January 17, 2022

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 […]

The New York Times Commands: This Man Is a Woman

The New York Times is directing its elite readers to believe that a man named Amy Schneider is the “first woman” to have won $1 million on the Jeopardy! quiz show — even though the man has publicly admitted he is a male “transgender woman.” “It is shocking how completely The New York Times has embraced…

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 Makes Major Adjustment to COVID-19 Hospitalization Reporting: Governor

New York Gov. Kathy Hochul said the state is making an adjustment regarding how hospitals will report patient intake by separating hospitalizations with COVID-19 or because of COVID-19 amid an increase of cases driven, in part, by the Omicron variant. “So we’re looking at a critical moment…

New York Gov. Kathy Hochul Extends State’s Mask Requirement, Scolds the Unvaccinated

New York Gov. Kathy Hochul (D) over the weekend opted to extend the state’s mask requirement, which she believes will prevent another shutdown. New York’s mask mandate, which requires businesses to either check the vaccine status of patrons or require masks across the board, has been extended to last until February 1, 2src22, the governor…

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…

New York police arrest 5 amid COVID-19 vaccine mandate protest at Burger King

A Burger King in Brooklyn was the site of an anti-vaccine protest Monday night that sparked a large police response and resulted in five arrests, a report said. The New York Post reported that a video of the protest circulated online and showed maskless participants shouting at employees who did not serve them. The paper […]

Sandra Lee returns to a post-Andrew Cuomo New York for swanky gala

Sandra Lee has made her return to New York following the ousting of former governor Andrew Cuomo. She was previously in California. Cuomo stepped down from his position earlier this year following numerous allegations of sexual misconduct and a probe that found he had in fact sexually harassed several women. The disgraced politician, 63, 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…

COVID Crushes De Blasio’s New York: Rockettes Cancel All 2021 Shows, Broadway Cancels Performances

Dec. 17 (UPI) — The Radio City Rockettes have canceled its Christmas Spectacular shows at New York’s Radio City Music Hall due to breakthrough COVID-19 cases among the dance group. “We apologize for the inconvenience and will make announcements about future shows as soon as possible,” the official Twitter account for the Rockettes said. “Tickets…

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 […]

New York man stabbed to death on subway train in 'unprovoked' attack: police

The NYPD is searching for a suspect who allegedly stabbed a 32-year-old man to death on a subway train in the early hours of Sunday morning.  The northbound 2 train was pulling into the 34th Street-Penn Station stop shortly after midnight when the 32-year-old was stabbed in the neck in an “unprovoked” attack, according to […]

New York Times draws attention to Biden's 'low-key media strategy,' fueling 'concern' among allies

The New York Times published a report about the growing concerns over President Biden’s “low-key media strategy” among his allies.  “As president, Donald J. Trump was a media maximalist whose unavoidable-for-comment style helped generate saturation news coverage, for better or worse. President Biden has taken a stingier approach to his dealings with the press — […]

New York town grappling with gun violence offers remote schooling option for students

The Newburgh Enlarged City School District of New York offered a day of remote learning Tuesday amid an uptick in gun violence in town. The school offered the virtual learning option after a shooting last week near the Newburgh Free Academy injured four teenagers between 16 and 18 years old, according to local law enforcement. […]

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…

NYPD Officers Flee New York for Better Opportunities in Florida Police Department

Police officers are leaving the New York City Police Department and joining the police department in Lakeland, Florida, as officers say they are better received in the Florida community. The New York Post reported that 14 officers have fled the NYPD for the Lakeland Police Department in the past year. Lakeland embarked on a campaign…

‘It’s No Surprise’: Psaki Responds To Reports Of Biden Admin Flying Migrants To New York, Florida

White House press secretary Jen Psaki argued it should be “no surprise” to Americans that President Joe Biden’s administration is conducting overnight flights to bring migrants to Florida and New York from the border Tuesday.Reports of the early morning flights first emerged Tuesday, leading reporters to press Psaki on the purpose of the flights and…

New York Governor Hochul Says Unvaccinated ‘Aren’t Listening To God’

Americans who have not yet been vaccinated “aren’t listening to God,” Democratic New York Gov. Kathy Hochul said during a service at the Brooklyn Christian Cultural Center.“We are not through this pandemic,” the governor told those gathered Sunday. “I wished we were but I prayed a lot to God during this time and you know…

NTD News Today Full Broadcast (Sept. 9)

Republican lawmakers raised concerns about the vetting process of Afghan evacuees. They say the system already failed to screen one Afghan man who’d been convicted of a crime and previously deported. President Biden touted his massive spending plan as he recognized labor unions after the holiday. That’s while he plans to take a tougher stance…

New York Times Has Not Updated Biden’s Dismal Poll Numbers in Months

The New York Times has not updated its official presidential approval rating page since May, Fox News reported Wednesday. The Media Research Center first drew attention to the publication’s shortcoming last week, noting that the “live” page titled “President Biden’s Approval Rating and the Latest Poll Numbers: Updates” has not been refreshed since May 10, 2021. The stale story still…

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…

Tropical Storm Henri Careens Toward New York with Hurricane-Strength Winds

The Tropical Storm dubbed Henri is moving toward New York with hurricane-strength winds and possible storm surges. The weather has closed local beaches and caused officials to issue severe weather warnings for Eastern Long Island, the New York Post reported Friday: Henri is expected to hit the Hamptons as a category one hurricane around 7…

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…

White House Denies Knowledge Of New York Times Gag Order

The White House is denying knowledge of a Department of Justice (DOJ) gag order targeting the New York Times. “As appropriate given the independence of the Justice Department in specific criminal cases, no one at the White House was aware of the gag order until Friday night,” White House press secretary Jen Psaki said in…

FACT CHECK: Did The New York Post Call Anthony Fauci ‘The Man Who Gave Us AIDS’?

An image shared on Facebook purportedly shows the cover of the New York Post from 1987 featuring an image of White House coronavirus adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci. Facebook/Screenshot Verdict: False The image has been altered to include Fauci. The actual front page included a photo of a couple who were the subject of another story…

Chuck Schumer Slammed for Silence on Antisemitic Attacks in New York

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) is being criticized for his silence about antisemitic violence on the streets of New York that took place this week as pro-Palestinian demonstrators attacked pro-Israel counter-protesters and Jews nearby. As Breitbart News reported Thursday, pro-Palestinian demonstrators scuffled with pro-Israel demonstrators in Times Square, and drove down heavily-Jewish 47th Street…

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,…

New York Rep. Lee Zeldin Launches Gubernatorial Campaign Against Scandal-Plagued Cuomo

New York Republican Rep. Lee Zeldin launched a gubernatorial bid Thursday morning, pledging to “bring New York back from the brink and return it to glory.” Zeldin, whose district includes the eastern half of Long Island and the Hamptons, had reportedly been considering entering the race for some time. He is a close ally to…

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