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Reopen NYC: Principals' union declares unanimous vote of no confidence for mayor, schools chancellor
The union is calling on Mayor de Blasio to cede mayoral control of the Department of Education for the remainder of this health crisis.
The eyes don't have it: Masks upset classroom communication
Try teaching a class full of schoolchildren and connecting with students who are themselves wearing masks. Teachers who in ordinary times rely on their voices to convey nuances of language and manage classroom behavior are tasked with not sounding like the trombone-produced “wah wah” of the Charlie
TikTok user has idea for a 'Gen Z tattoo,' then teens find out it looks like a Nazi symbol
Jordan Williams was attacked online after her idea for matching Gen Z tattoos went left because the symbol resembles a Nazi swastika or a Wolfsangel.
Brooklyn School Fire Under Investigation; At Least 1 Firefighter Hospitalized
An "all hands" response was called early Sunday morning when a fire broke out at an early childhood center in Brooklyn.
The Law Is Not Made for Breonna Taylor
Breonna Taylor has led a singular afterlife. Since March 13, when the 26-year-old died in a hail of police gunfire inside her Louisville, Kentucky, apartment, she has become a rarity, a Black woman whose unjust death became a national cause célèbre. The protest movement that has gripped the Unite... More »
More Than 1,000 Daily Coronavirus Cases in New York State, a First Since June
These high figures have not seen since June 5, according to statistics released by the office of Governor Andrew Cuomo. "Of the 99,953 tests reported yesterday (Friday), 1,005 were positive," Cuomo tweeted.
Is mail theft surging in the U.S.? Postal Service inspectors don't know
Anecdotal accounts suggest mail theft is on the rise in parts of the country. Postal Service inspectors don’t have a reliable system to track the crime.
The Doobie Brothers and Bill Murray Are Feuding Because 2020 Just Won’t Quit
Even a fool would believe it: Bill Murray and the Doobie Brothers are currently engaged in... More »
Abrupt Police Crackdown on Crowd in the West Village Prompts Criticism
Videos taken of the scene showed dozens of officers rushing into a group of people near an intersection in the Manhattan neighborhood.
New York Times
Homeless man tosses baby stroller onto Bronx subway tracks: cops
A homeless man threw a baby stroller onto the tracks on a Bronx subway — and was arrested after the train conductor held the doors shut until police arrived, cops said. Fabian Davis, 35, allegedly tossed the empty stroller on the tracks from aboard a No. 2 train as it pulled into Wakefield-241st Street station...
New York Post
Reopen NYC: Arrests made after nearly 200 found inside illegal bar in Queens
At least two people were arrested after nearly 200 people were found inside an illegal bar in Queens.
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