Gov. Cuomo Urges New Yorkers To Get COVID Vaccine: 'We'll Make It Accessible, But We Need You To Accept It'The governor made a point of urging Black New Yorkers to get vaccinated against the coronavirus. Polls show Black Americans are among the most reluctant to get the vaccine despite higher COVID-19 death rates than whites.
Some Columbia University Students Vow To Ramp Up Tuition StrikeFriday was the deadline for the university to respond to their demands for payments to be reduced by 10%.
Williamsburg Residents Upset Marsha P. Johnson Park Shut Down Completely For Renovation During PandemicResidents complain they weren't warned about the closure, and that it couldn't come at a worse time.
NYC Gives LGBTQ Business Owners Minority Designations When Competing For City ContractsThe new designation is in partnership with the National LGBT Chamber of Commerce and overseen by New York City’s department of small business services.
Coronavirus Impact: Some Columbia University Students Say They're Prepared To Withhold Payments If Tuition Isn't LoweredCoronavirus pandemic fallout has impacted the way college students learn.
COVID Vaccine: More Distribution Sites Open Across NYC While New Yorkers Say Appointments Are Vanishing, Being RescheduledAs New Yorkers flock to newly opened sites, it's become clear demand is already outpacing supply.
Indoor Dining In New York City Remains Shut Down As Restrictions Are Lifted In Other Parts Of StateAt reopening restaurants, the indoor rules are 50% capacity and a maximum of four people per table. The state is doing this temporarily and reluctantly, and New York City is not included.
New COVID-19 Guidelines Require International Travelers Show Proof Of Negative Test Before Flying To U.S.The CDC says it must be a viral test, not an antibody or some other types of tests. It must be done within 72 hours of departure with paper or electronic proof brought to the airport.
Mass COVID-19 Vaccination Sites Open In Parts Of New York City Will Operate 24/7 Starting MondayStarting Monday, millions more New Yorkers, including teachers and seniors, will become eligible for the vaccine.
COVID Vaccination Sites Continue Opening Across Tri-State Area As Eligibility ExpandsVaccine mega-sites are popping up across the Tri-State Area.
'It Was An Epic Failure': Experts, NYC Leaders Question Police's Response To Storming Of Capitol Building Compared To Policing At Black Lives Matter ProtestsCapitol Police were no match for the wave upon wave of Trump supporters breaking into doors and windows, at times putting up with very little resistance from officers charged with guarding the building.
Love In The Time Of COVID: Dating Apps Flourishing As Lonely Singles Scramble In Advance Of Valentine's DayIt is a big day for dating. So big, it has been dubbed "Dating Sunday."
Police Continue To Investigate Death Of Woman Found Stuck In Garbage Chute At Staten Island Apartment BuildingUntil the medical examiner determines cause of death, they will not even classify this case as a crime.
Experts Caution Against Harsh New Year's Resolutions: 'Less Egoic, More Enriching'Mental health experts say people should not pick any resolutions that tap into shame they feel about themselves.
Some New Year's Traditions About Luck, Health And Wealth, And All Are Needed Following Dismal 2020New Year's traditions from all over the world can be found in the rich melting pot that is the Tri-State Area.