October 20, 2021
NYC’s Largest Alzheimer’s Awareness Walk Raises Over $600,000
CENTRAL PARK, Manhattan—On Sunday, October 10 at the Naumburg Bandshell in New York City’s Central Park, a crowd of people […]
December 17, 2020
A Custody Battle in Florida’s Valuable Wetlands
Florida's DEP is seeking control of federal wetland permits to fast-track development projects, keeping up with population demands and leading to concerns of further wetland degradation.
December 3, 2020
Cuban American Indira Prieto Shatters the Myth of the ‘Latino Vote’
Latino voters represent a more diverse group than pollsters previously thought. Cuban American Indira Prieto is proof of that.
November 15, 2020
Sahrawi Baking Workshop Provides Universal Food Inspiration
Matteo de Mayda's photo series shows Sahrawi refugees personifying the strength of the community through baking workshops.
November 13, 2020
Commentary: Can a Fake News Aficionado Be a Journalist?
A broad framework for defining journalism leaves room for vote fraud crusader, J. Christian Adams to masquerade as a "right-wing journalist".