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City Council approves zoning changes to legalize casinos in the Big Apple

City Council Speaker Adrienne Adams (left) helped pass a zoning text amendment to allow casinos in certain corners of the city. Thursday, April 18, 2024. Credit John McCarten/NYC Council Media…

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Congressional members on Tuesday unveiled a coin collection dedicated to the life and legacy of abolitionist Harriet Tubman. U.S. Rep. Joyce Beatty, D-Ohio, told theGrio that congressional members are “excited”…

Cannabis enforcement deal is locked down in N.Y. State budget

A legislative package boosting New York City in its battle against the estimated 2,500 unlicensed cannabis shops operating citywide has been secured in state budget negotiations, lawmakers said Wednesday. The…

Hit the mullahs and hit ’em hard, Israel — and 5 key takeaways from Iran’s failed attack

Joe Biden’s timid advice for restraint notwithstanding, there’s zero doubt that Israel will retaliate against Iran. The mad mullahs’ attack last weekend aimed to kill thousands of Israelis, and they…

Alejandro Mayorkas impeachment articles delivered to Senate

House Republicans Tuesday delivered articles of impeachment against Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas to the Senate, but the Democratic-led upper chamber planned to promptly reject what they deride as a…

Incidents of antisemitism reached record levels in 2023: Anti-Defamation League

Devorah Halberstam and Rivkie Feiner speak at the ADL summit “Never is Now” about antisemitism in the Orthodox Jewish community. Photo by Gabriele Holtermann Sign up for our amNewYork email…

Biden’s only strategy is to ‘give away more stuff’: veteran political strategist

Walking the party plank Ed Rollins, a forever strategist, possibly starting with Thomas Jefferson, says: “Politics needs strategy. An old boxer, I don’t intimidate easily. First, analyze your candidate. Anticipate…

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U.S. Rep. Glenn Ivey, D-Md., told theGrio that he is “surprised” that the FBI has launched a criminal investigation into the ship that crashed into the Francis Scott Key Bridge…

Brooklyn council member introduces slate of bills to protect tenants after residential fires • Brooklyn Paper

Sign up for our Brooklyn Paper email newsletter to get news, updates, and local insights delivered straight to your inbox! When she first took office in January 2022, Council Member…

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Vice President Kamala Harris celebrated historically Black colleges and universities with the cast of sitcom “A Different World” as the White House promoted their efforts to reduce the burden of…