Pres. Joe Biden Gets Booed by a Crowd at 9/11 Anniversary Event in New York City

Pres. Joe Biden Gets Booed by a Crowd at 9/11 Anniversary Event in New York City

President Joe Biden marked the 9/11 anniversary with visits to attack sites where hijacked planes crashed in 2001, and in one instance, he got booed.
New Yorkers Continue To Vaccination Efforts, As Gov. Cuomo Lifts Restrictions In Some Orange And Yellow Zones

New York State Nurses Association Scores Big Win in the FY22 State Budget

The New York State Nurses Association (NYSNA) was able to score victories in the upcoming state budget, according to a statement released the previous week.
Andrew Cuomo to Face Impeachment Inquiry Led by Democrats

Andrew Cuomo to Face Impeachment Inquiry Led by Democrats

New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo is facing pressure to step down from his post in recent weeks due to allegations of sexual harassments surrounding him.
Stop and Frisk inflames the Blacks and Latinos in New York City

"Stop-and-Frisk" Shows Promise in Reducing Crime Rates, But Were Minorities Intentionally Targeted?

After years of supporting the "stop-and-frisk" policy, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg apologies to minorities.
The Knicks Fire Phil Jackson And Fans Rejoice

The Knicks Fire Phil Jackson And Fans Rejoice On Social Media

The former team president and the organization "amicably part ways."
The Master of None cast discuss big themes on love and connection

Master of None is the Show 1st-Generation Millennials Have Been Waiting For

Aziz Ansari tackles love, immigrants and the Big Apple through heart and humor.
Richard Rojas

Richard Rojas charged with murder after Times Square crash (VIDEO)

Rojas, a 26-year-old Bronx man is a U.S. Navy veteran discharged following disciplinary problems
Brooklyn Technical High School

New Push for Diversity in New York City's Elite Public High Schools

New York legislators are seeking to fix the diversity problem that's been persistent in elite New York City public high schools.
Powerball-lottery

New York Cab Driver Arrested for Stealing $50,000 Powerball Ticket

A New York City cab driver was arrested Tuesday morning, after he allegedly stole his friend's $50,000 winning lottery ticket and tried to cash the earnings for himself.
New York Police, New Year 2016

Increases in Security Deter Few New Year’s Eve Celebrations

Despite the increase in terror-related security in major cities, New Year’s Eve celebrations went off without any serious problems around the globe.

College Student Plunges to Death From New York Four Seasons Hotel

Police are investigating the death of a 20-year-old college student who fell to his death while trying to descend the facade of the Four Seasons Hotel in Manhattan.
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J Balvin and Cultura Profética Bring Latin Music and Cultural Unity to New York City

The Colombian superstar was joined by the Puerto Rican band for an exlcusive concert hosted by Coors Light.
Comedian Amy Schumer at The Apollo

Amy Schumer Sells Out Harlem's Iconic Apollo Theater, Films HBO Special Directed by Chris Rock

Step aside boys! Comedian Amy Schumer is on fire right now -- and we're not talking about her pesky UTI (urinary tract infection) that she referred to while headlining her first HBO stand-up special, directed by Chris Rock at Harlem's iconic Apollo Theater.
Chef Kelvin Fernandez

SABOR: Chef Kelvin Fernandez Still Savors Victory Over Bobby Flay, Brings Expertise to NYC's La Marina

"If I can describe myself in one bite, it would be this, dish, the mini arepa -- it's crispy, sweet, salty, hot, cold, creamy herbaceous, amazingness," Chef Kelvin Fernandez told Latin Post in an exclusive interview for "SABOR." It was this very savory recipe (which includes steak, lime scented sour cream, creamy guacamole, pico de gallo and Cotija cheese) that the Dominican chef claimed victory over the legendary food star and TV personality, Bobby Flay on the Food Network's "Beat Bobby Flay" during Season four, episode five.
Cartoonist and Illustrator Felipe Galindo

Award-Wining Mexican Cartoonist Opens Up on 'Frida Kahlo's New York' Showcase, Charlie Hebdo Tragedy (EXCLUSIVE)

Can you imagine legendary Mexican artist Frida Kahlo walking through the streets of New York City, almost as if she was a vibrant Mexican painting that came to life - merging the past within a contemporary backdrop? Award-winning, Mexican-American cartoonist and illustrator Felipe Galindo/Feggo is bringing these illustrations to life with his "Frida Kahlo's New York" an exhibition at The Mark Miller Gallery this May.

NYC Council Speaker to Pitch NYC Municipal ID Program For Undocumented Immigrants in Arizona

New York City's municipal ID program will be pitched in Arizona by City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito later this month.
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