Issues 28 April '17
The relationship a married person should be fixing isn't limited to his or her spouse. Here are a few relationships that hurt a couple's marriage.
Parenting 11 April '17
New York recently rolled out the first universal college program accessible for all its residents and despite this major improvement, many critics see loopholes in state governor Andrew M. Cuomo's proposed law.
Teens/Young Adults 4 April '17
A teenager died after she got hit by a train.
Health 25 November '16
A baby girl survives a deadly fire in New York but it left her in a serious condition. Two other victims included the infant's mother and another apartment resident.
Dads 14 November '16
Demi Lovato is no longer a single woman as she is dating UFC Fighter Luke Rockhold.
Dads 5 November '16
"Homeland's" Carrie, played by Claire Danes, is in New York for season 6.
School 28 October '16
Student achievement and teacher turnover are highly dependent on school environment. A study found that retaining effective teachers over time is influenced by four dimensions of school climate.
Health/Nutrition 27 October '16
Those who need help when it comes to dealing with mental illness, new hotlines are now open in New York.
Dads 26 October '16
UFC president Dana White says a fight between the two gladiators would definitely be interesting and that he would "never say never."
Dads 18 October '16
Kristen Stewart and rumored new girlfriend St Vincent have reportedly an awkward run-in with the latter’s ex-lover, Cara Delevingne.
School Age 18 October '16
Two school buses collided on Monday and injured a total of 60 children.
News 21 September '16
The people of New York are still pretty shaken after the bombing incident, yet there's still some good that came out of it.
School 12 September '16
Representatives of the student-led movement will hand-deliver tampons and sanitary pads into all non-residential bathrooms. The initiative signifies that pads and tampons are a bathroom "necessity" (like toilet paper and hand soap) and "not a luxury."
School 22 July '16
Despite NYC schools' notable improvements, almost all disciplinary actions are carried out on students of color. For years, low-level suspensions have included plenty of black, Latino, and disabled students and are deemed to be discriminatory.
Body 19 July '16
Around 29.4 million people in the United States have chronic sinusitis, with adults comprising 12.3 percent of that number. Nasal irrigation and steam inhalation are common treatments for the condition, but which is better?
Body 15 July '16
Prince Harry underwent the simple one-minute HIV test procedure, which involves pricking a finger for a drop of blood. The HIV virus can be acquired from an infected person's semen, vaginal fluids, breast milk, and blood.
Games 12 July '16
Nintendo's augmented reality game "Pokémon Go" has reached overwhelming popularity in just a span of few days. Even members of the Armed Forces, police officials, and park rangers are joining the fun.
Teens/Young Adults 6 July '16
The teenager from Virginia visiting New York, who stepped on a homemade firework, was said to have had his leg amputated due to the incident.
Family Life 5 July '16
The girl also lost fingers on her right hand and sustained a blast injury on her face. Reports said the child picked up the explosive thrown in her way, unaware that she was holding a live firework in her hands.
Body 26 June '16
Four of the nine meningococcal disease patients involved gay or bisexual men, and one had died from the infection. People who have HIV have higher risks of acquiring meningococcal disease.
Body 24 June '16
This is great news for all women living in the state and it's a big win for the city.
K-12 Reform 15 June '16
Attorney Carrey Goldberg filed another complaint to the Department of Education's Office of Civil Rights in protest of NYC schools' handling of sexual assault cases that involved black girls.
Celebrity Daddy(Soft News) 1 June '16
There are rumors that Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson may star in another film aside "Fifty Shades" series after "Fifty Shades Darker."