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3rd Congressional District hopeful Hochul will bank $25 million to face two Tea Party candidates

U.S. Rep. Kathy Hochul, the underdog Democrat who survived a GOP challenge two years ago in an unlikely race for statewide office, plans to bank $25 million to face a pair of wealthy primary...

The Week in Opinion: Trump’s sanctuary cities

The federal court has ruled against President Donald Trump's request to enforce his executive order allowing him to withhold public funding from any agency that disables employees from carrying out the mission of their...

Why The Crown is the biggest show on Netflix

The crown is experiencing the biggest ratings surge of any show in history. The first season is already a watershed moment for Netflix. It's only in its third week that the show's extremely dramatic...

A Few of the Xplored Media Projects of the Week

Discriminatory: A reporter from this news site is set to take part in a TV program which will encourage him to give real news tips without questioning his motives. The commentator, Brian Newell, hosts...

Tokyo serves up a surprisingly ethnic mix at opening ceremony

In the 12 years since the Turin Paralympics, Tokyo has become the quintessential Japanese city. But unlike many of its neighbours, it has done little to promote its diverse population. Not only did it...

Working for Paralympics: Battling the trade of training with different coaches

Controversy, injury and the competition of medals are not the only things that can happen to elite athletes and their sometimes fragile bodies. Some athletes choose to train in other countries as part of...

Mayim Bialik celebrates gorgeous pieces and Fall fashion

This summer, we're seeing a red, tie-dyed Nirvana jersey designed by the late Kurt Cobain (who was passionate about fashion); blue jumpsuits designed by Lady Gaga; and patterns from Seventh Generation's new hand-wash dye...

United States Olympic Committee: The reason for the new requirements for International athletes participating in the Winter Olympics

The United States Olympic Committee has determined that all international teams competing in the Winter Olympics will be required to pass a single physical examination measuring their general physical abilities for short-term and long-term...

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