3 days ago | Protests
Hundreds of anti-Trump New York City workers and students went gathered in Washington Square Park on Friday for a rally in support of the national strike. Dubbed “F17,” the protest was loosely organized on Facebook and Twitter. At least one c...
6 days ago | Politics
The beginning of Donald Trump's presidency will be remembered not just for his provocations, but for the powerful responses they inspired. A day after Trump took the oath of office, millions of people gathered in Washington, D.C., and across the w...
9 days ago | Protests
Hundreds of people gathered outside Planned Parenthood’s Margaret Sanger Center in Lower Manhattan on Saturday morning to protest Congressional Republicans' plans to defund Planned Parenthood as part of a repeal of the Affordable Care Act. Ac...
14 days ago | Education
Governor Andrew Cuomo, said to be positioning himself for a run at the White House in 2020, recently announced the Excelsior Scholarship program, which will make state college tuition free for New Yorkers whose households earn less than $125,000 a...
26 days ago | Transportation
The MTA board voted to hike subway fares today, raising the cost of both monthly and weekly MetroCards. Monthly passes will increase to $121 and weekly passes will cost $32 beginning on March 19. The hikes come after widespread condemnation of pre...
'This Many People Can't Help but Make Change': 400,000 New Yorkers March For Women and Against Trump1 month ago | Protests
Barely 24 hours after Donald Trump swore to protect the constitution of our fragile union, after most of the country watched images of protesters smashing windows in the nation’s cloudy capital, New Yorkers took to the streets. For an estimated 20...