'No Jews' Painted On Walls Of For-Sale New York Home

US | Anders Hagstrom
"No Jews" was found spray-painted in a for-sale New York Home (screenshot)

The buyers were Jewish …

'Abolition Of Whiteness' Course Fulfills Political Science Requirement

Education | Rob Shimshock
Confused woman (Credit: sheff/Shutterstock)

The prof is also working on race & sex segregation in bathrooms

Cinema Hosts Women-Only 'Wonder Woman' Screenings, Sales Go To Planned Parenthood

Education | Rob Shimshock
Wonder Woman (Photo Credit: Twitter/RollingStone)

‘It’s an effort to get female voices heard’

The Terrors Of New York's Penn Station

Opinion | Joanne Butler

North Korean bombs don’t scare me as much as trying to catch a train in New York’s rail hub.

Respected New York Music Teacher Busted For Sex Trafficking

US | Steve Birr
Mark Rozzi, displays a DVD he made with victims of sexual abuse in Pennsylvania in Temple, Pennsylvania September 4, 2015. He was abused by a priest while he was 13. Now a 44-year-old Pennsylvania state representative, Rozzi is a driving force behind one of a about a dozen of bills making their way through legislatures in states including New York and New Jersey that aim to give child sex assault victims more time to sue their attackers. REUTERS/Mark Makela

‘Text messages were disturbing’

NY Dem Charged With Soliciting Foreign Donation For Cuomo Campaign

Politics | Kerry Picket

‘Why aren’t all the other participants, direct participants being charged?’

New York AG Demands You Pay For Abortions

Opinion | Scott Weiser
FILE PHOTO: New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman speaks at a news conference to announce a state-based effort to combat climate change in New York, New York, U.S. March 29, 2016. REUTERS/Mike Segar/File Photo

Schneiderman has a clear and obvious socialist objective here.

Marijuana May Soon Be A Legal Treatment For Sufferers Of PTSD

US | Steve Birr
Medical marijuana pouring out of a prescription. (Shutterstock/Atomazul)

‘We need to at least try’

Offshore Wind Farm Costs $150,000 Per Home Currently Powered

Energy | Andrew Follett
Woman setting American one dollar bill on fire (Shutterstock/Alan Bailey)

144 times more expensive than the newest U.S. nuclear reactor

Sessions Set To Address Gang Violence To Police On Long Island

US | Kerry Picket
Attorney General Jeff Sessions speaks during a meeting with the Organized Crime Council and Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force Executive Committee in Washington, D.C., U.S. April 18, 2017. (PHOTO: REUTERS/Aaron P. Bernstein)

‘one of the gravest threats to American safety’

Comedian Jokes About Hillary's Loss To Chelsea's Face. She Did Not Take That Kindly

Politics | Derek Hunter

Chelsea Clinton has no sense of humor

New York Town Pledges 'No Quarter' In Fight Against Wind Turbines

Energy | Andrew Follett
David Brockwell walks between wind turbines during a routine inspection at the Infigen Energy wind farm located on the hills surrounding Lake George, 50 km north of the Australian capital city of Canberra May 13, 2013. Infigen Energy's Capital Windfarm, built five years ago, was a vanguard for wind power as Australia sought to wean itself from cheap fossil-fuel power in the face of climate shift blamed in part for Lake George's transformation to a vast plain. But big plans to expand the Infigen renewable energy project near Canberra and others like it have been put on hold awaiting the outcome of an election in September. The ballot, which opinion polls show the opposition conservatives winning, along with an economic slowdown and rising home energy bills have put the brakes on Australia's decade-long clean energy push. At stake in the Sept. 14 vote is a controversial carbon trading scheme championed by ruling Labor to curb greenhouse gas emissions, with a $20 billion pipeline in renewable investment largely on hold as nervous companies sit on their hands. Picture taken May 13, 2013. REUTERS/David Gray

Up to 87 percent of local residents don’t want the turbines

AGs Call Out NY Dem's 'Unconstitutional' Anti-Exxon Probes

Energy | Chris White
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman speaks at a news conference with other U.S. State Attorney's General to announce a state-based effort to combat climate change in the Manhattan borough of New York

‘seeking to censor opposing viewpoints’

Made Where In The USA?

Opinion | Joanne Butler

North Carolina may lose to New York in hipness, but it wins at making money in manufacturing.