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New York City Leads the Way in Expanding Black Studies Despite Opposition in Other States

In the face of growing opposition to Black studies in certain states, New York City is making significant strides to expand the discipline. The...

In New York City, What Exactly Does It Mean to Be Considered a Progressive?

New York City is often considered the epicenter of progressivism in America. With a population of over 8 million people, the city is a...

What it Means for New York City That Black Families Are Leaving, and Why They Are Doing So

New York City is facing a significant loss as a growing number of Black families are leaving the city. This trend is causing alarm...

Former New York City Sergeants Union Leader Pleads Guilty to Federal Wire Fraud in Scheme to Steal Thousands of Dollars

Thursday, one of the most influential and aggressive leaders in the history of the New York City sergeants union, Edward D. Mullins, pled guilty...

The Holland Tunnel, which leads out of New York City, is going to be closed overnight until 2025

More than a decade after Hurricane Sandy flooded it with 30 million gallons of brackish water, the Holland Tunnel under the Hudson River is...

Adams Reveals a Budget of $103 Billion While New York Struggles with Major Obstacles

In the face of a volatile economy, New York City Mayor Eric Adams presented a budget proposal on Thursday that would spend nearly $103...

Adams Defends Himself in a Scathing Broadside Against Criticism From de Blasio Aids

Eric Adams, the mayor of the nation's most populous city, is fond of saying that he is "perfectly flawed" and has a thick enough...

After receiving a fine for having rats on his property, Mayor Eric Adams takes on City Hall

It is said that you cannot win a battle against City Hall. But suppose that you are the City Hall. The answer, in Mayor Eric...

These Cocktails Are Thrown, Which Means They Are Neither Shaken Nor Stirred

James Bond was only disclosing two-thirds of the tale when he famously requested his martini to be "shaken and not stirred." Because these are...

Irene Cara, well known for her roles in the films Fame and Flashdance, has passed away at the age of 63

Irene Cara, who sang the title songs of two of the most popular song-and-dance movies of the 1980s, "Flashdance" and "Fame," has passed away....

A man who was accused of carrying out antisemitic attacks in New York has pleaded guilty to a charge of committing a hate crime

Tuesday, Saadah Masoud, a man from Staten Island who was suspected of conducting a series of assaults on Jews in New York City in...

New York City Comes to an Agreement Regarding the Construction of a Soccer Stadium in Queens

Officials from New York City have struck an agreement to construct the city's first professional soccer stadium. The stadium will serve as the focal...

After having only opened a month ago, the Randalls Island Migrant Shelter will soon be closing

According to a statement that was issued by the city on Thursday night, New York City will be closing down a tent facility for...

Hochul and Zeldin Have One Last Stand in an Unpredictable Race Before Election Day

On the night of Election Day, Governor Kathy Hochul and her Republican opponent, Representative Lee M. Zeldin, raced around New York City and its...

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