Attorney General James Reaches $230 Million Settlement For Treatment And Prevention Of Opioid Crisis

NY Attorney General Letitia James today announced an agreement with Johnson & Johnson (J&J) — that will deliver up to $230 million to NYers from Harlem to the Hudson. Continue Reading →

Espaillat Leads Delegation Urging Biden-Harris Administration To Prioritize Caribbean And Central America Countries

Harlem Rep. Adriano Espaillat released the following statement in support of the letter he leads with several of his congressional colleagues urging the Biden-Harris administration to share excess stock of AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccines. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Espaillat Urge Biden To Prioritize Caribbean And Central America Countries For Vaccine

Representative Adriano Espaillat released the following statement in support of a letter he leads with several of his congressional colleagues urging the Biden-Harris administration to share excess stock of AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccines. Continue Reading →

Johnson & Johnson Shares Drop After Jury Delivers $29 Million Baby Powder Verdict

Fresh off its corporate rebranding campaign to make baby powder more appealing to millennials, Johnson & Johnson is once again facing scrutiny over whether the product is contaminated with asbestos and affecting users from Harlem to Hollywood. Continue Reading →

New York City Adds CVS, Walmart, Sackler Family Members To Its Opioid Lawsuit

With a number of CVS stores in Harlem, the city Law Department said Wednesday it has added the drug store chains CVS, Walmart, Walgreens, and Rite Aid as defendants in the lawsuit.

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Harlem, Is It Time To Ditch All Powdered Makeup (Talcum Powder) From Harlem To Harare?

To attempt contouring, the Kardashian-esque art of using heavy makeup to sculpt the face shape, M.A.C. Cosmetics (on 125th Street in Harlem) directs shoppers to a shimmery powder that’s formulated with something it describes as “M.A.C. Mineral Complex.” Continue Reading →


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