New York City’s population drain in 2020 occurred not only in wealthy Manhattan enclaves but in less well-off neighborhoods across the five boroughs, according to a new report by real-estate firm CBRE. And although the market has begun to modestly rebound, experts say luring people back won’t be easy. Among the most-walloped areas were high-revenue-generating… Continue reading at New York Post
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The trial of Derek Chauvin and the shootings of Adam Toledo and Daunte Wright have renewed the spotlight on the inadequate nature of police training. ...