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Apr 30 2023
New York City to hand out 500 free Apple AirTags to deter car thefts
The government of New York City plans to distribute free Apple AirTags as an attempt to deter car thefts, Mayor Eric Adams said Sunday. Mayor Adams said that a local nonprofit donated 500 AirTags which will be handed out to car owners in the city. Apple AirTags are GPS tracking devices that can be attached to personal belongings to keep track of them. "The aggravated number of grand larcenyFox News (Online News)
May 29 2023
New York Times laments lack of 'kink' in new 'Little Mermaid'
(FOX NEWS) – The New York Times is taking heat online after it published a review of the new live-action "The Little Mermaid" that complained "kink" was missing from the film. "The new, live-action ‘The Little Mermaid’ is everything nobody should want in a movie: dutiful and defensive, yet desperate for approval," movie critic Wesley Morris wrote in a review for The Times. WND is now on Trump'WND
Mar 07 2023
New York City ranks #75 in TIA’s latest report
A new report on the financial condition of the 75 most populous cities ranks New York City no.75 in the nation for fiscal health. The report is based on the cities’ 2021 annual comprehensive financial reports, which are not analyzed on this scale by any other organization. The analysis by Truth in Accounting (TIA), a nonprofit government finance watchdog group, found New York City would need $Patch.com
Feb 08 2023
New York City Finally Ending Vaccine Mandates
New York City is finally lifting its unscientific, discriminatory vaccine mandate policy. Mayor Eric Adams has long imposed vaccination based requirements for city workers, in direct defiance of available evidence. Based on misinformation from “experts” and other politicians, mandates were supposed to keep others safe. However, these requirements continued despite the fact that the vaccinesOutkick the Coverage
Apr 27 2023
Escaped peacock that reportedly bit man on New York City sidewalk has returned to zoo
A peacock has returned to the Bronx Zoo after an eventful night out in New York City. Raul, the name given to the bird by the neighboring community, flew off zoo property April 26, according to NBC New York. A passerby told the station that the peacock bit him after he tried to catch the escaped bird at around 8 p.m. Wednesday. Raul remained off zoo premises overnight before returning to theNBC Today Show
Apr 05 2023
Former U.S. president Donald Trump appears in court in New York CityColorado Springs Gazette
May 22 2023
New York’s a Lot Like Venice. It’s Sinking.
As a subscriber, you have 10 gift articles to give each month. Anyone can read what you share. The city is subsiding between two millimeters and four millimeters a year under the weight of all its buildings, a scientist has found. Maybe you have had that sinking feeling lately. A recently published scientific paper suggested that all of New York has and will continue to. The paper said thatNew York Times (News)
Apr 14 2023
NYPD: New York City Saw 100 Murders in First 99 Days of 2023
There were 100 people murdered in New York City in the first 99 days of 2023, according to data published by the New York Police Department.
The NYPD’s latest “CompStat” report, which was for the week that ran from April 3 through April 9, indicates that there were 7 murders in New York City that week. It also indicates that there were 30 murders in the last 28 days and 100 from theCNSNews.com
Apr 11 2023
2 siblings dead in "explosion of fire" blamed on an e-bike battery in New York City
A boy and his teenage sister died in a New York City fire sparked by an e-bike battery on Monday, officials said. There have already been 59 fires in New York City this year started by lithium-ion batteries, a Fire Department of New York spokesman said. Last year there were 220 over the course of the entire year. Tuesday's blaze started on the first floor of a building in the Queens borough,CBS News (Online)
Mar 13 2023
No death penalty for convicted New York City bike path killer
A New York jury could not unanimously decide on the death penalty for convicted murderer Sayfullo Saipov, so he will automatically receive a sentence of life in prison without the possibility of parole for the October 2017 bike path murders. Saipov, a 35-year-old Islamic extremist, was found guilty on all 28 counts — eight counts of murder, 18 counts of attempted murder, and other terrorism-Washington Examiner