New York City Mayor Eric Adams' solution to a rise in gun violence in NYC is to unleash a previously-dismantled special plainclothes police unit that has been accused of racial profiling to target guns and street gangs.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams is under heavy criticism for saying, "My low-skilled workers, my cooks, my dishwashers, my messengers, my shoe-shine people, those who work at Dunkin' Donuts—they don't have the academic skills to sit in the corner office."
New York City moved closer to electing its second-ever Black mayor after Eric Adams was on Tuesday night declared the winner of last month's Democratic primary.
Though the count was a dry run in preparation for the formal count expected to take place in a few weeks, the discrepancy heightened fears of the rank-choice voting system during last week's primary.
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