Monday, September 28, 2020
Monday, September 28, 2020

New York

Study Reveals New York COVID Deaths ‘Much Worse’ Than official Tally

New York City’s death toll from the coronavirus may be thousands of fatalities worse than the official tally kept by the city and state.

George Washington Bridge shut down due to suspicious package

The George Washington Bridge was shut down in both directions Thursday due to a suspicious device.

The Latest: Weinstein arrives to surrender in assault probe

The Latest on the sexual misconduct probe of film producer Harvey Weinstein.

Officials: Weinstein to surrender in sexual misconduct probe

Harvey Weinstein was expected to turn himself in to police Friday morning to face charges involving an aspiring actress.

Buses collide inside Lincoln Tunnel; 32 hurt, 7 seriously

A pair of New Jersey Transit buses collided inside the Lincoln Tunnel, and authorities say 32 people have been hurt, included seven with serious, but non-life-threatening injuries.

‘Kink community’ angry at New York attorney general comments

Many members of what’s widely known as the kink community are outraged that Eric Schneiderman. Aficionados of kinky sex noted that Schneiderman’s accusers insisted they had given no consent — which is considered obligatory among most practitioners of kink.

Meek Mill attends Innocence Gala at Times Square

In the nearly two weeks since Meek Mill was released on bail from a state prison in Pennsylvania, the rapper has found little time to himself.

4 women accuse New York attorney general of physical abuse

New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, whose office has taken on a high-profile role in the fight against sexual misconduct, was physically violent with four women

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AG Shapiro Declares VICTORY After Injunction to ‘Halt Illegal Changes at USPS’ is GRANTED

AG Shapiro has declared victory after a federal judge granted his motion for a preliminary injunction.

Naya Rivera’s Ex-Husband, Ryan Dorsey, Moves in with ‘Glee’ Star’s SISTER

The ex-husband of Naya Rivera has found solace in a relationship with the tragic Glee star's lookalike younger sister.

AG Shapiro Praises Montco Summer Camp for Cooperating with His Office to Return Tuitions

The summer camp has committed to refunding tuitions they received before the pandemic hit.

Facebook Demonetized Your Content for Calling Antifa ‘Terrorists’ and Child Predators ‘Monsters’

Your Content has been demonetized by Facebook for labeling members of Antifa ‘terrorists’ and calling child molesters ‘monsters.’
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Photos: What President Trump Did This Week to Keep America Safe, Healthy and United

President Trump has been busy working around-the-clock to ensure America is safe, healthy, and united.

Florida Lady STABS BF on Highway But Dies After Being SQUISHED by Tractor Trailer

Florida cops say a lady stabbed her boyfriend on an interstate highway, and then was killed when she ran in front of a tractor-trailer truck.

Pennsylvania Dems Caught CHARGING Residents Money for Biden, Shapiro and Other Yard Signs in Delco

Residents in Delco have to pay to support a candidate if they are on the Democratic ticket.

Trump Says the ONLY Way He‘ll Lose Pennsylvania is if They CHEAT, Off Duty Cop Stops Antifa Heckler

Trump declared Democrats are ‘going to try and steal the election’ and ‘the only way they’re going to win Pennsylvania is to cheat on the ballots.’
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IT’S OFFICIAL! Judge Amy Coney Barrett Nominated by Trump to Sit on the U.S. Supreme Court

President Trump has come through with his promise to select a Supreme Court Justice after the passing of RBG.

Judge Amy Coney Barrett Leaves Home and Journeys to DC Amid SCOTUS Nomination

Judge Amy Coney Barrett and her family are on the move as they journey to Washington, D.C.

VP Hopeful Kamala Harris Mistakenly Says Tupac Is Still Alive and Remains the Best Rapper

Kamala Harris has labeled Tupac the 'best rapper alive' 24 years after he was shot dead in a Las Vegas drive-by.

NYPD Chief Juanita Holmes Becomes Highest Ranking African American Woman in Force’s 175 Year History

Meet one of New York‘s finest — Chief Juanita Holmes — the highest ranking African American female in the force’s history.
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