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Local Pharmacies Struggle to Stay at the Front Line of Health

Mandatory mail order threatens Brooklyn pharmacies and the community service they provide.

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The Power of Perseverance

Nina Medvinskaya is not like most teens – she knows what she wants.

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Spin Until You Win

More than 120 players gathered at the Knitting Factory in Williamsburg on Saturday night. Not to knit however but to spin the Dreidel.

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Single Father Fighting for Hope

Hayden Horsham is grappling with financial problems as he navigates life as a single dad.

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Maintaining the Roots Through Education

Spanish parents just created a school in Brooklyn, CENY, where kids learn through the same educational system than in Spain.

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Forty Years Later: Stonewall Riot Veteran Looks Out For ‘Ugliness’

The gay rights movement began in 1969 with a punch.

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Protesters March in Silence Against President Obama’s Acceptance of Peace Prize

As President Obama accepted the Nobel Peace Prize in Norway, activists back at home disapproved.

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A Passionate Activist or a Supporter of Al Qaeda?

A 29-year-old American Muslim has spent more than two years in solitary confinement at the Metropolitan Correctional Center in New York waiting for his trial to begin.

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Court Blocks State’s Use of Eminent Domain to Expand Columbia’s Campus

The court ruled that the state could not seize the land on which Columbia wants to build its campus.

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As Need Increases For Legal Aid, Fund Decreases

The Interest on Lawyer Account Fund is in a funding crisis. It’s grantees are civil legal service providers who help the poor people of New York.