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Trump Tower Protesters Subpoena President in Assault Case
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Crashes Sundance
The Bronx-born congresswoman is one of the subjects of ‘Knock Down the House,’ a thrilling new documentary that premiered at Sundance, where she made a special appearance.
Anti-Muslim Plotter Invited Trump to Boy Scout Ceremony
One of four teens police say planned to attack an Islamic community in New York was an adamant supporter of the president and a wall on the southern border.
Who Owns the Women’s March?
Two years after 4 million people took to the streets, the movement is grappling with power struggles.
New York Passes Historic Trans Anti-Discrimination Law
The State Senate has passed the Gender Expression Non-Discrimination Act (GENDA), which adds gender identity as a protected class in housing, employment, and public accommodations.
Believe It or Not, Gov't Might Improve LGBT Rights in 2019
Some states may enshrine pro-LGBT legislation this year, from non-discrimination protections, to recognition of those who identify as non-binary, and bans on conversion therapy.
The Real Reason the Sky Turned Turquoise in NYC
The glow was generated by burning aluminum when one small bit of decidedly earthly Queens became momentarily hotter than the sun.
Tekashi 6ix9ine Sealing His Fate With Gangs, Guns and Goons
The rapper escaped a sex-crime case with probation, but has his get-out-of-jail card expired?