New York Headlines

  • City hospitals struggle as spending skyrockets: report

    (by Julia Marsh for The New York Post 19 minutes ago)
    Mayor de Blasio has boasted about the city’s “universal health care” system on the campaign trail — but a new report by his own administration shows the Big Apple’s public health system is unwell. The number of people visiting city hospitals is down, membership in the public option MetroPlus is declining, and patient satisfaction is...
  • Luckiest man in New Jersey wins another lottery jackpot

    (by Lee Brown for The New York Post 22 minutes ago)
    Freddie Robinson, 64, became a millionaire in 2017 with the top prize in the Platinum Diamond Spectacular scratch-off game bought from a liquor store close to his home in Newark.
  • Watchdog Refuses to Detail Whistle-Blower Complaint About Trump

    (by Matthew Rosenberg, Nicholas Fandos, Eileen Sullivan and Julian E. Barnes for The New York Times 30 minutes ago)
    The complaint, being discussed in a closed meeting with House lawmakers, addresses a commitment that President Trump was said to have made to a world leader.
  • Trump Sues Manhattan D.A. Over Demand for 8 Years of His Tax Returns

    (by Michael Gold for The New York Times 30 minutes ago)
    The president’s lawyer said a subpoena seeking Mr. Trump’s personal and corporate tax records raised “significant constitutional issues.”
  • Trump Sues Manhattan D.A. Over Demand for 8 Years of His Tax Returns

    (by Michael Gold for The New York Times 30 minutes ago)
    The president’s lawyer said a subpoena seeking Mr. Trump’s personal and corporate tax records raised “significant constitutional issues.”
  • NYC wants to build a public pool in the East River

    (by Julia Marsh for The New York Post 32 minutes ago)
    A city agency is making a splash with its call for a public pool in the East River — a plan that could return swimming to the urban estuary for the first time in over 100 years. “I’m excited this is finally getting some attention!” Jasmine Blake gushed Wednesday. Blake has worked on behalf of...
  • In New York, the Far Left Is Targeting a Close Ally

    (by Vivian Wang for The New York Times 49 minutes ago)
    Activists are trying to influence labor unions in New York City. Accusations of spying, subterfuge and “red-baiting” followed.
  • Officer Who Guarded El Chapo’s Wife Is Accused of Dealing Drugs

    (by Edgar Sandoval for The New York Times an hour ago)
    The 12-year police veteran worked off-duty providing security to the Mexican drug lord’s wife during his trial.
  • New Democratic Polls Offer Encouragement to Biden, Warren, and Sanders

    (by John Cassidy for The New Yorker an hour ago)
    John Cassidy writes about the new Presidential-primary polls that were conducted following the most recent Democratic debate.
  • Iran’s Foreign Minister Vows ‘All-Out War’ if U.S. or Saudis Strike

    (by Richard Pérez-Peña and Edward Wong for The New York Times 2 hours ago)
    “We don’t want war,” Mohammad Javad Zarif said. But “we won’t blink to defend our territory,” he added. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said President Trump wants peace.
  • Israel Has Voted—and Netanyahu’s Future Is in Doubt

    (by Bernard Avishai for The New Yorker 20 hours ago)
    Bernard Avishai writes about Israel’s inconclusive election results and the Prime Minister’s competition with Benny Gantz and his center-left allies for a majority in the Knesset.
  • The Brexit Agonies of David Cameron

    (by Rebecca Mead for The New Yorker 23 hours ago)
    Rebecca Mead writes about the former Prime Minister David Cameron’s account of the role that he played in Brexit and recent British history in his memoir “For the Record.”

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