Governor Cuomo unveils COVID mountain.
The governor’s coronavirus mountain is just one of his many artistic creations.
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Crowded outdoor seating at La Pecora Biance in New York City on June 24, 2020.
Not until New Yorkers learn how to keep their masks on and stay six feet a part, according to health experts.
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State Senator Zellnor Myrie
The legal defense has been criticized for giving police officers an unfair advantage in civil lawsuits.
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Buffalo, New York
With the Buffalo Common Council putting pressure on the state attorney general, the former police officer may have a chance of collecting her pension.
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Protestors at City Hall on June 24, 2020.
Hundreds of activists are camping out, calling for a $1 billion cut to the police budget.
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Fireworks in Bedstuy, Brooklyn on June 19th.
New Yorkers have made a record number of complaints about the nightly barrage of fireworks.
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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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The Juneteenth flag
Cuomo’s executive order gives state employees the day off in honor of the holiday. What is it all about?
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What is NYC without its cultural institutions?
Cultural attractions will be among the last places to reopen, and they’ll look different when they do.
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Homes accommodating 40,000 disabled children and adults did not receive much-needed personal protective equipment.
A new complaint said disabled children and adults were discriminated against in the scramble for masks and gloves.
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