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12 days ago

Parents, city councilman, file lawsuit to open NYC schools

New York citycouncilman Joe Borelli, of Staten Island, has teamed up with parents to file a lawsuit against the City of New York demanding that public schools be reopened.

Libby Emmons
15 days ago

BREAKING: New York City to close schools tomorrow

The shutdown was automatically triggered when the city his a 3 percent rate of positive coronavirus tests over a seven-day rolling average.

Libby Emmons
22 days ago

De Blasio to send mental health professionals on NYC 911 calls

New York Mayor Bill de Blasio announced a pilot program that would send counseling professionals to respond to 911-calls that are associated with mental health emergencies—instead of police officers.

Leonardo Briceno
22 days ago

WATCH: De Blasio's daughter says Biden 'was able to steal' election and Kamala is president

New York Mayor Bill de Blasio's daughter Chiara was interviewed by a reporter at a Joe Biden celebration and said that Biden was "able to steal the election," and that Kamala was elected president.

Libby Emmons
a month ago

Mets take the win against rival de Blasio in the offseason

The sale of the New York Mets to billionaire hedge fund manager Steve Cohen has been approved though Bill de Blasio had privately told MLB that he would do everything he could to stop the deal.

Ari Hoffman
a month ago

NYPD officers suspended by de Blasio for supporting Trump

NYPD officers who were noting their support of President Trump while on the job have been suspended without pay. Those who supported BLM earlier this summer were cheered and praised.

Libby Emmons
2 months ago

New York City cracks down on Jewish religious celebrations; Trump tweets disapproval

New York leaders Mayor Bill de Blasio and Governor Andrew Cuomo cracked down on Jewish celebrations, sending NYPD officers to round them up as they danced in the streets.

Ari Hoffman
2 months ago

Cuomo and de Blasio target Jewish neighbourhoods for new lockdown restrictions

Most of the neighborhoods targeted by the restrictions are home to part of the city's Orthodox Jewish community, where many religious schools resumed in-person instruction in September.

Ari Hoffman
2 months ago

BREAKING: DeBlasio pushing for return to full lockdown in NYC 'hotspots'

In his ongoing effort to make life unbearable for New Yorkers, Mayor Bill de Blasio has announced a "rewind" for nine zip codes across Brooklyn and Queens inspired by rising coronavirus cases in those areas.

Libby Emmons
2 months ago

Bill de Blasio's incompetence is bringing NYC back to its darkest days

Broken windows have returned to New York City – and not just because of the rioters de Blasio has enabled.

Matt Palumbo
3 months ago

BREAKING: NYC schools' opening delayed once again

New York City's public schools, which were delayed from their original opening a few times, will be delayed again. The new push back will see a phased in approach to in-person learning.

Libby Emmons
3 months ago

De Blasio announces 'reinvented' Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade—mass protest can go on as usual

Claiming that the parade would be "reinvented," de Blasio said that large gatherings, such as parades, would still be on hold as of late November.

Libby Emmons
3 months ago

6-year-old boy among 5 shot at Brooklyn's banned J'Ouvert celebration

The early hours of Monday morning saw five people shot at a the West Indian J'Ouvert day in Brooklyn. The celebration had been banned by Mayor Bill de Blasio over COVID-19 concerns.

Libby Emmons
3 months ago

Governor Cuomo threatens the safety of Trump over NYC federal funding, then quickly walks it back

New York Governor threatened President Donald Trump's safety if he decided to return to New York City after the New York Post reported that Trump is considering pulling federal funds from a number of lawless cities across the country, including the The Big Apple.

Collin Jones
3 months ago

BREAKING: New York City public schools delay opening due to backlash from teachers' union

New York City was set to open public schools on Sept. 10, but in a phone call received by the parents of 1.1 million students today, that date has been delayed to Sept. 21 due to concerns from teachers.

Libby Emmons

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