New York Headlines

  • Freezing temperatures are hitting NYC for Thanksgiving

    (by Post Staff Report for The New York Post 4 minutes ago)
    The Big Apple will be refrigerated this week but not in the freezer until Thanksgiving — and it will be spared another snowstorm. Counting the wind-chill factor, it will seem like temperatures are in the teens on Turkey Day morning and in the 30s when the football games start. “We’re in a calm weather pattern...
  • Andrew Gillum Concedes to Ron DeSantis in Florida Governor’s Race

    (by GLENN THRUSH and LIAM STACK for The New York Times 9 minutes ago)
    Ron DeSantis with his wife, Casey, on election night. He was elected governor of Florida after a contentious recount.
  • Rehab center let cancer patient die because of forged ‘do not resuscitate’ order: suit

    (by Kathianne Boniello for The New York Post 28 minutes ago)
    A Staten Island rehab center allegedly let a cancer patient die because of a forged “do not resuscitate” order, her husband claims in a lawsuit. Carmel Richmond Healthcare and Rehab let Maureen LaCapria, 67, “deteriorate and die” because of a healthcare directive she allegedly signed – even though the paperwork had the word “void” written...
  • A Democratic Rout in Orange County: Cisneros’s Win Makes It Four

    (by ADAM NAGOURNEY for The New York Times 29 minutes ago)
    Gil Cisneros, a Democratic candidate for the House, speaking at an election night party in Fullerton, Calif. Days later, he was declared the winner in his race against Young Kim.
  • Parking attendants trashed my $347K Ferrari: lawsuit

    (by Kathianne Boniello for The New York Post 39 minutes ago)
    They turned his sweet ride sour. A Manhattan man dropped his sparkling $347,000 Ferrari off at a Tribeca parking garage only to pick it up four hours later and find its door bashed in and side-view mirror missing. The bill to repair the striking blue 458 Spider? $19,500. “I have no idea what really happened,”...
  • America’s Election Grid Remains a Patchwork of Vulnerabilities

    (by MIKE McINTIRE, MICHAEL WINES and ALAN BLINDER for The New York Times 4 hours ago)
    A polling center in Kirkwood, Mo. As Americans cast their ballots in the midterms this month, confusion and errors across the country once again tested confidence in the vote.
  • The Brexit Fantasy Goes Down in Tears

    (by John Cassidy for The New Yorker 1 day, 9 hours ago)
    John Cassidy writes about rumors that the House of Commons may hold a vote of confidence on Brexit on Friday, which could force the Prime Minister, Theresa May, to step down.
  • The Met Reinvents Itself, Yet the Ushers Remain the Same

    (by TED ALCORN for The New York Times 1 day, 12 hours ago)
    Ricardo Taveras, an usher at the Met, before opening night of “La Fanciulla del West.”
  • In Southern California, Citizen Firefighters Battle to Save Their Homes from the Blaze

    (by Dana Goodyear for The New Yorker 2 days, 3 hours ago)
    Dana Goodyear writes on the efforts by local residents in Malibu, California, to protect their community from the Woolsey Fire.
  • After the Midterms, Robert Mueller’s Got a New Wingman on Capitol Hill

    (by Susan B. Glasser for The New Yorker 2 days, 3 hours ago)
    Adam Schiff, the incoming chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, wants to insure that the conclusions from the special counsel’s investigation will not be covered up, even if President Trump attempts to shut it down, Susan B. Glasser writes.
  • Where Stan Lee’s Fictional Superheroes Lived in the Real New York

    (by JAMES BARRON for The New York Times 2 days, 12 hours ago)
    Stan Lee, who died Monday, tied Marvel’s stable of pulp-fiction heroes to a real place — New York.
  • Big City: Amazon and the Urban Hypocrite

    (by GINIA BELLAFANTE for The New York Times 2 days, 13 hours ago)
    Long Island City, Queens, before the coming transformation.

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