New York City declares ‘racism’ a ‘public health crisis’

New York 10/20/21, 17:02

The New York City Board of Health passed a resolution on Monday, Oct. 18, declaring that racism is a "public health crisis" based on the notion that the health care system is racist because it disproportionately affects black communities and other "non-white" minorities. "To build a healthier New York City, we ...

9 Rikers convicts released by New York Gov. Hochul are re-arrested

New York 10/11/21, 14:31

Gov. Kathy Hochul (D) recently gave nine Rikers Island convicts a Get Out of Jail Free pass despite being accused of carrying a loaded gun. However, the group was quickly detained again for violating road and other rules. Stepfane "Stephon" Gilliam, 26, is a member of the Queensbridge Houses group known ...

As many as 150,000 students are not returning to schools in New York

New York 10/11/21, 01:43

According to a report, more than 100,000 students have been missing their in-person learning education since the new school year started in New York. In Brooklyn alone, the number of students not going to schools was estimated to range between 150,000 to 180,000, say some officials, according to the New York ...

Pregnant celebrity Jennifer Lawrence joins pro-abortion rally

New York 10/04/21, 19:33

One of the world's highest paid movie stars openly supported killing unborn babies while expecting a baby herself on Oct 2. Jennifer Lawrence joined a pro-abortion rally in New York City. The visibly pregnant actress shared photos of herself next to fellow rally attendee and comedian Amy Schumer. The pair can be ...

George Floyd statue vandalized in New York City

New York 10/04/21, 16:58

A bronze-colored sculpture was once again vandalized in New York City on Oct. 3. Authorities are searching for a suspect who defaced the George Floyd memorial at Union Square abound 10 a.m. New York Police Department is examining surveillance footage that allegedly shows a skateboarder splashing the sculpture with gray paint and ...

NYC subway ‘surfer’ dies after falling from top of moving train

New York 10/03/21, 02:05

According to police, a man died Saturday Oct.2 while “surfing” on top of a moving metro train in New York City. The 32-year-old was pronounced dead on the spot. According to the New York Police Department (NYPD), there was no other crime involved. Shortly after 4:30 a.m. on Saturday, the victim ...

NYC narrowed unvaccinated rates at last minute before deadline

New York 09/28/21, 15:16

Many healthcare workers in New York have rushed for COVID-19 vaccine jabs during the last hours before the harsh vaccine mandate takes effect.   It was estimated that the figure could be in the thousands, raising the number of those receiving at least one dose across the Big Apple to 92% on ...

NYC teachers will photograph students not wearing masks or social distancing

New York 09/27/21, 18:35

New York's largest public school union wants teachers to report students who are unmasked or stand too close. The United Federation of Teachers's (UFT's) student quarantine issues form lets educators attach photos and other evidence of potential pandemic restriction breaches on school property. UFT claims the measure is necessary to comply with ...

Judge orders Trump organization cooperation on state subpoenas

New York 09/27/21, 05:35

A New York Supreme Court has ordered the Trump Organization to respond to subpoena requests from the state attorney general Letitia James in her 3-year long civil fraud probe. "The Trump Organization, by September 30, 2021, shall provide a report, in reasonable detail, of actions taken to preserve, collect, and produce ...