New York’s Central Park was the scene of a short period of mass panic among thousands of spectators at a festival when a fence fell over.
The sound of the falling fence made some people think of gunshots, after which they started running towards the nearest exit. The event made clear that people are afraid of a repeat of what happened on 1 October 2017, when a gunman opened fire on a crowd of concertgoers at the Route 91 Harvest music festival on the Las Vegas Strip in Nevada.
De Blasio practically took a page out of Rodney Dangerfield’s playbook when in a November 15, 2014 email titled “Familiarity breeds contempt”, the mayor griped that a column piece he wrote got rejected by The New York Times.
The move is part of a citywide push to increase the number of black and Hispanic students admitted into high achieving schools. Admissions at 10 of the 11 middle schools in District 15 are currently competitive, admitting students with the best grades, test scores, attendance record and other positives.
The resolution, which passed in a voice vote, says, “ICE, under the direction of President [Donald] Trump, has demonstrated an inability to fulfil [sic] its duties without violating due process, human rights, transparency, public accountability, or an adherence to domestic and international law.”
Officer Tauseef Malik, 27, of Brooklyn’s 72nd Precinct was charged with two counts of forcible touching, two counts of sexual abuse and two counts of harassment for the Thursday night incident and suspended, the NYPD said.
A source called Malik a “butt grabber.”
Democratic politicians have continually proven that their priorities are utterly skewed. It only takes a quick browse through recent news reports to see that many on the left appear to value the lives and welfare of illegal aliens over the American people. Recently, one democratic mayor announced a plan which further illustrates his misaligned priorities which appear to favor prisoners over his local community.
New York City has approved plans to recognise a third gender on birth certificates, allowing parents to designate their child as belonging to ‘gender X’.
During a recent event in New York City, Justin Trudeau was asked about criticism he is getting from the Opposition (and millions of Canadians) over the escalating illegal border crossing crisis.
For just a moment, it seemed he would refuse to blame the Conservatives, as he started saying that he doesn’t engage in partisan politics outside the country.
But that only lasted a few seconds.
He then proceeded to blame the crisis on – you guessed it – the previous Conservative government, saying they didn’t “invest” enough.
Brannan is just acting in the mainstream of his state’s Democratic Party, as Gov. Andrew Cuomo has previously announced people with certain conservative social policy views aren’t really welcome in his New York.
A 2nd Alarm fire has broken out on the 50th floor of the Trump Tower on Fifth Avenue, with some reporting that apartments 50C and 50D were ground zero for the flames.
“It’s a sign of the times, unfortunately,” said Marc Pacheco, a tourist from Albuquerque who was visiting Trinity on Wednesday. “I’m sad that we have to have it, but it’s probably necessary.”
The number of tuberculosis cases in New York City suddenly jumped by 10 percent last year — the largest increase since 1992, according to the Health Department.
Whenever you see the words “NYC wants to ban” you know for a fact that the words to follow are going to be insanely stupid. In this case they are “smoking while walking.” A NYC councilman wants to make illegal for people to walk and smoke at the same time. Once this important issue is handled, I’m sure they’ll go after smiling while wearing a hat and putting on pants two legs at a time.
An old woman scowls at passersby as she squats in a nest of plastic bags and bundles arranged on four seats on the Herald Square Q, N, and R subway platform. At one end of the platform, a man cups a cigarette in his palm, indifferent to the confused frowns of those around him. Across the tracks, on the northbound side, a man with matted hair declaims against an invisible adversary, while an almost visible stink clears a path as he paces up and down. The station reeks like soiled laundry and sweat because at least a half-dozen people are camped out here, wearing sweaty, soiled clothes steamed by the heat and moisture of thousands of subway riders maneuvering through the station at every hour.