Despite the threat of more frequent and ferocious storms, New York City remains dangerously exposed to the next superstorm, according to a report by Comptroller Scott Stringer. The report, “Safeguarding Our Shores: Protecting New York City’s Coastal Communities from Climate Change,” found that the city has spent only 54 percent of nearly $15 billion in federal funding received after Superstorm Sandy and intended to help recovery and boost resiliency. Video ABC7NY
The New Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky in his inauguration today urged the officials to hang not his portrait in their […]
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United States Attorney General William Barr testifies about special counsel Robert Mueller’s report before the Senate Judiciary Committee. . Fox […]
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