Supreme Court Provides Guidance for School Diversity Initiatives in Premier Programs
25 February 2024
Admissions Overhaul A recent ruling by the Supreme Court concerning a prestigious magnet school in Northern Virginia has ignited a nationwide discourse and introspection. Schools are now wrestling with the task of diversifyi...
Super Bowl Pregame: Reba McEntire, Post Malone, and Andra Day Perform National Anthem
11 February 2024
Star-Studded Spectacle Prepare yourself for an unparalleled Super Bowl LVIII journey at the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, brimming with a galaxy of pregame entertainment. The spotlight shines on the iconic&n...
New York Property Owners Must Now Disclose Flood Risk: Complying with State Law
7 September 2023
New York's Battle Against Hidden Flood Risks New York is on the path to join other states in mandating the disclosure of flood-risk information to potential homebuyers. Earlier this year, the Legislature passed a law requiring property owners to rev...
NYPD Deploys Drones for Labor Day Party Surveillance, Privacy Concerns Arise
2 September 2023
NYPD's Eye in the Sky As the Labor Day weekend approaches, the NYPD has stirred controversy by announcing the deployment of surveillance drones to monitor public gatherings, citing concerns about large crowds and gatherings, especially dur...
Joe Biden administration to allocate $292 million to build rail tunnel under Hudson
31 January 2023
Construction of a new rail tunnel The administration of U.S. President Joe Biden decided to allocate $292 million for the construction of a rail tunnel under the Hudson River between New York and New Jersey. This i...
The New York Times union will hold a one-day strike on 8 December
8 December 2022
Strike in New York More than 1,100 of The New York Times' 1,800 employees will take part in a day-long strike on Thursday, 8 December, protesting a long lack of agreement between the union and the publica...
Joe Biden signs a bill to stop a strike by railway workers in the US
2 December 2022
There will be no strikes US President Joe Biden on Friday signed into law legislation approved by both chambers of the US Congress that would prevent railway workers from going on strike. The initiative would...
The number of jobless claims in the US rose
6 October 2022
Unemployment benefits The number of Americans filing initial claims for unemployment benefits during the week stood at 219,000. Such data was released by the US Department of Labor on Thursday. The numbe...
Electricity bills in the US will be 42% higher than two years ago
23 September 2022
Paying for electricity The average electricity bill of US residents could increase by 42% this coming winter compared to the 2019-2020 season, NBC reported on Thursday, citing estimates from experts at the National Asso...
Google to label abortion clinics to increase transparency
26 August 2022
Google improves abortion transparency According to a letter published by Senator Mark Warner, which the company sent to him and House Member Elissa Blair Slotkin on Thursday, Google has updated its features to better help those who use its tools to ...
83% of Americans surveyed continue to support the right to keep guns
24 June 2022
Survey of people in the USA Almost 83% of US citizens believe an amendment to the country's constitution allowing people to keep and bear arms is necessary because it enables them to defend themselves. This da...
Axon Enterprise refuses to equip drones with stun guns
6 June 2022
Axon Enterprise's drones US company Axon Enterprise has refused to equip drones designed to enhance security in public places, particularly schools, with stun guns. The company's founder and chief executive, Rick Smith, said in a statement on the co...
Three women will host the Oscars in 2022
15 February 2022
Oscar 2022 Three actresses, known primarily for their comic roles, are preparing to host this year's Academy Awards: Amy Schumer, Regina Hall and Wanda Sykes. It was revealed in an exclusive feature on Monday night by Variety magazine. The names of...
Foreign airlines will cut flights in the US due to installation of 5G towers at airports
19 January 2022
5G airports in the United States Airlines from India and Japan are reducing flights to the United States due to concerns over the deployment of 5G connectivity infrastructure near US airports. "Due to the deployment of...
US Congress urged to delay deployment of 5G networks near airports
18 January 2022
5G near airports Members of the US House of Representatives' Transportation and Infrastructure Committee on Monday urged telecoms operators to delay deploying 5G networks near airports until the US&n...
Coronavirus-related deaths in the U.S. rose by 29% in a week
10 January 2022
COVID continues to rampage The average number of coronavirus-related deaths in the United States last week, from Jan. 3 to Jan. 9, was 1,615, up 29 percent from the previous week, from Dec. 27 to Jan. 2. The figures were reported Monday by Johns Hop...
The Golden Globes will not be broadcast live in 2022
7 January 2022
There will be no online ceremony The organisers of the Golden Globe Awards will not be broadcasting the statuettes ceremony, which will take place next Sunday. This...
New York City Transit Authority cuts underground service due to staff shortages
29 December 2021
Staff shortages As the Omicron strain continues to spread rapidly across New York City, an increase in COVID-19 cases among city transit workers is disrupting underground, bus and ferry service. The MTA announced its plans to cut services, calling ...
Apple has restricted visits to its stores in New York due to the Omicron strain
29 December 2021
COVID in New York The US company Apple has restricted visits to its shops in New York due to the spread of the Omicron coronavirus strain. This was reported by CNBC, citing the company's data. The company has temporari...
New York authorities impose health restrictions for New Year's Eve celebrations in Times Square
24 December 2021
New Year in New York City New Year's Eve celebrations in New York City's main Times Square will be held under heightened health restrictions amid the spread of the Omicron coronavirus strain. A statement to that effect was published on Thursday on t...
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