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Coronavirus Live Updates: Trump Pushes for Schools to ReopenThe president's push for a return to classrooms comes as the number of cases tops 3 million in the U.S. Some governments are backtracking on tracing apps.

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Amy Cooper's 911 Call, and What's Happened SinceThe white woman who called police on a Black bird watcher in Central Park is facing charges.

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Mulberry Street Closes, Gets More Outdoor Dining SpaceMulberry Street in Little Italy is now one of several stretches of city roadbed that is closed to car traffic in an effort to support outdoor dining for local restaurants.

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Martin Scorsese Co-Directing Documentary on New York Dolls Singer David JohansenThe life of David Johansen - flamboyant lead singer of the New York Dolls and Buster Poindexter - is now the subject of a new documentary.

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LPC Rescinds Beth Hamedrash Hagadol Landmarking, Paving Way for Towering DevelopmentOn Mother's Day in 2017, a teenaged arsonist torched Beth Hamedrash Hagadol. Three years later, the smoldering Norfolk Street site is no longer a city.

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Island Heights, N.J. A 'Magical Place' That's a Step Out of TimeFounded in the 19th century as a Methodist camp meeting site, this Ocean County borough retains an old-fashioned feeling, even as newcomers move in.

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New York City's Community Refrigerators Offer Free Food for Those in NeedFor many New Yorkers, healthy meals are hard to come by these days. Now activists are stocking refrigerators for those in need.

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The Cafe Has Black Lives Matter Signs. The Owner Voted for Trump."I'm a liberal guy," said Thomas Bosco, who is facing backlash after he said in an MSNBC interview that he voted for the president in 2016 and was likely to do so again.

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At Defund Police Encampment, The Homeless Find Food and ShelterIt's been two weeks since protesters demanding police reform took up residence in a public plaza outside City Hall.

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Mary Kay Letourneau dead of cancer at 58Mary Kay Letourneau - the former Washington state teacher who rose to infamy for having a sexual relationship with a sixth-grade student she later married - has died after suffering from cancer.

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New York Weather: CBS2 11 p.m. ForecastCBS2's Lonnie Quinn says thunderstorms could return to the area on Wednesday. Here's your 11 p.m.

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Gov. Cuomo, New York's nursing homes death are on you: GoodwinFor months, Gov. Andrew ­Cuomo has been desperate to find somebody, anybody, to blame for the nursing-home carnage he helped to cause.

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12-Year-Old Injured In Jersey City ShootingThree suspects were arrested in the incident. The child is expected to survive. CBS2's Kristine Johnson reports.

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Socially Distant Day Care Coming To NYC Next WeekThe New York City Department of Health voted to allow the businesses to reopen Monday, with strict safety guidelines in place.

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Police: Get To The MVC At 4 a.m. If You Want In WednesdayChaos ruled the day at Motor Vehicle Commission offices around New Jersey, with long lines and frayed nerves.

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Driver Clashes With Protesters In Time SquareAccording to police, protesters surrounded a driver and banged on his SUV near 42nd Street and Sixth Avenue.

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'Low-risk' sports are back in the game in New YorkCharlie Staversky loves playing baseball. He has been waiting for this week for several months, ever since the COVID pandemic upended most things.

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Ghislaine Maxwell's initial bail hearing, arraignment date setAn initial bail hearing and arraignment for alleged Jeffrey Epstein fixer Ghislaine Maxwell will be held via video conference early next week, a Manhattan federal court judge ordered Tuesday.

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Flash flood takes DoorDash driver through NJ drainage systemNathalia Bruno, 24, was making a delivery when her car got caught in deep waters Monday in Passaic, as a storm raged.

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Chief Justice John Roberts was hospitalized last month after head injuryChief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. was reportedly hospitalized overnight last month after he fell and injured his head at a Maryland country club.

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Derek Chauvin's wife wants both of their homes in divorceKellie Chauvin, 45, is asking for sole ownership of the couple's house in Oakdale, Minnesota, valued at $273,800, and their townhouse in Windermere, Florida, which is worth about $226,282, The Star Tribune reported.

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Texas blows past daily coronavirus recordTexas has blown past its record for daily new coronavirus cases, reporting 10,028 new cases on Tuesday.

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Violent Crime Is Surging Dramatically In Major Cities All Over America, by Michael SnyderThe above is probably the least surprising headline of the last few weeks. From Michael Snyder at At least 41 people were hit by gunfire in New York City during the holiday weekend, and this contin...

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New Tobacco law in effect for New York StateA new law prohibiting the use of tobacco coupons and multi-pack discounts went into effect in New York State on July 1.

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New Yorkers want to keep booze in post-coronavirus food deliveryNew Yorkers like getting booze with their take-out food and want to make the offering permanent after the coronavirus passes, according to a restaurant industry survey released Tuesday.

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New York adds Delaware, Kansas, Oklahoma to COVID-19 travel advisoryGov. Andrew Cuomo has ordered residents from three more hot-spot states for the coronavirus to quarantine for 14 days when entering New York to help curb the spread of the killer bug.

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RIOC Announces Temporary Pause Of Roosevelt Island Southpoint Park Shoreline Restoration Project To Provide Community With More InfoA Roosevelt Island resident asked yesterday: I'm trying to better understand the posters around talking about 320 trees being cut down in S...

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Black Lives Matter protesters face rare leak charge in IowaProsecutors in Iowa have filed a rarely used leak charge against Black Lives Matter protesters accused of stealing a confidential police document and displaying it during a television news broadcast.

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Hair OffToday was the day I had scheduled for my mom and I to go and get haircuts.

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OspreyIf you build it they will come. That is certainly the case with platforms and osprey.

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Floating movie theater with socially distant boats coming to ParisForget drive-ins — this is a movie you can swim to. A floating movie theater where people can watch from socially distant boats is coming to the Seine river in Paris next week.

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Fairway's Liquidation Sale on 125th Street Is In Full SwingFairway announced in legal papers that it expected to start closing its store on 125th Street and 12th Avenue last month, and now the liquidation sale is in full swing.

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California duo charged with hate crime for defacing BLM muralA California duo was charged with a hate crime for defacing a newly painted Black Lives Matter mural outside of a courthouse, officials announced Tuesday.

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Consumers Participate In 'Blackout Day' To Support Black-Owned BusinessesHempstead is one of the many towns around the country observing "Blackout Day" to support black-owned businesses.

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New York City shootings increased 130% in June compared to last yearThe violence continued into the July 4th weekend, as the NYPD reported 44 shooting incidents.

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N.J. Restaurant Owners Deal With Fallout From Delay Of Indoor Dining Restart: 'It Was Really A Blow To The Gut'Restaurant owners in New Jersey are upset after Gov. Murphy delayed the restart of indoor dining state wide indefinitely.

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Exclusive: How Safe Are Gov. Mario M. Cuomo Bridge Paths? Woman Tells CBS2 What Led Up To Her Serious InjuryMany people are enjoying the new bike and pedestrian path on the Gov. Mario M. Cuomo Bridge.

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Phase 4 Reopening Begins In Mid-Hudson RegionBut some of the businesses that thought they could reopen are going to have to wait.

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Woman fired for yelling 'white lives are better' at Black Lives Matter rallyA Tennessee woman caught on a viral video shouting racial and homophobic slurs at a Black Lives Matter rally has been fired from her job, according to reports.

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Gov. Murphy Speaks To CBS2 ExclusivelyCBS2's Nick Caloway goes one-on-one with the governor about the problems at the MVC and coronavirus reopenings.

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With Gun Violence Rampant, NYPD Appoints Chief Of Community Affairs To Help Mend Relationship With PublicIt's an attempt to reimagine policing in a time when massive protests have spurred local and state reforms and NYPD budget cuts.

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Exclusive: How Safe Are Pedestrian Paths On Gov. Mario M. Cuomo Bridge?CBS2's Jenna DeAngelis spoke to one woman who said she suffered a serious injury as a result of the walking and bike lanes being so close to each other across the new span.

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Top US general says Russia-Taliban bounty intel 'not proven'A top US general in the Middle East has cast doubt on the Russia-Taliban bounty story, saying the intelligence is "worrisome" and he doesn't believe it has lead to the death of any US troops.

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Florida jogger finds human head on the side of roadThe woman called 911 after making her discovery around 7 a.m. Tuesday, the St. Petersburg Police Department said in a statement.

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Influencer fined after allegedly fleeing Sydney hotel quarantineThe 39-year-old woman — identified in media reports as podcast host Sarah Josephine Liberty — fled a Marriott Hotel in Sydney through a fire exit around 10 p.m.

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Black Women Photographers CollectiveA global aims to get Black women photographers hired more consistently by newsrooms and media organizations.

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West Side Rag » Why the West SideEve Yohalem, pictured here with her faithful companion Magnolia, is a children's book author and Podcast creator who lives on the Upper West Side with her husband and two children.

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Consumers Participate In 'Blackout Tuesday' To Support Black-Owned BusinessesMany consumers are participating in a national economic protest Tuesday called Blackout Tuesday. CBS2's Kristine Johnson reports.

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Hoops return to the Tompkins Square Park basketball courtsEV Grieve is the leading news, entertainment and lifestyle blog about the East Village of New York City.

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Judge Approves All-Woman Volunteer EMT Company In BrooklynThe women's group Ezras Nashim had been fighting for a license in a community where there has long been an ambulance service only run by men.

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Max Minute: A Realistic Look At How Long It Will Take To Develop Coronavirus VaccineAs the coronavirus pandemic rages on, many are putting their hopes on a vaccine to end the health crisis.

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New York Weather: CBS2's 7/7 Evening ForecastCBS2's Lonnie Quinn has a look at the forecast.

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New Jersey Restaurant Owners Deal With Fallout From Delay Of Indoor Dining Restart: 'It Was Really AThis time last week, restaurants across New Jersey were preparing to let customers eat inside for the first time in nearly four months.

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MTA Allows Some Bus Windows to Open, Still Evaluating Subway Car WindowsOnly local buses have windows that can open. The express buses do have roof hatches, but if they're open, there's not enough clearance in tunnels.

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Ilhan Omar has paid new husband's consulting firm $878,000, filings showRep. Ilhan Omar has continued quietly funneling hundreds of thousands of dollars to her new husband's consulting film, including a $189,000 windfall in March - just weeks after they announced they had tied the knot, campaign data shows.

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Watch: Black Lives Matter Protestors Storm Peaceful Church, Clash With ParishionersURL of the originating web site: Times Union, the pastor is considered alt-right because he spoke against those that engaged in violent riots, was having a gun giveaway, and made the churches motto...

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Colleges Plan To Hold Virtual And In Person Classes For Fall SemesterMany college campuses will look a lot different this fall. Some universities will welcome students back.

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Colleges Plan To Hold Virtual And In Person Classes For Fall Semester: 'We Still Think Students Are Holding Back A Little To Make A Decision'Molloy College on Long Island prepares for a fall semester unlike any other with both virtual and in person classes on the docket.

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Doctors To Women Needing Routine Mammograms But Worried About Coronavirus: Our Hospitals Are SafeThe coronavirus pandemic has caused a major drop off in routine cancer screenings like mammograms that are supposed to be performed annually for many women.

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Delta Flight Diverted To JFK Airport After Nose Caved In Due To HailDelta Air Lines flight 1076 from Palm Beach International landed safely at JFK at 6:55 p.m.

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Trump urges Missouri Gov. Mike Parson not to rename St. LouisSt. Louis, a former industrial hub on the Mississippi River, is named for French King Louis IX, who died in 1270 while on a crusade.

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Recently Retired NYPD Detective Speaks Out About Her Decision To Leave The ForceWith a spike in shootings comparable to the 1990s, an NYPD detective is sharing what she saw leading up to her retirement last week.

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Trump rips Harvard for offering online-only courses for fallIt announced that it would charge full tuition this fall while only allowing 40 percent of its students back to live on campus.

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New York Public Library Starting Limited Service At Several LocationsAccording to the New York Public Library : NYPL Updates: Coronavirus. Information June 25, 2020 Update: Limited Reopening Start...

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With Gun Violence Rampant, NYPD Appoints Chief Of Community Affairs To Help Mend Relationship With PThe NYPD has tapped a new leader to help repair its tense relationship with the community.

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Video shows youth facility staff restrain black teen who diedSurveillance video released Tuesday shows seven staffers at a Michigan youth facility holding down a black teen until he goes limp, in an incident that took place just two days before his death.

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Off-Duty Ramapo Police Officer Shoots, Kills Neighbor, Prosecutors SayA grand jury will review the case of an off-duty cop who shot and killed his neighbor last night in Orange County.

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17-Year-Old Tyeah Garner Shot To Death Overnight In Jersey CityThe shooting happened around 10:30 p.m. Monday near the corner of Rutgers Avenue and New Street.

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Woman who coughed on baby fired from school district jobThe woman, a special education teacher at the Oak Grove School District in San Jose, was caught on video last month at a Yogurtland outlet coughing on the 1-year-old because the child's mother wasn't "maintaining proper social distancing," the San Jose Mercury News reported.

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17-Year-Old Girl Tyeah Garner Shot To Death Overnight In Jersey CityPolice said 17-year-old Tyeah Garner was found with a gunshot wound to her upper body.

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New York City Day Care Centers Could Reopen As Early As MondayThe city's Department of Health approved a plan to reopne more than 3,000 child care centers across the city.

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Briefing 7/7: Local Pol Testing Positive For Coronavirus, More Outdoor Dining and Flooded BasementsIt's Tuesday. Can you believe how quickly the first week of July passed by? We hope you're staying safe and well.

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Brooklyn Restaurants Turned Into General Stores To Stay Open, Some For GoodWhen restaurants were ordered to close in March, many had to find new and creative ways to stay afloat.

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Mid-Hudson Region Enters Phase 4 Reopening, But Gyms, Malls And Movie Theaters Still Left Off ListNew York's Mid-Hudson region entered Phase 4 reopening Tuesday, which includes low-risk indoor and outdoor activities, like museums and zoos.

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Public health expert: Texas may have a New York-level COVID-19 crisisRoberta Schwartz of Houston Methodist Hospital joins to discuss the growing COVID-19 crisis in the state of Texas, and how hospital officials are concerned doctors and nurses treating coronavirus patients could soon be completely overwhelmed.

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Massive Lines As New Jersey's Motor Vehicle Commission Offices As In-Person Service ResumesThe first day of reopening for New Jersey's Motor Vehicle Commission resulted in chaos all over the state.

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Long Island City Real Estate: The LatestTime for an update to our real estate predictions for LIC made two months ago as things unfold fast during a pandemic.

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Web Extra: Full Interview With Gov. Phil MurphyCBS2's Nick Caloway spoke with New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy about progress about reopening in-person service at MVC offices and more.

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New York Adds New States to Travel QuarantineNew York Governor Andrew Cuomo tweeted Tuesday, "If you're traveling to New York from the following states you must self-quarantine for 14 days:" and it was followed by a list of 19 U.S. states.

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W.H.O. to Review Evidence of Airborne Transmission of CoronavirusThe World Health Organization plans to update its advice after hundreds of experts urged the agency to reconsider the risk of aerosol transmission.

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NYC To Expand Internet For Low-Income FamiliesIn a time where New Yorkers need access to the internet more than ever, the city will be accelerating broadband internet deployment in all five boroughs in an effort to connect 600,000 underserved people to jobs, training, education, mental health supports, and healthcare resources from home.

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German Immigrants and Instruments: 48ers, Slomans and SteinwaysIn 1850, after a long journey, a large German family sailed from Hamburg into New York Harbour.

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Florida man goes berserk on old woman who asked him to wear a maskA Florida man was caught on camera throwing a temper tantrum after an elderly woman asked him to wear a mask in a Ft.

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Top-rated OL in New York talks Louisville offerTop-rated OL in New York talks Louisville offer.

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Some Hong Kong libraries are removing pro-democracy booksPublic libraries in Hong Kong have removed several books by pro-democracy authors from shelves, less than a week after China passed a controversial national security law - raising concerns that the new law will dampen political dissent and dialogue in the city.

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'There Are Always Two Sides To The Story And Then There's The Truth': Keith David On 'NCIS: New Orleans'The actor discusses his extremely relevant episode of "NCIS: New Orleans" that examines racial bias and policing.

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Two GOP senators to skip the Republican National ConventionTwo senior GOP senators will not attend the Republican National Convention next month in Jacksonville, Florida, they announced this week.

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House Democrats include removal of Confederate statues in funding billDemocrats on the House Appropriations Committee released a federal funding bill Monday that includes a call for the removal of statues and busts of Confederate members and any "individuals with unambiguous records of racial intolerance," according to the Committee's summary.

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Mets, Yankees Will Play At Citi Field September 11, 2021 To Commemorate 20th Anniversary Of 9/11 AttacksThe Mets and Yankees will reportedly play one of their Subway Series matchups on the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks.

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Afternoon viewsEV Grieve is the leading news, entertainment and lifestyle blog about the East Village of New York City.

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Delta flight makes emergency landing at JFK Airport in New York City after hail damages plane's noseA Delta Airlines says hail, not a bird, caused the damage that forced a flight to make an emergency landing at JFK Airport in New York City.

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Michigan strip club linked to 12 new COVID-19 casesA strip club in Michigan has been linked to 12 coronavirus cases, health officials said.

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NYC Scoop Shop Ample Hills Founders Are Leaving the CompanyFormer owners Brian Smith and Jackie Cuscuna are leaving the decade-old ice cream brand.

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Taxi Driver Robbed at GunpointOn Tuesday morning at approximately 2:35 a.m. a gunman robbed a taxi driver of $500 and an iPhone near 64th Street and Amsterdam Avenues, police officials said.

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Trump administration tells Congress US is out of the WHOThe Trump administration on Tuesday officially withdrew the US from the World Health Organization, a senior administration official told The Hill, breaking ties with the public health body as the coronavirus pandemic continues to spike around much of the world.

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Trump's daily intel briefer speaks amid Russia bounty controversyDonald Trump's daily intelligence briefer made rare public remarks amid questions about why he was not briefed on reports of Russia paying the Taliban to kill US troops in Afghanistan.

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Nurse documented her coronavirus death in harrowing videoA New Jersey emergency room nurse who died from the coronavirus spent the last three weeks of her life documenting her battle in a harrowing video - showing how a fever she began treating at home turned into a vicious, full-body attack that left her gasping for air in an overwhelmed hospital.

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Man Found Dead Inside His Bathroom Last NightOn Monday, July 6 at around 7:30 p.m., cops found Josiah Forde unconscious and unresponsive inside the bathroom in his home on Hull Street near Broadway.

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2020-21 NYS Archives Research Residents AnnouncedThe New York State Archives have announced the 2020-21 Hackman Research Residency Award recipients.

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How Black Organizers Fed the Occupy City Hall Protests With Restaurant and Homemade MealsA look at the local organizers, homemade McMuffins, and pop-up bodegas that are powering demands to defund the NYPD.

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Mossad thwarted multiple attacks on Israeli embassies: reportThe Mossad spy agency recently thwarted planned or attempted attacks on Israeli embassies in Europe and around the world, according to a report.

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Gourmet, Local Food Delivery Service: An Ethical Alternative to Typical Delivery AppsWe all know that the restaurant industry has been hit extra hard since the pandemic started.

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FOMO No MoSonia Pilcer is the author of six novels including The Holocaust Kid. She has lived on the Westside since it was a dangerous neighborhood.

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Home Depot 'Karen' refuses to wear mask because of 'white power'An Illinois woman said she believes in "white power" while explaining why she wasn't wearing a face mask at a Home Depot, video shows.

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Adk Garden Club Announces 2020 Grant AwardeesThe Adirondack Garden Club has announced the Ellen Lea Paine Memorial Nature Fund grant awardees for 2020.

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North Korea turns away US official aiming for nuclear talksA State Department official arrived in South Korea Tuesday for talks the US hopes would lead to "the final, fully verified denuclearization" of North Korea - but leaders of the Hermit Kingdom told him to take a hike before he even arrived.

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City to Open Fire Hydrants on Streets in Sunnyside and South Richmond HillJuly 7, 2020 By Allie Griffin The city will open fire hydrants on two Queens streets to help New Yorkers cool off during summer heat waves.

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9-year-old Georgia girl dies in a lightning strikeNicol Mateo Pedro was walking along a trail with her 15-year-old sister and mother when a storm suddenly moved into the area Friday in Moultrie, news station WSB-TV reported.

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HIV patient makes history with long term remissionA Brazilian man with HIV has made history after becoming the first known person worldwide to experience long-term remission from the virus after taking an intensified cocktail of antiretroviral drugs, reports said Tuesday.

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The Strand will open on the Upper West Side this monthAfter a long and dramatic saga, the Upper West Side's Book Culture closed for good last month, but come March, the Columbus Avenue storefront will be taken over by The Strand.

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Cure Porch Cousining: Love In A Time of TBBefore antibiotics, one of the more powerful medicines against tuberculosis was love. Happy patients tended to be more successful in overcoming the disease, so health care providers took every step to improve patients' state of mind.

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House 'Squad' members unveil bill to defund policeReps. Rashida Tlaib and Ayanna Pressley are sponsors of the BREATHE Act, which was announced on a Zoom call.

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Where Have All the Hipsters Gone?"Where is that whole happy tormented crowd I used to know? Driven from the Village to the Lower East Side too..."

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As New York grapples with shootings surge, gunshots mix with fireworks over holiday weekendThe crack of fireworks mixed with gunfire over the Independence Day holiday weekend in New York City.

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241 Acres, New Trail Added to Catskill Forest PreserveNew York State Department of Environmental Conservation has announced the acquisition of 241 acres in the Catskills, including 208 acres adjoining existing Forest Preserve lands in the Bluestone Wild Forest that is expected to preserve open space and expand recreational opportunities.

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Kenyan police fire teargas, arrest marchers protesting at brutalityKenyan police on Tuesday fired teargas and arrested activists gathering for a march against perceived government injustice that has been given extra impetus this year by rights groups' allegations of police brutality during the COVID-19 lockdown.

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California doctor killed by gunman, son hid for 30 hoursA California doctor was shot and killed while off-roading in the wilderness with his 15-year-old son, according to a report.

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New York Weather: CBS2's 7/7 Afternoon Weather HeadlinesCBS2's Elise Finch has a look at the forecast.

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Richard di Liberto, Expert Photographer of Museum Art, Dies at 82His photos of the Frick Collection's artworks illustrate books and catalogs and helped create the museum's visual identity.

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'Blackout Day' To Support Black-Owned BusinessesIt's a social media campaign calling on Black people and supporters of racial equality not to spend any money today.

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WHO says bubonic plague case in China is 'well-managed'The World Health Organization is monitoring a case of bubonic plague in China but said it's not "high risk" for now, according to news reports.

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Twins conjoined at the head separated successfully in ItalyTwo-year-old conjoined twins who had been joined above the nape of their necks were successfully separated in what an Italian hospital said was a first-of-its-kind operation, according to a report.

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Possible Bird Strike Forces Delta Air Lines Jet To Land At JFKA plane from Miami bound for LaGuardia Airport was diverted to John F. Kennedy International Airport following a possible bird strike.

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17-Year-Old Girl Shot Dead In Jersey CityPolice in Jersey City are investigating the deadly shooting of 17-year-old Tyeah Garner.

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Martin Scorsese to direct new documentary about New York Dolls' David JohansenMartin Scorsese will direct a new documentary about David Johansen, the musician best known as frontman of legendary punk band New York Dolls.

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FX and Hulu launch New York Times documentary seriesFX and Hulu are teaming up to launch a new documentary series produced by The New York Times that will premier this Friday.

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New York mayor blames 'dislocation' caused by coronavirus for wave of shootings that left 10 dead and 54 injured over weekend'The court system is not working, the economy is not working, people have been penned up for months and months - so many issues underlying this challenge'

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New York Black Lives Matter protests haven't sparked coronavirus surgeSo far, New York has dodged a COVID-19 surge following police-brutality protests last month, but concerns remain that the massive rallies seeded clusters of outbreaks that could linger over coming weeks, experts said.

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The sad fate of the menhaden in the HudsonWarmer waters, lack of rain and some aggressive migration patterns have resulted in thousands of bunker washing up on the shores of the Hudson.

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Bear Killed: High Peaks Campsites, Lean-Tos ReopenedDEC has announced that it is immediately reopening campsites and lean-tos in the Lake Colden area in the Adirondack High Peaks, Essex County.

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Proposed Bill Would Grant Emergency Diploma Privilege in New YorkAn in-person bar exam is scheduled for Sept. 9 and 10 in New York but new legislation would give candidates the option to bypass the test amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Election commissioner complains 'the blacks' are registering to voteA Mississippi election commissioner sparked outrage after complaining on social media that black residents in the state were holding lots of voter registration events, a report said.

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Tech CEO launches racist tirade at Asian family at restaurantA Silicon Valley startup founder was caught on camera unleashing a racist tirade on an Asian family seated opposite him at a California restaurant, according to report.

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Biden campaign, DNC working in lockstep to beat Trump: reportJoe Biden's campaign and the Democratic National Committee are on the same page when it comes to beating President Trump in November - ending a tradition of bad blood between the party's nominee and leadership.

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Ghislaine Maxwell allegedly has video footage of Prince AndrewAccused Jeffrey Epstein accomplice Ghislaine Maxwell allegedly has secret video footage of Britain's Prince Andrew - and she may be willing to share it with prosecutors, a distant relative of the prince claimed in an interview published Tuesday.

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New York City Day Care Centers Could Reopen As Early As Monday, Says MayorMasks and social distancing will be required, and there will be no more than 15 children to a room.

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West Side Rag » Why Are Sidewalk-Blocking NYPD Barricades Still Up on West 82nd Street?For over a month, multiple NYPD metal barricades have blocked pedestrian access to the sidewalks lining West 82nd Street between Columbus and Amsterdam Avenues, a block that's home to NYPD's 20th Precinct and many Upper West Siders.

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NYC's 10 best under-the-radar picnic spotsThankfully, with correct social distancing measures, picnics are considered a safe way to have fun this summer, and the city is filled with possibilities in the form of parks and gardens.

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Park Slope, Brooklyn, Gets a Beer Garden Built Into a GarageA new spot from the owners of Kosaka, outdoor dining at La Mercerie and more restaurant news.

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Nets Guard Spencer Dinwiddie Opting Out Of NBA Restart Following Advice Of Team DoctorsThe 27-year-old guard said that after consulting with team doctors following his positive test result, he has decided not to play in the NBA's restart.

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NJ primary candidate sues to remove party lines on ballotsDemocratic candidate for the House of Representatives, Christine Conforti, filed a federal lawsuit seeking to remove party lines on the ballots for New Jersey's primary election.

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Long Island region of New York to enter new reopening stageALBANY, N.Y. — Colleges and universities with safety plans can soon reopen and professional sports competitions can take place without fans in Long Island as the region enters the state's...

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Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro tests positive for coronavirusBrazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has tested positive for the coronavirus after refusing to wear a mask and playing down the contagion.

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Car strikes two people protesting alleged lynching attempt in IndianaThe incident occurred around 9 p.m. near the Monroe County Courthouse during a protest over several white men who allegedly attacked Vauhxx Rush Booker on the Fourth of July near Lake Monroe.

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New York City Expanding Internet Access For Low-Income Residents With Funding Cut From NYPD BudgetDe Blasio said $87 million of the $157 million project will come from the NYPD's capital budget in what he called the "spirit of redistribution."

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A Black Trans Woman Navigates the Black Lives Matter-COVID EraThree years ago, after a car accident left her contemplating the possibility that she might die without anyone knowing her true gender identity, Nina finally decided to come out as a trans.

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Liberty's Asia Durr Opting Out Of WNBA Return Due To Medical ConcernsThe second-year player is opting out of this year's WNBA season as she continues to fight to recover from COVID-19.

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New York's 14-day travel quarantine expands to 16 states with climbing COVID casesA travel advisory is in effect for all those coming to the tri-state area from states that have met a certain threshold in rising COVID cases.

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Brookfield Funds Initiative to Reactivate New York City RestaurantsThe initiative is also developing a mentorship program for smaller restaurants that participate.

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Central Park SelloutWith little public input, a private elite is set to take over 'the crown jewel of urban parks'

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'The Weekly' Successor Monthly Docuseries 'The New York Times Presents' Set On FX and HuluFX and Hulu have teamed to launch The New York Times Presents, a 10-episode monthly documentary series set to premiere at 10 PM Friday, July 10.

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Bus driver beaten by passengers refusing to wear face masks left brain deadPhilippe Monguillot confronted the passengers who were not complying with a rule that requires face mask on public transportation when they boarded without tickets in Bayonne.

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UN slams US drone killing of Qassem Soleimani as 'unlawful'The US drone strike that killed Qassem Soleimani, Iran's top general, and nine other people was a violation of international law, according to the UN special rapporteur on extrajudicial killing.

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Brooklyn Nets' Kyrie Irving Producing TV Special On Breonna TaylorIrving is producing a special titled "#SayHerName: Breonn Taylor" that is set to air on PlayersTv digital and broadcast network.

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Brooklyn locals call for Barclays Center to be renamed for Jackie RobinsonThe Barclays Center has served as a hub for the city's Black Lives Matter protests, prompting some locals to push to rename the arena for Brooklyn Dodgers player Jackie Robinson.

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Manhattan Tops Other NYC Boroughs for Most Social Distancing ComplaintsPlus, some vendors at East Village food hall the Market Line have returned for takeout and delivery service — and more intel.

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China's security law for Hong Kong aims to block global criticismBeijing's harsh new national security law imposed on Hong Kong to block dissent against the Chinese Communist Party also seeks to keep a lid on any criticism of China from anyone in the world,.

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Candy Store Burglary Caught On VideoOnce inside, he took cash from the register, grabbed cigarettes, and fled the building.

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UK pedophile who raped baby, shared sick video online gets 18 years inA man in the UK who raped a baby and shared the depraved video with pedophiles online has been sentenced to 18 years in prison, according to reports.

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Kansans traveling to New York must complete 14-day quarantineKansas' growing number of COVID-19 cases might start to impact travel.

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NYC's Two Largest Culinary Schools Are MergingThe International Culinary Center is shutting down its physical location and folding into the Institute of Culinary Education.

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Muirfield Village Golf Club Profile: Jack Nicklaus's 'Total Vision'Muirfield Village Golf Club, designed by Jack Nicklaus and host of this year's Workday Charity Open and Memorial Tournament, remains a PGA Tour favorite.

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New Spectrum Store Opens in Columbus CircleA new Spectrum Store has opened at 1865 Broadway in Columbus Circle, and is open Monday-Saturday from 10am-6pm and Sunday from 12pm-5pm.

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Fire ants are heading north as climate warms: researchersFire ants are hitching free rides on agricultural deliveries and are headed north, where experts say they will deliver their painful bites on unsuspecting victims.

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NYC's Two Largest Culinary Schools Are MergingThe International Culinary Center is shutting down its physical location and folding into the Institute of Culinary Education.

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ICE says foreign students taking online-only classes in the fall can't remain in the U.S.Students already in the U.S. under those programs who are planning to attend colleges or universities that will only offer online classes in the fall will need to transfer to other schools providing in-person instruction, depart the country or face potential deportation, ICE said.

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21 dead after bus full of Chinese high school students falls into lakeAt least 21 people were killed and 15 injured Tuesday when a bus carrying students to take their college entrance exams plunged into a lake in southwest China, according to reports.

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Governor Cuomo Announces Individuals Traveling to New York from Three Additional States Will Be Required to Quarantine for 14 DaysGovernor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced that three additional states meet the metrics to qualify for the travel advisory requiring individuals who have traveled to New York from those states, all of which have significant community spread, to quarantine for 14 days.

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A literal look back at 9/11 and Tribeca HardwareA view of Tribeca Hardware from the same perspective over the course of just a couple weeks is a symbol of how that business and its landlord weathered the events of 9-11 - as did the rest of the neighborhood.

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Suspect charged in fatal shooting of 7-year-old Chicago girlA suspect with a lengthy rap sheet is facing murder and other charges in the July Fourth shooting death of 7-year-old Chicago girl Natalia Wallace, according to police and reports.

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Supreme Court upholds order blocking Keystone pipeline projectThe US Supreme Court denied a request from the Trump administration to allow construction of the Keystone XL pipeline by upholding a lower court's ruling blocking a permit needed for the project to proceed.

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Father's loss to son in arm wrestling match lead to shooting, standoffCurtis Zimmerman humiliating arm-wrestling loss to his young son in Florence, Kentucky sparked a shooting and an 8-hour standoff with deputies.

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H A R L E M + B E S P O K E: Reopening: Row House On FdbHarlem Bespoke : Another reopening to look out for that happened in the past few days is Row House on FDB at the corner of 115th Street.

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New York regulators fine Deutsche Bank $150 million for relationship with Epstein, othersNew York's state Department of Financial Services has fined Deutsche Bank $150 million for what it says is negligence in its dealings with the late financier and registered sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.

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Army National Guardsman dies in non-combat incident in Kosovo on July 4thAn Army National Guardsman died in Kosovo in a non-combat incident on the Fourth of July, the Department of Defense said.

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Sea Wolf Opens a Second Location on the Williamsburg Waterfront at 420 KentOne of Bushwick's favorite spots to eat seafood, Sea Wolf, has opened a new location in Williamsburg.

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Pompeo: US 'looking at' banning Chinese apps, including TikTokSecretary of State Mike Pompeo said the US is "certainly looking at" banning TikTok and other Chinese social media apps amid concerns that their content and the data they collect from users' devices are shared with the Chinese Communist Party.

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At the Upper West Side's iconic El Dorado, a $20M duplex with iconic Central Park viewsThe El Dorado is iconic for so many reasons-its Art Deco architecture, its design by Emery Roth, its two-part tower silhouette-but nothing can beat those Central Park views.

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Queensboro FC Signs New Coach But Team Won't Debut Until 2022Queensboro FC have signed a new head coach but the team won't hit the field of play until 2022.

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Delta flight makes emergency landing at JFK after bird strikeA Delta flight was diverted to JFK on Monday after reporting a problem with its navigation system, according to WABC.

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Ghislaine Maxwell branded a 'snooty rich b-h' by inmates: reportGhislaine Maxwell, Jeffrey Epstein's accused madam, was a "depressed loner" who was quickly distanced by others held at Merrimack County Jail.

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13 Spots Where You Can Get Frozen Boozy Drinks In Astoria Right NowIt's HOT. And nothing quite cools you down like an icy frozen drink. Luckily, takeout cocktail laws are still in effect , so you can enjoy these libations to-go or sip them at a table with all the new outdoor seating around the neighborhood.

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New York City Adds More Exceptions To Pre-Employment Marijuana Testing BanNew York City officials have finalized rules for a local ban on pre-employment drug testing for marijuana, and they added additional exemptions that will allow an even greater number of workers to be screened for cannabis before they are hired.

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Kamala Harris' Wikipedia page has been edited over 500 timesThe Wikipedia page for Sen. Kamala Harris has been placed under "discretionary sanctions" after administrators discovered that the article had been edited over 500 times since early May - mostly by one user.

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New York Weather: CBS2's 7/7 Tuesday Afternoon ForecastToday we'll see iso'd to sct'd showers with an iso'd t'storm west of the city and mainly after 2/3 PM.

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In Brooklyn, a Dutch Farmhouse With a Barn Wants $3.25MThe historic home served as quarters for Hessian officers during the Revolutionary War.

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H A R L E M + B E S P O K E: Lottery: Senior Housing At Victory PlazaHarlem Bespoke : Senior affordable housing for those 62 or over is now finishing up at 11 West 118th Street and the 93 units will be av...

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Ghislaine Maxwell hires lawyer who helped bring down El ChapoGhislaine Maxwell has hired Christian Everdell, the former prosecutor who helped bring down El Chapo, to try to get her off sex-trafficking charges.

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New Jersey student released from Egyptian prison after hunger strikeMohamed Amashah, a dual US-Egyptian citizen from Jersey City, flew home Monday following his release from the Cairo lockup a day earlier, said the Washington-based Freedom Initiative group, ABC News reported.

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Pentagon draft policy would ban Confederate flag displaysPentagon leaders are considering a draft policy that would ban the display of Confederate flags at military installations, according to reports.

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Report: Steve Cohen Back In The Bidding For New York MetsThe billionaire minority owner of the team is reportedly set to get back in the bidding to buy the franchise outright.

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14-Year-Old Boy Shot In Neck As Gun Violence Continues To Spike In New York CityThere were 101 shooting victims citywide in the past week, compared to 33 the same time last year - a 206% increase.

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How New York Liberty's Asia Durr not playing in 2020 impacts Sabrina IonescuDurr will take this time to recover after testing positive COVID-19.

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Campaign 2020: New Jersey Voters Head To Polls, Mail In Ballots For Primary ElectionsThis year, the state has shifted to a system that's mostly done by mail.

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Man Wanted For Questioning Following Attempted Rape In Queens, Police SayPolice said the 37-year-old woman had returned home when someone followed her into her apartment building near Gates and Cypress avenues.

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New York City to seek assessment on internet providers to fund low-income serviceNew York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said on Tuesday the city would invest $157 million to expand high-speed internet service to low-income residents as part of a plan to offer universal broadband services to New Yorkers.

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Netflix Co-founder To Judge Contest for UWS' Brightest KidsRocket Club, the tech entrepreneurship academy for children 7-14 years old that Entrepreneur Magazine compared to Elon Musk's Ad Astra Academy, is hosting a virtual summer business and STEM camp featuring a competition judged by Netflix co-founder Marc Randolph.

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Maxwell transferred to N.Y. on Epstein-related sex abuse chargesSeveral of Epstein's victims have described Maxwell as his chief enabler.

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Ghislaine Maxwell has copies of Jeffrey Epstein sex tapes, ex-friend saysAccused Jeffrey Epstein procuress Ghislaine Maxwell will use her secret stockpile of the late pedophile's sex tapes as an insurance police to save herself from federal charges, her friend said in a new report.

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Top 5 Investment Banker Interview QuestionsInvestment banking maybe the most challenging corporate position because it requires knowledge of how companies operate in a wide range of industries as well as in-depth technical and financial knowledge.

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Highlighting New York City's Food Supply Chain HeroesOriginally published on VictorJung.info New York City, being among the hardest hit by COVID-19, shows the U.S. nation what it means to heroically sustain its food supplies without interruption.

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As New York grapples with shootings surge, gunshots mix with fireworks over holiday weekendDevin Nunes' winery, yacht clubs, a resort in West Virginia owned by its governor - here's who got PPP loans.

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Owner of New York's Strand Bookstore Buys More Amazon StockNancy Bass Wyden, owner of the iconic New York City bookstore the Strand, just disclosed she increased her investment in retail and cloud-computing giant Amazon.com.

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Punjabi Grocery and Deli reopens on FridayEV Grieve is the leading news, entertainment and lifestyle blog about the East Village of New York City.

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New York Yankees Are Biggest Winner of MLB's 2020 Schedule ReleaseSure, it's nice to start strong. In a sprint, however, it's all about the finish.

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Construction watch: 15 Avenue AEV Grieve is the leading news, entertainment and lifestyle blog about the East Village of New York City.

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2 years in, Suki relocates to larger space on 1st AvenueEV Grieve is the leading news, entertainment and lifestyle blog about the East Village of New York City.

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Rumors: A new tenant for the long-empty bank branch on Avenue A and 4th StreetEV Grieve is the leading news, entertainment and lifestyle blog about the East Village of New York City.

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New York fines Deutsche Bank $150 million over Jeffrey Epstein relationshipLender viewed convicted sex offender as "high risk" client, yet still overlooked his many questionable transactions.

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New York expands coronavirus travel quarantine as U.S. pandemic widensDevin Nunes' winery, yacht clubs, a resort in West Virginia owned by its governor - here's who got PPP loans.

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CBS2 Weather Headlines: Tuesday Not As Hot, But Afternoon Storm Threat RemainsAfter a sizzling and stormy start to the week, Tuesday will be a bit closer to normal.

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New Kid on the Block: Lorraine Massey and SpiralI am not a religious person, but if I was, and my religion was hair, Lorraine Massey would be my guru.

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Video shows New York City dad fatally shot while crossing street with daughterChief Jason Wilcox says there were more than one victims of the crime.

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U.S. tops 3 million known infections as coronavirus surgesReuters / CALLAGHAN O'HARE People wait in long lines for COVID-19 testing in Houston.

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What to Know About N.Y.C.'s Surge in ShootingsOver the weekend, 64 people were shot, with 10 dead. A surge of gun violence has shaken a city that was already on edge.

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Coronavirus Live Updates: Testing Demand in U.S. Soars, Creating a New CrisisDr. Anthony Fauci warned that the country was still "knee-deep in the first wave" of the pandemic.

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LES Cop Shooting Still Cold Case 8 Years LaterEight years later, it remains a cold case. In the early morning hours of July 5, 2012, two cops sustained gunfire during a drug bust in the Seward Park Extension on Essex Street.

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Vendors Return to the Market Line on the Lower East SideAs the city slowly attempts to normalize in the wake of COVID-19 lockdown, so too does Essex Crossing.

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Latest coronavirus updates in New York: Tuesday, July 7, 2020The latest information and news on coronavirus in New York and impacting New Yorkers.

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Mayor's Borough-Based Jail Plan Defunded $473M and Now on HoldGrassroots groups in diametric opposition to the city's borough-based jail plan this week declared victory at its delay.

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TikTok to leave Hong Kong as security law raises worriesTikTok said Tuesday, July 7, 2020, it will stop operations in Hong Kong, joining other social media companies in warily eyeing ramifications of a sweeping national security law that took effect last week.

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Laura Marling, a Briton in Los AngelesThe thirty-year-old British singer / songwriter Laura Marling has produced seven albums of dense but delicate folk music, starting when she was only eighteen.

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Brother of Arkansas mayor steals car with two kids inside: copsThe brother of an Arkansas mayor was arrested Monday night for allegedly stealing a car with two children inside, a report said.

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Melbourne returns to lockdown as virus cases riseUS death toll moves past 130,000 ReutersCopyright: Reuters The deaths of 130,284 people in the US have now been linked to to data collected by the Johns Hopkins University.

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Fear City New York vs The Mafia Netflix release date: When does the series come out?FEAR CITY NEW YORK VS THE MAFIA will be your next Netflix binge-watch. So when does the true crime docu-series come out?

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US charges ex-Panama president's sons with bribery, money launderingU.S. prosecutors have charged two sons of former Panamanian President Ricardo Martinelli in connection with bribery and money laundering linked to Brazilian construction firm Odebrecht, according to a federal complaint unsealed on Monday.

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New rules: Foreign pupils must leave US if classes go onlineInternational students will be forced to leave the U.S. or transfer to another college if their schools offer classes entirely online this fall, under new guidelines issued Monday by federal immigration authorities.

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Brazil's Bolsonaro says lungs 'clean' after coronavirus testBrazilian President Jair Bolsonaro said on Monday he had undergone another test for the novel coronavirus and his lungs were "clean," after local media reported he had symptoms associated with the COVID-19 respiratory disease.

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Bill would require NY cops to have insurance for liability suitsA bill introduced by state Sen. Alessandra Biaggi would require police officers to obtain personal liability insurance to cover civil lawsuits filed against them for excessive force and other abuses as a way to deter misconduct.

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Brooklyn Beckham reunites with family in UK after New York lockdownBrooklyn Beckham had been in lockdown in New York with his girlfriend Nicola Peltz.

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Wild Weather Hits Tri-State AreaHail fell in parts of New Jersey, a tree fell on a house, and high winds hit towns on the coast.

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Protest Held In Schenectady After Video Shows Police Officer Appearing To Kneel On Man's NeckAccording to the Times Union, the newspaper that serves the greater Albany area, the incident happened as the man was taken into custody on Monday morning.

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Trump Goes After NASCAR Driver Over Noose ProbeThe president took to Twitter to ask if Bubba Wallace, the only African-American driver on the circuit, plans to apologize, implying the claims of a noose in his garage was a hoax.

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Florida schools ordered to reopen next month amid coronavirus spikeFlorida Education Commissioner Richard Corcoran signed an emergency order on Monday requiring all schools in the state to open their doors to students in August.

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NYC Hits Phase 3, N.J. Sees Warning SignsAs the number of coronavirus cases climb in hotspots across the country, parts of our region continue to reopen.

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Florida teen attended church party two weeks before COVID-19 deathA Florida teenager who died of the coronavirus attended a party at a church with 100 others just two weeks before her death, a report said Monday.

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New York Hospitals Sent 6,300 Recovering COVID Patients to Nursing HomesThe directive was intended to help free up hospital beds for the sickest patients as cases surged, but several relatives, patient advocates and nursing administrators blamed the policy for helping to spread the virus among the state's most fragile residents.

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Controversial Arrest Leads To Protest Against Police In SchenectadyThe demonstration took place after video surfaced of an officer appearing to kneel on a man's neck during an arrest on Monday.

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Mifune 2Linda and I had enjoyed the elaborated Japanese cuisine at Mifune when we dined there in August 2017, a month after its opening.

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14-Year-Old Shot In QueensThe shootings in New York City continued Monday night, and officials seem to be at odds as to why the gun violence is still happening.

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New York AG says Black Lives Matter Foundation 'not affiliated with the movement' and orders it to stop collecting donationsThe Black Lives Matter Foundation is based in California and, according to a 2017 tax filing, seeks to "help bring the police and the community closer together." The organization recently came under scrutiny after news reports that it had solicited donations from people who were given the impression that their money would go to the Black Lives...

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New York hospitals released 6,300 virus patients to nursing homesState officials argue that the controversial, now-scrapped policy was not to blame for one of the nation's highest nursing home death tolls.

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DCR Payback: Woman who called the police on a unarmed black man in Central Park is charged with filing a false report.Ayyyeee... What's Goodie Everyone. So I got some tea and it involves Amy Cooper and the charges she faces for calling the police on a unarmed black man in Central Park.

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Virus expert claims Americans will wear masks for 'several years'Health experts won't ask Americans to take off their masks anytime soon. That's the take of Eric Toner, a senior scholar at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security.

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Jason Kidd's bond with Giannis Antetokounmpo adds to complicated Knicks coaching candidacyNo one within the Knicks organization got much bothered when 10-time All-Star Jason Kidd retired.

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Frederick Douglass statue vandalized at New York parkThe monument to famed abolitionist Frederick Douglass, one of several in Rochester, New York, was found ripped from its base and disposed in a gorge.

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Ten New York State Fair Activities You Can Do At Home!So here are ten socially-distant activities you can do to bring the spirit of the fair into your own home!

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Philly bar owner pulls gun on man after social distance disputeA Philadelphia bar owner seated outside a nearby restaurant on Sunday was caught on camera pulling a gun on a black man who denounced the patrons for their lack of social distancing.

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Georgia Gov. authorizes Guard troops after 8-year-old killedA statement from Gov. Brian Kemp's office says troops will provide support at certain locations including the Capitol and governor's mansion, freeing up state law enforcement resources to patrol other areas.

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