The apathy of the public at the US elections has continued to increase. A different take to why it might be so.
Citizens in the 23rd district of New York City tell us about their feelings towards local elections and the problems democracy faces due to the dwindling numbers of proactive younger voters.
The 2015 general election brought Rahway residents out to voice their concerns over the $5 million park upgrades the city’s incumbents have planned.
A recent study conducted by the City Comptroller’s Office reveals that NYC’s crowding rate continues to grow for the past 10 years.
“Affordable” means different things to different people.
Slow internet speeds may mean petty aggravation for you as you stare at a spinning wheel of death but it could mean the loss of potential business for professionals and the impeded medical treatment of patients in remote hospitals. Governments on a national and state level are attempting to better connect America
Awareness about the need for mental health care has risen in the United States, especially as those seeking it are less stigmatized. Health insurance coverage for counseling has also improved. But that’s not enough to actually get you access to help.
Despite a booming economy in China, every year Chinese mothers choose to give birth in the so-called baby-care centers in America. With dozens of baby-care centers in southern California raided by the government, more pregnant Chinese women are coming to New York to give birth.