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A recent assassination attempt on Trump highlights the chaotic state of U.S. politics. Amidst national turmoil, focus on local community and personal connections remains vital. more
The 2024 presidential election looms large with potential candidates Joe Biden and Donald Trump, raising critical questions about leadership, age, and democracy's future. more
The US Supreme Court upheld a law preventing domestic abusers from owning guns, while reversing a ban on bump stocks. The decision reflects the court's divided stance on gun control. more
Mayor Eric Adams' "City of Yes" initiative aims to end mandatory parking requirements for new housing developments in NYC, sparking debate on its feasibility and impact. more
The 80th anniversary of D-Day honored the sacrifices of Allied troops in WWII, with ceremonies in Normandy attended by dignitaries and veterans, reflecting on the battle's enduring significance. more
The Democratic Party in Riverdale is facing internal battles, with the Benjamin Franklin Reform Democratic Club and the Unity Democratic Club competing in the June 25 primary. Former Rep. Jamaal Bowman faces a strong challenge from George Latimer. more
Gov. Hochul sparks controversy with remarks on Bronx youth's computer knowledge. Assemblywoman criticizes as harmful. Bronx's diverse strengths overlooked. more
The Colonial Dames' Van Cortlandt House Museum faces scrutiny over outdated membership criteria, prompting a meeting with Community Board 8 to address inclusivity. more
New York's state budget includes a groundbreaking tax credit for local news, supporting community journalism vital to democracy. more
Discover the challenges pedestrians face navigating NYC streets, from dangerous intersections to missing sidewalks. Advocating for safer paths and prioritizing pedestrian safety. more
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