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NYC DOH website now lists data on COVID-19 variant cases

New York City’s Health Department on Tuesday made data on new coronavirus variants in

Comptroller Scott Stringer takes shots at ThriveNYC program

City Comptroller and mayoral hopeful Scott Stringer took shots Tuesday at ThriveNYC — the

MTA will vaccinate 1K transit workers per week in Brooklyn

Transit officials on Tuesday announced plans to administer a thousand COVID-19 vaccines per week

Woman, 11-year-old boy, found dead in New Jersey pond

An adult woman and an 11-year-old boy were reportedly found dead in a New

Liz Cheney says G.O.P. must ‘make clear that we aren’t the party of white supremacy.’

Representative Liz Cheney of Wyoming, the No. 3 House Republican, on Tuesday called on

With Biden Behind on Confirmations, Senators Are Overloaded With Hearings

She will appear before the committee for a second day on Wednesday. Tuesday also

Jumaane Williams called to back up school safety agent abuse claim

The head of the city’s school safety agents union wants Public Advocate Jumaane Williams to

In Stimulus Debate, Senate Parliamentarian Holds Broad Sway

During the impeachment proceeding this month, Ms. MacDonough spent hours on the Senate dais,

Morgan State Gets $20 Million Pledge From Former Student

The Tylers have long been among the university’s primary benefactors, and the $20 million

Klobuchar Says ‘This Was a Planned Insurrection’

In her closing remarks, Senator Amy Klobuchar said it was “very