Politics

Closing non-essential businesses in areas of NYC that are starting to see COVID clusters might be a solution to staving off a full outbreak.
Can closing nonessential businesses in certain NYC neighborhoods contain coronavirus clusters?
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Governor Cuomo on September 24th.
People of color lack representation on a state panel handling the distribution of a future vaccine.
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A student and teacher at Mosaic Pre-K Center in Queens on September 21.
New York is slowly recovering. Here’s a look at key figures in the state.
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Donald Trump on September 24th.
Who are the federal officials making sure the coronavirus vaccine is safe and fairly distributed?
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Republican donor and and World Jewish Congress President Ronald Lauder at Mar-a-Lago.
The longtime GOP donor may want to protect Israel allies in the House through redistricting.
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Protestors gather at Barclay's Center on September 23rd after no police officers were charged with the murder of Breonna Taylor.
Rounding up the week’s political news.
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The Queens council member is eyeing a job in the Cuomo administration.
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Rep. Nydia Velazquez
Some Democrats push for statehood, others are only concerned with the self-determination process.
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City Council Speaker Corey Johnson at Encore Senior Center in August.
Cory Johnson dropping out of the 2021 mayoral race makes him just the latest speaker to fail to move up in electoral politics.
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New Yorkers social distanced at Domino Park in Brooklyn this summer.
As new clusters of COVID-19 cases begin to emerge across New York City, should citizens be concerned about another outbreak?
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