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Democrats consider expelling Menendez from the Senate after conviction in bribery trial

(AP) — Sen. Bob Menendez has shown no sign he will voluntarily resign from the Senate following his conviction on bribery charges, leaving Democratic...

Lenox Hill Hospital ranked among the top five best hospitals in New York State, according to U.S. News and World Report

Lenox Hill Hospital ranked among the top five best hospitals in New York State, according to U.S. News and World Report NEW YORK, NY –...

Jewish Teacher Alleges Months of Anti-Semitism & Calls of ‘Heil Hitler’ at Bronx School

By: Hellen Zaboulani A Jewish teacher at a Bronx public school has filed a lawsuit alleging she was the target of anti-Semitic harassment by her...

After Series of Controversies, Embattled FDNY Boss Laura Kavanagh Plans to Resign

By: Serach Nissim Embattled FDNY Commissioner Laura Kavanagh is resigning after a series of controversies. On Saturday, the NY Post reported that the FDNY boss would...

NYC Council Members Wary of Adams’ Plan to Add Thousands of Apartments to the Bronx

By: Ilana Siyance New York City Council Members are unenthused about the next phase of Mayor Eric Adam’s “City of Yes” plan to add thousands...

NYC Food-Delivery Workers Losing Jobs Following Minimum Wage Hike

By: Benyamin Davidsons The minimum wage hike in New York City, which was meant to help workers, has led to more food delivery workers losing...

MLK Jr. Aide Supports Jewish-Americans’ Push to Confront Anti-Semitism

By: Ilana Siyance A Martin Luther King, Jr. aide lauded Jewish Americans, saying their efforts were vital to the civil rights movement in the US....

NY Assemblywoman Jenifer Rajkumar’s Potential Run for Comptroller Raises Eyebrows Over Adams Ties

By: Hadassa Kalatizadeh State Assemblywoman Jenifer Rajkumar’s newly announced run for City Comptroller is raising eyebrows in New York’s political circles. Rajkumar, 41, who has...

NYC Museum ‘Fotografiska’ to Settle Pregnancy Discrimination Suit Before Shuttering

By: Hadassa Kalatizadeh Photography museum Fotografiska will settle a lawsuit in which managers are accused of discriminating against a pregnant employee. As reported by the NY...

Governor Hochul Considers Statewide School Smartphone Ban: Pros & Cons in the Classroom

By: Meyer Wolfsheim Governor Kathy Hochul recently launched a "listening tour" to address the contentious issue of smartphone use in schools, hinting at a potential...

2 Women Share Manhattan Studio Apt at $3.5K a Month But Never Occupy It at Same Time

By: Serach Nissim Two women have figured out a way to share a small Manhattan studio apartment –without having to ever cohabitate. As reported by the...

NY Attorney General Pushes for Oversight of NRA Amid Leadership Controversy

Hal C Clarke Attorney General Letitia James is advocating for a court-appointed monitor to oversee the NRA and its charitable assets as its former head,...

Analyst in NYC Mayor’s Office Suspended for Social Media Post on Failed Trump Assassination Attempt

By: Rob Otto A worker in Mayor Eric Adams’ budget office, Tyler Barbieri, has been suspended for two weeks without pay after posting a disturbing...

Elon Musk & Bill Ackman Endorse Donald Trump Following Assassination Attempt

Edited by: TJVNews.com In a surprising turn of events, billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk and hedge-fund manager Bill Ackman have formally endorsed Donald Trump for president...

Sen. Bob Menendez Convicted of All Charges, Including Accepting Bribes Paid in Cash, Gold and a Car

(AP) — U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez was convicted on Tuesday of all the counts he faced at his corruption trial, including accepting bribes of...

Update: NYC Emergency Management & the Department of Health & Mental Hygiene Advise New Yorkers to Beat the Heat

Update: NYC Emergency Management & the Department of Health & Mental Hygiene Advise New Yorkers to Beat the Heat Edited by: TJVNews.com New York City Emergency...

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