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Partisan Washington politics have pushed scientists to speak for themselves. Several cities will hold demonstrations next month as part of the March for Science. An organizer of the Hartford, Connecticut, demonstration hopes the march will restore the objectivity of science.

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The legislature’s one-house budgets make some changes to Governor Cuomo’s $163 million proposal to offer free tuition at public colleges in New York to some middle class students.

A Walk With WSHU Down Public Radio Memory Lane

Mar 18, 2017
Lea Trusty / WSHU

Here's a little story.

Fifty years ago, the Federal Communications Commission granted an FM license to a small, Roman Catholic commuter college. After getting little traction with its programming, a few intrepid staff turned it into a college radio station. 

Kathy Willens / AP

Now that Preet Bharara is no longer the U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York, some in Albany wonder who will now be investigating potential corruption?

Saurabh Das / AP

Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone has unveiled a Foreclosure Prevention Hotline to help alleviate the number of foreclosures in the county. 

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