NY Inhabitants Express Concern after The Indian Point Nuclear Power Plant Explosion

NY Inhabitants Express Concern after The Indian Point Nuclear Power Plant Explosion

New York inhabitants express concern after the Indian Point Nuclear Power plant explosion which occurred on Sunday afternoon. Their worries are, according to the recent investigations, well-grounded as great part of the Hudson River was covered by oil slicks. The explosion took place on Sunday afternoon 40 miles away from the New City. Recent reports confirm that no one has been hurt during … [Read more...]

Humpback Whales Are Returning To New York Waters


Whale watchers have said that record numbers of humpback whales are returning to New York waters. The whales are swimming within just a mile of the Rockaway peninsula in Queens. Director of the Ocean Giants program at the Wildlife Conservation Society, Howard Rosenbaum said that the fact that some of the most charismatic and largest animals ever to exist on the planet Earth are swimming within … [Read more...]

New York City Wi-Fi Hubs Instead of Payphones from 2015


New York City will implement a highly ambitious idea that will bring its inhabitants and visitors one of the most desired service, gigabit Wi-Fi. The municipality plans to replace the antiqued payphone boots with high-tech multifunctional hubs. Three of the booths, however, will be maintained as souvenirs. The idea has been floating around for years, but the administration placed a call only … [Read more...]

Amazon to Open Physical Store in New York

Amazon to Open Physical Store

Amazon, one of the oldest online stores, plans on opening a physical store in New York, according to the Wall Street Journal. Amazon began as an online bookstore almost 20 years ago. Jeff Bezos set up the online store particularly because he wanted to take advantage of the new business opportunities offered by the Internet. But now competition is tighter than ever. EBay has long been the main … [Read more...]

Climate Change March Gathers 300.000 People in New York

Climate Change March

Around 300.000 people are marching in New York against climate change is what is believed to be the largest environmental protest in history. The two miles long ‘People’s Climate March’ took off at 11:30 AM. The event takes place while more than 100 world leaders gathered in New York under United Nations auspices to talk once again about our troubled future. Another critical announcement makes … [Read more...]

New York Gets Ready for UN Climate Change Summit

New York Gets Ready for Climate Change Summit

Climate change has been linked to human activity by virtually the entire scientific community. The main concern is that the changes will affect our lives in the coming decades through a number of concrete manifestations following the constant temperature increase. To combat the dangerous effects determined by climate change, a number of international large scale meetings have taken place in the … [Read more...]

New Yorker Alleged to Have Aided and Recruited ISIS Militants


An upstate New York man has been accused by authorities of having attempted to recruit and aid militants for the Islamic State extremists currently wreaking havoc in Syria and Iraq. According to officials, the 30 year old Mufid Elfgeeh, was indicted by a federal grand jury on the charges of attempting to provide material and financial support to the extremist group cold Islamic State. As the … [Read more...]

Price Deception Allegations Finally Settled in Wal-Mart Case


A settlement has been reached in the Wal-Mart case concerning false advertising claims. Accoridng to Attorney General Eric Schneiderman’s office, the retailer had been continuously selling Coca-Cola 12-bottle packs at inflated prices to New Yorkers. Instead of the Coca-Cola advertised price of $3,00, Wal-Mart had been charging $3.50 for 12-packs of Coca-Cola. The pricing gaffe cost the retailer … [Read more...]

Mother of Abandoned NYC Subway Baby Needs Professional Help


A shocking case of maternal abandon recently brought grief to the hearts of America. The case involves 20 year-old Frankea Dabbs, who chose to leave the stroller containing her 7-month old daughter Mylanea on the platform of the Columbus Circle subway station in NYC. Dabbs had been traveling with her baby on a 1 train from uptown. After abandoning the stroller, she continued on with her journey. … [Read more...]

Marijuana Possession Will not Be Prosecuted in Brooklyn


A statement released to the press on Tuesday, by the District Attorney’s Office in Brooklyn, is likely bringing great joy to all marijuana enthusiasts in the Brooklyn district of NYC. According to the document, signed by D.A. Kenneth Thompson, those caught in possession of small amounts of marijuana will not be prosecuted if they have no previous criminal records. Even though they might be … [Read more...]