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Special Report: Shutdown: The Coronavirus

New York May Have Reached its Apex in the Coronavirus Outbreak

“Hospitalizations are down, the ICU admissions are down, and daily intubations are down.”

Special Report: Shutdown: The Coronavirus

New York’s coronavirus apex coming in just days

With a shortage of ventilators, medical staff and hospitals filled to capacity, the state is heading into the heart of the battle.

Special Report: Shutdown: The Coronavirus

Trump is looking at enforceable quarantine to slow coronavirus spread

Cuomo said he doesn't like the sound of enforceable quarantine and doesn't know what it really means

Special Report: Shutdown: The Coronavirus

Young volunteers help the vulnerable during coronavirus crisis

Volunteers help shop for groceries, package meals and then deliver them to New Yorkers in need.

Special Report: Shutdown: The Coronavirus

Good News: Coronavirus spread may be slowing in New York

“Density controlled measures are working,” said the governor,  at a press conference this morning.

Special Report: Shutdown: The Coronavirus

Cuomo demands more federal support as coronavirus cases rise in New York

As the coronavirus continues to raise havoc in New York, Governor Andrew Cuomo demanded federal support during a press conference […]


Dignity provides a spiritual home for LGBTQI Catholics to worship

For nearly 50 years, Dignity/New York has been providing this  community with a space free from traditional rhetoric that condemns same-sex attraction.


New Yorkers Are Torn on Paying College Athletes

On Monday evening, Virginia outlasted Texas Tech in overtime to win the NCAA Division 1 (D1) Basketball Championship Game. Almost […]


Plastic bag ban approved in New York State budget

The ban will go into effect in March of 2020.


Plan to stop MTA bus fare evaders gets cool response

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