The country’s leading infectious disease expert warned on Monday that even if a vaccine comes out in November, the majority of Americans may not be vaccinated until the third or fourth quarter of 2021. “I don’t think we’re going to be back to normal until the end of 2021, and that’s just a prediction,” Dr. […]
Laredo, TX— Over 7,000 Hispanic Trump supporters gathered alongside the US-Mexico border, challenging this notion: the Democratic Party is the right choice for Hispanic voters. A group of Citizens of Laredo, Texas organized a parade to show their support for President Trump in the coming election. Tyler Kraus, vice chairman of the Webb County Republican […]
Some teens and young adults across the U.S. have purchased Virtual Private Networks (VPN) in response to the Trump Administration’s order to ban TikTok which is currently waiting for a judge to decide. “I am considering getting a VPN,” said Jay Izzo, 21, of the Bronx. “If Trump is scared enough to ban TikTok, what’s […]
Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died last week at 87 after complications with metastatic pancreatic cancer, changed the way the law sees gender and in doing so, inspired generations of women to fight for their ideals. Ginsburg became an unlikely pop culture icon in her 80s. She was affectionately dubbed the “Notorious RBG” which allowed her […]
New York City’s homeless population has been growing exponentially in the last five years. The city has reached its highest levels of homelessness since the Great Depression. Many government agencies and nonprofit organizations work tirelessly to provide adequate shelter, healthcare, and nourishment to those in need. The system is not perfect. Yet it’s only through […]
By Jing Feng Nearly 1,000 people marched through Downtown Brooklyn Against increased police brutality and surveillance in the subway system on November 1, 2019.
Senator Elizabeth Warren takes the stage at her rally in Washington Square Park. Photo by Craig Ruttle Elbow room was scarce at New York City’s Washington Square Park yesterday as over 20,000 voters crammed in to watch Senator Elizabeth Warren vie for their support in the upcoming democratic presidential primaries. At just past 7 p.m., […]
This Sunday evening a phone banking campaign event for Texas Senate candidate Beto O’Rourke was hosted at a Flatiron District apartment. “Hi! This is Alexa, I’m calling for Jose. Is this a good number to reach Jose?” A volunteer questions into her headset. At least ten people of visibly varying skill-levels, backgrounds, and demographics fill […]