New York Headlines

  • Derek Chauvin Verdict Brings a Rare Rebuke of Police Conduct

    (by John Eligon, Tim Arango, Shaila Dewan and Nicholas Bogel-Burroughs for The New York Times 12 minutes ago)
    A jury deliberated for just over 10 hours before pronouncing Mr. Chauvin guilty on all three charges: second-degree murder, third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter.
  • The Death of George Floyd Reignited a Movement. What Happens Now?

    (by Audra D. S. Burch, Amy Harmon, Sabrina Tavernise and Emily Badger for The New York Times 13 minutes ago)
    Calls for racial justice touched nearly every aspect of American life on a scale that historians say has not happened since the civil rights movement of the 1960s.
  • Landlord sues NYPD to fumigate NYC apartment where body decomposed for weeks

    (by Priscilla DeGregory for The New York Post 20 minutes ago)
    The owners of an Upper West Side apartment where an elderly man’s dead body was decomposing for two weeks say police won’t let cleaners in to fumigate the pad — so now they’re suing to clear the air. The owners of the West 72nd Street unit filed the suit against the NYPD in Manhattan Supreme...
  • New Yorkers gather to celebrate after Chauvin guilty verdict

    (by Joe Marino, Steven Vago, Tamar Lapin for The New York Post 29 minutes ago)
    New Yorkers gathered and marched across the city in droves on Tuesday evening to celebrate the conviction of former Minneapolis cop Derek Chauvin in the murder of George Floyd. Cheers and car honking erupted around the Big Apple — from Harlem to Lower Manhattan and Brooklyn — as the guilty verdict came down. “I was...
  • Andrea Stewart-Cousins says she won’t run for governor against Cuomo

    (by Bernadette Hogan for The New York Post 39 minutes ago)
    The top Democrat in the state Senate, Majority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins, said Tuesday she will not make a run for governor in 2022 against a scandal-scarred Gov. Andrew Cuomo. “No, I’m not planning a run for governor,” Stewart-Cousins (D-Westchester) told reporters when asked during a remote press conference from her Albany office.  Stewart-Cousins numbers one...
  • ‘We Matter’: Derek Chauvin Verdict Brings Collective Relief

    (by Shaila Dewan and Julie Bosman for The New York Times an hour ago)
    For some Americans, the conviction of the former officer in the death of George Floyd was seen as a step toward racial justice.
  • Shooting at Long Island Grocery Store Leaves 1 Dead, 2 Wounded

    (by Mihir Zaveri, Daniel E. Slotnik and Johnny Diaz for The New York Times 3 hours ago)
    The police said the gunman, who was arrested on Tuesday after opening fire at a Stop & Shop in West Hempstead, was an employee who collected shopping carts in the parking lot.
  • Netanyahu—on Trial and Trying to Form a Government—Is Promoting His Own Big Lie

    (by Bernard Avishai for The New Yorker 6 hours ago)
    Is this finally the moment when a fractured opposition will unite to force the Prime Minister out of office?
  • How COVID-19 Surged Again in India

    (by Isaac Chotiner for The New Yorker 15 hours ago)
    A conversation about the crisis in Mumbai and the risks of rapid reopening.
  • They Came to N.Y.C. for Acceptance. Now They Need Jobs.

    (by Michael Gold for The New York Times 16 hours ago)
    A new city program for homeless L.G.B.T.Q. youth will offer job placement, education and mental health support to help them achieve career success.
  • Remembering Walter Mondale

    (by Jane Mayer for The New Yorker 1 day ago)
    The former Vice-President and Presidential candidate told voters the hard and politically costly truths they didn’t want to hear.
  • Teachers’ Union Backs Stringer for N.Y.C. Mayor, Giving Him a Boost

    (by Eliza Shapiro and Katie Glueck for The New York Times 1 day, 2 hours ago)
    The endorsement comes at a critical time for the city comptroller, who has struggled to gain traction in the race.

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