US Open confident in health and safety plans
US Open organizers say they are confident in safety plans a month ahead of the Grand Slam tennis event in New York even as US COVID-19 outbreaks increase.
New York vows court action as Trump mulls sending federal agents
New York would go to court to stop Donald Trump sending federal troops to the city, its mayor said Tuesday, as the US president puts law and order at the forefront of his re-election bid.
Trump lashes out at New York mayor, BLM leader
Donald Trump on Thursday struck out at New York Mayor Bill de Blasio over plans to paint a Black Lives Matter mural on Fifth Avenue across the street from Trump Tower.
Monaco remains the world’s most expensive luxury residential market
Monaco is still the most expensive luxury residential market in the world despite a 1.3per cent annual price decline in 2019, according to a report by Savills released last week.
Rapper KJ Balla Killed In Drive-by Shooting
A fast-rising rapper KJ Balla has been killed in a drive-by shooting in New York. KJ Balla whose real name is Noel Kennedy was shot in the chest when a gunman fired five rounds from a moving car on Friday night. The shooting happened just before 10 pm according to the NYPD. The 23-year-old rapper…
Nearly half of New Yorkers knew Covid-19 victim: poll
Almost half of New Yorkers knew someone who died of the new coronavirus, according to a poll Monday which found overwhelming...
New York state virus toll spikes as officials plea for volunteers
New York state's coronavirus toll continued rising at a devastating pace Saturday, as authorities issued an emergency plea for volunteers to assist at US outbreak epicenter.
COVID-19: Nigerian Embassy in U.S. suspends passport interviews, biometric capturing
Nigeria’s diplomatic missions in Washington, New York and Atlanta, United States, have suspended passport interviews and biometric data capture over the coronavirus crisis.
As coronavirus cases rise, New York state declares emergency
The governor of New York on Saturday announced a state of emergency as the coronavirus continued to spread in the northeastern state, with 21 new cases.
New York's County to swear-in Nigerian-born Efekoro as lawmaker
Beroro Efekoro will become the first Nigerian-born lawmaker in the Albany County Legislature, New York after his swearing-in as a legislator on Wednesday, January 1, 2020, in the United States. Efekoro is one of the ten incoming legislators of the 39-member body legislative chamber. The Nigerian-born lawmaker-elect defeated the incumbent Albany Democrat, Doug Bullock, in…