Fed Up With Roaring Engines And Drag Racing On NYC Streets, 3 Lawmakers Propose Stiffer Punishments For OffendersOver the last year, there've been nearly 3,000 drag racing complaint calls made to 311. That's five times the number of calls made the year before.
President Joe Biden Lifts Muslim Travel Ban, Giving Immigrants In New York HopeIn reversing the policy, Biden said the ban undermined national security, jeopardized alliances and is a stain on our national conscience. Instead, the White House says visitors will be rigorously vetted.
Century 21 Files For Chapter 11 Bankruptcy, Plans To Close All 13 StoresCentury 21 joins a list of more than two dozen retailers that have filed for bankruptcy during the coronavirus pandemic.
NYC To Start Handing Out Face Coverings In Parks And Public Spaces, Mayor SaysStarting this week, the city will distribute 100,000 masks to parks across the five boroughs.
New York Senator Unveils Package Of Proposed Street Safety ReformsJust this week, there have been six pedestrian deaths in the city, including two children.
Democrats Now Dominate New York State Government, But Harmony Not GuaranteedDemocrats around the state are eager to push programs that were non-starters when the Republicans controlled the Senate.
Arrest Made After Anti-Semitic Graffiti Cancels Political Event, Classes At Brooklyn SynagogueBefore the arrest, NYPD Chief of Detectives Dermot Shea revealed that police were looking for a man caught on surveillance cameras at the temple.