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As if our world wasn’t as messed up as we already know it to be, NYC’s Transport Workers Union is claiming that the MTA stores dead bodies cleaned up off of subway tracks in worker break rooms.
Despite its potential, 95 percent of U.S. cohousers are white, 82 percent identify as Democrats, and 66 percent hold a graduate degree, according to one study.
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One of California’s largest cities is also its emptiest.
For a Mickey Mouse theme park built on hopes and dreams, the sight of a growing number of homeless people sleeping on nearby bus stop benches was too much for City Hall.
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Maine Governor Paul LePage has declared a state of civil emergency in Maine in the absence of an approved biennial budget by the State Legislature.
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