New York Headlines

  • New Jersey skier suffocates to death on Colorado chairlift

    (by Kenneth Garger for The New York Post 12 minutes ago)
    A man from New Jersey suffocated to death at a Colorado ski resort when he fell through a gap in a chairlift and became trapped with his coat wrapped around his neck, officials said. The freak accident occurred last Thursday at Vail Mountain’s Blue Sky Basin area, resulting in the death of 46-year-old Jason Varnish,...
  • Over two dozen anti-ICE demonstrators arrested at Times Square protest

    (by Anabel Sosa for The New York Post 17 minutes ago)
    At least 30 members of an anti-ICE coalition were arrested during a Times Square protest Sunday, according to police and the group. Those arrested were among nearly 500 demonstrators with the group Close The Camps who rallied on the steps of the New York Public Library at 42nd Street and Fifth Avenue around 3 p.m....
  • Former Justice Dept. Lawyers Press for Barr to Step Down

    (by Katie Benner for The New York Times 23 minutes ago)
    More than 1,100 former prosecutors and officials who served in Republican and Democratic administrations signed an open letter condemning the president and the attorney general over the Stone case.
  • Coronavirus Infection Found After Cruise Ship Passengers Disperse

    (by Richard C. Paddock, Sui-Lee Wee and Roni Caryn Rabin for The New York Times 29 minutes ago)
    Amid assurances that the Westerdam was disease free, hundreds of people disembarked in Cambodia and headed for airports. One was later found to be infected.
  • NJ trip planner Steve Perillo stole competitor’s trade secrets: lawsuit

    (by Elizabeth Rosner, Vincent Barone for The New York Post 2 hours ago)
    A New Jersey travel planner known for his kitschy television commercials used insider information stolen from a competitor to launch a faith-based Christian tour department, a new lawsuit alleges. Steve Perillo, most known for his ads hawking trips to Italy, allegedly poached an employee at the faith-based travel company Homeric Tours after the two conspired...
  • The Guerrilla Car Washers of N.Y.C.

    (by Sandra E. Garcia and Stephen Speranza for The New York Times 6 hours ago)
    Development is finally coming to the top of Manhattan. Are its carwash vans doomed?
  • Fearful of Trump’s Attacks, Justice Dept. Lawyers Worry Barr Will Leave Them Exposed

    (by Katie Benner, Sharon LaFraniere and Nicole Hong for The New York Times 21 hours ago)
    After a week of tumult, some career prosecutors expressed concerns about political interference and the attorney general’s response to the president weighing in on the prosecution of an associate.
  • Tessa Majors Killing: 14-Year-Old Boy Charged With Murder

    (by Edgar Sandoval for The New York Times 1 day, 1 hour ago)
    The teenager, the second suspect arrested in the case, is believed to have wielded the murder weapon.
  • Why Is William Barr Really Criticizing Donald Trump?

    (by David Rohde for The New Yorker 2 days, 3 hours ago)
    David Rohde writes about Attorney General William Barr’s response to the Department of Justice’s recommended sentence for Donald Trump’s friend Roger Stone, and what Barr’s record portends for the President’s influence on criminal prosecutions.
  • How Rashad Robinson, Racial Justice Activist, Spends His Sundays

    (by Tammy La Gorce for The New York Times 2 days, 5 hours ago)
    The head of Color of Change likes to go out for brunch and cocktails. He just needs to find the right hat.
  • What Happened to Elizabeth Warren?

    (by Benjamin Wallace-Wells for The New Yorker 2 days, 10 hours ago)
    Benjamin Wallace-Wells discusses the declining fortunes of Elizabeth Warren in the race for the Democratic Presidential nomination, the rising fortunes of Amy Klobuchar, and the off-the-charts advertising budget of Michael Bloomberg.
  • Donald Trump, a President So Unhinged That Even Bill Barr Says He’s Out of Control

    (by Susan B. Glasser for The New Yorker 2 days, 23 hours ago)
    Susan B. Glasser on how President Donald Trump’s impeachment-trial acquittal has reinforced his belief that he can do anything he wants, and how Attorney General Bill Barr has even spoken out against his tweets.

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