On Election Day, 75 percent of Rochester voters approved a ballot proposition that will create a civilian-controlled
I am in front of a group of students having a discussion about consent. One student raises their hands. She asks, “But, if you already started having sex with them, you can’t stop right? Even if you wanted to stop, you have to keep going, don’t you?”
After decades of being stuck in the voting rights stone age, New York is finally starting to get with the times.
The Supreme Court will soon decide whether it’s legal under federal law to fire LGBTQ people for who they are. But in New York, it’s already against the law to do so.
A proposal from a task force created by New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio thrust the city’s gifted and talented programs into the news cycle.
The Metropolitan Transit Authority announced earlier this month that it would add 500 more MTA police officers to crackdown on quality of life offenses in the subway.
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