Occupy Wall Street Brings May Day to America

By FRANKIE EDOZIEN NEW YORK — For decades, workers in Europe, South America and China have been celebrated with an official holiday on May Day. The United States, however, has not followed suit. (And Britain and Canada have tried to wash out the holiday’s leftist hues.) Even though the day’s origins date to a riot… Continue reading Occupy Wall Street Brings May Day to America

Obama Will Need Young Voters to Keep His Job, Even if They Don’t Have One

By FRANKIE EDOZIEN NEW YORK — If he’s to have any hope of keeping his job, President Barack Obama needs to regain the love of young voters. But with 50 percent of Americans under 30 jobless or underemployed, the once cozy relationship is strained. So Mr. Obama has kicked off his now re-election campaign by… Continue reading Obama Will Need Young Voters to Keep His Job, Even if They Don’t Have One

Osama Bin Laden Joins the U.S. Presidential Race

By FRANKIE EDOZIEN NEW YORK — By Monday morning, the newest skyscraper rising from the site of the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks is expected to be the tallest building in New York’s skyline. The tower at One World Trade Center, at 1776 feet — or 541 meters — and 104 floors, will be 403 feet… Continue reading Osama Bin Laden Joins the U.S. Presidential Race