Teen discovers unseen photos of the 9/11 terror attack from old album

New York 04/27/21, 20:01

Liam Enea, 19, from Connecticut, got his hands on an old photo album from a deceased relative a few years ago. He was shocked to find never-before-seen pictures taken during the 2001 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Centers.  The album originally belonged to Enea's great-aunt Maryann Puglisi-Muñoz who passed it ...

Shooting at Long Island supermarket, one killed, two wounded

New York 04/20/21, 19:56

A grocery-cart worker at Long Island Stop & Shop opened fire at three people inside the supermarket on Tuesday,  April 20, injuring two and killing another. The suspect, identified as a 31-year-old black man named Gabriel Dewitt Wilson, was apprehended soon after and taken into custody at Hempstead in the ...

Several New York Times staffers admit to working for the Chinese Communist Party

New York 04/10/21, 20:03

According to a recent report, several senior employees within the New York Times were previously employed by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP)–owned English-language newspaper, China Daily. Over the past several years, China Daily has made a significant effort to publish its CCP–controlled news stories in U.S. newspapers.  Current New York Times ...

New York will be host to the country’s first ‘vaccine passport’

New York 03/27/21, 20:22

According to the  New York Post residents of New York state will be allowed to access venues and businesses with the Excelsior Pass.To receive regular updates on the CCP Virus pandemic, a pass holder needs to subscribe to their limited edition newsletter. The nation’s very first “vaccine passport” is coming to the ...

Police reform package: no more qualified immunity for NYC officers

New York 03/27/21, 19:42

The New York City Council took action on Thursday, March 25, to make it easier to prosecute police officers in the city. The law restricts what is known as qualified immunity, which previously shielded police officers from litigation alleging they violated the rights of those they arrested or otherwise confronted. If a ...

WATCH: 100 people locked inside grocery store by BLM mob

New York 03/24/21, 07:17

In Rochester, New York, Black Lives Matter activists invaded a Wegmans grocery store, trapping approximately 100 customers inside on the anniversary of Daniel Prude's detention. The death of Daniel Prude, a black man who died after a famous confrontation with the Rochester Police Department, sparked the demonstrations. Last month, the New ...

Project Veritas wins big in court against The New York Times

New York 03/20/21, 10:53

In the defamation case brought forward by Project Veritas, Justice Charles D. Wood of the Supreme Court of New York in Westchester County rejected The New York Times motion to dismiss on March 19, according to Project Veritas. The case was brought by Project Veritas after The New York Times called ...

New York’s mayor calls for legalization of prostitution

New York 03/18/21, 15:22

Bill De Blasio, the mayor of New York City called on the governor to decriminalize prostitution after the Senate in February struck down a law that criminalized prostitutes for loitering looking for clients. "It's time to decriminalize sex workers and focus our enforcement on those who exploit and profit off a ...