New York Headlines

  • Hundreds Gather at a Memorial for George Floyd in Minneapolis

    (by Dionne Searcey for The New York Times 16 minutes ago)
    The Rev. Al Sharpton was to deliver the eulogy in a memorial that was to be followed in coming days by events in Mr. Floyd’s memory in North Carolina and Texas.
  • De Blasio Denounced After Police Forcefully Clash With Protesters

    (by Dana Rubinstein and Jeffery C. Mays for The New York Times 16 minutes ago)
    The New York Police Department aggressively enforced an 8 p.m. curfew, despite assurances of restraint from the mayor.
  • Live Coronavirus News Updates

    (by for The New York Times 17 minutes ago)
    The geography of the illness is changing, and new infections top 100,000 a day. Israel’s Parliament shut down after a lawmaker contracted the virus. 1.9 million U.S. workers filed for unemployment benefits last week.
  • De Blasio Defends Police Tactics in Dispersing Protesters: Live Updates

    (by for The New York Times 18 minutes ago)
    As 8 p.m. passed, peaceful demonstrations were continuing. The authorities soon moved to disperse them and to make arrests.
  • Live Floyd Funeral Stream and Updates

    (by for The New York Times 23 minutes ago)
    Largely peaceful protests stretched into their 10th day, as George Floyd’s family prepared for a memorial in Minneapolis on Thursday.
  • MTA demands NYC add 60 miles of new bus lanes for coronavirus reopening

    (by David Meyer for The New York Post 24 minutes ago)
    The MTA is demanding the de Blasio administration almost double the length of the city’s bus lanes by adding another 60 miles as part of its coronavirus reopening strategy. “A robust bus system will be crucial as workers look to return to their offices. It will also help alleviate crowding on the streets and underground,”...
  • Inwood residents make peace after alleged ‘racial profiling’ video

    (by Lia Eustachewich for The New York Post 27 minutes ago)
    Residents in Inwood made peace with each other following a viral video showing a group of Dominicans chasing away black men they apparently suspected were in the neighborhood to loot. “We squashed the beef,” a man says in a video posted Wednesday, as he’s surrounded by a group of young black men. “It was a...
  • Guardian Angels founder Curtis Sliwa fractures jaw fighting off Soho looters

    (by Lia Eustachewich for The New York Post an hour ago)
    Curtis Sliwa suffered a fractured jaw as he and his Guardian Angels confronted hammer-wielding looters in Manhattan earlier this week. The 66-year-old founder of the civilian crime-fighting crew and his fellow red berets rushed to Footlocker in Soho Tuesday night after getting word that looters were running amok. The Angels got the young men to...
  • Today’s Activism: Spontaneous, Leaderless, but Not Without Aim

    (by John Eligon and Kimiko de Freytas-Tamura for The New York Times 2 hours ago)
    Welcome to 21st-century activism, where social media is the strongest organizer. At the core is an egalitarian spirit, a belief that everyone’s voice matters.
  • How the Protests Have Changed the Pandemic

    (by Dhruv Khullar for The New Yorker 7 hours ago)
    Dhruv Khullar on how mass demonstrations in all fifty states following the killing of George Floyd have upended reopening timetables and altered the meaning of the fight against the coronavirus.
  • A Peaceful Protest, Cut Short by Police, in Houston with George Floyd’s Family

    (by Bryan Washington for The New Yorker 17 hours ago)
    Bryan Washington on a march in Houston on Tuesday, coördinated by George Floyd’s nephew Brandon Williams, to protest police brutality against African-Americans, in conjunction with Black Lives Matter protests occurring around the U.S.
  • Donald Trump’s Photo-Op War

    (by Susan B. Glasser for The New Yorker 17 hours ago)
    Susan Glasser writes about Donald Trump’s responses to protests of police brutality and racial injustice, spurred by the murder of George Floyd, in Washington, D.C.

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