New York City’s curfew—prompted this week by ongoing protests over police brutality and ostensibly meant to curb looting in the city—has been extended through the beginning of next week and will be bumped up to 8:00 p.m.
An executive order states that the curfew, which was implemented Monday and began at 11 p.m., has been bumped up by three hours after officials said looting continued last night.
New York City is one of the most exciting and resilient cities on the world. However, the coronavirus, economic downturn, and race riots have reduced residents quality of life. New York's energy and spirit have been dimmed. And some speculate that under Bill de Blasio's "incompetent" leader it may never return. Michael Goodwin of the New York Post argues that Mayor de Blasio's leadership is so bad he will steer the city to irreversible ruin.
Former fixer and personal attorney to President Donald Trump, Michael Cohen has been photographed most likely breaking his terms of parole. According to Business Insider, Cohen and his wife were spotted dining with another couple at the New York City restaurant, Le Bilboquet. Cohen is serving a three-year sentence for tax evasion, bank fraud, campaign-finance violations, and lying to Congress.