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By William Brangham
New York City Mayor Eric Adams has announced a new initiative that would allow authorities to more aggressively intervene to help people in need of mental health treatment.
By Bobby Caina Calvan, Associated Press
Stores openly selling marijuana can now be found throughout New York City, operated by people who shrugged at licensing requirements.
By Jennifer Peltz, Bobby Caina Calvan, Associated Press
New York will require employers as of Nov. 1 to disclose “a good faith salary range for every job, promotion, and transfer opportunity advertised,” according to the city’s Commission on Human Rights.
By Cora Lewis, Associated Press
The city of New York is settling lawsuits filed on behalf of two men who were exonerated last year for the 1965 assassination of Malcolm X, agreeing to pay $26 million for the wrongful convictions which led to both men spending decades…
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By Michael R. Sisak, Associated Press
The Trump Organization, the holding company for Trump’s buildings, golf courses and other assets, is accused of helping some top executives avoid income taxes on compensation they got in addition to their salaries, like rent-free apartments and luxury cars.
In our news wrap Friday, Hurricane Ian is now the second-deadliest storm to hit the U.S. mainland this century behind Hurricane Katrina, the Uvalde school district suspended its entire campus police force after intense criticism over their response to the…
By Deepti Hajela, Associated Press
Mayor Eric Adams said Friday that the demand being put on the city to provide housing and other assistance is "not sustainable." He says by the end of its fiscal year, the city expected to spend $1 billion helping the…
In our news wrap Tuesday, New York City is lifting its vaccine mandate for private sector workers as of November 1, federal authorities in Minnesota charged 47 people in a fraud scheme taking advantage of pandemic relief funds and the…
By Jennifer Peltz, Karen Matthews, Julie Walker, Associated Press
Americans remembered 9/11 on Sunday with tear-choked tributes and pleas to “never forget," 21 years after the deadliest terror attack on U.S. soil.
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