NYC weather: After coldest day of the season, warmer temps on the way
Jan22

NYC weather: After coldest day of the season, warmer temps on the way

After the coldest day of the season, New Yorkers were still facing below-freezing temperatures Tuesday. The high temperature on Tuesday is expected to be about 29 degrees, but wind chill values will be between 0 and 10, the National Weather Service said. Monday’s high temperature topped out around 14 degrees, with wind chill values between minus 5 and minus 10, the agency said. Warmer temperatures are in sight, with Wednesday...

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NYPD commissioner reflects on subway safety, transit policing challenges: Exclusive
Jan22

NYPD commissioner reflects on subway safety, transit policing challenges: Exclusive

Sitting on a plush chair in his office on an upper floor of police headquarters, NYPD Commissioner James O’Neill thought back to when he started as a transit cop in 1983. He was 25 years old and the subway was a bit different than it is now. In a wide-ranging, exclusive interview with amNewYork, O’Neill reflected on how the transit system has changed, the department’s crime-fighting challenges now and how policing in...

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Activist For Public Advocate
Jan17

Activist For Public Advocate

NEW YORK: Jumaane 4 NYC submitted its first financial disclosure report to the NYC Campaign Finance Board this evening, showing more than $1 million raised– including $107,883 claimed for matching funds– from 1,829 contributors after surpassing the NYC public matching threshold.  In less than three months, Jumaane’s people-powered campaign raised a total of $204,065.97, which includes 1,763 contributions from New...

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A Common Sense Public Safety Blueprint for Gov. Gavin Newsom
Jan17

A Common Sense Public Safety Blueprint for Gov. Gavin Newsom

Governor Gavin Newsom enters office with a liberal resume and promises to fulfill a progressive agenda. But this doesn’t condemn the Governor to stumbling down the dangerous path that his predecessor carved out. This path is littered with a series of public safety experiments that former Gov. Jerry Brown championed and signed, including Props 47 and 57, AB109 and SBs 1437 and 1279. The cumulative result of these measures have...

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Shared Responsibility
Jan15

Shared Responsibility

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