TV and Radio Talk Show Host Larry King Dies at 87

"While it was his name appearing in the shows’ titles, Larry always viewed his interview subjects as the true stars of his programs."

NY Republicans & Gov. Cuomo Urged Trump Not to Pardon Shelly Silver

Cuomo could just keep his mouth shut and let the chips fall where they may on the Trump pardon of Shelly Silver. How I wish he had.

11 Cops Hurt, Dozens Arrested in ‘Black Liberation March’ from Brooklyn to NYC City...

“This is . . . caused by people that want to destroy our way of life and our city and we’re not going to let it happen."

9 Arrested in BLM Protest in Downtown Brooklyn

A demonstrator said Black Lives Matter protesters are treated unfairly by the NYPD when they’re “just trying to send a message for equal rights.”

New York Jewish Film Festival 2021 Streaming in the Age of Corona

The festival’s 2021 virtual lineup showcases seventeen features and seven shorts.

East Broadway Station at the Heart of the Lower East Side Celebrates 85th Birthday

When the first subway train arrived at the Lower East Side station, it was welcomed with “gleeful shouts, applause, confetti and shouts of hurrah,” according to the Forward report.

Cuomo’s State Of The State Message: Equity, Equality And Justice For All

We are hurt, we are frustrated, we are in mourning, we are anxious. We are shocked that an invisible enemy could wreak such death and destruction, especially in this, the wealthiest and the most powerful nation on earth.

NYPD to Try Anti-Harassment Inspector Who Posted Racist, Anti-Semitic Messages

The NYPD investigators concluded that Kobel lied in his interview last week when he denied being Clouseau.

Cuomo Does About-Face on Lockdowns, Appoints Blue-Ribbon Commission to Resuscitate NY Economy

He observed that "too many essential products are made in China, [which] we must [produce] in the United States and even here in New York."

Cancel Culture Continues: Giuliani May Be Disbarred in New York

“As the nation’s largest voluntary state bar association, NYSBA has a responsibility to defend and protect the rule of law."

NYC Mayoral Candidate Andrew Yang Against Circumcision, Supports 2-State Solution

“From what I’ve seen, the evidence on it being a positive health choice for the infant is quite shaky.”

Politico Reports: Biden Taps Orthodox Jewish Woman for White House Cybersecurity Post

A Congressional staffer said Neuberger's experience is needed "now more than ever at the highest levels of government."

Study: Repeated Ketamine Infusions Reduce Severity of PTSD Symptoms

“We want people suffering with PTSD to know that hope is on the horizon.

NY Gov Cuomo Supports Bill Authorizing Detention of Suspected COVID-19 Carriers

Cuomo did not directly explain the reasoning behind detention of COVID-19 carriers. He redirected the question to the issue of fraud.

NY AG Recuses Self from Gary Schlesinger’s Vaccine Investigation

The investigation into the ParCare Community Health Network's alleged fraud will continue, but the AG herself will have “zero involvement” in it.

Somebody Tell the NY Times: Rabin Square Mass Vaccination Center to Start Action Monday...

On Friday, the NY Times praised Israel's unparalleled record in vaccinating its people.

De Blasio’s New Year’s Resolution: One Million NYC COVID-19 Vaccinations by End of January...

"We will need help from the federal government, we will need help from the state government, we will need help from the vaccine manufacturers."

A New (Secular) Year, A New Legislative Session, New Problems

When it comes to a safety first mantra, Barclay, 51, speaks from first-hand experience.

Update: ‘Unfounded’ Bomb Threat at NYC’s Empire State Building

The NYPD bomb squad went to the scene and determined the threat was unfounded.

Boro Park, Williamsburg Clinics in Criminal Probe for Unauthorized COVID-19 Vaccinations

"We take this very seriously and DOH will be assisting State Police in a criminal investigation into this matter."

Albany Beat: Reflections From 2020 And Predictions For 2021

Looking ahead to 2021, I predict state lawmakers will remain in their districts and conduct business virtually, relying on staff and conference leaders to do their bidding for them with the governor.

Cuomo Orders State Officials to Assist Jewish Day School After Anti-Semitic Hacking

The Division of Human Rights is expected to hold a virtual forum for families discuss the incident and learn about resources to combat hate.

Elective Surgeries Suspended in NYC Hospitals Starting Tuesday

"We are doing the necessary surgeries and the emergency surgeries . . . but we cancelled elective procedures.”

Great Neck Yeshiva’s Website Taken Over by Nazis

Curiously, one of the added pages read: "May Allah save your soul."

Menorah Table Transforms Tragedy To Miracle In Monsey

An old, heavy coffee-table transformed into a beautiful dreidel-shaped menorah stand now sits not far from the bimah at the shul where, one year ago, a terrorist stormed into the house of the community’s Rabbi hoping to kill as many Jews as he could.

New Jersey to Administer First Coronavirus Vaccine on Tuesday

“I think by April, May, everyone will have access to one of these vaccines.”

Cuomo Closes Indoor Dining on Monday in New York City

"We said that we would watch it. If the hospitalizations didn't stabilize, we would close indoor dining. It has not."

New York Covid-19 Deaths Seem Unrelated To Mass Adherence To Health Guidelines

Williamsburg actually seems to have the lowest death rate of any frum neighborhood.

Weprin Makes It Official – He’s Running For NYC Comptroller

To help get the city’s fiscal house in order, Weprin wants to reinstate the commuter tax, which he wants to rename a non-resident income tax, and set at a rate higher than one half of one percent.

Orthodox-Jewish Professor Accuses CUNY Faculty of Exclusion by Meeting Friday Night

One witness told investigators that the leftist professors discriminated against Lax "because he would 'bash' the PFC every time he showed up to an event."


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