Someone sounds jealous.
And the city council is looking into it.
That’s actually exactly how this works.
Final resting place, indeed.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio recently announced a city lawsuit against five major oil companies, seeking billions in climate change-related damages; the mayor simultaneously announced citywide pension fund divestment from fossil fuels.
The Downtown Athletic Club first presented college football’s prestigious Heisman Trophy in 1935. After the Downtown Athletic Club declared bankruptcy in 2002, the Heisman Trust has continued the tradition. But what is the Downtown Athletic Club exactly, and what is its history? It’s certainly not limited to the Heisman Trophy alone. We’ve put together a … Continued
A diet of fast food may be changing New York City mice’s genes.
Following a car ramming attack in Lower Manhattan by Islamic State “lone wolf” Sayfullo Saipov, authorities fear an attack on the New York City Marathon. Has there been any indication that these fears are founded? On Halloween afternoon, Saipov, an Uzbek immigrant who had been living in New Jersey with previous residences in Florida and … Continued
Protecting President-elect Donald Trump and his family costs New York City taxpayers $1 million per day. According to John Miller, the NYPD deputy commissioner of intelligence and counterterrorism, the expenses come as city police have been assigned to Trump, his children, and his grandchildren, who all live in New York and are entitled to Secret … Continued