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Pressure Mounts For Gov. Andrew Cuomo To Resign

Sunday, March 14, 2021

We get the latest updates on New York's Gov. Andrew Cuomo, who is facing pressure to resign in the wake of multiple allegations of sexual harassment and other inappropriate behavior from six women.


Brooklyn Librarian Becomes Unlikely Star With Her Bilingual Story Time

Sunday, February 28, 2021

The pandemic has yielded a silver lining for the Brooklyn Public Library. Tenzin Kalsang's Tibetan story time has been drawing audiences in the tens of thousands.


New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo Faces Sexual Harassment Accusations

Friday, February 26, 2021

This week, a former aide came forward and accused New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo of sexual harassment after the governor was already under investigation for misclassifying COVID-19 nursing home deaths.


The Pandemic Has Made An Unlikely Star Out Of A Brooklyn Librarian

Wednesday, February 24, 2021

The pandemic has yielded a silver lining for the Brooklyn Public Library. Bilingual librarian Tenzin Kalsang's Tibetan story time has been drawing audiences in the thousands.


New York Restaurants Hope To Avoid Heartbreak On Valentine's Weekend

Saturday, February 13, 2021

Now that they can reopen for limited indoor seating, restaurants in New York City are hoping customers show up for what's normally a busy holiday.


New Yorkers Lunge, Twist And Zumba Their Way Through The Pandemic Together

Friday, January 29, 2021

The pandemic has left many Americans craving safe social interaction. For one group of New Yorkers, outdoor Zumba classes bring a little joy.


Outdoor Zumba Classes Bring Joy To Some New Yorkers During The Pandemic

Tuesday, January 26, 2021

The pandemic and contentious national politics have left many Americans disheartened. Some are turning to little things to find joy. For one group of New Yorkers, that's outdoor Zumba classes.


Some Seniors Face Shrinking Nest Eggs As They Care For Loved Ones During Pandemic

Monday, January 25, 2021

Many senior citizens entered their golden years with more debt than previous generations, and now they're struggling financially as they try to provide care for an ailing relative during the pandemic.


New York City Cancels Contracts With Trump Organization

Wednesday, January 13, 2021

Mayor Bill de Blasio said that President Trump "incited a rebellion" and that New York City "will not be associated with those unforgivable acts in any shape, way or form."


For Some New Americans, Capitol Attack Was An Echo Of Turmoil They'd Hoped To Escape

Saturday, January 09, 2021

For many Americans, this week's attack was shocking. But for the millions of Americans born in countries with a history of political instability, the event has carried a different resonance.


Amid Isolation And Loneliness, Elderly Face Crumbling Safety Net

Sunday, January 03, 2021

New York has more people over the age of 65 than the total population of many states. And despite federal aid, the state's system meant to help protect seniors is short tens of millions of dollars.


How Shipping Shortfalls Are Affecting Small Businesses

Friday, December 11, 2020

Online sales have exploded this year, which means an increase in shipping volumes. As the holiday season approaches, NPR discusses how shipping delays may affect small businesses.


U.S. Heads Into Winter Months With Coronavirus Cases Surging

Wednesday, December 02, 2020

The governors of California and New York have sounded the alarm that hospitals may be overwhelmed this winter if COVID-19 infection rates continue to rise.


What Can Police Do About Large Gatherings In Private Homes?

Monday, November 23, 2020

With COVID-19 cases surging, many states are restricting the size of gatherings. But, how do you police what people do in their own homes?


NYPD Official Accused Of Racist And Anti-Semitic Posts

Friday, November 06, 2020

An official at the New York City Police Department is accused of posting racist and anti-Semitic messages to an online forum frequented by police.


Broadway Artists Push For Legislation To Support Industry In The Pandemic

Friday, October 30, 2020

As arts workers continue to struggle, they're trying their hand at something new — a piece of legislation that would keep their industry alive through the pandemic.


Trump, Mnuchin, And The 2017 Tax Overhaul

Wednesday, October 14, 2020

President Trump's 2017 tax overhaul was supposed to pay for itself. It didn't.

MoMA Workers Must Decide Whether To Return To Work Amid Pandemic

Thursday, September 24, 2020

Workers at the Museum of Modern Art in New York are being pressured to return to work, in person. They're afraid of catching the coronavirus but equally scared of losing their jobs.


Lego Fans Tricked By Counterfeit Kits

Friday, September 18, 2020

Discontinued Lego sets can be worth a lot of money. Counterfeit Lego kits, made illegally in China, are scamming collectors.


'It's A Disaster': German Expats Love U.S. But Not Its Handling Of Coronavirus

Tuesday, August 04, 2020

Germany has flattened its curve, and unemployment has barely budged. Some Germans living in the U.S. are mystified by how politicized the pandemic has become here.