Students living in shelters or temporary housing face a lack of reliable internet access.
For the more than 111,000 city students who went without stable housing last year, remote and hybrid learning continues to be a fraught experience.
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Republicans continue to rebel against pandemic restrictions.
From Staten Island to Erie County, Republicans rebel against pandemic restrictions.
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Karine Jean-Pierre was appointed as Biden's principal deputy press secretary.
The incoming administration is pulling from the Empire State.
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A protester waves a "Black Lives Matter" flag at Elmira Correctional Facility
Advocates push for more widespread and frequent testing, and for the release of more prisoners.
Policy
policy
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio
New York City backed itself into a shutdown by relying on a 3%
Policy
policy
Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza at De Blasio's media availability on November 18th.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said new safety protocols need to be created to reopen schools again.
Policy
policy
New Yorkers dining out in October this year.
Public health experts weigh in on new state curfew for restaurants, bars and gyms.
Policy
policy
Future-Rep. Mondaire Jones.
A gay, Black, progressive first-time candidate showed that Westchester and Rockland counties are ready for change.
Personality
personality
People gather in Times Square to celebrate the election of Joe Biden.
Democrats celebrate Joe Biden and Kamala Harris’ historic win.
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The NYPD faces off with protesters during the "We Choose Freedom" march on November 5th.
The city has a history of settling lawsuits filed by protesters alleging unjust treatment at the hands of the NYPD, but for some a settlement isn’t enough.
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Annie McDonough
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