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NYC Arsonists to Be Instantly Freed from Jail Thanks to 'Bail Reform' Law

NYC Arsonists to Be Instantly Freed from Jail Thanks to 'Bail Reform' Law

Arsonists who set fires in New York City, New York, during multiple nights of riots will be instantly freed from jail if ever arrested thanks to Gov. Andrew Cuomo's (D-NY) bail reform law.
Soho Looting 'Party' Goes Viral, de Blasio Downplays NYC Unrest

Soho Looting 'Party' Goes Viral, de Blasio Downplays NYC Unrest

Mayor Bill de Blasio minimized events of the George Floyd protest in New York City on Wednesday, while a looting party went viral.
NYC Police Union President: ‘We Are Losing the City’

NYC Police Union President: ‘We Are Losing the City’

The president of the New York City police union wrote in a letter to his fellow sergeants, “I know we are losing the city,” amid the violence.
Tom Cotton on Insurrection Act: Overwhelming Display of Force Eliminates Need to Use Force

Tom Cotton on Insurrection Act: Overwhelming Display of Force Eliminates Need to Use Force

"An overwhelming display of force eliminates the need to use force," said Tom Cotton, calling for use of the Insurrection Act to end riots.

Black-Owned Businesses and Restaurants in NYC

TimeOut New York lists several online directories filled with Black-owned businesses, restaurants, writers, food stylists, and beyond. EatOkra, an app, maintains an ever-growing list of Black-owned
Tom Cotton: Send In the Military

Tom Cotton: Send In the Military

The nation must restore order. The military stands ready.
NYPD commissioner tweets conspiracy theory that ‘organized looters’ are putting bricks around the city

NYPD commissioner tweets conspiracy theory that ‘organized looters’ are putting bricks around the city

There's no evidence this is true. The post NYPD commissioner tweets conspiracy theory that ‘organized looters’ are putting bricks around the city appeared first on The Daily Dot.
13-Year-Old Will Plead Guilty in Tessa Majors Stabbing

13-Year-Old Will Plead Guilty in Tessa Majors Stabbing

One of the three middle-school students arrested in the fatal mugging of Tessa Majors, 18, at a Manhattan park took a plea deal in Family Court.
Tuesday's Protests Were Mostly Peaceful Even as Protesters Defied Curfews Across the Nation

Tuesday's Protests Were Mostly Peaceful Even as Protesters Defied Curfews Across the Nation

Nationwide protests prompted by the death of George Floyd continued Tuesday night and were mostly peaceful even as protesters defied curfews that were meant to curtail the looting and vandalism that
Cuomo curfew billboard sparks dystopia memes

Cuomo curfew billboard sparks dystopia memes

Critics say this is some 'Blade Runner' sh*t. The post Cuomo curfew billboard sparks dystopia memes appeared first on The Daily Dot.
Apple Pay won't fully roll out in NYC subway until December

Apple Pay won't fully roll out in NYC subway until December

In March 2019, Apple announced that people would be able to use Apple Pay to pay for rides at all New York City subway stations by October 2020. However, the coronavirus pandemic threw a wrench in

White woman calls cops on Black woman for sitting on a bench

'If Bozo was a person, it would be you!' The post White woman calls cops on Black woman for sitting on a bench appeared first on The Daily Dot.
N.Y.C. Sees Peaceful Protests and Less Looting After Earlier Curfew: Live Updates

N.Y.C. Sees Peaceful Protests and Less Looting After Earlier Curfew: Live Updates

As 8 p.m. passed, peaceful demonstrations were continuing. The authorities soon moved to disperse them and to make arrests.

Artist Jammie Holmes Flies Banners Across the Sky to Remember George Floyd’s Last Words

'The use of sky media to recount Floyd’s final words presents a contrast to the noise of digital media,' Holmes wrote in a statement.
Full Rollout of Apple Pay Support for NYC Subways Delayed Until December

Full Rollout of Apple Pay Support for NYC Subways Delayed Until December

New York's Metropolitan Transportation Authority has been working to bring its OMNY contactless fare payment system to all buses and subway stations throughout the city, but the rollout of the system
‘Bye, Mommy, I Love You’: Medics and Coronavirus Patients Make Hard Decisions

‘Bye, Mommy, I Love You’: Medics and Coronavirus Patients Make Hard Decisions

Our ride with New York City medics during the coronavirus peak revealed a new side to their job: guiding patients on whether to go to the hospital.
Protests in N.Y.C.: Latest Updates

Protests in N.Y.C.: Latest Updates

Hundreds walked peacefully in large groups through Brooklyn and Manhattan, despite an earlier curfew, and looting diminished.
Over 60 NYPD Officers Hospitalized with Serious Injuries Since Riots Began

Over 60 NYPD Officers Hospitalized with Serious Injuries Since Riots Began

More than 60 officers with the New York City Police Department (NYPD) have been hospitalized with serious injuries since riots began in the city on Saturday, May 30.
NYPD Chief of Department: The People We Arrested on Monday Are 'Back out Here'

NYPD Chief of Department: The People We Arrested on Monday Are 'Back out Here'

On Tuesday's broadcast of CNN's "Cuomo Primetime," NYPD Chief of Department Terence Monahan stated that the people arrested by the police on Monday are "back out here again" and the looters realized