Secretary Foxx Pushes To Make Transportation Projects More Inclusive
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Shiman Shan (left) and Brenda Nguyen canvassed voters for the Bernie Sanders campaign in a New York City neighborhood with a growing Chinese-American community. Hansi Lo Wang/NPR hide caption

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In Close Race, 'Unprecedented' Push For Asian-American Voters Comes To N.Y.
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Gov. Andrew Cuomo (center) signed into law a measure that will allow professional mixed martial arts in New York. Behind him are UFC athletes Chris Weidman (left) and Ronda Rousey. Mark Lennihan/AP hide caption

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Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders both showed flashes of animosity bordering on contempt during Thursday's Democratic presidential primary debate in Brooklyn. The New York state primaries are Tuesday. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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Pat Friedman spent years fighting Donald Trump's attempts to build a restaurant and banquet hall on Long Island. She now supports his presidential bid. Charles Lane/WSHU hide caption

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This Woman Stopped A Donald Trump Project — But Wants Him To Be President
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Supporters watch as New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo speaks to promote his paid family leave initiative at a rally in Manhattan on March 10. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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Paid Family Leave Advocates Celebrate A Big Week, But The Battle's Not Over
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Alphonzo Jackson holds his 6-month-old son, Isaiah, behind Kim Turner and her daughter Adelaide Turner Winn during a rally supporting paid family leave at City Hall in San Francisco on Tuesday. Jeff Chiu/AP hide caption

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