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N.Y. senators tout monetary help coming to the state, Biden set to reverse many Trump orders when he takes office and a man is shot and killed at a recording studio.
N.Y. AG sues NYPD over George Floyd protest response, $2B in COVID-19 relief coming to N.Y., Schumer says and NYPD receives tips on right-wing extremists.
Donald Trump becomes first president to be impeached twice, military personnel amass at Capitol and Nets acquire James Harden.
An innocent teen bystander is shot dead by a fleeing gunman, de Blasio announces Citi Field as vaccine location, vaccine eligible categories expand and an MTA worker charged following Capitol insurrection.
Cuomo says N.Y. will win ‘war’ against COVID as he outlines 2021 policy agenda, FBI warns of attack threats ahead of inauguration and ‘SoHo Karen’ Miya Ponsetto backs off apology
Schumer warns of right-wing extremist violence ahead of inauguration, a woman jumps off a building while holding her daughter and AOC says Trump is too dangerous to remain in office.
Pelosi, Schumer call for 'immediate' removal of President Trump, N.Y. Democratic Party leader calls for resignation of N.Y. Republicans who backed bid to block Biden and Mets make a blockbuster deal.
Pro-Trump rioters storm Capitol building, causing evacuation of lawmakers certifying election results. One woman was shot dead.
Cuomo announces vaccination plan, a Columbia VP accused of sexual abuse of child and appeals judges rule NYC can't remove homeless men from hotel.
The COVID-19 UK strain comes to New York, Cuomo blasts NYC for vaccine pace and the first nurse to be vaccinated receives her final dose.
A hard-working mother fatally shot in Queens, Trump makes unhinged call to Georgia asking to 'find' votes and U.S. reaches 350K COVID-19 deaths.
New York Daily News, December 30, 2020
New York's sharp COVID spikes, new protections for renters and owners, and lawsuit from restaurant owners. Local crime includes Ghislaine Maxwell's failed bail bid, and a viral racist attack allegation at a modern Soho hotel.
The coronavirus deaths, hospitalization and infection rates climb in New York, crime continues, the Jets lose big with a new win and a new transit hub ends 2021 on a high note for New York City.
Andrew Yang enters the mayor race, another EMT dies of COVID-19 while EMTs begin vaccination and a 'Sex in the City' reboot reportedly eyed.
Dr. Fauci speaks with the Daily News about the return of NYC and the vaccine, a driver runs over a woman and her grandson then returns to watch and Cuomo calls for tests on new strain from UK.
Sen. Schumer touts relief money for N.Y., the Moderna vaccine arrives in NYC and an FDNY truck crashes through a storefront.
"Brain drain" at the MTA, an illegal party shut down in Queens and a man shot dead on Staten Island.
NYC gets blanketed in snow, other parts of the state set records and Henrik Lundqvist makes a shocking announcement.
A nor'easter blankets New York in snow, a mob boss dies from COVID-19 and the MTA plans on receiving monetary relief.
NYC prepares for a major snowstorm, coronavirus shutdowns remain possible and a subway fight leads to a broken arm.
The first non-trial vaccine in the U.S. is administered to a nurse in Queens, Cuomo warns of a full shutdown and Joe Biden is confirmed as winner of presidential election by the Electoral College.
Vaccines start to ship, a former Cuomo adviser accuses him of sexual harassment and a crash leaves two dead.
An NYC Transit worker charged with faking OT resigns, NYC hits COVID testing records and the Knicks hit the court for the first time since March.
Vaccines are on the way, Biden's electors will meet in Albany and an insurance fraud scheme is exposed.
Vaccines are coming to NYC, a tax on package deliveries to benefit the MTA is proposed and four Corrections officers charged for parking placard abuses.
Sen. Schumer calls for elimination of federal student debt up to $50K per person, Cuomo warns of possible dining closures and the Jets fire their defensive coordinator.
A defiant pub owner slams his car into a sheriff's deputy while trying to avoid arrest, NYC politicans call for an orange zone and the Jets avoid victory for 0-12.
MTA workers charges with raking in thousands in overtime fraud, Cuomo shows how vaccines will be delivered and a Staten Island man convicted of murdering his parents granted new trial.
A $2.1M 'anchor baby' fraud, vaccines coming to N.Y. and some NYC schools set to open next week.