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AFTER THE D.C. National Guard was used to forcefully clear peaceful protesters from Lafayette Square last summer so that President Trump could stage a photo op, legislation was introduced in Congress that would have given D.C.’s mayor authority over the National Guard and repeal the president’s authority to federalize the D.C. police.
New York Members of Congress joined Mayor Bill de Blasio on the steps of City Hall Saturday morning to demand the immediate removal of President Donald Trump after he encouraged a mob of his supporters to storm the Capitol earlier this week, calling the event “an act of sedition.”
Incoming Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer of Brooklyn said Thursday he supports the immediate removal of Donald Trump from the presidency following Wednesday’s attack upon the U.S. Capitol by a mob of the outgoing president’s supporters.
On Wednesday afternoon, Representative Carolyn Maloney of New York was watching the debate to finalize Joe Biden’s election as president of the United States when everything changed.
American girls and women need not wait much longer to see a Smithsonian museum telling their story on Washington, D.C.’s National Mall.
The federal government has finally released an obscure 232-page government document central to the Biden administration's efforts to get its team in place by Inauguration Day.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Wednesday announced the grand opening of Moynihan Train Hall, a 255,000-square-foot train hall withing the historic James A. Farley Building that will be a new gateway into Penn Station.