Uninsured Alabama residents sign up for health care coverage by Timothy Weisberg | October 27, 2013 | Published Work | 0 Comments Published for Southern Stories: Today's Alabama, A special report from NYU's Pavement Pieces Elihue Claiborne will have healthcare for the first time at the age of 43. He was one of over 600,000 uninsured Alabama residents until a faith-based advocacy group in... Read More Raging Grannies Ready for “Action,” 2 Years After Occupy Began by Timothy Weisberg | September 17, 2013 | Published Work | 0 Comments Story on anniversary of Occupy Wall Street movement for NBC New York Occupy Wall Street activists rallied in lower Manhattan's Zuccotti Park on Tuesday to mark two years since their movement began there. Among them: One small group of singing, cane-wielding women who... Read More Obama’s Inauguration Has Fewer Attendees, But Optimism Prevails by Timothy Weisberg | January 21, 2013 | Published Work | 0 Comments Published as part of 2013 Presidential Inauguration coverage by NYU's Pavement Pieces WASHINGTON,D.C–Despite the decreased hype following Obama’s rise to the Presidency in 2009, President Obama’s message remains just as powerful: the nation must remain optimistic.... Read More Illinois runner takes different route to win Masters Mile by Timothy Weisberg | January 24, 2011 | Published Work | 0 Comments Story I wrote that was published in the Ithaca Journal. Sometimes a role reversal is what it takes to come away victorious, a gamble when it appears you might just be bluffing. But for Charlie Kern, 41, of Elhurst, Ill., it was a change in technique and a gamble that... Read More Better Jobs: School bus drivers in high demand For 25 years Trina Kennedy worked at AT&T, but job cuts put her on a different path. Deaf woman takes a splash at Sacramento's Dive Bar Sacramento's 'Dive Bar' also comes with a splash of something special. Verify: Will we see 'flying' cars by 2020? It sounds like something from 'The Jetsons,' but it's what Uber's Chief Product Officer Jeff Holden says will happen sooner rather than later.