Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced highlights of the FY 2022 Enacted Budget to reimagine, rebuild and renew New York in the wake of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Daily Archives: April 6, 2021
The USS Johnston, captained by Ernest Evans – the first Native American in the Navy to be awarded the Medal of Honor, was sunk during World War II while in combat by multiple Japanese Vessels. For the first time since it disappeared below the waves, we received a full view of the sunken ship.
Renee Dion Kauffman had taken a trip with her family from their home in South Carolina to Florida to visit relatives. If only she knew how her return trip would include a tire change that went viral, causing a massive Kiddush Hashem.
The IRS is mailing out “probably thousands” of threatening letters that warn taxpayers their property is about to be seized for unpaid taxes — even though the government already got its money.
In honor of the annual cycle of learning Meseches Sotah during the days of Sefirah, kovetz Chassidus Meluketes, a remarkable compilation of Chassidus and Kabbalah on Daf Tes of Sotah has been published.
A special permit was obtained from Moscow’s municipality, and the children of the community brought to a special greenhouse full of fruit trees in Moscow’s Botanical Gardens. This garden is the oldest in all of Russia and has been working for the last 315 years.
There is not a significant risk of catching the coronavirus from an infected surface or object, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said in a coronavirus guidance update on Monday.
Yahoo Answers — perhaps the internet’s largest repository of stupid questions — is on its last leg. Yahoo plans to shut down the question-and-answer message board for good in May, ending a nearly 16-year run.
The IRS announced last week that some Americans will see additional funds hit their bank accounts in the form of “plus up” payments.
Israeli security forces foiled an attempted terror attack west of Jerusalem early Tuesday morning. The soldiers opened fire and, according to an IDF spokesperson, eliminated the threat.
In a statement to Department of Homeland Security employees, Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas said that he may restart border wall construction to plug what he called “gaps” in the current barrier, according to a report from the Washington Times.
Infielder and pitcher Elie Kligman has been running the bases as long as he can remember. One of the top-ranked youth players in Nevada, the eighteen-year-old has competed at all levels, but when the sun goes down on Friday, Elie is not on the field.
Rivlin announced Tuesday afternoon that he has decided to grant Netanyahu a mandate for the premiership, following consultations with representatives of parties from the incoming 24th Knesset.
After a long year without the ability to apply for a passport in person, the Passport Office at the Brooklyn Public Library is slated to reopen next week.
This coming Monday, the 30th of Nissan (April 12th) will be the last day to make Birchas Hailanos, the blessing recited over blossoming fruit trees in the spring.