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On December 14th the The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will vote on a proposal that would end net neutrality, to the objections ..
The immediate impacts of extreme storms like Sandy, Irma, Harvey and Jose, Maria are front page news – detailing loss of life, injury, de..
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Walking is as close to a magic cure as there can be for better health, argues David H. Freedman in his compelling Politico article on maki..
Eleven percent of the region’s population lacks health insurance, which can be a significant barrier to access to health care. RPA’..
With 6 million people (over a quarter of the population) born outside of the United States, the New York metropolitan region is a regi..