Not only is the nation’s largest city poised to elect its second African-American mayor and its first African-American district attorney, New York City’s new Black power surge has already made inroads in state government and may soon shake up the halls of Congress.
A food delivery worker in April 2021
The pursuit of self-driving cars drives Intel's Mobileye to New York City.
"[I]f you're a public health care worker, you have to get vaccinated or get tested once a week," said New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio.
New York City health workers will be required to get vaccinated for COVID-19 or undergo weekly testing, according to Mayor Bill de Blasio.
‘STARTING FRIDAY: Get your first dose of the #COVID19 vaccine at a City run site and you’ll get $100. It’s that simple,’ tweets Bill De Blasio’s City Hall
The vaccine requirement will affect roughly 340,000 municipal workers, including teachers and NYPD officers, according to the New York Times.
Blazes in 13 western states, including Oregon, California, Nevada, are causing pollution levels to rise in major East Coast cities
Amy Schumer and Susannah Flood were seen taking sips straight out of a tequila bottle while filming Life & Beth.
“New York’s a circus — 50 square miles of high-pressured drama, tension, conflict, posturing, vanity, shame, anger in the most metropolitan area on Earth.”
More than a year has passed since Nikole Hannah-Jones, a New York Times reporter of moderate notoriety, was published in the paper that employs her, a Washington Free Beacon analysis has determined.