’ Course ‘Ironically’

14 hours agoNews : Mediaite

The State University of New York, Binghamton defended a course offered to resident assistants called "#StopWhitePeople2k16" Thursday, saying that it was only meant to be ironic.

Study: Babies Born After 9/11 Preterm & Low Weight

14 hours agoHealth / Pregnancy : Belly Itch

A new study states that women who delivered in New York after exposure to 9/11 had increased risks for low birth weight and preterm delivery. The study was retrospective and looked at  deliveries after September 11, 2001, up to the end of 2010, who had exposure to 9/11. Subjects were identified through the World Trade... Read More »

Mapping where U.S. millennials live at home

Looking at you, Jersey, New York, and Connecticut It’s true that nearly a third of all U.S. millennials still live at home—the largest proportion of any adult generation in modern history—but not all states have the same number of 18- to 34-year-olds still living with mom and dad. Show More Summary

Feeding America PSA Featuring Voice of Julianne Moore

Feeding America has partnered with the Ad Council and McCann New York to launch new public service advertisements (PSAs) designed to raise awareness about child hunger in the United States. Featuring the voice of Julianne Moore, whoShow More Summary

This Week In Photography Books: Diane Arbus

by Jonathan Blaustein New York City is larger than life. We know this. In the last year, I’ve been to the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th largest cities in the United States, and loved them all. (Big ups to LA, Chicago, and Houston.) Realistically, though, there’s only one New York. JayZ, Derek Jeter, Ed Koch, Giuliani, […]

Stop letting political correctness interfere with the anti-Zika fight

Health officials are bowing to political correctness instead of taking obvious steps to protect New York residents from the Zika virus. New York has more Zika cases – 579 so far – than any other state. Officials warn pregnant women and their sexual partners not to travel to Zika-infested regions, because the virus causes horrific […]

Revisiting Attica Shows How New York State Failed to Fulfill Promises

yesterdayNews : NYTimes: News

A new book brings attention to the deadly 1971 prison uprising. Reporters for The New York Times and The Marshall Project describe what has changed since then, and what hasn’t.

‘Stop White People’ Training Stirs Up Controversy At New York University

Debate is swirling around a course offered at the State University of New York at Binghamton (BU), instructing its students to “Stop White People.”

Gov. Cuomo opens NY State Fair, touts upgraded fairgrounds

The New York State Fair has opened its 12-day run, with Gov. Andrew Cuomo on hand to tout $50 million in upgrades to the fairgrounds. … Click to Continue »

Walmart Heiress Alice Walton, a Resident of Arkansas, Is Spending Thousands to Influence New York City Elections

The Village Voice reports that exactly none of the donors for new super-PAC New Yorkers for Independent Action—which has launched a very expensive campaign to unseat four black and Latino state Democrats representing Bronx, Brooklyn, and Suffolk counties in the September 13 Democratic primaries—actually live in the counties in question. Show More Summary

Trump Is Redrawing the Election Map, to Republicans’ Peril

yesterdayNews : Newsweek: US

It wasn’t too long ago that the Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump was boasting he could make states that traditionally vote Democratic, like California and New York, competitive in the 2016 presidential election. “We're going to play heavy, as an example, in California,” Trump told a crowd in Billings, Montana, on May 26. Show More Summary

GOP Makes Voter Registration Gains

New York Times: “Republicans have narrowed the Democrats’ lead in registered voters in several swing states, especially in North Carolina and Florida. Although there are still more registered Democrats than Republicans in these key states, the margin is much smaller [...]

Taiwan tightening anti-money laundering law after New York regulator fine

TAIPEI (Reuters) - Taiwan’s cabinet said on Thursday it will tighten some of the island's anti-money laundering regulations to conform more closely to international standards. The move comes after New York's state financial regulator...Show More Summary

We Desperately Need a Vision for a New Economy That Serves All

Caring, innovative state legislator David Bly explains what is necessary for a better future and why. In The New York Times recently, the paper’s former Washington bureau chief, the veteran journalist Hedrick Smith, asked an important...Show More Summary

State University Now Offers 'Stop White People' Training

Submitted by Pardes Seleh via The Daily Wire, he State University of New York (SUNY) at Binghamton is now offering a course called “#StopWhitePeople2K16” as part of routine training for residential assistants. The university’s residential...Show More Summary

TriStar Nails Attica Prison Riot Book For Amy Pascal; Second Project In Works About 1971 Uprising

TriStar just pre-empted Blood in the Water, a book about the Attica prison riot, for producer Amy Pascal. Written by Heather Ann Thompson, the nonfiction tome about the 1971 riot in New York’s Attica State Prison just hit the streetShow More Summary

Ex-Comverse CEO pleads guilty to fraud, a decade after fleeing U.S.

NEW YORK (Reuters) - The former chief executive officer of Comverse Technology Inc pleaded guilty on Wednesday to securities fraud, a decade after he fled to Namibia from the United States to avoid prosecution. Jacob "Kobi" Alexander,...Show More Summary

Trump fiddles in NYC as his campaign burns. Throw fuel on the fire!

Things like this are the reason we are on the precipice of a historic wave.  “Murphy said that Mr. [Donald] Trump still wants an all-out, full-steam-ahead, top-speed effort in New York, he wants to win his home state, that nothing has...Show More Summary

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