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New York Weather: CBS2 3/3 Nightly Forecast at 11PMCBS2's Lonnie Quinn has your weather forecast for March 3 at 11 p.m.

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Asian Man Attacked In Lower East Side Subway Station, Police InvestigatingPolice are investigating and searching for a suspect after another Asian New Yorker is the victim of a violent attack; CBS2's Nick Caloway reports.

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New York Real Estate Developers See Opportunity in South Florida Amid PandemicCOVID-19 shook things up across the country, but some out-of-state business owners saw a silver lining in South Florida.

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Yankees Manager Aaron Boone Recovering From Pacemaker Surgery

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Arts And Entertainment Venues In New York Get The Green Light To Reopen At Reduced CapacityIn just under a month, New Yorkers will be able to start seeing shows at smaller venues again; CBS2's Jessica Layton reports.

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JetBlue Flight Makes Emergency Landing At JFK AirportThere was an emergency landing at John F. Kennedy International Airport on Wednesday night.

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New York Governor Andrew Cuomo 'truly and deeply' apologises after sexual harassment claimsThe governor has agreed to comply with an investigation by New York's attorney general but has refused to resign.

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New Jersey State Health Department Investigating Legionnaires' Disease Cluster In Union CountyThere have been 14 confirmed cases. One of those patients has died. READ MORE: COVID Vaccine On Long Island: Doses Of Johnson and Johnson Vaccine Arrive, Babylon Woman Among First To Receive Shot.

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PSEG Long Island Updates Osprey Cams, Cleans Debris From NestsPSEG Long Island also installs nesting platforms to deter returning birds from nesting on electrical equipment.

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Bronx Chef Helps Feed Thousands Of Families With Organization 'Full Hearts, Full Bellies'Additionally, Tyson Foods donated 39,000 pounds of protein to the cause. READ MORE: New Jersey State Health Department Investigating Legionnaires' Disease Cluster In Union County.

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New NYC Department Of Buildings Regulation Aims To Keep Landlords Accountable For Dangerous ConditionsA new Department of Buildings regulation bars owners of residential buildings with a high proportion of hazardous violations from getting new construction permits.

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Ebola Outbreak In Parts Of Africa Prompts New Requirements For Travelers Arriving In U.S.Flights coming from certain countries will also be re-directed to six U.S. airports, including JFK and Newark.

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New York City developer won't have to remove floors from residential building in Manhattan, court rulesCNN)A New York appeals court reversed a ruling that ordered a Manhattan high-rise construction project to dismantle multiple floors.

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Live Updates: New York Yankees vs. Toronto Blue Jays — Spring Training Game 4Stay tuned for live updates, video and analysis as the Yankees host the Toronto Blue Jays at George M. Steinbrenner Field and Corey Kluber makes his debut in pinstripes.

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Gov. Cuomo Says He Will Not Resign Amid Sexual Harassment Allegations: 'I Never Touched Anyone InappIn a press conference Wednesday, Gov. Andrew Cuomo claimed he never touched anyone inappropriately and apologized repeatedly.

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4 Free Things To Do In New YorkBelieve it or not, but this British girl has been to New York 5 times in her lifetime.

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COVID Vaccine On Long Island: Doses Of Johnson and Johnson Vaccine Arrive, Babylon Woman Among First To Receive ShotSusan Maxwell-Trumble, of Babylon, left South Shore University Hospital with more than a new hip.

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Asbury Park Businesses Hopeful For A Successful Summer With Fewer COVID Restrictions Than 2020Deputy Mayor Amy Quinn says seasonal beach pass sales will not be limited. There will be enhanced safety measures for visitors and foot pedals for water fountains and showers.

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Better Business Bureau Offers Warning As Dueling Van Gogh Experiences Create Some Confusion For New YorkersThe two shows look similar, but they'll give you a vastly different experience.

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New Rochelle Marks One Year Since First Case Of COVID-19 Was ConfirmedIt was an attorney in Westchester County. After he attended a wedding and a funeral, cases started to spread and a containment zone was put in place in New Rochelle.

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Plan to Ditch the Mask After Vaccination? Not So Fast.It's not clear how easily vaccinated people may spread the virus, but the answer to that question is coming soon.

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Lawmakers, Far Rockaway Residents Concerned About Proposals To Cut Costs At St. John's Episcopal HospitalThe state health department and a consulting firm presented hospital administrators with several cost cutting options.

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New York Weather: CBS2 3/3 Evening Forecast at 6PMCBS2's Lonnie Quinn has your weather forecast for March 3 at 6 p.m.

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With No Money In Budget, NYPD Seeking Volunteers And Supplies For Citywide Graffiti Cleanup Day On April 10The NYPD is rolling out a new campaign to combat a big rise in graffiti across the city.

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Asbury Park Ready For A Busy Summer With COVID Safety Precautions In PlaceThe countdown to summer is on for many. CBS2's Vanessa Murdock went to Asbury Park to see how small businesses feel about the fast approaching peak season and what plans are being made.

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COVID Unemployment: Many Over Age 50 Having Difficult Time Finding Work In Their FieldThe COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in millions of Americans losing their jobs. Some have even able to re-enter the workforce, but experts say one group is especially struggling to do so.

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New Jersey Department Of Health Investigating Legionnaires' Disease Cluster

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Long Island Woman Among First In Country To Receive Johnson and Johnson COVID VaccineOne batch, delivered to Northwell Health in Bay Shore, went immediately into the arm of a lucky patient who was being discharged; CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.

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NYPD Asks New Yorkers For Help Combatting Rise In Graffiti Across CityThe NYPD is rolling out a new campaign to combat a big rise in graffiti across the city, but there's no budget for it, so they're asking New Yorkers for help; CBS2's Andrea Grymes reports.

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2 Van Gogh Events Coming To New York, Causing Confusion For Ticket BuyersA tribute to one of the most famous artists of all time has created confusion and controversy in our area; CBS2's Steve Overmyer reports.

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Road To Reopening: New York City Arts And Entertainment Venues Allowed To Reopen At 33% Capacity Beginning April 2Big announcements were made Wednesday for people in New York and New Jersey tired of COVID-19 restrictions.

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Experts: People 55 And Older Struggling To Re-Enter Workforce After Losing Jobs Due To PandemicThe COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in millions of Americans losing their jobs. Some have been able to re-enter the workforce, but experts say people 55 and older are especially struggling to do so; CBS2's Kiran Dhillon reports.

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PSEG Long Island Gets Ready For Osprey Breeding SeasonSome utility crews on Long Island made sure osprey birds have a safe place to nest Wednesday.

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New Rochelle Community Marks One Year Since First Confirmed Case Of COVID-19It's been one year since one of the first cases of the coronavirus was confirmed in our area.

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Doctor Shares Hidden Dangers Of iPhone 12 For People With PacemakersAccording to a new warning from doctors, there are two devices people depend on that should never be near each other.

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Food Giveaway Helps Thousands Of Households In The BronxA local chef helped feed thousands of families in the Bronx on Wednesday.

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City Pushes To Keep Landlords Accountable For Dangerous Conditions

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Cuomo Addresses Sexual Harassment AllegationsGovernor Cuomo has emerged a week after the first allegation of sexual misconduct was made against him.

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In the Brooklyn BP Race, Is Southern Brooklyn Being Left Behind?The next Brooklyn Borough President will have to represent communities across our complex borough, from Gravesend to Greenpoint.

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NYC Prosecutors Calling On State To Do More To Stop Assaults On Transit WorkersNew York City's top prosecutors are calling on the state to do more to stop assaults on transit workers by changing the law; CBS2's Natalie Duddridge reports.

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Benjamin J. Fernandez, Photojournalist and Mentor, Dies at 84He photographed Martin Luther King Jr. and produced classic images of the protest movements of the 1960s.

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New York easing travel restrictions for those with vaccineNew York state will drop testing and quarantine requirements for those with vaccination against coronavirus.

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COVID Progress: Jubilation At Nassau Nursing Home As In-Person Visits Are Finally Back On The ScheduleThere was a turning point Wednesday for a nursing home on Long Island. It met tough state standards to allow visitors back.

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Community Gathers For Heartbreaking Farewell To Stabbing Victim In BrooklynA community gathered Wednesday for a heartbreaking farewell to a husband and father who lost his life trying to help victims of a robbery in Brooklyn; CBS2's Christina Fan reports.

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NYC District Attorneys Say Time Has Come To Make Assaults On Transit Workers A Crime Punishable By Up To 1 Year In JailThe city's top prosecutors are are proposing the state to do more to stop assaults on transit workers, by changing the law.

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New York High School Football Player Dies After First Day of PracticeA high school football player in upstate New York died of unknown causes after the first day of practice, authorities said.

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Asian-American Community Mourns Loss Of Yong Zheng, Good Samaritan Who Was Fatally Stabbed While Trying To Stop Robbery In BrooklynZheng was celebrating the Lantern Festival on Feb. 26 in Sunset Park when he stumbled across a robbery in front of an illegal gambling den on Seventh Avenue and 56th Street.

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NYC Mayoral Candidates Attend First Ever Forum on BikingBicycling in the city used to be a fringe issue in political campaigns, but it has taken on greater significance in this year's mayor's race.

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Crews On Scene Of East Side Apartment FireCrews were on the scene of a fire at a six-floor apartment building on the East Side on Wednesday.

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Far Rockaway Residents Worried About Proposals To Cut Costs At Saint John's Episcopal HospitalSome residents worry this could mean life or death for patients in the area; CBS2's Alice Gainer reports.

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Jeffrey Epstein's NYC mansion set to sell for roughly $50MThe Manhattan townhouse where Jeffrey Epstein is said to have sexually abused underage girls is set to sell for roughly $50 million, according to a report on Wednesday.

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Covid 19 PCR Test Available At Roosevelt Island Swift Emergency Care Test SiteThe Roosevelt Island Operating Corp r eported February 19 that the Swift Emergency Care Testing Site would offer Covid 19 PCR...

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Noodle Craft Has Opened In Long Island CityNoodle Craft in Long Island City has finally opened after a few month's delay, here's the details and more news like Little Chef, Big Press and $3mil+ condo.

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New York to Allow Limited Live Performances to Resume in AprilThe state will allow plays, concerts and other performances to start again April 2 for audiences of up to 100 people indoors, or 200 outdoors.

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Yankees Manager Aaron Boone Takes Leave Of Absence To Get PacemakerNew York said the procedure was likely to be performed later Wednesday at St. Joseph's Hospital in Tampa, Florida.

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First Case Of New York Covid Variant, Believed To Be More Vaccine Resistant, Identified In Southern CaliforniaCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom said the state on Tuesday discovered the first New York variants of the virus in Southern California.

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Jeffrey Epstein's New York Townhouse to Sell for Roughly $50 MillionThe New York City townhouse of the late financier and convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein is in contract to sell for roughly $50 million, according to two people familiar with the transaction.

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Bipartisan bill introduced to repeal Iraq War authorizationA bipartisan bill introduced Wednesday would repeal the 2002 Iraq War authorization in the wake of President Biden's decision to bomb facilities in Syria that were allegedly used by an Iran-backed militia.

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Xi'an Famous Foods Takes a Hit from Anti-Asian RacismBut the pandemic has hit the company hard, said CEO Jason Wang, who estimated business is down 70 percent.

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Capitol Police ups security after possible plot by 'militia group'The Capitol Police is increasing security in an effort to thwart a potential attack Thursday by "an identified militia group," the department revealed Wednesday.

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Joseph D. Duffey, 88, Dies; Apostle of Liberalism and HumanitiesHis 1970 Senate race in Connecticut energized antiwar progressives. He later served two presidents and headed universities in Massachusetts and Washington.

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Jeffrey Epstein is the inspiration behind new horror movieSet to premiere at the virtual Berlin Film Festival on Tuesday, "The Scary of Sixty-First" is the directorial debut of leftist podcaster Dasha Nekrasova.

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Ghost-hunting couple discover human skullA human skull was discovered by a pair of ghost-hunting YouTubers near an abandoned hotel in the United Kingdom, authorities said.

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Rep. Jamaal Bowman calls standardized testing 'a pillar of systemic racism'1 The telling phone call Tom Brady made hours after Super Bowl win 2 ‘School of Rock' child star says role resulted in addiction, bullying 3 Biden agrees to new cap on stimulus checks — here's who could be eligible 4 Meghan Markle faces bullying claims ahead of tell-all Oprah interview 5 Mitt Romney knocked unconscious, suffers black eye.

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Gov. Cuomo Says He Will Not Resign Amid Sexual Harassment Allegations: 'I Never Touched Anyone Inappropriately'Choked-Up At Times, Governor Apologizes For Making 'People Feel Uncomfortable,' Says He Is 'Embarrassed'By Marcia KramerMarch 3, 2021 at 4:33 pm Filed Under:Andrew Cuomo, Charlotte Bennett, Lindsey Boylan, Local TV, Marcia Kramer, New York State, politics, sexual harassment.

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ISIS says it killed female media workers in east AfghanistanThe militant group, which has a presence in Afghanistan, said its fighters had targeted the three female employees of a television station in the eastern city of Jalalabad on Tuesday evening, according to the SITE Intelligence group.

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COVID Vaccine: Mega Vaccination Site Opens At National Guard Armory In YonkersIt didn't take long for thousands of people to sign up. The site is part of state and federal efforts to reach hard-hit communities.

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Republicans refocus on state 'bailouts' in Biden stimulus billSenate Republicans on Wednesday blasted $350 billion in state and local aid in President Biden's $1.9 trillion COVID-19 bill, singling out those funds as "wasteful" amid a California rail project being cut from the bill after it became the face of alleged "pork."

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Jeffrey Epstein's New York Townhouse to Sell for Roughly $50 MillionThe late financier and convicted sex offender's Upper East Side home originally asked $88 million.

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Columbus Ave Hoarder Identity Revealed: ReportThe identity of the man who hoarded his belongings on Columbus Avenue between 76th and 77th Streets has been revealed to be fashion designer Timothy John, the Post reports.

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China makes COVID-19 anal swabs mandatory for foreignersChina has made anal COVID-19 swabs mandatory for all foreign travelers arriving in the country, a report said Wednesday.

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SUV in deadly California wreck came through hole in border fenceThe 13 migrants killed in a horrific crash in South California were among more than 40 people who entered the US in two SUVs through a hole cut into a border fence with Mexico, an official said Wednesday.

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CBS pays actress Bobbie Phillips millions for letting sex report leakCBS has been forced to pay actress Bobbie Phillips millions of dollars in a legal settlement after sexual harassment claims she made against disgraced ex-executive Les Moonves were leaked to the New York Times, a report said Wednesday.

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Fauci: Trials of third 'booster' vaccine to fight COVID variants to startVaccine makers are developing a third shot to fight new, highly contagious COVID-19 variants — with clinical trials set to start this month, Dr. Anthony Fauci said Wednesday.

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Select Broadway Theaters To Open For New York Pop-Up Events Beginning In AprilA select number of now-dark Broadway venues will begin opening in April for a series of live - performance pop-up events that could establish the safety protocols needed for the theater industry's eventual return.

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Denver library won't pull Dr. Seuss books off shelvesThe Denver Public Library said it won't pull any Dr. Seuss books off the shelves despite the recent decision to cease publication of six of the classic children's books due to alleged racist imagery.

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New York Knicks: Barrett named to Rising Stars, Quickley snubbedNew York Knicks' sophomore swingman RJ Barrett was voted for the second straight year to be part of the World Team in the Rising Stars.

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Florida kennel operator busted after 11 puppies found dead in trash cans: copsA Florida animal kennel operator was arrested this week after 11 dead puppies were discovered inside trash cans on the property, local authorities said.

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Katie Hill's suit against ex-husband to go to trial: reportFormer "throuple" pol Katie Hill's lawsuit seeking to block her ex-husband from revealing private photos and information about her will go to trial after settlement talks have fallen through, according to a new report.

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Brooklyn Nurses Honored With NYC Health + Hospitals AwardsThe pandemic has added a new layer of meaning to this year's NYC Health + Hospitals Nursing Excellence Awards.

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New York's Basketball Moment, '90s Knicks Stories, and the End of Locker Room Access With Frank IsolaPlus, Ryen answers some listener-submitted Life Advice questions.

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Donors Rally to Support Family of Victim of Deadly Assault in Sunset ParkAYong Zheng, 46, was fatally stabbed in Sunset Park last Friday. Since then, over 1,700 GoFundMe donors have donated more than $112,000 to support his family.

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Toko Shinoda Dies at 107; Fused Calligraphy With Abstract ExpressionismOne of the foremost Japanese artists of the 20th century, she was sought after by major museums and galleries worldwide for more than five decades.

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First lady Jill Biden visits Connecticut school, calls for safe return to classroomFirst lady Jill Biden spoke to children at an elementary​ school in Connecticut on Wednesday with newly minted Education Secretary Miguel Cardona, saying that, as a teacher herself, she wants to return to the classroom - but only if teachers and students can do so safely.

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'Operation Volunteer Strong' recovers 150 missing Tennessee kidsThe Tennessee Bureau of Investigation said that it launched the effort, known as "Operation Volunteer Strong," in an attempt to track down 240 missing kids, news station WVLT reported.

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New York Jets GM Joe Douglas open to Sam Darnold offers, downplays idea of trading for a star playerJets GM Joe Douglas said he will answer the call if teams try to trade for Sam Darnold but downplayed the idea of trading assets for a star player.

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Capitol riot could serve as inspiration for terrorism: expertsThe assessment came initially from Melissa Smislova, a top Homeland Security Department official.

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New York convention center transformed into field hospital and now vaccination siteThe Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in Manhattan has been used as a temporary hospital and vaccination site during the pandemic.

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Brazil's COVID outbreak could lead to 'more lethal variants'A leading scientist has warned that Brazil's snowballing COVID-19 outbreak has the potential to undo the progress made in the fight against the global pandemic.

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Liberal journalists, pundits delete fawning Cuomo tweetsLiberal pundits and reporters who showered New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo with praise and accolades are backtracking amid a pair of high-profile scandals that have tarnished his political future.

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A much-needed beach day for Kita the Wonder Dog of East 10th StreetEV Grieve is the leading news, entertainment and lifestyle blog about the East Village of New York City.

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NYC Could Open Covid Vaccines to All by April: Health ChiefNew York City could be able to offer Covid-19 vaccines to all residents by late April, the city's health commissioner said Wednesday in an interview with Bloomberg News.

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Third Stimulus Check: Why Your Next Relief Payment May Not Be $1,400A third stimulus check seems likely, but it won't necessarily be the $1,400 amount that everyone keeps talking about.

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'Tiger King' Joe Exotic hires legal team to file for new trialJoe Exotic has hired a legal team that once worked the missing-husband case of his key rival, Carole Baskin - and they plan to use unaired footage from "Tiger King" to push for a new trial.

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New York Yankees manager Aaron Boone has surgery to get pacemakerYankees manager Aaron Boone, who had open-heart surgery in 2009, is recovering from Wednesday's surgery to get a pacemaker after tests indicated he had a low heart rate.

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New Yorkers would have to flash COVID-19 passport to enter venues under new programGov. Andrew Cuomo announced Tuesday the rollout of a new pilot program in which New Yorkers would have to flash a sort of COVID-19 passport in order to enter sports arenas, theaters and other businesses as the state continues reopening efforts.

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Spring cleaning: Police plan to scrub the graffiti off New York City streets in a big wayVandals beware! Police Commissioner Dermot Shea is renewing the NYPD's no-holds barred stance on graffiti throughout New York City.

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Children's Film Festival Pushes Boundaries, Mixing Somber and SweetFrom a feature just for teenagers to short movies for toddlers, this groundbreaking New York event will stream for the first time nationwide.

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Only one George Floyd family member allowed at trial: judgeOnly one member of George Floyds family will be allowed in the courtroom at a time when ex-cop Derek Chauvin goes on trial for murder in his death, a Minnesota judge has ruled.

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Minus the Bubbly and Bashes, the Golden Globes was About the WorkThe Golden Globes saw their lowest ratings ever this past Sunday night. And while this might be of concern for TV execs focused on advertising...

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Gov. Andrew Cuomo Addresses Harassment AllegationsDuring a press briefing, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo addressed allegations of sexual harassment against him but did not tender his resignation.

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Michael Moore says Texans don't deserve vaccineDirector Michael Moore slammed Texas for its decision to reopen the state and remove its mask mandate in a series of tweets Wednesday, writing that the Lone Star State no longer needs "our precious vaccine."

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Gibson Dunn Elects New York M&A Lawyer Barbara Becker as Chair and Managing PartnerGibson, Dunn and Crutcher LLP is pleased to announce that the partnership has elected Barbara Becker as the firm's next Chair and Managing Partner, effective May 1, 2021.

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Governor Cuomo Announces Opening of State-FEMA Mass Vaccination Sites in Albany, Buffalo, Rochester and YonkersEach Site Will Vaccinate 1,000 New Yorkers per Day; Serve as National Model for Equitable Distribution of Vaccine.

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Rush Limbaugh laid to rest in Missouri after private ceremonyLegendary conservative talk radio show host Rush Limbaugh was laid to rest during a small, private ceremony in his home state of Missouri, his widow Kathryn Limbaugh has revealed.

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Xi Jinping calls US 'biggest threat' to China's securityCommunist Party leader Xi Jinping warned that the United States is the "biggest threat" to China's security ​while touting the country's economic ​outlook, proclaiming that "the East is rising and the West is declining," according to a report on Wednesday.

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Andrew Cuomo Apologizes But 'Not Going To Resign' Over Sexual Harassment ClaimsThe New York governor admitted he made people "uncomfortable" but said he never inappropriately touched anyone.

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Cuomo addresses harassment claims, vows to stay in officeBesieged by sexual harassment allegations, a somber New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo apologized Wednesday, saying he “learned an important lesson” about his own behavior around women, but he said he intended to remain in office.

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CDC slams Texas for lifting mask order amid vaccine optimismThe Center for Disease Control and Prevention on Wednesday issued a stern warning against Texas Gov.

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Florida school officer fired after using N-word on bodycamDelvin White, an officer at Middleton High School, was dismissed Tuesday for "violations of policy that prohibit discriminatory conduct," the Tampa Police Department said.

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New York prosecutors face challenges in fight for police accountabilityA special unit that was created to investigate and prosecute police killings in New York has so far led to no convictions.

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Barack and Michelle Obama praised Dr. Seuss during presidencyClips of the Obamas praising and quoting the famous author back in 2015 have resurfaced in the wake of the Biden administration stripping his name from Read Across America Day.

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New York Giants to release veteran WR Golden Tate, one otherMarch 3 - The New York Giants are releasing former Pro Bowl wide receiver Golden Tate after only two seasons.

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South Korea's first known transgender soldier found deadByun Hui-su, 23, a former staff sergeant and tank driver, hadn't been in contact with local mental health counselors she was connected with since Sunday so they requested a welfare check at her home.

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Mayor De Blasio's Daily COVID BriefingMayor Bill de Blasio holds daily briefing on coronavirus response and vaccine rollout in New York City.

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New York lawmaker proposes converting empty offices and hotels into affordable housingThe Housing Our Neighbors with Dignity Act, sponsored by State Sen. Michael Gianaris, includes the purchase and conversion of office buildings and hotels that are up for sale.

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New York Rangers still working through inconsistenciesMar 2, 2021; New York, New York, USA; New York Rangers right wing Pavel Buchnevich celebrates with left wing Alexis Lafreniere and center Mika Zibanejad after scoring a goal against the Buffalo Sabres at 28 seconds of the first period at Madison Square Garden.

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New York Weather: CBS2 Noon ForecastCBS2's Elise Finch has the latest on a warm-up following recent brutally cold temperatures.

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New York City developer won't have to remove floors from residential building in Manhattan, court rulesA New York appeals court reversed a ruling that ordered a Manhattan high-rise construction project to dismantle multiple floors.

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Woman Attacked On Subway In Front Of Young SonPolice are looking for the suspect in the Hunts Point incident. CBS2's Mary Calvi reports.

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New York Sports Clubs' former owner settles NY attorney general lawsuit over billingThe former owner of New York Sports Clubs and Lucille Roberts will forfeit a $250,000 bond to settle New York Attorney General Letitia James' lawsuit over its billing practices during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Police Searching For 2 Men In Violent Bronx RobberyThe incident was captured on video. CBS2's Mary Calvi reports.

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NYC District Attorneys Denounce Attacks On Transit WorkersCBS2's Natalie Duddridge has more on Wednesday press conference.

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Jersey City's Automat Kitchen Serves Comfort Food From Little WindowsThe food is solid, but the space lacks some of the restaurant genre's retro charm.

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Trickster claiming to be Cory Booker lands Khashoggi interview on BBCA trickster claiming to be New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker bluffed his way into a BBC radio interview on the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, according to a red-faced apology from the British outlet and tweets from confused listeners.

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Security Beefed Up Around U.S. CapitolThe move comes amid reports that a militia group may be planning to breach the Capitol on Thursday.

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At Least 10 Rockets Hit Military Base In Iraq Housing U.S. TroopsCBS2's Skyler Henry reports.

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SpaceX Starship poised for possible launch on WednesdayHoping the third time's the charm, a SpaceX Starship may blast off as early as Wednesday in hopes of being the first prototype to stick a landing after two previous tests ended in fiery explosions.

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Apply for 127 affordable apartments in Mott Haven, from $522/monthLocated at 345 St. Ann's Avenue, the newly constructed mixed-use building is called Park Haven.

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Dr. Seuss books dominate Amazons top 10 list after cancellationDr. Seuss dominated Amazon's top 10 bestselling list on Wednesday, one day after the publisher announced it was pulling a number of books for apparent racist undertones.

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Mass Vaccination Site Opens In YonkersCBS2's Mary Calvi has the story.

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New York City Vaccination Sites Ready For Johnson and Johnson ShotNew York City's vaccination sites will soon be administering the single-dose Johnson and Johnson shot and expanding their hours to do so.

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Migrants in Texas who tested positive for COVID reportedly releasedMore than 100 illegal immigrants who tested positive for the coronavirus - after their arrival in Texas ​​since late January - have been released by the Border Patrol into the Lone Star State ​and are free to travel to other parts of the US, according to reports.

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New York Times slammed over ad seeking opinion editor with 'spine of steel' following departuresThe New York Times was dragged on Twitter Wednesday after placing an ad seeking a deputy opinion editor with "a spine of steel" - months after three editors were forced to leave the publication for promoting unpopular debate within the company's liberal workplace.

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Attempted Robbery At Brooklyn PharmacyPolice say an employee was Tased during an attempted robbery at a pharmacy in Brooklyn.

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The Knick is now on HBO Max: Our guide to this twisted medical seriesThe grim, bloody wonderful business known as The Knick  primarily set in a New York City hospital at the start of the 20th century  only got two seasons but they were great fun.

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Downy or Hairy Woodpecker?With the onset of winter, downy and hairy woodpeckers become more apparent - knocking away in our woods and stopping by our birdfeeders.

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Brooklyn's Hottest New Restaurants, March 2021These are the hottest new restaurants to eat at right now in Brooklyn.

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Down and Up the Black Rock CanalThis is the same story as yesterday's, but the perspective is different, thanks to a Great Lakes mariner. New York slides the 509A into Black Rock Lock, a USACE facility. By the way, Black Rock was a town that once rivaled Buffalo.

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Ny Begins More Citizen Control Via Their Dictators Edicts  C19 Passports03/03/21) - In more outright insanity, the Dictator of NY has decreed a new program that will REQUIRE people of NY to show a "Covid-19 Passport" to enter businesses, theaters, and sports arenas.

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Police: Suspects Trying To Steal Muscle Milk Use Taser On Pharmacy EmployeeSurveillance video shows a group of employees confront the suspects. At least one employee is shoved to the ground, and a display is knocked over.

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Biden agrees to new cap on COVID-19 stimulus checksThe new limits sharply curtail eligibility for the checks and mean that people who earn more than $80,000 per year won't be eligible for a share of the checks up to $1,400.

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WHO estimates hearing loss will affect 1 in 4 people by 2050Billions of people are expected to suffer from some degree of hearing loss by 2050, according to a report from the World Health Organization , said to be the first-ever global report on hearin...

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Americans disapprove of Biden immigration, transgender actions: pollA majority of Americans disapprove of President Biden's executive orders on immigration and transgender athletes participating in women's sports - his least popular actions since taking office - according to a new poll.

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Thousands More Vaccine Appointments Open Up in NYC for Johnson and Johnson Pilot; Stark Racial Gaps PersistNew Yorkers experienced major frustration booking their COVID-19 vaccine appointments just a few weeks ago.

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Myanmar security forces kill at least 33 protestersYANGON, Myanmar — At least 33 protesters were killed by Myanmar security forces on Wednesday, the highest number since a Feb.

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New York Giants release Golden Tate: Why failed $37.5 million marriage came to anticipated endTwo years after signing a big contract in free agency, wide receiver Golden Tate's tenure with the New York Giants is over.

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Gallery Watch: 'Last Supper' at LatchKey GalleryEV Grieve is the leading news, entertainment and lifestyle blog about the East Village of New York City.

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New York Gov. Cuomo apologizes, but says he won't resignAndrew Cuomo had a press briefing to address allegations by three women who accused him of making unwanted advances and sexual harassment.

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NYC Restaurants Weigh Implications of Mandatory Vaccine PoliciesThe controversial measure may pick up support as the vaccine becomes more readily available in the city.

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‘Space hurricane' spotted above Earth for the first time everThe 600-mile-wide mass of plasma occurred several hundreds of miles above the North Pole, according to a study in the journal Nature Communications.

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Prince Harry, Meghan Markle Made Secret Visit To Stanford Researcher Who Studies Science Of CompassionPrince Harry and Meghan Markle were in the Bay Area February of 2020 right before the pandemic.

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Review: Honey Girl by Morgan RogersHeat Factor: Not quite fade to black, but the sex writing is more focused on the emotions than the mechanics Character Chemistry: Veering into insta-love territory; maybe it’s fate Plot: Grace has an identity crisis Overall: Messy and beautiful For the record, I really enjoyed a lot about this book.

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US infrastructure gets CAUSTIN, Texas — America's infrastructure has scored near-failing grades for its deteriorating roads, public transit and storm water systems due to years of inaction from the federal government, the American Society of Civil Engineers reports.

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6 Suffolk County Police Officers Facing Disciplinary Action Following Violent ArrestIn body cam video, officers can be seen kicking suspect Christopher Cruz, who police say led them on a chase last week while driving a stolen Jeep.

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"Embarrassed" Cuomo apologizes for "pain I've caused," but says he won't resign as New York's governorNew York Governor Andrew Cuomo said Wednesday that he won't resign from office amid growing calls for him to step down over sexual harassment allegations.

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Coalition Challenges Future Leaders To Give Pedestrians 25% More Street SpaceOn Monday, a coalition of over 80 advocacy groups and nonprofit organizations challenged the next mayor, borough presidents and city council members to commit to reallocating 25 percent of street space from cars to pedestrians by 2025.

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No Hate Crime Charges In Stabbing Of Asian Man In Lower ManhattanControversy is brewing over the Manhattan district attorney's decision not to bring a hate crime charge in the stabbing of an Asian-American man in Lower Manhattan.

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Jing Fong Protesters Call on Landlord to Save Chinatown's Largest RestaurantPlus, mutual aid workers are excluded from the city's latest vaccination rollout — and more intel.

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Manhattan DA Says Evidence Does Not Support Hate Crime Charges In Stabbing Of Asian-American ManThe suspect, 24-year-old Salman Muflihi, was held on half a million bail for charges brought by the Manhattan DA, including attempted murder and assault - but not a hate crime.

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Apply for Brand New Affordable Apartments in Mott Haven—1 Bedrooms As Low As $465/moMOTT are now being accepted for brand new affordable apartments in Mott Haven via New York City's housing lottery.

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New York City to restart $17B of capital construction projectsGrillo said that the reboot will not only be an opportunity to put architects, engineers and construction professionals back to work after being sidelined by the pandemic but will also provide opportunities to the city's minority - and women-owned contractors and to small construction businesses that can now restaff their operations.

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Probe into Hunter Biden's 'tax affairs' moving ahead: reportThe federal probe into Hunter Biden's "tax affairs" is plowing ahead without any interference from President Biden's White House, according to a report on Wednesday.

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Governor Cuomo's Health Department plans to downsize the only hospital in Rockaway during a pandemicQueens Eagle Months after hundreds of sick and dying COVID-19 patients flooded the emergency room and critical care units at St. John'...

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Woman Attacked With Sock Full Of Coins On SubwayPolice say a woman was attacked last week while on the subway with her 8-year-old son.

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Dr. Fauci donates his 3D model of COVID to Smithsonian museumDr. Anthony Fauci has donated his personal 3-D model of the coronavirus to the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History in Washington, DC, which honored him with its Great Americans Medal.

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DOT Looks to Revamp Traffic Flow at Park Circle In KensingtonThe city’s Department of Transportation is rethinking traffic flow at Park Circle at the southwest corner of Prospect Park.Â.

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NYC reburies remains of early New Yorkers in Washington Square ParkHe skeletal remains were placed in a wooden box and buried five feet below grade, with an engraved paver marking the site at the southern entrance of the park.

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Dr. Dave Hnida Shares COVID Checklist As Parents Send Their Students Back To ClassroomsMore school districts are returning to full in-person learning as they get middle and high schoolers back in classrooms.

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Kamala Harris' tweet wishing Dr. Seuss a 'happy birthday' resurfacesHarris was a senator when she sent out the tweet, dated March 2, 2017, in which she wished the famed children's book author a happy birthday.

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NYC Restaurants Are Pivoting to Pizza During the PandemicWhat that macrotrend looks like in New York is not the rise of Domino's or Pizza Hut but virtual pizza parlors inside existing restaurants and chefs establishing new brands around their new pies.

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Woman Arrested After Allegedly Abandoning Child In The BronxCharges against 32-year-old Sadeekah Abdul Salaam include child abandonment and reckless endangerment.

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Boat Stewards Sought for 2021 Boating SeasonNew York State's Watercraft Inspection Steward Programs are now recruiting boat stewards for the 2021 season.

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Violent Robbery Caught On VideoPolice are searching for the suspects behind a violent robbery that was caught on video in broad daylight on a Bronx sidewalk.

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Violent Robbery Caught On Video In Broad Daylight On Bronx SidewalkPolice said the suspects took more than $800 from the man's pockets and took off.

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McCarren Park Dance Party Provides A Substance Free Space to MoveAnother participant, who comes to North Brooklyn every week from Bensonhurst said he keeps coming to ReBootNYC because, “It’s a release, it’s a community, it’s a safe space and it’s medicine.”.

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Sweden warns of first lockdown amid surge in COVID-19 casesSwedish officials have warned that the country may need to implement its first lockdown amid the pandemic as the number of COVID-19 infections surged 100% in Stockholm over the past three weeks.

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New York Prosecutors Urge Tougher Punishment for Spitting at Transit WorkersThe city's five district attorneys urged state legislators to amend the penal code to upgrade spitting at a transit worker to a misdemeanor from a violation, which would technically make spitting punishable by up to one year in jail.

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Crossing the BridgeI will instruct you and teach you in the way you should go; I will counsel you with my loving eye on you.

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National security officials to testify at hearing about Capitol riotOfficials from Homeland Security, the Justice Department, the Pentagon and the National Guard are scheduled to testify Wednesday about missteps involved in preparing for and responding to the Capitol riot.

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Ausable River Association Hires New Stream Restoration AssociateThe Ausable River Association has announced the hire of Peru, NY resident Gary Henry for the position of stream restoration associate.

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Universal 'evaluating' area named for yanked Dr. Seuss bookThe Florida theme park has a Seuss Landing area called "If I Ran the Zoo," which is the title of one of the books yanked on Tuesday.

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Explosion damages COVID-19 testing center in the NetherlandsAn explosion struck a COVID-19 testing center in a small town in the Netherlands on Wednesday, shattering several windows in what police believe was an intentional attack, officials said.

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New York Rangers' Top 5 Prospects for March 2021The NY Rangers have one of the deepest prospect pools in the NHL. Here's a list of their top five for March.

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Donor Accidentally Leaves $5,000 Cash In Jacket Donated To Texas Goodwill StoreIn early February workers at the Goodwill store in Hurst, Texas were approached by a man in a panic, who explained that his wife had accidentally donated a jacket with $5,000 cash in the pocket.

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Teens' mental health took a hit during COVID pandemic: studyThe COVID-19 pandemic has taken a profound toll on teens and young adults - with those between the ages of 13 and 18 being the most affected, according to a troubling new national study of medical records and insurance claims.

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Biden still hasn't briefed top senators on Syria airstrike as DemsThe Biden administration has still not briefed senators directly on last week's airstrike of a facility in Syria allegedly used by an Iran-allied militia group, as Democratic lawmakers continue to express anger over the move.

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Historic Brooklyn Heights house from the movie 'Moonstruck' hits the market for $12.8MAs Brownstoner first spotted, the Brooklyn Heights townhouse that was used for the exterior shots of the Castorini family's home in the classic 1987 film Moonstruck has just come on the market.

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Chad P. Dawson Joins Adirondack Wild BoardDr. Chad P. Dawson, formerly a member of the NYS Adirondack Park Agency from 2016 until December 2020, has been elected to Adirondack Wild’s Board of Directors.

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'The Real World New York' Cast: Where Are They Now?Ahead of the new Paramount+ series, Us Weekly reveals where the 'The Real World: New York' cast is today — read more.

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New York to allow weddings for up to 150Guests will have to move in socially distanced dance zones, while attendees must show negative Covid test or have had two vaccine shots.

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New York Governor Refuses To Quit Over Sexual Harassment ScandalNew York Governor Andrew Cuomo said Wednesday he would not resign over a sexual harassment scandal as he asked Americans to await the outcome of an independent investigation into his conduct.

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New York to loosen travel restrictions for Americans who've gotten the COVID-19 vaccineNew York, one of the first states in the U.S. to implement travel restrictions on domestic visitors last spring, took another step toward relaxing its COVID-19 policies Wednesday by lifting the quarantine and COVID-19 testing restrictions on people who have been vaccinated within 90 days of their second inoculation.

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H A R L E M + B E S P O K E: Bespoke: Traders Joe's Donates Back FoodHarlem Bespoke: Another thing to look out for when Trader Joe's opens on 125th Street in a couple of years is that the affordable sup...

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New York's Covid ‘patient zero' says he objects to being called a super-spreaderThe lawyer once known as "Patient Zero" of New York's coronavirus epidemic says he now appreciates life more than ever - as long as you don't call him a super-spreader.

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Instagram, OnlyFans millionaire model roasted for errorAn Instagram and Onlyfans millionaire model is firing back after getting roasted for mistakenly referring to Sydney as the capital of Australia.

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New Treatment Gets Young People With Knee Problems Back In Game: ‘Couldn't Walk, I Was Dragging My Right Leg Behind Me':There is a new treatment that is getting young people with knee problems back in the game.

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The art of giving back: New York painter buys unknown artists' worksFacebook and Twitter say Australia wants to give regulator too much power in bid to combat online bullying.

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Meghan Markle calls bullying claims calculated smear campaign ahead of tell-allMeghan Markle has ripped reports about her bullying royal aides as being a "calculated smear campaign" to deflect from her blockbuster Oprah TV special.

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New York Weather: CBS2's 3/3 Wednesday Afternoon ForecastToday will feel much better with highs in the low 50s - that's about 15-20° warmer than yesterday.

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Police: Woman Attacked With Sock Full Of Coins With Son On SubwayPolice said a man kicked the 45-year-old woman's foot and then hit her in the head with a sock full of coins.

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H A R L E M + B E S P O K E: Dwell: 455 West 144th Street Off MarketHarlem Bespoke: Number 455 West 144th Street arrived on the market in the middle of last summer for an asking set at $3.9 million but now...

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H A R L E M + B E S P O K E: See: Love Letters For Harlem ExhibitFebruary 20th to March 27th, Love Letters for Harlem photo exhibit at Claire Oliver Gallery, 2288 Adam Clayton Powell Boulevard by 135th S...

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NY COVID-19 ‘patient zero' denies he was a super-spreaderLawrence Garbuz — who was revealed in March 2020 to be the first known carrier in New Rochelle, where the contagion quickly spread — told the Wall Street Journal that he has counseled other COVID-19 patients and that his wife, Adina Lewis, has comforted many spouses.

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The Everyday Girl Bosses: Ashley and FayeWho doesnt love cookies? Especially cookies that are giant, creatively stuffed with your favorite sweets and candies, and shareable.

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H A R L E M + B E S P O K E: Subscribe: Harlem Bespoke By EmailHarlem Bespoke: Get daily Harlem Bespoke posts via email the moment they are published by subscribing below.

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National Guard troops at Capitol sick after eating raw meat: reportNational Guard soldiers defending the US Capitol have reportedly gotten ill after being fed meat that is almost completely raw - with shaved metal also found in meals.

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Multiple Car Fires After BQE CrashThere's a commuter alert for drivers on the BQE in Brooklyn.

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Hill Review: Post-Brexit London Goes Radical to Take On New York, AmsterdamA review on how to revitalize the capital markets doesn't just make policy prescriptions. It wants a more amenable regulatory approach.

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COVID Vaccine: Bronx Residents Can Begin Scheduling Appointments For Johnson and Johnson ShotsStarting at 11 a.m. Wednesday, qualifying Bronx residents can make appointments for the new Johnson and Johnson vaccine, and they could receive it as early as Thursday.

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New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo refuses to resign as he apologizes amid sexual harassment scandalNew York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said he was "sorry for whatever pained I caused" three women who have accused him of sexually harassing them.

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Life In Groundwater Fed Springs in WinterOn a clear mid-winter day several years ago, my student Sarah Wakefield and I pulled on snowshoes, donned backpacks, and headed up through Smugglers' Notch in Vermont.

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City throwing $$$ at Trump cronies through homeless shelter non-profitsFrom Patch : The 75-bed shelter at 243-02 Northern Blvd. will be run by the nonprofit Samaritan Village.

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Community members rip the City Council a new oneWe've come to the end of our coverage of the disastrous Planning Together hearing from 2/23.

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Firefighter Injured Battling Queens BlazeChopper 2 is over the scene of a fire in Woodhaven, Queens.

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COVID 1 Year: 'Long Haulers' Still On Long Road To Recovery, 'A Complete Lifestyle Change'A recent study published by the Journal of the American Medical Association found about 30% of COVID-19 patients reported persistent symptoms as long as nine months after illness.

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These are the 6 Best Hotels in NoHo in 2021 ▷ Map + GuideAre you looking for a nice hotel in NoHo for your next visit to New York?

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Democrat Socialist coalition calls for Cuomo's impeachmentYikes, not a good name if you studied History.

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NYPD's robot 'Digidog' patrols New York City, reminds residents of dystopian thrillersNYPD deployed a "creepy" blue coloured robot dog with camera modules, lights, and walkie-talkies sprinting around the town that looked nothing like a K-9.

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J. Styles A Tale Of Beauty And FashionBorn, raised and reside in New York with a little bit of Jersey. I’ve mothered 3 wonderful children with my husband.

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Checking on in Meat + Bread on Allen StreetEV Grieve is the leading news, entertainment and lifestyle blog about the East Village of New York City.

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The Bold Type Season 1The Netflix description writes: "At a women's magazine in New York, three millennials juggle their careers, romance, friendships and big-city life while finding their own voices." And it certainly is.

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NY PopsUp with Performances at Essex CrossingA small crowd gathers outside the entrance to the International Center of Photography on Essex Street.

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Lady Gaga's Former Lower East Side Apartment is Back on the MarketThe Lower East Side apartment formerly inhabited by Lady Gaga before she was famous is again available for rent.

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Seward Park Co-op General Manager Stepping Down After 13 YearsYesterday afternoon, Seward Park Co-op members were informed that the general manager is stepping down next month.

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More COVID-19 variants emerge closer to home: What to know about the ones discovered in Brazil, New York, CaliforniaHealth experts are seeing red flags in coronavirus variants that were first discovered in Brazil, New York and California.

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Companies Put Return-to-Work Plans in MotionMany employers are not making a decision until many workers are vaccinated. And some are making plans for "hybrid" work arrangements.

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Oakland, N.J. A Rustic Version of Suburbia, 30 Miles From MidtownLess pricey than surrounding areas of Bergen County, the borough has a secluded feeling, but highways make it accessible to the city.

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This is the new tenant for the NW corner of 2nd Avenue and St. Mark's PlaceEV Grieve is the leading news, entertainment and lifestyle blog about the East Village of New York City.

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Katonah Museum of Art "Cladogram" Juried Exhibition for Poets, Authors, Visual, Sound, Book, Craft Artists DEADLINE April 2 ~Katonah, NY~The Katonah Museum of Art invites submissions for Cladogram: 2nd KMA International Juried Biennial, July 11 to September 19, 2021.

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Leasing underway at Stella LES on Avenue C and HoustonEV Grieve is the leading news, entertainment and lifestyle blog about the East Village of New York City.

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New York legislature to strip Andrew Cuomo of his COVID-19 emergency powersAccording to this story the New York legislature has reached a deal to strip Governor Andrew Cuomo-who wrote a book on how to lead the people through a pandemic and how wonderfully he handled the COVID-19 pandemic compared to Donald Trump, even though his policies led to the deaths of thousands of senior citizens-of his emergency COVID-19 powers.

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Report: The Knickerbocker Bar and Grill will be reopening soon on University PlaceEV Grieve is the leading news, entertainment and lifestyle blog about the East Village of New York City.

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Case of the Day  Wednesday, March 3, 2021SOMEBODY HERE OWES ME MONEY Today we go to the mailbag! Today we consider an interesting problem, this one submitted by alert reader Tracy of Pinebark, New York.

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10 rockets strike Iraqi base hosting US troopsTen rockets struck an Iraqi base hosting US troops on Wednesday morning, security sources said.

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Texas man shoots wife, then himself inside doctor's officeAndrew Wang, 64, was at the medical office next to the Woman's Hospital of Texas when he carried out the violence just before 3 p.m., Click2Houston.com reported, citing police.

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Investigators retrieve 'black box' data from Tiger Woods' SUVThe Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department executed a search warrant to gather the information, which could show the vehicle's speed before the collision and whether its brakes were applied.

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US Capitol Police increase security amid 'concerning' intelligenceUS Capitol Police announced Tuesday that they were enhancing security measures this week around the Capitol building due to "concerning information" they have received.

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ICE suspects 'human smuggling' involved in deadly CA crashImmigration officials have opened a "human smuggling" investigation into Tuesday's deadly crash along the US-Mexico border in Southern California involving an SUV carrying a group of undocumented immigrants.

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New York to allow weddings for up to 150 a€“ but no dancing outside your zoneNew York state will permit weddings of up to 150 people starting 15 March, with a wide range of safety rules required for ceremonies that include making guests shake a leg solely in socially distanced "dance zones".

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Brazilian COVID-19 variant found in OregonHealth officials on Tuesday also reported 13 new coronavirus-related deaths in the state, raising the known death toll to 2,225.

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LA man saves abandoned baby, suspect accused of assaulting motherLuke Dufrene told The Houma Courier he was driving when he saw a man getting out of a vehicle to drop off a baby on the shoulder of US Highway 90 in Raceland Thursday afternoon.

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New York Weather: CBS2 3/2 Nightly Forecast at 11PMCBS2's Lonnie Quinn has your weather forecast for March 2 at 11 p.m. 12 hours ago.

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Buchnevich, Shesterkin Lead Rangers To Win Over SabresShesterkin made eight saves in the first period, nine in the second and five in the third to beat the Sabres for the second time and improve to 5-7-1 on the season.

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Fans See Varlamov Make 28 Saves, Isles Beat DevilsSemyon Varlamov made 28 saves and came within 14 seconds of his fourth shutout, and the red-hot Islanders beat the slumping Devils on Tuesday night.

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The Live Hermes Show Will Dance Across the Planet From New York to Paris to ShanghaiHermès is about to register another first in its 184 year history, a single live show across three cities in three continents.

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Woman says no one helped her when baby was punched on New York subwayA young mother said no one came to her help when a female beggar started punching her two-year-old child on a subway train in New York on Saturday, even as she yelled for help.

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Spurs Snap Knicks' 3-Game Winning StreakThe Knicks had won seven of nine entering Tuesday's game, but were never able to find a consistent rhythm in its most lopsided loss of the season.

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Gov. Cuomo On Verge Of Losing Some Emergency Pandemic Powers While Facing Mounting ScandalsThere were increasing calls for Gov. Andrew Cuomo to resign at a rally outside his Manhattan office Tuesday.

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'The Nourish Spot' Wins $62,000 Grant From Beauty BrandA Queens juice bar is the lucky recipient of a grant from a Beverly Hills make-up brand with a mission to help Black communities.

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