A statue of Theodore Roosevelt, the 26th president of the United States, will be removed from the front steps of the American Museum of Natural History in New York City, according to Mayor Bill de Blasio - who said in a Sunday evening statement that
Pandemic and social unrest are some of the reasons why wealthy New Yorkers are fleeing the metro area for rural communities. Now throw violent crime into the mix, and it appears the flight to safety will only increase.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio defended his administration's practice of locking playgrounds on Tuesday morning, even though he personally has participated in crowded Black Lives Matter and transgender protests in recent weeks
Shake Shack has responded to the incident, Tweeting early Tuesday morning: "We are horrified by the reports of police officers injured at our 200 Broadway Shack in Manhattan. We are working with the police in their investigation right now."
Update (1345ET): New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said during his Tuesday presser that he was "shocked" and "disgusted" by President Trump's tweet claiming that the 75-year-old protester pushed by Buffalo PD may be Antifa and "fell harder than he was p
Exactly 100 days since its first case of coronavirus was confirmed, New York City, which weathered extensive hardship as an epicenter of the worldwide outbreak, is set to take the first tentative steps toward reopening its doors on Monday.
The pandemic was already wearing on Lyn Miller-Lachmann, a children's book author and translator who lives in the East Village.
"My husband and I love New York City," she said. "We sacrificed a lot to live here."
Update (1605ET): After raising doubts about its efficacy, NY Gov. Cuomo said Monday afternoon that he would impose an 11pm curfew in NYC effective Monday evening until 5am. Mayor de Blasio announced the news after talking it over with Cuomo.
On April 14 I published the article: Covid-19, Triage guidelines and nursing home deaths. In this article I argued that some Covid-19 nursing home deaths were related to Triage guidelines and protocols preventing the transfer of Covid-19 patients to
From tragic mistakes with ventilators, to "do not resuscitate" orders, and even purposely putting COVID 19 patients in nursing homes, there is now overwhelming proof that "if you can make it there, you can make it anywhere."
We've been covering the NYPD's 'War on Barbecuing' since news first broke that the NYPD - presumably at the behest of Mayor de Blasio - was ordering 1,000 more cops to patrol the city's parks and public space to crack down on any 'social distancing'
As shell-shocked New Yorkers venture outside to try and enjoy a little time in the sun, the NYPD is dispatching 1,000 officers whose sole responsibility on Saturday will be enforcing the city's social-distancing rules, even as surveillance data relea
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) this week ordered the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) to develop a comprehensive cleaning plan, which includes nightly cleanings, for New York City subway trains...
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