New York

PHOTOS: Macy’s holiday windows honor frontline workers and pandemic response

Macy’s has unveiled its holiday windows, which honor first responders, essential workers and New Yorkers who showed “their true grit” as the city faced unprecedented challenges this year.
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Couple comes across walls of whiskey hidden in ‘bootlegger bungalow’

When Nick Drummond and Patrick Bakker moved into their new home in Ames, New York, they knew it had some history. The couple found walls of whiskey hidden in a ‘bootlegger bungalow.’
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Man Finds Over 80,000 Bees Living in Walls of Home for Over 40 Years

Tom Egel, the 91-year-old homeowner, says he was in absolute shock when he found out there were over 80,000 bees living in the walls and ceiling of his Garden City home.
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Nigerian Boy Gets NYC Ballet Company Scholarship After Dance Video Goes Viral

An 11-year-old Nigerian boy received a scholarship and an offer to train at the American Ballet Theatre after a video of him dancing in the rain went viral.
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Caught on Video: Maskless Revelers Take Over Public Bus for Wild Pop-Up Party

Authorities are investigating after an MTA bus was taken over by dozens of maskless people for a pop-up party over the weekend. Video shows partygoers smoking a hookah, dancing and even taking their clothes off for the camera.
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Hispanic Residents Facing Highest COVID-19 Fatality Rates in America's Third-Largest County

The Hispanic population in the third-largest county in the United States is facing disproportionate fatality rates due to the coronavirus pandemic. The impact of COVID-19 on Hispanic communities is not unique to Texas, and can be seen across the US.
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Man Dressed as the Joker Goes Jet-Skiing, Leaving Onlookers Perplexed

A man dressed as the infamous “Batman” character the Joker went for a spin this weekend on the East River, shocking onlookers. See the videos.
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Covid testing

California Passes New York for most Covid cases

California passes New York for most coronavirus cases
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Sleepaway Camps Won't Open This Summer In New York

Sleepaway camps will not be operating in New York this summer over coronavirus concerns, state health officials said Friday. While overnight camps won’t be allowed, day camps will open again. Read now.
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These Are the States Most in Need of COVID-19 Aid

The coronavirus pandemic has consumed states’ resources at an unprecedented rate as they struggle to provide both medical and financial support to their residents, despite taking in far less tax revenue than usual.
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