Tornado Watches in Southern New Jersey ahead of potentially record setting heat this weekend

Tornado Watches in Southern New Jersey ahead of potentially record setting heat this weekend

NEW YORK (WABC) — A Tornado Watch is in effect for much of Southern New Jersey Friday, with the potential severe weather coming ahead of a hot weekend. The watch was issued until 7 pm for Burlington, Camden, Gloucester, Hunterdon, Mercer, Middlesex, Monmouth, Morris, Ocean, Salem, Somerset, Sussex, and Warren counties. A heat advisory is … Read more

Why COVID outbreaks are still a mystery in NYC schools

Why COVID outbreaks are still a mystery in NYC schools

For many parents and teachers dealing with New York City schools, the last few weeks have felt like déjà vu. Back in December, omicron broke COVID-19 records in classrooms. Its offshoot variants are now driving spread among students and teachers, based on both city data and individual reports from school staff. Yet limited action has … Read more

Readers sound off on great replacement theory, the Nakba and NYC road rules – New York Daily News

Readers sound off on great replacement theory, the Nakba and NYC road rules – New York Daily News

Bronx: When I first heard about the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, the first thing I thought about was Patrick J. Buchanan’s book, “The Death of the West.” In it, Buchanan expresses “how dying populations and immigrant invasions imperil our country and civilization,” and how places like Texas and California have been … Read more

How Texas-Mexico Border Cities Are Preparing for Title 42 Decision – NBC New York

How Texas-Mexico Border Cities Are Preparing for Title 42 Decision – NBC New York

A potential change in immigration protocols may be just days away as the fate of Title 42 is decided in federal court. Title 42 is a public health policy that was enacted by former President Donald Trump’s Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, allowing US officials to quickly expel migrants entering the United States illegally, … Read more

Landlord evicts entire building of Manhattan artists

Landlord evicts entire building of Manhattan artists

Down a narrow Financial District street one block north of the Federal Reserve — past a cobbler and a secondhand gem seller — an era has quietly come to an end in one of Manhattan’s earliest skyscrapers. “Everyone in my building had lived there for over a decade,” artist Molly Crabapple told The Post of … Read more