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FBI raids Washington, New York homes linked to Russia’s Deripaska

By Sarah N. Lynch and Mark Hosenball WASHINGTON, Oct 19 (Reuters) – FBI agents on Tuesday raided Washington and New York City homes linked to Oleg Deripaska, a Russian billionaire under U.S. sanctions who once employed Paul Manafort, a chairman of Donald Trump’s 2016 U.S. presidential campaign. Two sources familiar with the investigation said the U.S. Attorney’s office […]

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New York Hospitals Preparing for Health Care ‘Problem’ as COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate Takes Effect

By Jack Phillips Some hospitals in New York state are bracing for disruptions due to staff shortages triggered by a COVID-19 vaccine mandate that took effect on Sept. 27 for health care workers. “We’re anticipating a problem,” said Michael Balboni, executive director of the Greater New York Health Care Facilities Association, according to The Wall Street Journal. “There are […]

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Project Veritas Prepares to Depose New York Times After NY Supreme Court Ruling

By Zachary Stieber Journalism watchdog Project Veritas can depose New York Times employees in what could become a landmark case for defamation, a New York Supreme Court judge ruled this week. New York Supreme Court Justice Charles Wood on March 20 ruled against the paper’s request to dismiss a lawsuit from Project Veritas over stories that the watchdog says defamed it. […]

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New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo Announces Resignation Over Harassment Allegations

By Jack Phillips New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, a Democrat, announced Tuesday he will resign effective in 14 days after allegations of sexual harassment that were detailed in a state attorney general’s report last week. Cuomo’s resignation came as the New York Assembly started deliberations Monday on an impeachment inquiry into his conduct and as top […]

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New York Legislature Begins to Repeal Gov. Cuomo’s Pandemic Orders

By Ivan Pentchoukov New York’s Democrat-led legislature repealed several of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s pandemic directives on April 28. The state’s Assembly and Senate voted to repeal parts of a series of executive orders Cuomo issued over the course of the pandemic of the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus, commonly known as the novel coronavirus. The repealed provisions include the […]

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New York Stock Exchange Reverses Course Again, Will Delist 3 Chinese Telecom Firms After All

By Reuters The New York Stock Exchange said on Jan. 6 that it will delist three Chinese telecom companies beginning on Jan. 11, in another U-turn a day after U.S. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin told the NYSE chief he disagreed with its earlier decision to reverse the delistings. The latest move marks the third about-turn, amid confusion […]

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New York Democratic Party Chief Warns Ocasio-Cortez Not to Challenge Schumer

By Jack Phillips The head of New York state’s Democratic Party said Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) should not challenge Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.). “I think it would be a primary driven by ambition more than by need,” the party’s head, Jay Jacobs, told the New York Post on Dec. 26. There have been unconfirmed reports for months suggesting Ocasio-Cortez—a self-described democratic […]

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Report: More than 300,000 People Have Fled New York City Due to Coronavirus, Crime

By Katherine Rodriguez More than 300,000 people have fled New York City over the past eight months because of rising crime rates and the coronavirus pandemic, according to a report from the New York Post. Residents filed 295,103 change of address requests between March 1 and October 31, the report revealed, citing data collected from the U.S. Postal Service under […]

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Twitter lifts New York Post’s suspension over Hunter Biden report

By Joseph A. Wulfsohn | Fox News ‘We’re baaaaaaack’ the paper celebrated on its newly-unlocked account. Twitter lifted its suspension of the New York Post’s main account Friday, ending a weeks-long standoff after the social media giant punished the newspaper for tweeting its explosive report about Hunter Biden. Big Tech faced significant backlash after Twitter and Facebook attempted to suppress the Post report, […]