Twilight Zone: Hochul Calls for Border Security, Chides Republicans for Blocking It

Twilight Zone: Hochul Calls for Border Security, Chides Republicans for Blocking It

Editorial credit: Ron Adar / Shutterstock.com By Austin C. Jefferson | February 22, 2024 | City & State New York Gov. Kathy Hochul, appearing at Politico’s Governors Summit in Washington D.C., said that Democratic policy on immigration has become more open to compromise and border protections as more migrants cross into the United States. New York, […]

Attorney General James Calls for Urgent Action to Protect Children from Harmful Effects of Asthma and Allergy Drug Singulair

Attorney General James Calls for Urgent Action to Protect Children from Harmful Effects of Asthma and Allergy Drug Singulair

NEW YORK – New York Attorney General Letitia James called on the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to take urgent action to address the potential dangers of the asthma and allergy drug montekulast, known by the brand name Singulair. Singulair has been linked to harmful behavioral and mental health issues among children who use the drug […]

Adams Retracts Budget Cuts, But Continues Scapegoating Asylum Seekers

Adams Retracts Budget Cuts, But Continues Scapegoating Asylum Seekers

Editorial credit: lev radin / Shutterstock.com New York, NY—On February 21, NYC Mayor Eric Adams announced the cancellation of the Fiscal Year 2025 Executive Budget Program to Eliminate the Gap (PEG) for city agencies. Despite a budget surplus, Mayor Adams also announced an additional 10% cut to city-funded asylum seeker costs. Also Read: NYC Migrant Spending Further Cut […]

NYC Migrant Spending Further Cut to Spare Other City Services, Mayor Adams Says

NYC Migrant Spending Further Cut to Spare Other City Services, Mayor Adams Says

By Charles Lane and Jessica Gould | February 21, 2024 | Gothamist New York City Mayor Eric Adams said on Wednesday that he was canceling an expected third round of agency spending cuts and allowing agencies to restart some hiring — a move he said was possible due to higher-than-anticipated tax revenues and additional cuts to migrant-related spending. […]

Reminiscent of ‘Some of Our Darkest Periods in American History’ – Texas Leaders Call Out Attacks on Faith-Based Groups

Reminiscent of ‘Some of Our Darkest Periods in American History’ – Texas Leaders Call Out Attacks on Faith-Based Groups

Editorial credit: stock_photo_world / Shutterstock.com By Gabe Ortiz | February 21, 2024 | America’s Voice In a chilling escalation against faith-based organizations and volunteers who carry out their scriptural mandate to “welcome the stranger,” corrupt Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is seeking to shut down an El Paso group that has for years been critical […]

Trump’s Plan for Massive Immigration Purges and Detention Camps Promises Chaos for All

Trump’s Plan for Massive Immigration Purges and Detention Camps Promises Chaos for All

Editorial credit: Evan El-Amin / Shutterstock.com By America’s Voice | February 21, 2024 Vanessa Cárdenas on a new WaPo mass-deportation article and Niskanen Center analysis of Heritage Project 2025 immigration plans: “What’s at stake goes well beyond immigration policy and is instead central to larger questions of who we are as a country and our […]

Bob Marley: One Love Sings to Big Box Office Opening of $51 Million as Madame Web Disappoints

Bob Marley: One Love Sings to Big Box Office Opening of $51 Million as Madame Web Disappoints

Photo courtesy: Paramount Pictures | Onelovemovie.com By Tommy McArdle | February 19, 2024 | People Bob Marley: One Love dominated the box office over the holiday weekend. The new Bob Marley biopic grossed $51 million in its initial opening after it premiered in theaters on Valentine’s Day last week, as multiple outlets reported Monday. The film made $27.7 million in theaters between Friday and […]

A Thousand Migrants Slept Outside or in Subways, NYC Official Survey Says

A Thousand Migrants Slept Outside or in Subways, NYC Official Survey Says

Migrants sleep in makeshift shelters overnight outside the St. Brigid reticketing site in the East Village, Dec. 11, 2023. Credit: Gwynne Hogan/THE CITY By Gwynne Hogan | February 16, 2024 Nearly a thousand migrants waiting for a new shelter cot spent a recent night on the streets or in trains, according to an internal poll conducted by […]

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