"But at the end of the day it's an oven and I'm lucky to have it. I can't complain," he said.
The pink moon occurs once a year, but this particular lunar event was extra special because it was also a supermoon, the closest the moon comes to Earth in its elliptic orbit
Liam Enea said the photos were taken by his great aunt, who lived in an apartment at 310 Greenwich Street in New York City. Her terrace faced south toward the World Trade Center.
The 61-year-old Chinese immigrant was attacked from behind on Friday night and repeatedly kicked while laying motionless on the ground.
The trop helps amplify voices of the girls and women displaced by domestic violence, sky-high rents, low wages, and housing discrimination, and give them a senes of stability and community.
Emotions were running high across America following the guilty verdict for ex-police officer Derek Chauvin over the killing of George Floyd.
The letter sent by Andrew Gutmann explained why he decided not to let his daughter enroll in the $54,000 per year New York private school.
Yang, an entrepreneur, first announced his candidacy for New York City mayor in January. He first rose to fame following his 2020 run for president, but lost in the Democratic primaries.
Police arrested the man after he entered the subway station and placed his AK-47 firearm on the ground. An Instagram video showed him walking around the city with the gun in his backpack.
Bystanders quickly intervened after an Asian man was attacked on a city street in the middle of the day.
With 51,000 more students set to return to in-person learning in New York City, the total number of students in classrooms of the country's largest school district is still low.
The art museum in New York City is one of the world's largest and most notable.
The video shared to the Staten Island bar's Facebook page shows one of the owners ripping up summonses and questioning deputies.
The woman was attacked on March 22 in Brooklyn, police said.
A plain-clothes NYPD officer stopped the attack in the city's Chinatown after a woman told salon workers, "You brought coronavirus to this country."
Some COVID-19 restrictions, including mask mandates, were gradually eased from 2020 as well as in recent months this year.
Over 1,800 volunteers have reportedly offered to escort Asian American pedestrians in New York City's Chinatown neighborhood amid a wave of anti-Asian hate crimes in the city.
While it is unclear exactly where the incident took place, the video appears to show the group gathered outside the Balthazar restaurant, as the name can be seen on the awnings. Newsweek reached out to the Balthazar restaurant for comment but did not receive a response in time for publication.
The 30-year-old was released from state prison in February for charges that included attempted murder.
A year after COVID-19 forced the companies to shift to remote operations, a survey shows the majority of New York City's 1.6 million commuters is still homebound.
A recent report found New York City had seen an 833 percent annual increase in reported anti-Asian hate crimes during the pandemic.
The suspect was allegedly seen in a viral video kicking a 65-year-old woman in the stomach, and then repeatedly kicking her once she fell to the ground.
A recent attack on an Asian American woman, and the indifferent reaction of a nearby witness, is reminding many on social media of Kitty Genovese, a young woman who was killed in 1964.
One New York hospital has repeatedly billed patients thousands of dollars for coronavirus testing that typically costs less than $200.
The incident trails a series of similar hateful and violent acts targeting Asian American people across the U.S. recently.
"We continue to see these horrible, disgusting attacks on Asian American New Yorkers and it's got to end," the New York City mayor said.
In the footage, a suspect is seen choking a man until he passes out.