Featured News

New Trump Budget Will Slash NYC Anti-Terror Funding, According to Schumer

Senator Charles Schumer claims that under President Trump’s proposed “skinny budget,” the New York Police Department (NYPD) could lose almost $200 million in funding for anti-terror and disaster response efforts. Police respond to some 38 million alarm activation calls annually, but the NYPD must also contend with expensive anti-terrorism initiatives (not to mention the costs […]

Featured News

New York Skyscrapers Are Transforming to Survive Climate Change

The arrival of Hurricane Sandy in October 2012 was a rude awakening for millions of people living in Manhattan and on Long Island. The level of destruction also sounded an alarm loud and clear to city officials and engineers that more adequate preparation was needed for potential side effects of climate change. Now, those preparations […]

Featured News

Missing Punctuation Mark Could Cost Maine Dairy Company $10 Million

Every year, civil lawsuits cost the U.S. economy $239 billion. And while frivolous lawsuits often won’t pay off in the end, more substantial class action suits can make a huge difference for individuals who have all been wronged by the same individual or company. In the case of product liability suits, a group of plaintiffs […]

Featured News

New York City Football Club Announces Girl’s Academy

New York City Football Club has recently announced the launch of their Girl’s Soccer Academy, making strides toward increased investment in the women’s game. The academy will launch this spring, according to a press release on New York City FC’s website. In this elite training program, New York City FC will be working with NYCFC […]

Featured News

New 24-Hour Animal Hospital in Gowanus Gives Pet Owners New Opportunities to Access Care

Only 29% of primary care doctors have after-hours coverage, but luckily, Brooklyn pet owners will now have a new opportunity to provide after-hours care for their pets when a 24-hour animal hospital opens next year in Gowanus. BluePearl Veterinary Partners, a national chain of animal hospitals, has leased a former Third Avenue warehouse and is […]

Featured News

Why Are States Increasing Hunting and Fishing License Costs?

In 2017, there were approximately 11.6 million youth participants (aged between six and 17 years) in fishing in the United States.¬†Around the country, states such as Minnesota, Washington, and Idaho are preparing to increase the cost of obtaining fishing and hunting licenses. In order to participate in activities like driving, hunting, and fishing, U.S. residents […]

Featured News

Save Your Relationship: Workout With Your Partner

Improving a romantic relationship has emotional benefits, but if those improvements are being done the right way, there are physical health benefits as well. Maintaining a relationship and keeping off those extra pounds can be extremely difficult, but thanks to a new study, doing both at the same time could help with the other. According […]

Featured News

Bye, Bye Bike Bandits: Staten Island Police Track Down Cycling Daredevils

A full third of all Americans ride a bike for recreation. Well, for some Staten Island teenagers, the word “recreation” was taken a little too seriously. For the past few weeks, a group of teenagers has gained notoriety on social media for doing insane tricks on their bikes. The problem? They’re doing them in the […]