January 17, 2022

New York City can expect to see more brazen crime this year

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! Editor’s note: The following column was first published in City Journal. Less than a week ago, New Yorkers closed the book on a year that saw 485 murders—a slight rise over 2020, which saw a massive increase over 2019. Along with marking the end of Bill de Blasio’s […]

New York City man breaks neck jumping turnstile, dies: report

A man in Queens, New York, died Sunday after police say he tried to jump a turnstile and somehow hit his head on the floor, according to a report. The New York Post reported that the incident occurred at the Forest Hills-71st Avenue station at about 6:45 a.m. A police official told the paper that […]

New York City Mayor Eric Adams Called 911 to Report a Street Fight Hours After Being Sworn In

New York City Mayor Eric Adams (D) witnessed a fight and called 911 to report the incident during his first commute to City Hall as mayor. Watch Below: “Once a transit cop, always a transit cop” @NYCMayor told reporters at the time https://t.co/5qkTgT9oUA — Julia Marsh (@juliakmarsh) January 1, 2src22 Eric Adams, being followed by…

California City Giving Blacks Housing for ‘Theft’ of Homes to Build Highways

The California city of Santa Monica is offering housing to black families that had homes in the path of the newly constructed Interstate 1src and other urban renewal projects built in the 195srcs. Beginning in January, those former residents and their descendants will get “priority access to apartments with below-market rents in the hopes that…

Police: 3 Killed When SUV, Firetruck Collide in Kansas City

KANSAS CITY, Mo—Three people were killed when a firetruck collided with a sport utility vehicle, then plowed over a sidewalk and into a building in a Kansas City entertainment district. Police said the collision happened Wednesday night in the Westport area as the firetruck was headed to an emergency call with its lights flashing and…

New York City Coronavirus Inspector Denied Entry for Failing to Show Vaccine Card: ‘You’re Not Above the Law’

A restaurant turned down a coronavirus mandate inspector in New York City — which has the vaccine passport program, Key to NYC Pass, in full effect — after she ironically failed to show proof of vaccination. The incident occurred this week at South Shore’s Big Nose Kate’s, where the inspector attempted to enter the facility without…

NYC City Council Bans Gas in New Buildings in the Name of Climate Change

The New York City Council on Wednesday voted to ban natural gas lines in new buildings as a way to combat so-called climate change. Outgoing Democrat Mayor Bill de Blasio is expected to sign a bill into a law that will ban new gas stoves, boilers, and heaters. “We’re making it clear that the next…

New York City Council approves measure to allow nearly 800,000 non-citizens to vote in local elections

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! The New York City Council on Thursday approved a measure to allow the nearly 800,000 legal non-citizens in the metropolis to vote in municipal elections.    The measure, which would affect green card holders and those with work authorizations, doesn’t include state or federal elections and people […]

NYC police union sues city over vaccine mandate

New York City’s largest police union filed a lawsuit against the city Monday in an effort to overturn a COVID-19 vaccine mandate for its members.  The Police Benevolent Association filed the suit in Staten Island Supreme Court and plans to file a request for a temporary injunction preventing the city from imposing the mandate while […]

New York City Reinstitutes Coronavirus Mask Advisory ‘At All Times’ Indoors

New York City has once again issued an advisory urging people to wear a mask indoors on Monday morning amid concerns of the new coronavirus variant, Omicron. “I’m also issuing a commissioners advisory strongly recommending that all New Yorkers wear a mask at all times when indoors and in a public setting. Like at your…

LAPD Advises City Residents to ‘Cooperate and Comply’ with Robbers

The Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) tweeted a release Tuesday advising city residents to “cooperate and comply” when being robbed. The release begins: Due to an increase in violent street robberies, Robbery-Homicide Division has become aware of an ongoing crime trend of follow-home robberies. Suspects have been locating victims in Los Angeles, following them, and…

Mayor Eric Garcetti to Unvaccinated L.A. City Workers: Get Vaccinated or ‘Lose Your Job’

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti on Wednesday threatened to fire any city employee who refuses to take the coronavirus vaccine by December 18, saying they “should be prepared to lose their job.” “The city’s employee vaccine mandate is critical to protecting the health and safety of our workforce and the Angelenos we serve,” Garcetti said…

At Least 8 Deaths as Ida Smashes New York City: State of Emergency Declared

At least eight people have died in New York after the city was smashed by Storm Ida over Wednesday night into Thursday morning, causing mass flooding, flight cancellations and state of emergency declarations. At one stage 3.15 inches of rain fell in the space of an hour across Central Park as the deluge enveloped the city…

Portraits of Kabul: Crowded Hangars, Desperate Masses, Swarmed Barricades, A City in Chaos

Less than a week has passed since the Taliban seized control of Afghanistan following the U.S. withdrawal, and the emerging portrait is anything but peaceful. From hungry families sleeping on concrete to airport hangars filled at max capacity to desperate Afghans swarming the barricades, Kabul has descended into a warzone in the ashes of what…

L.A. City Council Unanimously Votes Vaccination Requirement for Indoor Public Spaces

The Los Angeles City Council unanimously voted on Wednesday to require proof of getting the Chinese coronavirus vaccine in order to be allowed indoors at restaurants, gyms, and other spaces, according to a report. The vote was to direct the city attorney to draft an ordinance requiring patrons who wish to enter any indoor public spaces to…

New York City to Mandate Vaccine Passports to Enter Restaurants, Gyms

NYC Mayor’s Office / YouTube New York City will mandate patrons show proof of vaccination prior to entering indoor establishments, including restaurants and gyms, Mayor Bill de Blasio (D) is expected to announce Tuesday. The announcement comes one day after Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) begged private business owners to discriminate against unvaccinated patrons by denying…

Car Burglaries Rise 753% in San Francisco as City Reopens

The reopening of San Francisco, California, means restaurants and hotels are back in business, but criminals have also stepped up their activities, burglarizing cars at a 753 percent higher rate in June over last month. The fallout of the crime wave is reaching beyond the city as criminals find quieter streets to sort through stolen…

CNN’s Stelter: GOP’s Partisan Outrage over Big City Liberals Is ‘Almost Pornographic’

CNN anchor Brian Stelter said Sunday on his show “Reliable Sources” that the news media is nationalizing outrage to the point that it is “almost paragraphic.” Time magazine columnist David French said, “What’s really important to understand is we live in something called negative partisanship. That means people are Republicans not so much because they…

Another City Is About To Declare Itself A Sanctuary City For The Unborn

A city in Southwest Ohio will most likely declare itself a “sanctuary city for the unborn” and outlaw abortion within municipal limits Tuesday evening, multiple pro-life organizations said. Lebanon’s ordinance is sponsored by six out of seven members of the city’s council, including its mayor, according to the Cincinnati Enquirer, and if passed, the ordinance…

Baltimore City State Attorney’s Office Asks FCC to Censor Local News: ‘Enlist the Full Enforcement Powers’

The Baltimore City State’s Attorney’s Office, headed by the embattled Marilyn Mosby, has filed a formal complaint with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) against a local news station for alleged “blatantly slanted, dishonest, misleading, racist, and extremely dangerous” coverage in a move many believe is an attempt by Mosby to censor reporting on her own…

City & State New York Names Sean Patrick Maloney this Week’s Biggest Loser

A New York political magazine this week named Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney (D-NY), chair of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC), one of its “biggest losers” of the week on Thursday after financial disclosures revealed the congressman had spent thousands in campaign funds on travel expenses while telling his constituents to stay home. City & State,…

New York City Will Fully Reopen July 1, De Blasio Announces

April 29, 2021 9:02 AM ET Democratic New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Thursday morning the city would likely reopen July 1. “Our plan is to fully reopen New York City on July 1,” De Blasio said while on MSNBC’s Morning Joe. “We are ready for stores to open, for businesses to open,…

L.A. City Council Member Mike Bonin Proposes Homeless Shelters on Local Beaches

Los Angeles City Council member Mike Bonin has proposed sheltering the city’s growing homeless populations in facilities at local beaches on the Pacific Ocean, provoking the ire of local residents who rely on the beaches for recreation. Touting what he calls an “everything in” approach to homelessness, Bonin posted his plan last week, which includes a…

New York City School Asks Parents to Rank Their ‘Whiteness’

The principal of a public school in New York City has sent out literature that asked parents to “reflect” on their “whiteness” with a ranked list of “White Identities,” the New York Post confirmed Tuesday. Parents whose children attend the East Side Community School reportedly viewed a ranked list of “The 8 White Identities,” ranging from…

Andrew Yang Gets Endorsement From Martin Luther King Jr’s Son For New York City Mayoral Run

January 18, 2021 9:18 PM ET Former Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang received an endorsement Monday for his New York City mayoral run from the son of Martin Luther King Jr. The endorsement from Martin Luther King III came on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, a federal holiday that celebrates and life and achievements of…

Andrew Yang Announces Candidacy For New York City Mayor

Former Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang announced his candidacy for the mayor of New York City Wednesday. “I moved to New York City 25 years ago,” Yang tweeted. “I came of age, fell in love, and became a father here. Seeing our City in so much pain breaks my heart.” I moved to New York…

Report: Voting Machine Issues Caused Delays in Pennsylvania City

Voting machine issues reportedly caused delays Tuesday in one city in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, as millions head to the polls in the Keystone state to vote in the 2020 presidential election. “We found out that the machines were all down, and then one started working. Now we just got in and everything went smooth. It was…

Andrew Yang Reportedly Weighing Bid For New York City Mayor

Former Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang is weighing a potential bid for New York City mayor by calling elected officials to measure support for his run, Politico reported Tuesday. Yang is also reportedly talking with Tusk Strategies, the firm that worked with former Mayor Mike Bloomberg during his successful 2009 mayoral campaign, according to Politico.…

‘Ultimate Form Of Civilization Jihad’ Planned For This Michigan City

With wounds still fresh from a divisive plan to build a massive mosque in a residential area of Sterling Heights, Michigan, a group of Pakistanis are moving forward with plans for another project, and this one involves the conversion of a church into a house of Islamic worship. The group held an “open house” last […]

Nicaraguan forces lay siege to symbolic city

MANAGUA, Nicaragua — Nicaraguan national police and armed pro-government civilians laid siege to a symbolically important neighborhood that has recently become a center of resistance to President Daniel Ortega’s government. Government forces began advancing on the Monimbo neighborhood in the city of Masaya before dawn Tuesday. Speaking from the capital of Nicaragua, independent and investigative […]

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