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Trump Wants To Defund New York City, Washington D.C. And Portland

September 3, 2020

You have heard of “Defunding The Police”  But, have you heard of Defunding a City?   Well, President Trump wanted to defund New York City, Washington D.C. and Portland. According to the New York Post, Trump had ordered federal agencies to figure out how they could strip funding from New York City in response to a […]

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September Dates For Foodlink’s Emergency Food Supply Boxes

September 2, 2020

Foodlink is preparing tens of thousands of these boxes — ranging in size, weight and contents — and distributing them through new distribution channels and community partners throughout the region. In addition, boxes of perishable goods (produce, dairy, meat) are provided through the Nourish NY initiative, and the USDA’s Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (CFAP). All […]

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Airlines Drop Change Fee’s In Hopes It Will Increase Air Travel

September 1, 2020

In an attempt to boost sales and help customers feel more inclined to travel, airline companies like United Airlines, Delta Air Lines and American Airlines have announced they will be waving change fees. United CEO Scott Kirby released a video statement that said: “It’s no secret that the coronavirus pandemic has had a historic economic […]

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The 2nd Stimulus Check – What’s Taking So Long?

August 31, 2020

The coronavirus pandemic is still affecting millions American’s ability to earn an income. Even people with jobs are struggling to get by, now that they need to afford child care as schools are slowly re-opening with limited in person teaching. The government has thrown around the idea another stimulus check, but lawmakers are deadlocked and […]

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Lord & Taylor Announces Immediate Closure Of All Stores

August 28, 2020

Lord & Taylor, the first department store established in the United states, has announced that it is closing its doors for good. After almost 200 years in business, the company let its customers and shareholders know that its 38 remaining stores and website will be having liquidations sales. Lord & Taylor’s chief restructuring officer Ed […]

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Biggie and Tupac Items Part of the 1st Hip-Hop Auction

August 26, 2020

Two prized items from The Notorious B.I.G. and Tupac Shaku will be apart of the first-ever hip-hop auction by Sotheby’s. The auction features 120 lots and showcases. With everything from iconic artifacts, contemporary and fine art, one-of-a-kind experiences, to rare flyers and posters. Monica Lynch, the former president of Tommy Boy Records in the ’90s, co-organized […]

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5 Million Laptop Computer Shortage Just Before Back To School

August 24, 2020

Back to “On-line Learning” school this fall has a problem. The country is facing a shortages and long delays, on laptops and other equipment needed for online learning. And it could take of up to several months for more to come in from China. In some cases exacerbated by Trump administration sanctions on Chinese suppliers. The […]

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Naomi Osaka & Serena Williams Top Highest Paid Female Athletes in 2020

August 20, 2020

Naomi Osaka has passed Serena Williams as the Highest Paid Female Athlete in 2020. Osaka and Williams remain tennis’ only female superstars, with Osaka setting a record for female athletes this year, beating the earnings record set by Maria Sharapova in 2015 when she earned $29.7 million and unseating Williams, who held the No. 1 […]

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DIY Projects Led To Lowe’s and Home Depot’s Highest Growth In 10 Year

August 18, 2020

DIY or (Do-It-Yourself) home renovations have surged during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Meaning big business for both Home Depot and Lowe’s. According to US News and World Report, Lowe’s Co Inc is expected to edge past rival Home Depot with what could be its biggest growth in quarterly same-store sales in at least a decade. Sellers […]

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New Yorkers Will Get Max SNAP Benefits In August

August 13, 2020

SNAP benefit recipients in New York State that have not received the maximum amount of benefits will get them by the end of August. The Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance will automatically issue emergency supplemental SNAP benefits. The reason for the emergency benefits is because of the pandemic. The benefits will go to households […]

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