Ja Rule took the time to speak up for New Yorkers recently in a protest against New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA). According to New York Daily News, 80% of NYCHA’s public housing residents lost heat or hot water at some point this past winter. At a rally outside City Hall, Ja Rule joined […]

According to the NYPD, there have been at least 43 bias-related attacks since the election, compared to 20 during the same period of time last year.


Just days after former President Bill Clinton used his White privilege to lecture Black Lives Matter protesters, Hillary Clinton engaged in her own faux pas regarding, well, African-Americans.

On September 9, tennis star James Blake became the victim of racial profiling after an NYPD police officer mistook him for a criminal, tackled him to the ground, and threw handcuffs on him - all while James was casually texting and standing outside his NYC hotel.

Spike Lee has made quite an impact on New York City culture with his extensive film success, and now he has reached another milestone. The director announced that Mayor De Blasio has decided to rename Stuyvesant Avenue, between Lexington and Quincy, ‘Do The Right Thing Way,’ in honor of his classic movie, effective August 10th. […]

A New York City police officer is in critical condition after being shot in the head in Queens last night. According to CNN: Officer Brian Moore of the New York City Police Department’s Anti-Crime Unit was being treated at Jamaica Hospital Medical Center, where he had emergency surgery, Police Commissioner Bill Bratton told reporters Saturday. A […]

After many cops were reportedly falling asleep during retraining, the NYPD has instilled a cult classic to show them how to be nice. A scene from the ’80s hit Road House starring the late Patrick Swayze has been shown to officers during the three-day retraining course. The clip centers on Swayze’s character telling his bouncers to […]

It’s true. The blizzard of 2015, the “life-threatening” storm dubbed Juno by meteorologists, didn’t live up to its hype in the city that never sleeps. The 2-3 feet New Yorkers were promised never came. In its place, less than 10 inches fell to the ground — a fault of Mother Nature’s (not Mayor Bill de […]

The “life-threatening” and “historic” blizzard New Yorkers hunkered down for reared its head Monday evening, but pulled back just when meteorologists thought it would deliver its promised Day After Tomorrow wrath. And people expecting to get their Jake Gyllenhaal on weren’t very happy with New York City officials for preparing for the worst. We’re not kidding. […]

UPDATE: 2:30 PM EST If you’re on the East Coast between New Jersey and Massachusetts, this is for you. Go home. Now. NY Mayor Bill de Blasio says all non-emergency vehicles must be off roads as of 11 pm tonight http://t.co/Rf3qdtYUir — Breaking News (@BreakingNews) January 26, 2015 There will be limited @MTA subway service […]

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is focused on looking past recent police protests following the deaths of two NYPD officers in December. De Blasio is refusing to apologize to enraged NYPD union leaders – mainly Patrick Lynch – who has targeted the mayor on several different occasions for how he handled protests spurred by Eric […]

Patrick Lynch, president of the NYPD Patrolman’s Benevolent Association, continued to slam mayor Bill de Blasio during an interview with NPR’s “All Things Considered” on Tuesday. Lynch has targeted the mayor since the assassinations of NYPD officers Rafael Ramos and Wenjian Liu in December. The union president previously stated de Blasio had “blood on his hands” regarding the officers’ […]