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Dozens of informal volunteer groups have been set up to help neighbors in need since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic
Neighbors organized to help those impacted by COVID-19 and the recession.
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President Trump on July 7, 2020.
New York is just one step closer to seeing President Donald Trump’s personal finances.
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Southern District of New York Attorney Geoffrey Berman
The U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York was abruptly terminated and President Trump wants a crony to replace him.
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As the city moves into Phase Two of the process on Monday, residents will get a taste of the new normal.
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The NYPD arresting protestors in Manhattan on June 5th.
The tab will tell you whatever its police sources say, other facts notwithstanding.
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Biking with a mask on, the new normal.
Even after the pandemic is over, your old routine might remain a thing of the past.
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State Senator Zellnor Myrie restrained and pepper-sprayed by NYPD officers at Barclays Center on May 29th.
State Sen. Zellnor Myrie and Assemblywoman Diana Richardson discuss their trauma-inducing experiences at a peaceful protest.
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Governor Cuomo on May 29th.
As protests continue Cuomo and de Blasio try to quell the unrest with curfews.
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A young woman confronts police officers over a barricade at a protest over the death of George Floyd at the entrance to the Brooklyn Bridge. Jennifer M. Mason | Shutterstock
Is the governor leading from behind – or just falling behind – in his response to statewide protests?
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From the World Health Organization to local pols, everyone is looking to pass the buck.
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