New York City

Anti-Trump protests continue in cities across United States

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Anti-Trump protests continued across the country on Thursday.Read more

Times Square billboards going dark to support coronavirus business interruption claims

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Several states have proposed legislation to force insurance companies to pay coronavirus claims.Read more

96-year-old veteran nearly gives up on life, then meets his Hoosier social worker

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As licensed social worker from Muncie, Captain Eric Dungan was determined not to let a fellow Army soldier quit.Read more


Cuomo lifts ban on groups in New York, and NYC beaches open

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The governor signed an order late Friday allowing people to assemble in groups of 10 or fewer if they maintain social distance or wear masks when they can't....Read more

Report: NY doctor who insisted on working frontlines dies of COVID-19

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Dr. James A. Mahoney, 62, refused to leave even as physicians near his age stopped seeing patients out of concern for their own health.Read more

A New York woman who was born during the Spanish Flu pandemic has survived COVID-19

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101-year-old Angelina Friedman was born on a passenger ship taking immigrants from Italy to New York City in 1918.Read more

'It feels like it’s not real': Arkansas nurse in New York City shares powerful testimony from ICU

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A month ago, the mom of two had no idea she would drop everything and leave her life in Fayetteville, Ark. to answer the call for help in New York City.Read more

2 Indy women road trip to New York delivering much-needed cargo

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Julie Radford and Alexis Wise made a 24-hour roundtrip to New York City this week, but it wasn't a joyride.Read more

Here's what it's like inside a New York emergency room treating COVID-19

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More than 900 people have died in Westchester, which had an early outbreak in neighboring New Rochelle in March before Yonkers became a hot spot.Read more


This 16-year-old spends weekends teaching seniors to use the internet. Now, his work is more important than ever.

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New Yorker Jordan Mittler keep seniors connected in quarantine with his weekly computer and smartphone classes.Read more

Carmel company provides thousands of test kits to NYC as Indiana faces shortage

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Aria Diagnostics donated 50,000 COVID-19 test kits to New York City, with an agreement to sell 50,000 more to the city in the coming weeks.Read more