NEW YORK – COVIS 19, VIOLENCE , CUOMO AND DE BLASIO
Acting Deputy Secretary of Homeland Security Ken Cuccinelli talks to FOX Business’ Elizabeth MacDonald regarding protests and President Trump threatening to pull federal money from some cities. #NewYork, #Violence, #Cuomo, #DeBlasio, #Midtown, #USA Fox Business News Video,
State Department spokesperson Morgan Ortagus talks to FOX Business’ Lou Dobbs about the U.S. imposing new restrictions on Chinese diplomats. #USA , #China , #AmericanDiplomat, #WeHaveTheSameRights, #AmericanDiplimats , #ChinesDipomats , #MidtownNYC,
Student Journalist Told To Resign from Management Position After Jacob Blake Tweet. The board of directors of Blaze Radio at Arizona State University announced Monday it had voted to remove the station manager, student broadcaster Rae’Lee Klein, from her position for sharing important facts about the Aug. 23 police shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wisconsin.
A viral video showed Blake, who is black, being shot in the back seven times by a white officer after he resisted arrest and attempted to get into his car.
A veteran who rescued a puppy from overseas is pleading for help after a paperwork mix-up means the dog could be sent back to Jordan where her fate remains unknown. Harley landed at JFK Airport on Aug. 24 and is considered a service dog for emotional support to deal with the effect of war. The 1-year-old dog’s entry was denied by authorities at JFK who cited invalid vaccination paperwork when she arrived. Officials say the invalid paperwork was only the result of a minor mistake which has since been corrected in an appeal by Paws of War, a Long Island-based organization that matches rescue dogs with veterans. Now the organization working together with local representatives to help bring Harley home. Eyewitness News video.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo fired back for a second straight day at President Donald Trump’s order to the federal government to start defunding New York City. President Trump came out firing Thursday in response to the governor’s criticism of his handling of the coronavirus in the country. “He’s been tweeting up a storm,” Cuomo said on Thursday, going on to call Trump a bully. “You can’t bully New Yorkers. We just don’t get bullied. We don’t respond well to it.” President Trump ordered the federal government to begin the process of defunding New York City, Washington DC, Seattle and Portland claiming officials allowed “lawless” protests. Eyewitness News ABC7NY New York video.
TRUMP – NO MONEY TO SANCTUARY CITIES ! New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is slamming President Donald Trump after he ordered the federal government to start defunding New York City. In a scathing statement Wednesday night, Cuomo said from the point of view of NYC, President Donald Trump is the worst president in history amid his threats to defund the city. President Donald Trump ordered the the federal government to begin the process of defunding New York City, Washington DC, Seattle and Portland claiming officials allowed “lawless” protests. The president said his administration “will do everything in its power to prevent weak mayors and lawless cities from taking federal dollars while they let anarchists harm people, burn buildings, and ruin lives and businesses.”
QAnon, Deep State and Fake Media… Followers believe the baseless idea that a secret network of celebrities and politicians is working to promote its evil agenda. Some Republicans running for office have expressed support for it. ABC News News video.
With many students starting the school year online, concerns are growing over possible cyber attacks. Classes and meetings have already been hacked by online intruders. As CBS2’s Jessica Layton reports, that’s not all you have to watch out for. CBS New York News video.
Some New York City lawmakers are pushing for indoor dining in the city, and some restaurant owners are now filing a class action lawsuit. The suit is seeking $2 billion in damages, alleging the state is violating the constitutional rights of the owners of more than 150,000 New York City restaurants, many of which have already closed permanently. One restaurant in Queens argues customers can walk blocks away into Nassau County if they want to eat indoors. Il Bacco on Northern Boulevard say it is unfair that indoor dining is illegal in Little Neck, but legal just a few blocks east in Great Neck, on Long Island.