New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio (D) on Thursday defended a New York state plan to provide $2.1 billion fund for jobless people, which would also benefit immigrants who are in the United States illegally.
The proposed tax on residents making $1 million a year or more will hit nearly 123,000 New Yorkers across the state.
The city of New York moved to end qualified immunity, making it the first city in the United States to do so.
Bethlehem’s five City Council candidates made their case on why they should be elected during a forum Monday night hosted by the Bethlehem City Democratic Committee.
Looks like the radicals in the Legislature have won. And New Yorkers will pay a steep price — in the form of massive tax hits, a subpar economy and shakier government finances long term. Lawmakers are set to ram through a $200 billion spending plan that mushrooms outlays and slaps taxpayers with an added
Fiscal expert: New York City’s in Trouble At The Wall Street Journal, Richard Ravitch — who helped guide Gotham out of near-bankruptcy in the 1970s — warns that the city “has never been in serious trouble until now.” Back then, it borrowed for operating expenses and needed federal help to pay its debts, but “culture
Mayor Bill de Blasio is easing the two-case rule about positive virus cases that had been forcing many schools to temporarily shut this year.
The bill, which is awaiting Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s signature, would allow New Yorkers to possess up to 3 ounces of cannabis for recreational use. People with marijuana-related convictions would have their records expunged immediately.
Mayor Bill de Blasio is making a fair show of reopening city schools, but the reality is another story entirely. Local Catholic and private schools have been doing in-person instruction since September with no signs of significant outbreaks. Meanwhile, about 70 percent of public-school students are still remote-only, because . . . Why? It’s nice
MANCHESTER, England (AP) - Manchester City now has the Premier League’s largest-ever wage bill, and it is set to keep on growing. Midfielder Kevin De Bruyne secured improved terms on Wednesday with a two-year extension that contracts him to City until 2025. The deal was announced as the club's
Uber's digital ad display screens are coming to New York City--but they won't be on Uber vehicles. Current city regulations prohibit car-top advertising for rideshare vehicles, so the Uber OOH screens will outfit more than 3,000 taxicabs instead. Elsewhere, Uber OOH--a partnership with the out-of-home ad-tech firm Adomni and screen provider Cargo Systems--is active in