Kay Dervishi

How should New York approach reopening schools?
Experts say more federal funding will be needed to implement any plans to open schools safely.
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Assembly District 38 candidate Jenifer Rajkumar.
Tracking the winners and losers in each district.
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Absentee ballots at the Albany Board of Elections.
Assembly districts are among the first to get counted.
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Mayor Bill de Blasio delivers remarks at the Christian Cultural Center’s PPE and food distribution.
Advocates say the cuts will disproportionately affect small grassroots organizations.
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The spike in absentee voting due to COVID-19 has caused delays in New York Election results.
The Board of Elections has set its timeline to finally start counting absentee ballots.
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AIDS rally NYC
Survivors of the HIV/AIDS crisis see similarities in the fears and stigma of the current health crisis.
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The NYPD arresting protestors in Manhattan on June 5th.
The tab will tell you whatever its police sources say, other facts notwithstanding.
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A crowded bar in Hells Kitchen on June 13th.
Crowds have been gathering on streets outside bars in Manhattan. Weirdly, the cops haven’t beaten them up.
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New York State Senate Deputy Majority Leader Michael Gianaris (right) and NYS Senate Deputy Counsel Eric Katz walk to the Senate chamber after a rules meeting during session on June 10th.
The coronavirus pandemic has added a new variable to contentious races in the June 23 legislative primaries.
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Defunding the NYPD could mean more well rounded solutions to addressing homelessness.
Advocates have pushed for the money to go toward youth initiatives, mental health outreach and more.
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