New York City

A test-and-trace program could get NYC back in motion, but there are many hurdles before it is possible.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced the new initiative, but there are hurdles to overcome.
But this first digital meeting was just a test for what’s to come.
Mayor de Blasio on Monday April 20th at Richmond University Medical Center.
It’s one thing the NYC mayor can do without Albany’s approval.
Mayor de Blasio on April 15th.
Coronavirus forces first year-to-year spending reduction under de Blasio.
Mayor Bill de Blasio visits NYC Health + Hospitals/Bellevue to thank the medical staff.
Without an infusion of cash and medical supplies, the city doesn’t stand a chance at returning to normal.
Mayor de Blasio during a press availability on April 5th.
Citywide leaders say little about cuts to hospitals, flat school aid and increased costs.
Mayor de Blasio at the Brooklyn Navy Yard where local firms have begun manufacturing Personal Protective Equipment.
The mayor really doesn’t believe in leading by example.
Mayor Bill de Blasio assists in picking up the United Nation's donation of 250,000 face masks.
The city wants to gather data from residents with COVID-19 symptoms to allow for more targeted response efforts.
Medical worker looks out onto a line of patients waiting for COVID-19 testing outside Elmhurst Hospital Center.
Without protective gear, ventilators and available beds, the city’s hospitals are overrun with coronavirus patients and nearing their breaking points.
Cuomo announcing delivery of supplies at the Javits Center on Monday.
A combination drug therapy and plasma serum will be tested on the state’s sickest patients.