June 26, 2022

New York GOP Gubernatorial candidates on their qualifications

WATCH: Voters sound off on crime, one-party system in New York | ‘National Report’

New York Post Endorses Rep. Lee Zeldin for Governor

The New York Post’s editorial board has endorsed Rep. Lee Zeldin (R-NY) for New York governor less than two weeks from the state’s gubernatorial primary. Zeldin is the “best choice” to win and govern in the face of a Democrat-controlled legislature, the Post said. The Post wrote: The state has, for the first time in a…

WATCH – 25-Year-Old Attacked in Vicious New York City Robbery: Police

New York City police are searching for two suspects they say punched, stabbed, and slashed a 25-year-old man during a vicious robbery in the Bronx earlier this month. The New York City Police Department (NYPD) Crime Stoppers said the caught-on-camera robbery, seen below, occurred in the 8srcsrc block of East 167th Street in the Bronx…

New York subway attack suspect arrested: New details | LiveNOW from FOX

Andrew Giuliani: I will sign Florida-style Parental Rights law in New York | Wake Up America

Crime Jumps 36.5 Percent in New York City as Bail Laws Shape Gubernatorial Race

Overall index crime in New York City jumped a staggering 36.5 percent last month compared to March of 2021 as the state’s soft on crime bail laws begin to shape the 2022 gubernatorial race. There were 1267 robberies city-wide in March, which is a 48.4 percent leap from the 854 robberies in March of 2021,…

New York Times: Biden wanted Trump prosecuted | American Agenda

NYPD: Assailants Batter Woman on New York City Train in Unprovoked Attack

Two suspects remain on the loose after police say they repeatedly punched a 28-year-old woman aboard a New York City subway train earlier this month.  The New York City Police Department’s (NYPD) Crimes Stoppers released surveillance footage of the suspects believed to be responsible for the March 2 attack. Watch Below:  WANTED for ASSAULT: On…

Lawsuit Alleges Homeless Man Raped Woman in New York City Church

A New York City woman and her husband have filed a lawsuit claiming that in 2src19, a homeless man beat and raped her in a Manhattan church until a priest intervened. The plaintiffs, identified in the filing as “Jane Doe” and “John Doe,” filed the lawsuit in New York Supreme Court against the Archdiocese of…

New York Senate Democrats Apologize for Comparing Climate Change to 9/11

Two New York State Senate Democrats have apologized for comparing climate change to the terrorist attacks of September 11. Sen. Rachel May of Syracuse and Sen. Robert Jackson of New York City sparked a whirlwind of criticism on Tuesday when they posed with a banner that featured a plane on a collision course with the…

FACT CHECK: Did The New York Times Publish This Headline About Narendra Modi?

An image shared on Facebook allegedly shows a front page of The New York Times declaring Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi as the “world’s most loved and most powerful leader.” Verdict: False The headline is digitally altered. The New York Times refuted the claim in September 2021. Fact Check: Modi has served as India’s prime…

Judge rules Trump must testify in New York AG James probe | Lee Zeldin | ‘Greg Kelly Reports’

WATCH: New York Democrat Max Rose Says United States Is the ‘Saudi Arabia of White Supremacist Ideology’

Former New York Democrat Rep. Max Rose, who was unseated by Rep. Nicole Malliotakis (R-NY) in 2020 and is running in an attempt to reclaim his old seat, claimed the United States is the “Saudi Arabia of white supremacist ideology” during a recent online forum. “At this point, the United States of America is the Saudi Arabia…

Peter Schweizer’s ‘Red-Handed’ Hits #1 on New York Times Bestseller List for 3rd Week in a Row

Photo: Nicole Myhre Peter Schweizer’s blockbuster new book Red-Handed: How American Elites Get Rich Helping China Win has landed at number one on the New York Times bestseller list for the third week in a row since its release by HarperCollins. Schweizer, whose past books have sparked an FBI investigation and exposed congressional insider trading that spearheaded groundbreaking legislation,…

New York Lawsuit Challenges Voting by Non-Citizens

NEW YORK—Four black registered voters have asked the New York Supreme Court to declare “void” a New York City law that gives the right to vote in municipal elections to an estimated 800,000 foreign residents. Passed by the city council in December 2021, the amendment to the city charter allows permanent residents and persons authorized…

New York Times Hits 10 Million Subscriptions Goal Early With Athletic Deal

The New York Times Co. has met its target of 10 million subscriptions three years ahead of schedule thanks to its purchase of The Athletic, a win for the newspaper that has staked its future on the success of its digital business. The Times gained more than a million subscriptions in its $550 million deal…

New York Post: Time to Appoint a Special Counsel on Hunter Biden

The time has come to fully and publicly investigate Hunter Biden’s financial activities, the editorial board of the New York Post posited Tuesday, adding the U.S. attorney in Delaware began the process back in 2018 before quietly letting the issue fade from view. The Post acknowledged the challenges confronting any Justice Department seeking to investigate the…

Idaho Governor Sends in National Guard Over Staffing Shortages

Idaho Gov. Brad Little on Monday activated his state’s National Guard due to staffing shortages at several state agencies. The 75 or so Guard members will be used to assist Primary Health and the Idaho Department of Correction, which are both experiencing staffing shortages due to COVID-19 absences, his office said in a statement. Little said…

Joe Rogan Vows More Balance on Podcast; Sony To Buy Bungie for $3.6 Billion | NTD Business

Joe Rogan is vowing to do better on his Spotify podcast and offer more viewpoints on COVID-19 vaccines. Spotify also announced a new measure. Sony is planning to buy Bungie, the video game developer that made “Halo”. What does this big-ticket investment mean for Sony? Blue chip investors keep piling into the crypto sector. Crypto exchange…

China Outlines Plan to Become a ‘Space Power’ in New White Paper

The Chinese regime is on a mission to become a global leader in space exploration, technology, and law-making, according to an official white paper released on Jan. 28. “To explore the vast cosmos, develop the space industry, and build China into a space power is our eternal dream,” Chinese leader Xi Jinping is quoted by the…

US Prosecutor Issued Grand Jury Subpoena for Hunter Biden Bank Records Connected to China

A U.S. attorney issued a grand jury subpoena for the bank records of President Joe Biden’s son and brother in 2019, according to documents released to the public for the first time in January. David Weiss, the U.S. attorney for the District of Delaware, passed the subpoena onto JP Morgan Chase Bank for the bank…

New York Democrats Unveil New Congressional Map That Is ‘Brutal’ For Republicans

Democrats in New York proposed a new congressional map Sunday that could eliminate half of the state’s Republicans in the House of Representatives.The new lines give Democrats an advantage in 22 of the state’s 26 congressional districts ahead of November’s midterm elections. Despite their advantage, however, the map may be less aggressive than what some…

New York Governor Extends Mask Mandate

New York Gov. Kathy Hochul on Friday announced an extension to the state’s indoor mask mandate through Feb. 10. This is the second time the mask mandate has been extended since Hochul came into office in August 2021. “We’ll be extending that just through Feb. 10,” Hochul said…

FACT CHECK: Did The New York Post Share A Satellite Image Of Russian Troops In A ‘Let’s Go Brandon’ Formation?

An image shared on Facebook purportedly shows a tweet from the New York Post that includes a satellite image of Russian troops in a “Let’s Go Brandon” formation.Verdict: False The image has been photoshopped to include the “Let’s Go Brandon” message. The original tweet from the New York Post features a different image. Fact Check:…

Sarah Palin defamation trial against New York Times delayed until February after she tests positive for COVID

Sarah Palin’s defamation trial against the New York Times has been delayed after the former Alaska governor tested positive for coronavirus. Manhattan federal court Judge Jed Rakoff announced Palin’s diagnosis in court on Monday, according to reports, noting that Palin was unvaccinated. She received a separate positive test Monday morning, leading the judge to push […]

2 New York City cops shot, 1 killed, in deadly exchange with suspect, police say

Two New York City police officers were shot in a Harlem gunfight Friday night — one fatally and one critically wounded — days after a 16-year-old boy allegedly wounded another officer in the Bronx, according to police sources. An NYPD spokesperson confirmed that two officers had been shot near 119 West 135th Street in the […]

New York Fed Survey Shows Manufacturing Growth Abruptly Stalled

The growth of the manufacturing sector in New York state abruptly and unexpectedly stalled in the first weeks of 2src21, a survey from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York showed Tuesday. After eighteen months of positive readings indicating growth, the general business conditions of the New York Fed’s Empire State Manufacturing Survey fell a…

New York Times Complains CDC Victimized by ‘Imperfect Science’

Al Drago – Pool/Getty Images The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has been victimized by “imperfect science,” the New York Times complained Monday. While the establishment media throughout the pandemic have urged Americans to “trust the science” because it is the “only method we have of understanding the world,” the Times acknowledged that science is imperfect. The revelation…

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 […]

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