Some of Stan Lee’s creations became symbols of social change — the inner turmoil of Spider-Man represented ’60s America, for example.
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Columbia Journalism Review has unveiled a first-of-its-kind “News Stand” in Manhattan to educate voters on how to identify disinformation.
Map allows users to see how even with a landslide in the national vote, Democrats must overcome extreme gerrymandering that has locked in a Republican advantage.
North Dakota passed a law that will stop homeless Native Americans from voting due to lack of proof of residency. The whole episode is a tragedy.
In a move towards putting in check political corruption in the five boroughs, New Yorkers this November will be asked to vote on an amendment to campaign finance laws in the city.
A lawsuit common cause New York v Brehm s.d 1:17cv-06770 was on September 30th 2018 deprived the dismissal by the U.S District Court Judge.
At a time when many politicians use the term limits issue as a talking point, politicians in Brookhaven County have passed a resolution that would add more years onto their terms of service, not less.
While this event primarily focused on Taiwan’s situation, they also stood with all peoples living under the grim shadow of the Communist Party of China’s authoritarian regime like Uyghurs, Tibetans, and others.
A hidden epidemic of taxpayer-funded kidnappings, stolen newborns, forced terminations of parental rights and forced adoptions have reached heartbreaking, national levels.
Billionaire and former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is actively thinking of running for president in 2020 as a Democrat.