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More than half of all New York City public school students are immigrants or the children of immigrants, and one out of four is not a native English
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Chinese New Year was one of the few bright moments in this season's economic gloom.
The appointment of upstate U.S. Rep. Kirsten Gillibrand to fill Hillary Clinton's Senate seat
There has been a sharp increase recently in the number of gay men arrested for prostitution at adult video stores in Manhattan.
Anger is building against the police department in the
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As Barack Obama assumes office, New York immigrants have lost jobs and seen their incomes drop. With the recession reverberating throughout the economy, immigrants have reduced the amount
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Students protest outside of Saigon Grill on University Place, May 4, 2007.
Republic, a popular restaurant that serves Asian noodle by Union Square, is not your typical
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New York's immigrant communities greeted the election of Sen. Barack Obama as president with a mix of elation, anticipation and curiosity. The
With the election of Barack Obama as president and increased Democratic majorities in both houses of Congress, civil liberties groups are chomping at the bit to restore constitutional rights compromised
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Fong Oi Kan wishes that she only worked five days a week. But in the midst of the worst economy in decades, she said she has to
With candidates already campaigning for the 2009 municipal elections, some residents who are not citizens want to play a more active role. This week, we report on the latest effort
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Earlier this month, dozens of protesters, many wearing facemasks emblazoned with the word "Voiceless," gathered on the steps of City Hall. Organized by the New