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Paul G. Wolf
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To survive the pandemic’s impacts, organizations must fight for the whole rather than the parts.
Upper West Side of Manhattan.
Some residents are pushing to have the homeless men staying in local hotels relocated.
New York Attorney General Letitia James.
The lawsuit alleges that leaders of the gun rights organization diverted charitable dollars for personal use and illegal self-dealing.
School bus passes public school in New York City.
Despite planned precautions, parents, teachers, students and staff have apprehensions.
U.S. Capitol
Advocates for the sector are calling for expanded federal financial relief and support for self-insured employers.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
People will be able to continue filling lawsuits related to the law until next August.
Buildings in New York City.
New Yorkers will be able to apply for a one-time payment to help with rent through Aug. 6.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo at press conference.
The state legislature may end pushing for a tax increase on high-income residents to fill the budget gap.
Person fills out 2020 census online.
The second phase of the census count in which door knockers reach out to non-respondents starts in two weeks.
Capitol Hill in Washington D.C.
The $600-per-week benefit expired in New York this weekend.
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