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Of course, things don't work the way they once did. For better and worse, mostly better, voters decide, not insiders. [Read More]
Neponsit: Interesting piece by John Teufel ("Gov, please cancel our rents," op-ed, March 25). As a landlord, I find this article disturbing. Tenants' obligation to... [Read More]
Italy has seen the most deaths, with more than 10,000 people succumbing to COVID-19. [Read More]
The worker shortage has strained the MTA's ability to run full subway and bus services, which are still used by front-line health care workers and... [Read More]
"She was eating bok choy the whole time and a little bit of celery, and we used that to keep her in place," she said.... [Read More]
Voting rights advocates are likely to use the delay and the coronavirus crisis to press New York to loosen its restrictive absentee ballot rules and... [Read More]
Heard's lawyer, Roberta Kaplan, said the ruling "leaves it to a jury to decide the meaning" of the column "and the truth of what she... [Read More]
"I beat the coronavirus," Wood told "Good Morning America." [Read More]
Law enforcement officers came out in the hundreds to search a relatively isolated wooded area from Wednesday through Friday, when they allowed volunteers to join... [Read More]
The religious leader gave the benediction at President Obama's inauguration in 2009. Obama gave Lower the Presidential Medal of Freedom six months later for his... [Read More]
Economic factors also support broad-based clemency. It costs the state about $70,000 annually per prisoner. If only 5% of the 46,000 in state prison were... [Read More]
Already, 15% of the city's small pantries have closed. Springtime galas that underwrite nonprofit operations for the whole year with big individual checks are... [Read More]
Brooklyn: Now's the time to splash yourself with that perfume everyone hates, to help people keep their distance. Marie Walsh... [Read More]
The CMSS finished its request by thanking the president for engaging the medical community in discussion about the pandemic and invited him to continue to... [Read More]
Hanks and Wilson, both 63, were working on a film in Australia when they tested positive for COVID-19 earlier this month. [Read More]
All we can do is wait this out, and enjoy the rare extra time that we are able to spend with friends (at least by... [Read More]
A New York Daily News editor describes her paramedic husband's battle with coronavirus. [Read More]
While passing paid leave was a great start, we need to do more. Let's use the savings from reduced jail populations to support New Yorkers... [Read More]
One of Ocasio-Cortez's political rivals wasted little time in blasting her for complaining about the bill. [Read More]
"Doctor, thank you so much." And he hangs up. [Read More]
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