Rep. Jerrold Nadler Says NY Will Only Lose Member of the Jewish House

Rep. Jerrold Nadler said New Yorkers will lose the only Jewish member in the House delegation if he doesn’t win the upcoming Democratic primary for Manhattan’s newly drawn 12th congressional district. Nadler – who takes on Rep. Carolyn Maloney and challenger Suraj Patel – made the argument during a debate co-sponsored by the Jewish Community … Read more

NY Daily News photographer seriously injured in NYC carjacking

A New York Daily News photographer was seriously injured after trying to stop a man from stealing his car in Manhattan on Wednesday night, but was eventually dragged several streets before the vehicle crashed, police and sources said. The chaotic scene unfolded after A. Saverio “Sam” Costanza, a 73-year-old shutterbug, left his car in front … Read more

Serial ice thief arrested with 20 pints of Haagen-Dazs from NYC store: police

According to police, a serial ice thief was caught after he strolled out of an upscale Manhattan market with 20 pints of Haagen-Dazs. The cold-blooded robber was seen double-fisting the frozen treat before storming into Morton Williams Market on 22nd St. and Park Avenue South on Aug. 5 around 1:30 p.m., store officials said. Store … Read more

Details of MTA’s Manhattan Congestion Tariff Plan Revealed

Under the MTA’s congestion fare plan unveiled Wednesday, drivers can pay $9 to $23 in fees to enter parts of Manhattan. The amounts and timeline were detailed in a 34-page summary of the much-delayed environmental assessment of the project, which was provided to reporters by the cramped agency on Tuesday. “The tremendous detail included in … Read more

What the Papers Say – August 10

t Newspapers are still grappling with the cost of living crisis on Wednesday. the guard leads with Prime Minister Boris Johnson declaring he is “absolutely confident” that his successor will provide further assistance to struggling households. It’s because Liz Truss has softened the idea of ​​handouts, according to the i. read more Subway includes comments … Read more

New York court suspends judge’s order to throw away $31 billion school budget

New York City public school budgets will return to originally proposed levels — at least temporarily — as a legal battle to undo hundreds of millions in cuts plays in state court. The “automatic suspension,” confirmed on Tuesday, last week paused the decision of the state Supreme Court to vacate the education department’s $31 billion … Read more

Bail Reform in New York Democrats Are Targeted by Primary Ads

In an effort to counter the power of bail reform advocates on soft-on-crime in Albany, a new group, backed by unions, plans to run moderate Democrats in this month’s state senate primaries. boost against AOC-backed progressive challengers and incumbent lefts. “New York is making a comeback. But Albany has let us down when it comes … Read more

Water flows down stairs in Seoul subway station during historic floods

A subway station in Seoul, South Korea, had to be closed after it was flooded with floodwater on Aug. 8. Twitter user @i_melody_you captured images of high water flowing from the stairs to Dongjak Station. Local media reported that the station had to be closed due to the flooding. At least 9 people have died … Read more

Water flows down stairs in Seoul subway station during historic floods

A subway station in Seoul, South Korea, had to be closed after it was flooded with floodwater on Aug. 8. Twitter user @i_melody_you captured images of high water flowing from the stairs to Dongjak Station. Local media reported that the station had to be closed due to the flooding. At least 9 people have died … Read more

Major Crime Continues to Rise in NYC, Up 36% This Year: New Police Data

The latest figures from the NYPD show major crime is up 36% so far this year — although shootings and homicides both fell about 10% as of Sunday. ‘The politicians will say, ‘Murder is down!’ and ignore everything else,” said Joseph Giacalone, a retired NYPD sergeant and adjunct professor at the John Jay College of … Read more