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By Stefan Dela Riva In an unexpected, unity-driven celebration of the United States’ achievements, the State of the Union Address saw President Trump bring together Democrats and Republicans for the …

After a ten year long battle between sexual assault advocates and institutions like the Catholic Church and the Boy Scouts of America, many advocates were relieved when the Child Victims …

        Overall, I have enjoyed my years here at the University at Albany. It may seem like I don’t at times but this was, and still is, my first choice …

In 1787, our Founding Fathers met in Philadelphia’s Independence Hall and, after months of intense debate, hammered out a complex and incomplete document. The United States Constitution was the basis …

Every date has it. That awkward moment when the bill is placed squarely down on the table. Sometimes the waiter assumes and places it slightly more within reach of the …

The New England Patriots dynasty continues after their sixth Super Bowl win on February 3 against the L.A. Rams. The GOAT himself has proven that age is just a number …

A few weeks ago, New York State passed the Reproductive Health Act. This added the right to an abortion in the New York State constitution, just in case Roe v. …

After dropped charges in a domestic abuse case during the Spring 2018 school semester, University at Albany student Omar Helalat had his immigration status revoked and was detained by United …

For decades, New York had an archaic and embarrassing burden: it’s voting laws were some of the oldest and most restrictive in the United States. Options to vote were limited. …

Thirty-five days; 840 hours; 50,400 minutes; 3,024,000 seconds. These numbers all represent the duration of the longest government shutdown in American history. On Dec 22, 2018 the US government effectively …