New York Headlines

  • Infant dies after being found unconscious in NYC home, mother’s boyfriend charged

    (by Larry Celona, Kenneth Garger for The New York Post 2 hours ago)
    The 3-month-old boy who was found unconscious at his Lower East Side apartment earlier this week died on Thursday — and his mother’s boyfriend has been arrested in connection to his death, police sources said. Little Morgan Kesean had no visible signs of trauma when he was discovered inside the Water Street apartment at NYCHA’s...
  • 50 staffers at NYC school forced to quarantine after COVID-19 case

    (by Selim Algar, Kenneth Garger for The New York Post 5 hours ago)
    Fifty staffers at a Staten Island middle school are being forced to quarantine after a school employee tested positive for the coronavirus on Tuesday, a DOE official said. The dozens of staffers at IS 51 in Port Richmond Center are being forced to quarantine after they  disregarded social distancing protocols, according to a Department of...
  • Rochester PD spent $1.4M in OT so far on Daniel Prude, BLM protests

    (by Jorge Fitz-Gibbon for The New York Post 6 hours ago)
    Rochester police spent more than $1.4 million on overtime in under three weeks responding to Black Lives Matter demonstrations stemming from the police-custody death of Daniel Prude, according to a report. The bulk of the OT for cops in the upstate city came during the first two weeks of this month after the protests broke...
  • As Coronavirus Cases Surge in Europe, Hospitalizations Lag

    (by Mark Landler for The New York Times 6 hours ago)
    For now, countries are betting they can suppress hospital admissions and deaths without imposing more lockdowns, even as case numbers approach peak levels from last spring.
  • Trump Again Sows Doubt About Election as G.O.P. Scrambles to Assure Voters

    (by Reid J. Epstein, Emily Cochrane and Glenn Thrush for The New York Times 7 hours ago)
    President Trump declined for a second day to commit to a peaceful transfer of power if he lost the election, while Republicans, including Mitch McConnell, implicitly rebuffed him, promising an “orderly transition.”
  • Battles Over Voting Rules Fuel Concern About Postelection Fights

    (by Nick Corasaniti and Kenneth P. Vogel for The New York Times 7 hours ago)
    Even as early voting has gotten underway, some pivotal states are still litigating how ballots should be cast and counted, creating uncertainty that is being fanned by President Trump.
  • N.J. Will Borrow $4.5 Billion as Pandemic Pain Hits States

    (by Tracey Tully and Mary Williams Walsh for The New York Times 7 hours ago)
    It is one of the first states to take on debt to plug a budget hole created by the impact of the coronavirus.
  • New York Will Review Virus Vaccines, Citing Politicization of Process

    (by Michael Gold and Jesse McKinley for The New York Times 9 hours ago)
    New York officials do not play a role in the approval of a vaccine, but could delay distribution if they believed the vaccine was not safe.
  • Corey Johnson Drops Out of 2021 Race for N.Y.C. Mayor

    (by Jeffery C. Mays for The New York Times 12 hours ago)
    Mr. Johnson, the City Council speaker, was one of the front-runners to succeed Mayor Bill de Blasio, but the recent rigors of his job had worn on him.
  • Donald Trump Is Attacking American Democracy at Its Core

    (by John Cassidy for The New Yorker 1 day, 6 hours ago)
    President Donald Trump is transparent about his effort to stack the Supreme Court in his favor for an anticipated challenge to the election results, even as he and his Party work behind the scenes to suppress the Democratic vote, John Cassidy writes.
  • Can the Democrats Win Back Pennsylvania?

    (by Benjamin Wallace-Wells for The New Yorker 1 day, 20 hours ago)
    Benjamin Wallace-Wells writes about Kamala Harris’s recent campaign stop in Philadelphia, and about the Biden-Harris campaign’s strategy for winning Pennsylvania in the 2020 Presidential election.
  • The Legal Fight Awaiting Us After the Election

    (by Jeffrey Toobin for The New Yorker 3 days, 20 hours ago)
    The aftermath of November’s vote has the potential to make 2000 look like a mere skirmish, Jeffrey Toobin writes.

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