Kitchen devices resembling bombs cause havoc for New York commuters
Friday, 16 August 2019 Kitchen appliances resembling pressure cookers were left in two Manhattan locations on Friday, disrupting automobile and subway travel during the morning rush hour before police deemed them harmless and began investigating the possibility of a hoax.
A man who created chaos in a New York City subway station has been apprehended by police. According to Reuters, the man left two kitchen appliances resembling pressure cookers in a subway station. It caused turmoil for commuters during Friday morning’s rush hour. The man was caught on camera...
The tell-all book that President Trump and his brother, Robert Trump have been trying to block is closer to being published. On Wednesday, a New York court lifted the temporary restraining order against Simon & Schuster. The decision allows the publisher to move forward with printing copies of the book and shipping them to stores. According to HuffPost the President and his younger brother had been vehemently trying to block the publishing of the book.
[NFA] As the United States reported its biggest one-day spike since the start of the pandemic, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said he was not going ahead with a plan to allow indoor restaurant dining from July 6. This report produced by Yahaira Jacquez.
Dr. Arabia Mollette of Brookdale University Hospital Medical Center, Dr. Jennifer Haythe of Columbia University Medical Center and Dr. Allon Mordel, medical director at K Health, share what they've remembered most in the fight against the virus and what they will carry with them.
Jean Kennedy Smith, the last surviving sibling of late President John F. Kennedy has died. According to CNN, Kennedy Smith died on Wednesday. Kennedy Smith's daughter shared that her mother passed away at home in Manhattan. Born the eighth of nine children, Kennedy Smith was labeled “the shy Kennedy,” She served as U.S. ambassador to Ireland in the 90s and played a crucial role in the Northern Irish peace process. Kennedy Smith was 92 years old.