New York Society & Culture
New York Society and Culture Directory. New York Clubs, Disability Resources, Gay, Lesbian,
and Bisexual, NY History, Museums in NY, Organizations, Politics & Religion, Women & Youth
resources and websites. New York information, news web sites, resources cotaining photos, maps, events.
Links to the governmental and business services, Christianity, Hindu, Islamic & Judaism religion resources,
Brain Injury Association of New York State
A not-for-profit membership organization that advocates on behalf of individuals with brain injury and their families and develops programs that promote changing the behaviors that place people at risk for sustaining a brain injury.
Nonprofit Coordinating Committee of New York
Unites nonprofits from all subsectors; provides technical and managerial support; represents the sector in legislative and government affairs; promotes a better understanding of the role of nonprofits in the economy and culture of New York.
United Action for Animals (UAA)
Promotes ethical standards of conduct and practices in the field of animal welfare and educates the public on the proper care of animals. Includes FAQ and donation information.
A series of timelines covering New York City and State, from approximately 1,100,000,000 BC to 1990 AD.
Clifton Park Republican Committee
Serving Saratoga County. Describes community issues, accomplishments, and GOP platform; provides description of activities, news, election announcements, and involvement information.
Central New York Area Labor Federation, AFL-CIO
Lists contact information about local unions, upcoming events, the Executive Board, and labor and union issues. Covers Broome, Cayuga, Cortland, Delaware, Madison, Onondaga, Oswego, Otsego, Tioga and Tompkins Counties.
Strikes in Greece as austerity deal proves elusive
Man who spent decades on La. death row is freed
ATHENS, Greece (AP) — A 24-hour strike by civil servants disrupted public services in Greece Wednesday as the country's government struggled to hammer out a deal on further austerity measures with international creditors.
NATO deploys surveillance planes to Ukraine border
ANGOLA, La. (AP) — A man who spent nearly 26 years on death row in Louisiana walked free of prison Tuesday, hours after a judge approved the state's motion to vacate the man's murder conviction in the 1983 killing of a jeweler.
BERLIN (AP) — NATO deployed two surveillance planes to fly over Poland and Romania on Wednesday to monitor the crisis in neighboring Ukraine.