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New Year’s Lawbreakers: 3 N.Y.C. Parties With Hundreds Are Broken Up

Democrats and Republicans alike criticized the mayor, including Meghan McCain, a host on “The View,” who blasted Mr. de Blasio on Twitter for...

Are We Losing a Generation of Children to Remote Learning?

Early in the year, before the pandemic subjected millions of children to a precarious but necessary experiment, Wendy Poveda, the principal of P.S...

How the Pandemic Inspired a Kitchen-Share Scene Among Out-of-Work Chefs

Six years ago, Katy McNulty, the chef and owner of The Pixie and the Scout, a catering company, raised $40,000 through Kickstarter to...

Why 300 Doses of Vaccine Sat Unused in Freezers for 2 Weeks

Dr. Peter Meacher expected to receive just a small supply of Moderna’s coronavirus vaccine to inoculate his staff at a network of clinics...

Housing Fights to Be Heard in the Mayoral Race

But the report suggests that those rezoning plans are only scratching the surface of what’s possible. The Regional Plan Association, a nonprofit planning...

I❤️NY in Crisis: How Do Tourist Shops Survive With No Tourists?

Like many souvenir stores in New York City, Memories of New York in Manhattan is packed with shirts. They bear the logos of...

At Elite Medical Centers, Even Workers Who Don’t Qualify Are Vaccinated

A 20-something who works on computers. A young researcher who studies cancer. Technicians in basic research labs.These are some of the thousands of...

Well, So Much for Dry January

Well, that was quick.Dry January, the social-media fueled month of voluntary sobriety, became Damp January in under a week for many temporary teetotalers....

This School Was Built for Idealists. It Could Use Some Rich Alumni.

In recent weeks, faculty and staff have been in revolt over the implementation of cuts that seem to distribute the burdens of austerity...

Will Indoor Dining End Next Week?

It’s Tuesday. On this day 40 years ago, John Lennon was killed outside his apartment building on the Upper West Side.Weather: ...

Yonkers fire: Flames tear through row of businesses in Westchester County

NEW YORK (WABC) -- A fourth alarm fire burned through a row of businesses in Yonkers.The blaze broke out in a Food Mart...

Amid Pandemic, Scientists Reassess Routine Medical Care

Now the Breast Cancer Surveillance Consortium, a federally funded research group, is prospectively collecting data during the pandemic from more than 800,000 women...

Search for suspect after man slashed in back on Times Square subway platform in...

TIMES SQUARE, Manhattan (WABC) -- A man was slashed in the back by a stranger on a subway platform in Times Square.The incident...

Why New York Is Behind Almost All States in Counting Votes

Two weeks after Election Day, New York State was still counting hundreds of thousands of absentee ballots on Tuesday at a sluggish pace...

Long Lines as New Yorkers Flood Polling Places for Early Voting

New Yorkers flooded polling places on Saturday, the first day of early voting in the state, anxious to make sure their ballots are...

Buffalo Diocese Accused of Yearslong Cover-Up of Sexual Abuse

The New York attorney general’s office on Monday accused the Roman Catholic Diocese of Buffalo and three bishops connected to it of violating...

Historic blizzard in Spain kills 5, leaves thousands trapped in cars, train stations, airports

“The situation in Madrid is very serious,” the city's mayor said on Saturday. “In terms of mobility, the city is practically immobilized.” Source link...

Union Township, N.J.: A Diverse Suburb That’s ‘A Little Citified’

Marckens Pierre spent nearly three decades in Irvington, N.J., after his family moved there from Brooklyn when he was 6. But when he...

Ontario issues stay-at-home order amid COVID surge

The government in Ontario, Canada, on Tuesday announced a stay-at-home order across the province as local hospitals endure a harrowing coronavirus wave. Source link...

State Senator Arrested on a Charge He Choked His Wife

A New York state senator was arrested in the Bronx on Tuesday on a charge that he choked his estranged wife during a...

Cuomo Attacks Supreme Court’s Emboldened Majority Over Virus Ruling

Cardinal Timothy Dolan also hailed the decision, saying in a tweet, “Our churches are essential.”The joy at the high court’s decision was shared...

‘Queen’ raven at Tower of London feared dead after missing several weeks

The fortress is currently mourning Merlina, the “undisputed ruler of the roost, queen of the Tower ravens,” feared dead after she went missing...

Presidential pardons up for grabs for the right price: report

In one case, the Times reported, lobbyist Brett Tolman, a former federal prosecutor who’s been advising the White House on pardons...

NYC Weather: Sunnier day with light wind

NEW YORK (WABC) -- Tuesday will be another nice winter day as storms stay to the south and leave the area with more...

Ronald Lauder Gives Major Arms and Armor Gift to the Met

For more than 40 years, Ronald S. Lauder collected knights in shining armor. Now he has decided to be one.At a time when...

This Is How the Outbreak Is Resurging Across New York City

At first, New York officials tracked the resurgence of the coronavirus to a few neighborhoods in the city with large populations of Orthodox...

At New York Restaurants, It’s the Season of the Yurt

The ceiling in the shed I’d been told to step into was so low I had to stoop. The walls, made of raw,...

Martin Luther King Jr. captured up close in rare color photos during Chicago visit...

CHICAGO -- During the Civil Rights Movement in the 1960s, most photographers shot in black and white as it was cheaper and the...

Anonymous donor gives $40 million for 50 new civil rights lawyers

An anonymous donor gifted $40 million to fund 50 civil rights lawyers. Source link

United to Return to JFK After Five Year Absence

United Airlines said Tuesday that it would return to Kennedy International Airport in February, a move that could intensify competition between large airlines...

WATCH LIVE: House debates before vote to impeach Trump

Trump, who only has seven days left in office, is facing one article of impeachment charging him with “incitement of insurrection”...

Homes That Sold for Around $1.5 Million

Each week, our survey of recent residential sales in New York City and the surrounding region focuses on homes that sold around a...

A Scramble to Boost Vaccinations in New York

And finally: 177 portraits of ‘Ms. Arline’Siddhartha Mitter writes:Growing up in Bedford-Stuyvesant in the 1980s, the artist Kambui Olujimi had a fulfilled childhood...

Bobby Shmurda Eligible for Release From Prison in February

The Brooklyn rapper Bobby Shmurda, whose quick rise in the music industry was cut short when he was arrested on gang conspiracy charges...

Eight Small New York Theaters Sue Cuomo Over Pandemic Restrictions

A group of eight small theaters and comedy clubs in New York City has filed a lawsuit challenging the closing of their venues...

Rosanne Boyland, Trump supporter who died from apparent trampling in US Capitol riots, followed...

KENNESAW, Ga. -- Before she died in Wednesday's siege at the U.S. Capitol, Rosanne Boyland was a recovering drug addict who wanted to...

New Year’s Eve 2020: How to Celebrate

In most cities this New Year’s Eve, there will be no roaring crowds, no gatherings for fireworks shows and, let’s hope, no strangers...

University Hospital workers in Newark get second dose of Pfizer vaccine

NEW JERSEY (WABC) -- New Jersey has administered more than 100,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccines out of about 400,000 received so far, Democratic...

Live Stock Market Updates – The New York Times

Here’s what you need to know:Pat Gelsinger will replace Robert Swan as chief executive of Intel, the company announced.Credit...Vmware/Via ReutersPat Gelsinger, a veteran...

‘We Exchanged Numbers During a Chance Encounter in the Elevator ’

Through the WallDear Diary:The new neighbors moved in sometime in August. The evidence was the music that started to come through the wall...

Lawsuit Accuses Tony Robbins of Discriminating Against Employee Who Got Covid

Tony Robbins, the life coach and motivational speaker, discriminated against one of his employees by refusing to grant her the accommodations she needed...

Conservative GOP Senator gets boot from fundraising venue in Florida

In a tweet, Loews Hotels on Saturday canceled a planned fundraiser at its Portofino Bay Hotel at Universal Orlando. Source link

As Customers Move Online, So Does the Holiday Shopping Season

The holidays will look different at Macy’s this year. The Thanksgiving Day parade will proceed without spectators, and Santa Claus will not be...

FBI vetting Guard troops in Washington, DC amid fears of insider attack ahead of...

WASHINGTON -- U.S. defense officials say they are worried about an insider attack or other threat from service members involved in securing...

Congress validates Biden’s presidential victory; 4 dead after Trump mob storms US Capitol

WASHINGTON -- Breaking news update:Congress has formally validated Joe Biden's presidential election victory on a day that saw a time-honored ceremony become a...

Coronavirus Reinfections Are Real but Very, Very Rare

Reports of reinfection with the coronavirus evoke a nightmarish future: Repeat bouts of illness, impotent vaccines, unrelenting lockdowns — a pandemic without an...

Religious filmmaker arrested for allegedly shooting wife

Gautier, who has worked in the film industry for more than 15 years, has served as the creator and executive producer...

Former Rep. Max Rose Says He Will Not Run for New York City Mayor

Max Rose, the recently ousted Democratic congressman from Staten Island, will not run for mayor of New York City after all, he announced...

H&R Block customers frustrated over problems getting stimulus money; company says it could be...

While the IRS is sending out the second round of stimulus payments, many people are reporting problems with the money being deposited...

Coronavirus Vaccine Arrives in New York

Those initial batches will cover just over a quarter of the estimated 1.8 million people prioritized to receive the vaccine in the first...

Chainsmokers Promoter and Sweet 16 Venue Fined Over Virus Violations

The “Diamond Sweet 16 Package” at the Miller Place Inn, an opulent Long Island catering hall, includes options like virgin frozen daiquiris and...

How de Blasio Backed Himself Into a Corner on Closing Schools

It was just hours before Mayor Bill de Blasio would reveal that New York City had reached a test positivity rate that would...

Protesters entered Oregon capitol as lawmaker exited

Nearman is vice-president of an immigration group that is considered a hate-group by the Southern Poverty Law Center, the Statesman Journal...

Capitol Bomb: Photo shows suspected explosive device found near Republican National Committee headquarters in...

WASHINGTON -- ABC News obtained a photo of one of the two suspected explosive devices found in Washington D.C. as President Trump supporters...

5 Highlights of New York Mayor’s Race, as Spike Lee Weighs In

With more than a dozen candidates running for mayor of New York City, it can be difficult to stand out. A powerful ad...

‘I Still Believe in Our City’: A Public Art Series Takes On Racism

On Tuesday, New Yorkers commuting through the Atlantic Avenue-Barclays Center subway station will find it transformed with vibrant portraits of Black, Asian and...

U.S. Attorney Moves in on Brooklyn D.A.’s Territory, Citing Crime Surge

Federal authorities in New York have traditionally touted big organized crime and drug-trafficking cases, using powerful racketeering laws to arrest kingpins and dismantle...

Holiday Lights Go Big This Year

Normally, the crowds get heavy in the days before Christmas, where the wait can be an hour and a half long, with cars...

Barbara Weisberger, a Force in American Ballet, Dies at 94

Barbara Weisberger, who founded the Pennsylvania Ballet in Philadelphia with a steadfast vision that transformed the troupe into a nationally acclaimed company, died...

Hastings-on-Hudson, N.Y.: An Inclusive Community on the River

Many of the residents in this Westchester County village are city transplants, drawn by the creative, environmentally conscious vibe. Source link

Why Cities Are Finally Showing Skateboarders Some Respect

In New Jersey, the debut of Jersey City’s inaugural skate park was the culmination of years of struggle by local skate skateboarders, who...

2nd Coronavirus Wave Hits Buffalo Area ‘With a Vengeance’

Intensive care admissions are increasing at a slower rate, because of improvements in care, though 40 people have already died of the virus...

Hawaii waves: Surfers ride swells reaching 50 feet in Pacific Ocean

HAWAII (WABC) -- There's new video of a surfer's paradise Saturday in Hawaii with swells reaching 50 feet.Weather watchers in the Aloha State...

What Does a More Contagious Virus Mean for Schools?

“When we look at what’s happened in the U.K. and think about this new variant, and we see all the case numbers going...

Former presidential candidate Andrew Yang announces New York City mayoral run

NEW YORK (WABC) -- Former Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang announced he is running for mayor of New York City.On Wednesday night, Yang...

Hospital Workers Start to ‘Turn Against Each Other’ to Get Vaccine

“People are going to fight over who goes first, or who doesn’t go first, but the important thing is that it’s happening,” Dr....

Some Manhattan Starbucks closed Sunday due to expected protests

MANHATTAN (WABC) -- Select Starbucks stores throughout Manhattan were closed on Sunday due to expected protests.A Starbucks official said out of an abundance...

Early Voting in New York: 5 Takeaways

According to Mr. Kellner, polling site capacity is limited by the constraints of their cradlepoints, boxy black wireless network routers that can only...

‘Remote Learning Is Not Working’: Shutdown Hurts Children, Parents Say

Laura Espinoza took an hourlong subway ride on Thursday morning from her Brooklyn neighborhood to City Hall, where she joined several dozen families...

Yang Presses Forward, Wiley Is Sidelined: Highlights From Mayor’s Race

Few elected officials seem more eager than Mayor Bill de Blasio to put, as he phrased it, this “God-forsaken” year behind him. But...

Indoor Dining May Be Banned Again, Threatening N.Y.C. Restaurants

Since the pandemic forced most New York City businesses to shut down nine months ago, the restaurant industry has warned that it was...

Atlanta prosecutor vows to investigate Trump’s ‘disturbing’ call with Raffensperger

The recently-elected district attorney of Georgia’s Fulton County said in a statement that Trump’s request of Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger was “disturbing”...

‘I Quickly Realized I Now Had to Pedal For the Weight of Two Men’

Special DeliveryDear Diary:I was on my bike, about five miles into an interborough beer delivery to a friend in Prospect Heights when I...

Zagat and Michelin Hit Pause on New York City Guides

Restaurant ratings traditionally land in November, with the annual release of the latest guides from Michelin and Zagat. Not this year. Both companies...

‘We Were Hungry High School Kids in Sheepshead Bay in the Early 1960s’

Off the MenuDear Diary:We were hungry high school kids in Sheepshead Bay in the early 1960s. A Chinese takeout restaurant opened on Nostrand...

Alejandro Mayorkas, Avril Haines and Joe Biden’s other national security Cabinet nominees face Senate...

WASHINGTON -- President-elect Joe Biden's national security Cabinet may be bare on Day One of his presidency, but an inauguration eve spurt of...

Homes That Sold for Around $750,000

Each week, our survey of recent residential sales in New York City and the surrounding region focuses on homes that sold around a...

Which New Yorkers Will Be First to Get the Virus Vaccine?

Health care workers. Essential workers. Nursing home residents. New Yorkers who live in the hardest-hit neighborhoods.These are among the different groups that the...

N.Y.C. Transit Postpones 4% Fare Hike, Hoping for Federal Rescue

New York City’s transit agency has warned for months of a fare hike that would take effect this spring, part of a regularly...

Sky Hopinka: Songs of the Earth and the Road

All the work is from last year. The 16 half-abstract photos came first. They’re pictures of pictures: still-life style shots of color transparencies,...

Chirping Birds, Dancers and an Audience That Tops Out at 10

The last afternoon I spent at New York Theater Ballet was for a rehearsal in February. Now I was back again, and it...

Homes That Sold for Around $1 Million

Each week, our survey of recent residential sales in New York City and the surrounding region focuses on homes that sold around a...

Vatican Report Concludes McCarrick’s Ascent Was Aided by Misleading Accounts

VATICAN CITY — The Vatican on Tuesday released a highly anticipated report investigating how the disgraced former prelate Theodore E. McCarrick rose through...

Trapped at Home in the Pandemic With Mold and a Leaky Roof

Aida Corporan has avoided the coronavirus by hunkering down in her apartment at the Bailey Houses, a public housing complex in the Bronx.But...

Two Virginia police officers placed on leave after attending Capitol riot

The Rocky Mount, Virginia, Police Department has notified federal officials that two of its officers “were present” at the attempted siege of the...

KJ Whitehead holds corner-side protests against racial injustice in North Side Chicago neighborhood, overcomes...

CHICAGO -- Most days, you'll find KJ Whitehead at the intersection of Winnemac and Winchester Avenues in Chicago's Ravenswood neighborhood."I have to continue...

Virus Hospitalizations Are Up in N.Y.C. But This Time, It’s Different.

At one New York City hospital, coronavirus patients began arriving a few weeks ago from Brooklyn neighborhoods and nearby suburbs that have seen...

Who’s Coming to Thanksgiving? N.Y. Sheriffs Say It’s Not Their Business

Mr. Azzopardi added that the governor’s office expected most New Yorkers to comply with the order, as they had with previous restrictions. Widespread...

Charles Yu Talks About ‘Interior Chinatown’

Subscribe: iTunes | Google Play Music | How to ListenCharles Yu’s “Interior Chinatown,” which won the National Book Award for fiction in November,...

Feds arrest son of NYC judge who stormed U.S. Capitol

Supporters of US President Donald Trump protest in the US Capitol Rotunda on January 6, 2021, in Washington, DC. - Demonstrators breeched...

In New Jersey, Smokers Can Get Covid Vaccine

“The more people we can get with shots in arms, the more lives we are going to save,” Dr. Reboli said. “It becomes...

Indoguration today: Joe Biden’s dog Major, adopted from a shelter, gets virtual ‘inaugration’

WILMINGTON, Del. -- The Delaware Humane Association hosted a virtual party with over 10,000 people to celebrate the first shelter dog moving into...

Now That Grandma Has Been Vaccinated, May I Visit Her?

A watershed moment has arrived for many families: This week health care workers from CVS and Walgreens, under contract from the federal government,...

Philip Smith, powerful Broadway executive, dies at 89 of COVID

Smith became the president of the organization in 1996 after the death of its previous president, Bernard Jacobs, and helped push...

Homes for Sale in New York and New Jersey

This week’s properties are a six-bedroom house in Mount Kisco, N.Y., and a four-bedroom colonial in Robbinsville, N.J. Source link

One Hospital System Sued 2,500 Patients After Pandemic Hit

The other health systems that filed the most lawsuits last year echoed that sentiment, emphasizing that they have not sued any coronavirus patients.St....

Amazon bans sales of QAnon merch

Generally, the QAnon conspiracy claims that President Trump is secretly battling a cabal of pedophiles, including the Democratic Party, and secretly...

Hedge Fund Magnate Is Moving His $41 Billion Firm From N.Y. to Florida

While its New York office will remain open, Elliott is also setting up a new office in Greenwich, Conn., the wealthy enclave northeast...

Opinion | She Works Two Jobs. She’s Still Facing Eviction.

Across the country, coronavirus cases are soaring. Everyone knows by now the best way to stay safe is to stay home. But on...

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