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Mayor De Blasio Defends Record On Police Reform, Says Gov. Cuomo 'Doesn't Have His Facts Straight'On Thursday, Cuomo blasted de Blasio for allegedly dragging his feet in drawing up a plan to redesign the NYPD.

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Bronx Man Charged After 3-Year-Old Jaylynn Evans Dies In His Care; Grandmother Pleads: 'I Just Need To Know What Happened'Sources say Richardson failed to call 911 and passed several closer hospitals between the Bronx and Queens.

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FDA Issues Benadryl Warning, Investigating Reports Of Teen Injuries And Deaths Linked To TikTok ChallengeThe FDA cited reports of teenagers ending up in hospital emergency rooms or dying after participating in the so-called "Benadryl Challenge," on the social media platform TikTok.

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Ron Paul hospitalized after he appears to suffer strokeRon Paul, a former Texas congressman, presidential candidate and the father of Sen. Rand Paul, suffered an apparent stroke-like illness in the middle of a livestream Friday afternoon.

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RBG's personal trainer Bryant Johnson spotted doing pushups at funeralOvercome with emotion for the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, personal trainer Bryant Johnson was compelled to honor his inspirational client with three steely, somber push-ups.

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Prudential fires man accused of 'racist' insults toward Korean womanInsurance giant Prudential has fired an employee accused of telling a Korean-American social media star to "go back to Wuhan" while at a California restaurant, company officials said.

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Ex-teaching assistant pleads guilty to having sex with 14-year-old boy at her schoolAllyssa Gustafson, 24, entered a guilty plea Monday for aggravated criminal sexual abuse stemming from an innapropritate relationship with a student at Circle Academy in Urbana, the News-Gazette reported.

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Florida man suing McDonald's says he chipped tooth on McNuggetA Florida man is not lovin' the dental agony he claims he suffered after biting into a McDonald's Chicken McNugget, according to a report.

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Amish brothers avoid jail time for sex with 12-year-old-sisterTwo Amish brothers in Missouri admitted having sex with their 12-year-old sister and getting her pregnant — but managed to avoid jail time because a prosecutor feared they'd "be eaten alive" in prison, according to a report.

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Waterline Square's amenities include an indoor skate park, full tennis court, and a rock-climbing wallThe Waterline Club was designed by the Rockwell Group and is anchored by a three-level atrium that connects all 30 of the curated amenity spaces with "sculptural pedestrian bridges and a dramatic staircase that, in a nod to the development’s waterfront location, was inspired by a boat’s wooden hull," according to the press release.

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Hunter killed by grizzly in Alaska died in 'surprise attack'An investigation found Austin Pfeiffer died during the "surprise attack" and didn't have a firearm or bear spray with him at the time, according to Thursday's statement.

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Airline crew held in COVID-19 ‘concentration camp' in Hong KongThe cabin crew of a British Airways flight has been held in what one flight attendant has described as a "concentration camp" in Hong Kong after a colleague tested positive for the coronavirus, according to a report.

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Off-duty Pennsylvania cop charged in boozy tire-slashing spreePittston Police Officer Dion Fernandes, 44, was identified through cellphone video that captured the Aug.

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Helen Rosenthal Outlines Funding For UWS SchoolsIn an email sent to her constituents on September 25, Helen Rosenthal stated that her office has allocated over $570,000 to UWS public schools for fiscal year 2021, which will contribute to a wide variety of enrichment, arts, and after-school programs. Here is the list of recipient schools outlined in Rosenthals email: PS 191  Literacy and...

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City's Outdoor Dining Program Now Permanent and Year-RoundSept. 25, 2020 By Allie Griffin New York City's popular outdoor dining initiative will now be year-round and permanent, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced.

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Annual Holiday Train through Northern New York canceledThe annual Canadian Pacific Holiday Train will not roll into New York's North Country this year.

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Woman, friend allegedly poison husband with deadly mushroomsKatrina Fouts, 54, and Terry Hopkins, 65, were charged with the murder of Fouts' husband, 50-year-old David Fouts, whose body was discovered off a rural road April 24 in Noblesville, news station KOKI reported.

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Trump says debating with Biden will be like a UFC matchPresident Trump told a group of Hispanic supporters in Miami that his upcoming debates against Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden will be like UFC cage matches.

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Father Shoved Onto Subway Tracks In Unprovoked Attack: 'I Thought I Was Going To Lose My Life'He said he fell hard and felt pain, but his mind immediately went into survival mode for his daughter.

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Firefighters Make Surprise Discovery Battling Brooklyn Blaze: Bundles Of Cash Hidden In CeilingSome firefighters made it rain while battling a fire at a Brooklyn home Thursday.

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Schenectady During The Second World WarThis week on The Historians Podcast, City Historian Christopher Leonard discusses Schenectady during the Second World War, plus he takes a look at Schenectady and the Erie Canal.

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Deborah Birx denies she's leaving COVID-19 task force"Do I look like a person that is diminished? " the task force coordinator said when asked Thursday about a CNN report which claimed the health official was unhappy about her shrinking role on the panel.

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Everything to Know About NYC's New Permanent Outdoor Dining PlanFollowing weeks of calls from restaurant owners and other elected officials in the city, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Friday that outdoor dining would officially be a permanent fixture in NYC, offering a mix of sidewalk seating and seats along streets closed off to vehicular traffic.

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Breonna Taylor's family wants grand jury transcripts releasedBreonna Taylor's family members on Friday called on Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron to release the transcripts from the grand jury that did not bring charges against the police officers in the young black woman's killing.

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NYC outdoor dining will be year-round and permanentOutdoor dining will be a permanent, year-round feature for New York City restaurants, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced on Friday.

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2 charged for handling of COVID-19 outbreak at veterans home"We believe this is the first criminal case in the country brought against those involved in nursing homes during the COVID-19 pandemic," AG Maura Healey told reporters.

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New York begins enforcing plastic bag ban Oct. 19On Oct. 19, more than seven months after the law took effect, New York State's environmental agency will begin enforcing a ban on single use plastic bags at grocery stores and other retailers.

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3 churchgoers arrested for failing to wear masks at Idaho protestThree people were arrested at an anti-mask protest in Idaho where church-goers gathered to belt out religious songs in a city hall parking lot.

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Woman charged after driving truck through Breonna Taylor protestsJoanna Gollnau was charged with felony reckless endangerment and reckless driving "for striking a bicyclist with her vehicle" outside during protests.

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New York Gov. Cuomo Announces Opening of Energy and Nature Education CenterDuring Climate Week, Governor Cuomo Announces Opening of Energy and Nature Education Center at Jones Beach State Park Partnership with LIPA, NYSERDA, and NYPA Creates Modern Educational Facility for Long Island's Most-Visited State Park Facility Advances Understanding of the Interplay between Human Action, Energy Use, and Environmental...

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New York's Treatment of "Arising Out Of" Insurance ExclusionsA discussion of New York's extremely insured friendly reading of "arising out of" language in insurance agreements.

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New York City To Make Expanded Outdoor Dining Areas Permanent, Mayor de Blasio SaysThe mayor said restaurants will be allowed to permanently expand into parking areas in front of their restaurants and adjacent storefronts.

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City Hall Park Is Still Under Lockdown, the MTA Has a Man Cave, and Other NewsA group of neighbors called Friends of City Hall Park, Tribeca Citizen reports, has been trying to speak to the Parks Department, the NYPD, and the mayor's office to advocate for the park's reopening, but to no avail.

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Nancy Pelosi still doesn't think Biden should debate TrumpHouse Speaker Nancy Pelosi is standing by her statement that Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden should not debate President Trump.

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Buffalo NY Police will no longer require names on uniformAs a means to protect officers from threat incidents, Buffalo cops will wear an identifying number instead of their name as part of a new policy change that went into effect last week, Mayor Byron Brown told WKBW.

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Featured Adirondack Hike: Whiteface LandingWhiteface Landing in the McKenzie Mountain Wilderness, in Wilmington, Essex County, can be accessed via the waters of Lake Placid or a 2.5-mile trail which is also the first portion of the Whiteface Mountain Trail to the Mountain's Summit.

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Best Cheap Apartments for Rent in NYC Right NowAs New York City reopens after coronavirus shutdowns, we're hunting down the best affordable apartments for rent in Clinton Hill/Fort Greene, Astoria, and more.

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New York City Neighborhoods Experiencing COVID-19 Spikes May Face More ShutdownsIf these neighborhoods don't get their COVID numbers under control over the weekend, non-essential businesses and schools could be forced to close again.

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BREAKING: Outdoor dining now permanent and year-round in New York CityThe city's Open Restaurants Initiative, which allows for restaurants to serve customers on sidewalk and curb space, will be made permanent.

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Riverside Drive on The Upper West SideRiverside Drive is New York City's most scenic street. As one of the Upper West Side's main roads, it parallels the West Side Highway and offers river views.

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Outdoor Dining Is Now Permanent In NYCAfter months of calling, writing, and protesting, the city's restaurant owners finally have an outdoor dining plan.

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Grant Shaffer's NY SeeEV Grieve is the leading news, entertainment and lifestyle blog about the East Village of New York City.

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London has almost caught up with New York as the world's number 1 financial centre, survey findsLondon has almost caught up with New York as the world's number 1 financial centre, survey finds.

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Jessica Kahkoska  Off-Broadway and TV WriterWebsite: / IG: JKOS13 Jessica Kahkoska is a 29 year old located in New York and Colorado, specialising in American history, the old West, and women's stories.

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Empire State Building's Art Deco spire returns in all its glory after restorationWhat's old is new again. The iconic spire of the Empire State Building has returned to its original 1931 silhouette following a year-long restoration. The Empire State Realty Trust removed a network of archaic antennas and other unnecessary material found between floors 88 and 103 from the mooring mast, providing an obstacle-free look...

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Mueller team FBI agent: Flynn prosecution had 'get Trump' vibeAn FBI official who worked on former Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election believed some investigators had a "get Trump" attitude and that the probe was a "dead end," according to a report.

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A Citywide Dance Party with UWS PerformancesThe Dance Rising Collective will be performing throughout the 5 boroughs on October 1 and 3 from 5 to 5:30pm, with performances on the UWS!

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Landmine detection rat wins top UK animal bravery awardMagawa, a 7-year-old giant African pouched rat, was awarded a veterinary charity's top civilian award for bravery for detecting landmines in Cambodia.

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Summit To Address Northern NY Clean TransportationThe Adirondack North Country Association has announced “Clean Transportation: the Adirondack ON-RAMP, ” a virtual summit on clean transportation — a key ingredient to the state’s low-carbon future.

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Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam, wife test positive for COVID-19The Democratic governor and first lady received nasal swab tests Thursday afternoon after learning a staff member who works in their living quarters became infected with the virus, his office said.

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US senators, citing Uighurs, urge Netflix to drop planned Chinese sci-fi seriesFive Republican US senators have urged Netflix to reconsider plans to adapt a Chinese science-fiction book trilogy into a TV series because they said the author has defended the Chinese government's treatment of Uighur Muslims.

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Save The Date: Jcci's 36th Annual Dinner Gala, Together: Solidarity For The FutureAdditional information to come as the Gala nears. We hope to see you on November 6 as we will envision, and soar toward our solidarity for the future, together.Â.

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CT man facing charges for killing bear to protect his dogWilliam O'Connor, 26, was issued a summons Tuesday after gunning down the female black bear when his dog ran toward the animal and her cubs near the property line of his residence in Thomaston, the Connecticut Post reports.

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Walter MoserHelen Levitt numbers among the foremost exponents of street photography. As a passionate observer and chronicler of everyday street life in New York, she spent decades documenting residents of the city’s poorer neighbourhoods such as Lower East Side and Harlem.

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Judge Rules Census Can Continue For Another Month, Deadline Back On For Oct. 31The census is used to determine how $1.5 trillion in federal spending is distributed each year and how many congressional seats each state gets.

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Attica Scott arrested during Louisville Breonna Taylor protestsThe Kentucky lawmaker who co-authored "Breonna's Law" has been charged with felony rioting after being arrested alongside her daughter at Breonna Taylor protests in Louisville.

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See inside the secret train track hidden in the depths of Grand Central TerminalThe history behind Grand Central's Track 61 and a secret elevator that brought FDR up to the Waldorf Astoria Hotel.

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A Grasse River Online Performing Arts ExperienceTAUNY has announced “As the Grasse Talks: A Virtual Tour of the River’s History, ” a virtual tour/performance and exhibition by The Talking Wings Collective, as a part of the North Country Art, Land, and Environment Summit.

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LIC-Based Silvercup Studios Sold To Investment Group For $500m: ReportSept. 25, 2020 Staff Report A real estate investment group has signed a contract to buy Silvercup Studios for $500 million, according to the Wall Street.

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Calls to Make Outdoor Dining in NYC a Permanent Fixture Are Gaining MomentumLocal politicians Scott Stringer and Jessica Ramos wrote an open letter to the mayor calling on the city to make the Open Streets program permanent.

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg makes history as first woman to lie in state at USGinsburg, who died at 87 last week due to complications from metastatic pancreatic cancer, is also the first person of Jewish faith to receive the honor, capping days of commemoration of her extraordinary life.

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Alexei Navalny thanks 'unknown friends' for saving his lifeA relaxed-looking Alexei Navalny posted a touching selfie embracing his wife on his road to recovery after being poisoned with a Soviet-era nerve agent — and thanked his "good unknown friends" for saving his life.

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Parents knowingly sending COVID-infected kids to school: officialsParents in Wisconsin are knowingly sending their kids to school while infected with COVID-19 or experiencing symptoms, health officials said.

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19th Century Oneida County Records Return HomeThe records date from the 1840s, 1850s, and early 1900s and include birth, marriage, deaths, orders of filiation, indentures, and commitments to orphanages.

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Tats Cru pay tribute to Bittman 'Bimbo' Rivas on 2nd StreetEV Grieve is the leading news, entertainment and lifestyle blog about the East Village of New York City.

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Utica's Union Station Virtual Lecture Set For Sept 30The Oneida County History Center has announced a virtual lecture looking at the history of Utica's Union Station on Wednesday, September 30th.

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Prince Andrew's daughter Princess Eugenie pregnant with first childPrincess Eugenie is pregnant, Buckingham Palace announced Friday — which will make dad Prince Andrew a grandfather for the first time.

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GID Development Group Unveils Most Comprehensive Private Amenities Club In New York CityLeading national developer GID Development Group is celebrating the opening of the Waterline Club, the highly-anticipated amenity center inside...

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Bernie Sanders calls for commission to certify 2020 election results1 New COVID-19 mutation appears to be even more contagious, study says 2 Inside the hidden 'man cave' MTA workers built below Grand Central tracks 3 Hunter Biden got $3.5M wire transfer from Russian billionaire, report reveals 4 Lakers take their LeBron James frustration straight to the league 5 Senate report links Hunter Biden to 'prostitution...

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New York City's Latest Attraction: A Climate Clock That Counts Down To DoomsdayAs if the Covid-19 pandemic wasn't giving New Yorkers enough anxiety, a new temporary installation on a prominent Manhattan building reminds the world that that another massive crisis is nipping at our heels.

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Faulty propane system eyed in blast that killed Oklahoma teenA suspected faulty propane system caused an Oklahoma City home to explode, Berklee Maguire, 14, and injuring her parents and brother, officials said.

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Columbus Circle Target Opening Next MonthThe Columbus Circle Target at 1865 Broadway, between 61st and 62nd Streets, will be opening in October, a representative from the company's press department tells us.

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Florida governor wants to protect partying students from punishment amid COVID-19Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis says he wants to seek a "bill of rights" to protect college students from being expelled for partying hearty during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg lies in state at U.S. CapitolGinsburg, who died last week at the age of 87, is the first woman and the first Jewish person to receive such an honor.

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Lawmaker resigns after kissing girlfriend's breast in virtual sessionJuan Emilio Ameri shocked lawmakers by sitting through the on-camera session being played on a giant screen in parliament with a woman on his lap.

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Special needs teacher's assistant guilty of sexual abuse of studentA female teacher's assistant at a special needs school in Illinois has pleaded guilty to the sexual abuse of a 14-year-old student.

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Kamala Harris to join Bidens at RBG ceremony in US CapitolVice presidential nominee Kamala Harris will join Democratic candidate Joe Biden Friday to pay their respects to Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg as she becomes the first woman and first Jewish person to lie in state at the US Capitol, the campaign said.

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Jeff Daniels On Portraying Jim Comey For 'The Comey Rule': 'Here's Comey's Side Of The Story, Authentic"Jeff Daniels discusses playing former FBI director Jim Comey in the Showtime original 'The Comey Rule.'

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Some of New York City's most prestigious private preschools face closure as parents rethink school, city lifeAs families come to terms with safety worries and frustration with remote learning, the face of once-highly competitive private preschools in Manhattan is changing.

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Friends of wounded Louisville cop react to his shootingOne of Aubrey Gregory's friends, George Rodman, feared the worst when he received word about the shooting, which brought back memories of when his son was killed in the line of duty in 2017.

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Alexander WangHello guys, today I want to talk abut one of my favorite designers. I followed him on Instagram a while ago, but I have become a really big fan recently.

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London cop shot dead after missing gun while booking suspectA London cop was shot dead in his precinct early Friday while booking in a suspect - after officers failed to find his gun during an earlier search, according to reports.

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Several people wounded in Paris knife attack near ex-Charlie Hebdo officesAt least two people were wounded in a knife or axe attack Friday outside the former Paris office of the Charlie Hebdo satirical weekly — and a suspect has been arrested, according to reports.

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Dog Food Sold Nationwide Recalled Due To Potential SalmonellaSo far, no illnesses have been reported. Pets with salmonella infections may be lethargic, have diarrhea, fever, vomiting or abdominal pain.

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See It: MTA Workers Build Illegal 'Man Cave' In Grand Central Terminal; 'Few Would Have The Chutzpah'According to the Office of the MTA Inspector General, the room had a futon couch, large flat-screen television with streaming capabilities, a refrigerator, microwave, air conditioning, workout equipment and more - including an open can of beer.

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New York dad who shielded children from gunfire lost job due to injuriesAnthony Jefferson caught on camera diving to protect children.

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Three railroad workers built a 'man cave' under New York's Grand Central TerminalThe room was furnished with a wall-mounted TV connected to a streaming device, a futon couch, refrigerator, air mattress, and microwave, according to a report released Thursday by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority Inspector Carolyn Pokorny.

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New York City's new anthemA website focused on the overdevelopment and "tweeding" of the borough of Queens in the City of New York.

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Back on favoured clay, Thiem wary of New York hangoverNadal was absent from New York, as was Roger Federer, while Djokovic was defaulted in the fourth round and while that should not detract from Thiem's feat, he will be anxious to prove in Paris that he now belongs in their exalted company.

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New York Weather: CBS2's 9/25 Friday Afternoon ForecastToday will be a brighter day with mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies. It will be a little warmer, too, with highs near 80.

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Save the date: The 9th annual Lungs Harvest Arts Festival is Oct. 3-4EV Grieve is the leading news, entertainment and lifestyle blog about the East Village of New York City.

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Inside the New York Republican campaign trying its hardest to oust AOCOn an assuming street corner in the east Bronx, people slowly started crowding around a storefront turned political HQ, The Bronx Republican Party Headquarters.

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Austerity is coming for New York City. It doesn't have to.The state's power brokers are so afraid of the impoverished 1970s that they're inadvertently bringing them back.

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Covid-19 News: Live UpdatesSpeaker Nancy Pelosi, under pressure from moderate Democrats to work toward a deal with the White House, laid the groundwork for action on a stimulus bill.

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New York Fed: Pandemic Market Support Shouldn't Boost Moral HazardThe Federal Reserve's coronavirus pandemic lending efforts are unlikely to induce companies into too much risk taking in the future, a new report from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York said Thursday.

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The Empty Stages of N.Y.C.Most concerts, plays and other live performances have yet to resume. The pandemic fallout has devastated creative workers and hurt the city.

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New York stays ahead of London in top financial centres surveyNew York retained the top spot in a survey of global financial centres on Friday, with London strengthening its position in second place just over three months before Britain's full departure from the European Union.

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Grave Marker Fund for Homeless Man Beaten to Death on the Bowery Last YearIt's been exactly one year since the city was rocked by the fatal bludgeoning of homeless men on the Bowery while they slept.

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Fridays Under $40: Scared with a SandwichIn our Friday column, "Fridays Under $40," Boogie writer Sara Graham again hits the streets to find cheap eats and affordable things to do during these weird times.

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And then There's this Apartment with a Tub in the KitchenThe standard pre-war tenement layout included a bathtub in the kitchen. It made sense, as this was the central location of plumbing.

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The Gilgo Beach Murders Were a Cold Case. Then a New Police Chief Arrived.After a decade of little movement in a series of killings on Long Island, a new sense of urgency.

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How a Celebrity Fitness Trainer Who Has Gone Virtual Spends SundaysAkin Akman teaches his popular workouts to an Aarmy of students from a nearly empty studio.

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Even Paper Bags Will Be Banned From N.J. SupermarketsThe bill, which would make the state the first to ban single-use paper bags at supermarkets, would also ban single-use plastic bags in stores and restaurants.

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‘All Eyes Are on New York': Can It Pull Off Hybrid Learning in Schools?The model seems like a promising way to provide socially distanced instruction in classrooms. But will it actually work?

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How Yurts and Heat Lamps Will Save New York's RestaurantsOutdoor dining has been a magical distraction from pandemic gloom. But the city has done little to ensure that it will survive in colder weather.

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They Had Big Plans for the Lockdown. This Is What Happened.As the pandemic drags on, some of us who had grand plans for self improvement as we sheltered in place are tearing up those to-do lists.

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'We're just hoping for some miracle'EV Grieve is the leading news, entertainment and lifestyle blog about the East Village of New York City.

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New York stays ahead of London in top financial centers surveyShanghai overtook Tokyo to take third place, with Hong Kong and Singapore in fifth and sixth places.

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Two-year old hoots 12-year old cousin after finding gunMobile police responded to a report of a shooting Wednesday evening, where the 12-year-old's mother told officers her toddler nephew had found a gun on a bed and accidentally shot her son, news outlets reported, citing the agency.

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A small cork in an OceanJust live a little. Do the unthinkable and reveal a new you to yourself. And notes on colored students stepping up to integrate themselves from Michelle Obamas Becoming Me.

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H A R L E M + B E S P O K E: Dwell: 156 West 123rd Street On MarketHarlem Bespoke: Number 156 West 123rd Street arrived on the market last November for $2.5 million, then was reduced to $2.3 million in Dec...

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Radio City Music HallRadio City Music Hall is an entertainment venue located within Rockefeller Center in Midtown Manhattan,  New York City.

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3 railroad workers suspended after 'man cave' found under New York's Grand Central TerminalThe room under Grand Central Terminal had a television and beer-stocked refrigerator, Metropolitan Transportation Authority officials said.

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H A R L E M + B E S P O K E: Lottery: Affordable Hamilton Heights CoopHarlem Bespoke: A first time home buyer affordable housing lottery for the 600 West 148th Street at the corner of Broadway in Hamilton He...

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New York railroad workers accused of building secret ‘man cave' under Grand CentralNEW YORK — Three railroad workers have been suspended for turning a storage room under New York's Grand Central Terminal into an unauthorized "man cave" with a television, a refrigerator, a microwave and a futon couch, officials said Thursday.

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H A R L E M + B E S P O K E: Shop: Eyeglasses At 455 LenoxHarlem Bespoke: We noticed this past week that Harlem Vision Center just opened at the newly restored 455-457 Lenox by 132nd Street.

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New York Weather: CBS2's 9/25 Friday Morning ForecastFriday is a much brighter day overall as this warm stretch continues.

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Chirinos Homers As Mets Maintain Playoff Hopes, Top NatsThe Mets moved within 2 1/2 games of Miami for second place in the NL East and within 2 1/2 games of San Francisco for the NL's second wild card spot.

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Yankees Fall As Blue Jays Clinch 1st Playoff Spot Since 2016The slumping New York Yankees, meanwhile, look likely to play on the road in the postseason, where they've struggled all year.

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The Real Housewives of New York City season 12 episode 24 recap: Reunion Part 3Dorinda tries one more time to take some accountability for her actions in the final episode of 'The Real Housewives of New York City' season 12, but it's all a little too late.

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Suitsupply bets on New York's retail recovery with expansion of SoHo storeOn Thursday, the brand opened two new additional floors and the rooftop of its NYC store in SoHo, which was previously only two floors.

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New York Is Embracing Outdoor Heat Lamps Right As France Is Rejecting ThemBut outdoor restaurant heating, once seen as a national point of pride in France, is on the way out across the entire country after multiple cities decided heated terraces at restaurants were too wasteful.

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H A R L E M + B E S P O K E: Instagram: Cinema Bespoke Weekend EditionHarlem Bespoke: The Harlem Bespoke companion Instagram account is also now live and has color photos of the best restaurants to order out from this weekend.

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New York Weather: CBS2 9/24 Nightly Forecast at 11PMCBS2's Lonnie Quinn has your weather forecast for September 24 at 11 p.m.

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Salmonella Cases Linked To Wood Ear MushroomsThere's a food safety alert over mushrooms.

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3 MTA Workers Accused Of Setting Up Hidden 'Man Cave' Under Grand Central TerminalThree MTA workers are accused of setting up the hidden room that had all the amenities; CBS2's Jessica Layton reports.

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Woman Hit In Head By Falling Chair Files LawsuitA woman struck in the head by a falling chair in New York City has filed a lawsuit after being left with traumatic brain injuries.

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CDC Issues Warning For Salmonella Outbreak Linked To MushroomsThere have been 41 cases of salmonella infections in 10 states, including New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.

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Woman Who Suffered Traumatic Brain Injuries After Being Struck By Falling Chair In NYC Files LawsuitThe penthouse belongs to a holding company owned by New Jersey Devils and Philadelphia 76ers co-owner Michael Rubin.

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Brooklyn Bodega Worker Stabbed In Neck, Police Seek SuspectsPolice continue to search for two suspects after a bodega worker was stabbed in the neck and left for dead in Brooklyn; CBS2's Cory James reports.

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Artis L. Young biography: 13 things about Cortland, New York manArtis L. Young is a white man from Cortland, New York, United States. He was originally from Norfolk, Virginia, USA.

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Protests Continue In NYC Over Breonna Taylor Grand Jury DecisionProtests continued Thursday from Kentucky to New York over the decision not to charge any police officers for killing Breonna Taylor; CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.

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Staten Island School Employee Tests Positive For COVID-19Fifty teachers are in quarantine after an employee tested positive at a Staten Island school.

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NYC Officials Threaten To Shut Down Neighborhoods Experiencing Coronavirus SpikesCity officials are threatening to shut down certain New York City neighborhoods if they don't get COVID spikes under control; CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.

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50 Teachers Quarantined After Staten Island School Employee Tests Positive For COVID-19The Department of Education says a positive case was identified at IS 51 in Port Richmond.

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Tibetan group smelled a rat when the NYPD couldn'tQueens Eagle Tibetans in Queens were suspicious of a local NYPD officer long before he was charged with spying on them as an agent of the...

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Survey: New Jersey Deemed Fourth Happiest State In U.S.The WalletHub study based its findings on depression, divorce rates and overall safety.

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Industry City CEO Calls Withdrawal Of Rezoning Proposal 'Disappointing,' Says Timing Wasn't RightThe project was supposed to bring a major economic boost to Brooklyn by rezoning the waterfront in Sunset Park.

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MTA Increasing Bus Service As NYC Students Head Back To SchoolA total of 105 buses are being added to routes.

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Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Portrait On Display At Metropolian MuseumIt was featured in the October 1993 issue of Vogue magazine in an article titled "Justice For Women."

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Protesters are marching through New York City tonightProtesters took to the streets in several US cities after none of the officers involved in Breonna Taylor's case were charged directly with her death.

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New York City Anarchists Too Busy Readying for Book Fair to Make TroubleAs Trump targets NYC as an "anarchist jurisdiction," those who live by the credo say they just want to build better communities.

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New Jersey Lawmakers Pass Ban On Plastic Bags, Paper Bags And Styrofoam ContainersThere's an 18-month grace period for restaurants and grocery stores to prepare for the change.

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Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont Announces Plans For Phase 3 ReopeningIt includes allowing restaurants and salons to open at 75% capacity indoors.

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Gov. Cuomo: 'I'm Not Going To Trust The Federal Government's Opinion' On Potential Approved COVID-19 VaccineThe governor says New York state will have its own health officials to screen any federally approved vaccine.

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NYC Officials Threaten To Shut Down Neighborhoods Experiencing COVID SpikesAn ultimatum from the Department of Health means if they don't see changes by Monday, schools and non-essential businesses could be forced to close down again.

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Thursdays parting shotEV Grieve is the leading news, entertainment and lifestyle blog about the East Village of New York City.

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Roosevelt Islander Online: Roosevelt Island Has A New Restaurant And It Looks GreatStop by, meet the friendly new owners and say hello to some of the former Riverrwalk Bar staff who have returned to work at Granny Annie's.

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Fisherman's horror as he hooks human body in New York Central Park as kids play nearbyLuis Castoire, 24, thought he'd caught a fish but started shouting and "freaked out" when he realised what it was - he phoned police who believe the corpse was a man in his 30s.

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Lin Sisters From Queens Make See-Through Masks Designed To Help The Deaf And Hard Of Hearing: 'We Just Want To Help Others'Sarah, Kate and Julia Lin have made it their mission to support the deaf and hard of hearing by creating see-through masks and sharing them throughout their Kew Gardens community.

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Jobless Claims Keep Rising in New York, New JerseyExtra $300 in weekly benefits provides helpful but short-lived aid to unemployed.

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Queens Boulevard Construction Goes Underground To Save Time And EyesoreDriving along Queens Boulevard, you'll notice the construction work on the side of the bus roadway, but you'll likely have no idea what's going on right below you.

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Grand Central Terminal workers had secret 'man cave' under New York City landmarkOfficials in New York City found these items and others in a secret, unauthorized "man cave" under Grand Central Terminal that at least three employees apparently used to "hang out, get drunk and party" in, the inspector general of the Metropolitan Transit Authority said in a report released Thursday.

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Experts Urge Workers To Discuss Holiday Travel Plans, Possible Mandatory Quarantines With EmployersTaking a flight to see grandma and grandpa for the holidays will likely mean missing two more weeks of work when you get home because of the COVID-19 quarantine.

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De Blasio Says He Has A Plan To Bring Back NYC's Economy As Record Number Of Hotels Are ClosingNinety percent of hotel workers in the city were laid off, and 25,000 of them have been without work for six months.

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London gains ground on New York in ranking of global financial centresLondon has held on to the second spot in a respected ranking of global financial centres, closing the gap on New York as investors sought out the relative safety of leading finance hubs amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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New York Weather: CBS2 9/24 Evening Forecast at 6PMCBS2's Lonnie Quinn has your weather forecast for September 24 at 6 p.m.

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New Jersey Named Fourth Happiest State In U.S.The Garden State came in fourth as one of the happiest states in the United States.

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Experts Encourage Workers To Discuss Holiday Travel Plans With Employers Due To Mandatory QuarantineWe're inching toward the holiday season and many people are scheduling time off from work, but can employers restrict your travel plans?

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NYPD Searching For Suspects Accused Of Stabbing Deli Worker, Robbing Brooklyn BodegaPolice said the 44-year-old victim in was stabbed in the neck three times.

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3 MTA Employees Suspended After Discovery Of Hidden 'Mancave' Under Grand Central TerminalA TV, a mattress and even alcohol were found in a hidden "mancave" under Grand Central Terminal.

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Homecrest at 6.0% COVID Infection Rate, Southern BK above 3%, City Threatens Localized RestrictionsFollowing the closure of two Yeshivas by the City's Department of Health over COVID-19 spread, officials inform that "regular inspections of all non-public schools within these clusters and their adjacent zip codes" will start tomorrow, and the city will be increasing enforcement of mask wearing and social distancing.

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Body Found In Water At Harlem Meer In Central ParkParks Department workers found a body floating in the Harlem Meer in Central Park on Thursday.

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Fire Destroys Small Businesses In Norwood, The Bronx Overnight

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Protesters Again Take To NYC Streets In Response To Breonna Taylor Grand Jury DecisionProtesters marched again Thursday in New York City. The demonstrations follow Wednesday's grand jury decision not to charge Louisville, Kentucky, police officers for the death of Breonna Taylor; CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.

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Record Number Of NYC Hotels Continue To CloseIt's one of the hardest hit industries with 90% of hotel workers in the city being laid off, 250,000 without work for six months, and a total of 200 hotels completely shuttered; CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports.

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Struggling Artists Hopeful City Council Will Allow Outdoor Performances In Public Spaces With Program Similar To 'Open Streets'Theaters have been dark since the spring, but the spotlight is on a new plan that could allow shows to move outdoors.

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Sisters In Queens Make See-Through Masks To Help Deaf, Hard-Of-Hearing IndividualsSisters in Queens have made it their mission to support the deaf and hard of hearing in a unique way during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Thursday Marks Five-Year Anniversary Of Pope Francis' Historic Visit To NYCFive years ago Thursday, New York City welcomed Pope Francis for a historic visit.

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Queens Infrastructure Project Aims To Alleviate Flood ProblemsCrews are using advanced technology to complete one piece of it, and it's with minimal inconvenience to those who live and work nearby; CBS2's Andrea Grymes reports.

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5 Years Later: Cardinal Dolan Looks Back On Pope Francis' Historic Visit To New York CityThe Holy Father spent a whirlwind 40 hours in the Big Apple in September 2015.

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Ambulance Involved In Crash In Roselle, NJ

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2 Medics Suffer Minor Injuries After Ambulance Collides With Car In New JerseyIt happened at East 1st Avenue and Linden Road in Roselle around 5 p.m. Thursday.

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Hispanic Heritage Month: Exploring The Connection Between Latin Americans And JudaismOne out of every four Latin Americans has at least 5 percent Jewish DNA. The first synagogue in New York was founded by a Jewish Brazilian refugee of the Spanish Inquisition.

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Washington state man accused of killing pregnant ex-girlfriendColin Patrick Dudley, 37, of Tacoma, appeared in court Wednesday for the murder of 33-year-old Kassanndra Cantrell, who was three months along when she vanished on Aug.

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Major Developments In The Works For Rapid Coronavirus TestingMajor developments are in the works for rapid COVID testing, which experts say is crucial to reopening the economy safely.

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Chris Christie once threatened to sit on Mike Bloomberg: MemoirThe asinine threat is alleged in former governor David Paterson's dishy new memoir, "Black, Blind and in Charge."

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Max Minute: Companies Making Major Strides In Development Of Rapid COVID TestingBut companies ranging from Big Pharma to foreign start-ups have made tremendous strides in developing new tests that are simple and fast enough to possibly be used at restaurants, concerts, sporting events and even airports.

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Embattled HHS spokesman Michael Caputo diagnosed with cancerHealth and Human Services spokesman Michael Caputo, who went on medical leave last week after making controversial statements, has been diagnosed with cancer, according to reports.

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New Plan Aims To Allow NYC Performers To Use Outdoor SpacesTheaters have been dark since last spring, but now the spotlight is on a new plan that could allow shows to move outdoors; CBS2's Natalie Duddridge reports.

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Industry City CEO Says Timing Wasn't Right For Rezoning PlanIndustry City's CEO is speaking out a day after developers withdrew their rezoning proposal.

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Advocates For Domestic Workers Say Many In NJ Are ExploitedAdvocates are asking state legislators to pass a law to regulate the industry and notify employers of workers rights.

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NYC Council Speaker Corey Johnson Drops Out Of Race For Mayor, Says He's Been Suffering From DepressCBS2's Alice Gainer has more on his decision and the importance of getting help.

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Report: Pompeo Says China Is Using NY Consulate As Spy HubSecretary of State Mike Pompeo says China is using its New York consulate as a major spy hub.

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Long Islanders Looking For Green Alternatives Going Car Free For A Day After Study Says Counties' Traffic Delays Could DoubleA new report says traffic on Long Island wastes billion of dollars and millions of hours every year.

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Cuomo swipes de Blasio for crime: 'We have a problem in New York City'Democratic New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Thursday took a swipe at Democratic New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, saying crime in the city is "a problem," and "everybody has a sense that crime is worse."

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Challenges Of Certifying and Expanding Halal Lunches In NYC Public SchoolsTwo years ago, the city launched a halal and kosher school lunch pilot program. The program, which Council Member Chaim Deutsch and then-Council Member Rafael Espinal secured $1 million in the City Council budget for, started in April of 2019.

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As Winter Approaches, Nonprofits Gear Up For Coat Drives To Help Homeless IndividualsFall is here and the coming cold weather will be especially difficult for homeless individuals in the city, but a group of volunteers is gearing up to help provide basic gear, including coats; CBS2's Dave Carlin reports.

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Volunteer Groups Gearing Up To Provide Coats, Blankets For Homeless Individuals As Temperatures DropSeveral nonprofit groups endeavor to warm up homeless individuals if only a little bit with coat and blanket donation drives.

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Hispanic Heritage Month, Jewish High Holidays Highlight Intersection Of Two CulturesHispanic Heritage Month also coincides with the Jewish high holidays - two cultures that might not seem to intersect.

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New Movement Encourages Drivers To Go Car Free For Just One DayA new report says traffic on Long Island wastes billions of dollars and millions of hours a year, but you can do something about it, at least for one day; CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.

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Amazon's new dashcam gadget allows drivers to record police stopsUsing the command, the Ring Car Cam tapes audio and video of the interactions then automatically uploads them to the user's cloud, the firm said in a blog post revealing the product.

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Woman arrested for murder of boyfriend's mother, 2 nephews in house fireA Lansing, Michigan woman has been charged with murder after authorities say she started a house fire that killed her boyfriend's mother and his two young nephews.

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Speaker Corey Johnson Opts Out Of 2021 Mayor's RaceCity Council Speaker Corey Johnson is not running for mayor. WNYC's Brigid Bergin reports he's choosing to focus on his current post and his mental health.

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MTA Adding Nearly 1,000 Weekday Bus Trips On Oct. 1The MTA will increase service when most New York City students head back to school.

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Colorado man shoots, kills woman over kids playing near yardA Colorado man was busted for shooting and killing a woman in a feud over her grandchildren playing near his yard, prosecutors said.

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Workers Injured After Partial House Collapse At Jersey ShoreA building collapse at the Jersey Shore left two men trapped inside Thursday morning.

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Portrait Of RBG Now On Display At Met MuseumA photograph of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is now up on display at the Met Museum.

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Gov. Cuomo Calls Out Mayor de Blasio, Demands Plan For NYPD Redesign As Shooting Totals WorsenGov. Andrew Cuomo wants to know why Mayor de Blasio hasn't started to come up with a plan to redesign the NYPD, as gun violence goes unabated in New York City.

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NJ Bag Ban Passed By LawmakersA major change for some New Jersey shoppers is one step closer to reality.

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New Jersey Offers Free Naloxone To Residents In Effort To Combat Opioid OverdosesWith the overdose rate increasing in New Jersey during the pandemic, that state is taking action.

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FBI investigates ballots for Trump found in Pennsylvania garbageThe Justice Department on Thursday said the FBI has opened an investigation into nine absentee ballots — seven cast for President Trump — that were found in the garbage near Scranton, Pennsylvania.

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Virus Cases Surged in Young Adults. The Elderly Were Hit Next.Infections among young adults eventually may have spread to older, more vulnerable people, the C.D.C. reported.

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Video shows man shooting at 2 Louisville officers during Breonna Taylor protests, citation saysInterim Police Chief Robert Schroeder said the two officers are "doing well and will survive their injuries." Maj.

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Shooting At Hotel In Fort Lee, N.J. Leaves Man In Critical ConditionThe Bergen County Sheriff's Office confirmed one person was shot at the Holiday Inn around 3:15 p.m.

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Dan Crenshaw's Texas campaign ad looks like an action movie trailerRepublican Rep. Dan Crenshaw dropped an epic, four-minute spot on Thursday casting him and five fellow Texas GOPers as an "Expendables"-esque team in a high-stakes fight to take the polls this fall.

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Maybelline New York Launches Brave Together, Pledges $10 Million to Mental Health OrgsThe brand's ambitious new global philanthropic initiative aims to destigmatize mental health issues.

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New York to review any covid vaccine authorized by Donald TrumpWhile all US states are expected to come up with vaccine distribution plans, conducting an independent safety review would be a very unusual move.

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NYPD Still Guarding the Washington Square ArchIn late June, the Arch at Washington Square Park was doused with red paint. This occurred after the NYPD attacked protesters the previous evening at the Queer Liberation March for Black Lives against police brutality with pepper spray and batons.

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Video shows black LA cop remain calm amid racist tauntsA black Los Angeles police officer remained calm and composed while a group of angry protesters taunted him with racial slurs.

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Searsburg remains identified via DNA: A New York woman who was murderedJessica Hildenbrandt's last Facebook post was on July 7, 2019. Police report that she was last in touch with her family in July 2019.

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City Cuts Promised Funding For Human Services OrganizationsAAt United Community Centers of East New York , a nonprofit that serves the East New York community through everything from ESL classes to early childhood education, many of the costs associated with keeping the center running involve things like paying program staff, organizing field trips, and purchasing supplies.Â.

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Antonio Reynoso Endorsed By Jumaane Williams, Julia Salazar For Borough President RunThe race for the next borough president is underway. As of right now, three people are running, hoping to take the seat in 2021.

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New York expands COVID-19 airport screenings to EuropeansAir travelers coming to New York from Europe will be required to fill out state-issued COVID-19 contact tracing forms after the CDC nixed its own screenings earlier this month, the Cuomo administration said Thursday.

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Two Yeshivas Shut Down Amid Coronavirus Spike In Southern BrooklynTwo yeshivas have been ordered to shut down by the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene as cases of coronavirus rise, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced.

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New York, California Could be Fastest Growing States for RenewablesU.S. environmental policies will drive long-term demand for renewable energy, Moody's Investors Service said in a new report.

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Breonna Taylor protester run down by pickup truck in BuffaloA female pickup-truck driver revved her engine before racing through a group of Breonna Taylor protesters in upstate New York - peeling away after hitting a cyclist, according to video and reports.

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H A R L E M + B E S P O K E: Reopening: Outdoor Dining At BelleHarlem Bespoke : Belle on Adam Clayton Powell Boulevard by 138th Street temporarily shut down again in the past few weeks but some good n...

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Messages in Jewish New York City school parent chats advise against COVID testing to prevent shutdownsThe WhatsApp message comes as cases are on the rise in many Orthodox communities and flies in the face of public health messaging.

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White House rips 'appalling' booing of Trump at RBG memorialThe White House on Thursday rebuked the "appalling" booing of President Trump by mourners as he paid his respects to late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

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Jim Jordan wants to know if FBI is investigating Hunter BidenA Republican congressman demanded that the FBI reveal whether it's investigating allegations of "potential criminal activity" by the son of Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden.

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FBI warns of 'foreign actors' spreading disinformation on election resultsThe FBI issued a warning to "raise awareness" of the threat posed by disinformation in the wake of the 2020 elections.

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Judge dismisses Playboy model's defamation suit against Tucker CarlsonA federal judge on Thursday tossed a lawsuit filed by former Playboy model Karen McDougal that claimed she was defamed by Fox News host Tucker Carlson's comments about her alleged affair with Donald Trump in 2006.

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New York LGBTQ film festival to open with lesbian romance 'Ammonite'NewFest announced its program for the 32nd New York LGBTQ Film Festival, which will feature virtual events and drive-in screenings.

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Washington grandma holds would-be home intruder at gunpointThe granny, who only gave her first name, Sandy, told KIRO that a man was trying to break into her home Sunday night.

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Man finds 9-carat diamond at Crater of Diamonds State ParkAn Arkansas man visiting a state park uncovered a 9-carat diamond that he initially thought was glass, officials said.

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US attorney looking into Russia probe also eyeing Clinton FoundationUS Attorney John Durham is expanding his probe into the origins of the Russia investigation and turning his sights on the Clinton Foundation, according to a report on Thursday.

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Bali hotspot from 'Eat, Pray Love' is now a COVID-19 crematoriumA village in Bali that became a tourist hotspot after it was featured in the hit memoir "Eat, Pray, Love" is now a massive COVID-19 crematorium, according to a report.

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Henry van Ameringen, Friend of L.G.B.T.Q. Causes, Dies at 89Heir to a family fortune in the fragrances industry, he was among the first openly gay major donors to fund L.G.B.T.Q. and AIDS-related organizations.

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Man trained in family vineyard before driving into protesters: FBIBenjamin Jong Ren Hung, 28, was busted Wednesday on gun crimes stemming from him driving into a demonstration May 31 in Pasadena, according to a federal criminal complaint.

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Florida educator, paramedic brother die of COVID a day apartA pair of Florida siblings - one a paramedic, the other a teacher's aide - died from COVID-19 just one day apart, relatives and county officials said.

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Coronavirus news: New York's iconic NYE celebrations to cancel crowds and go virtualCORONAVIRUS has already cancelled usual New Year's Eve celebrations in New York, city officials have said.

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Mitch McConnell speaks on Breonna Taylor grand jury decisionSpeaking on the Senate floor Thursday, McConnell described 26-year-old Taylor's killing as "tragic."

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Over 300 charged 'under guise' of peaceful protest: DOJ"Violent opportunists have exploited these demonstrations in various ways," the department said in a statement explaining the charges.

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'It's Very Polarizing To Have A Show About Four Black Men Who Are Normal People': Monti Washington On BET+'s 'Tyler Perry's Bruh'Monti Washington shares what it's like to work with Tyler Perry and the importance of a show featuring four Black men as the stars.

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Where Bessie Lived, 1887In a letter from her father Frederick Paulin, to his son Frederick, dated 28 December 1887, he talks about writing to his daughter Bessie, who had emigrated to the United States that year.

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Buffalo History Museum Launches New Podcast With Story Of City's Only Public ExecutionThe Buffalo History Museum has announced the launch of “Experiencing Our Story”. Inspired by the Greek goddess of dawn, EOS offers history-based programs through podcasts, videos, virtual events, exhibits, and tours.

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Navy developing 'rubber octopus' to thwart terror attacksThe Navy looked to the sea for inspiration as it developed two new anti-terror weapons - a "rubber octopus" and an artificial "hagfish slime."

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Fishermen plead guilty to felonies for cheating during tournamentRobert Dennett, 45, and Kamron Wootton, 35, both of Washington City, recently admitted to illegally relocating fish during a 2018 tournament at Lake Powell, the St. George News reported.

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Fantasy Football: Starts And Sits For Week 3, Sit Jared Goff Against BillsThe Fantasy Football Today guys are back to break down which matchups they like and don't like in Week 3 of the NFL slate.

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State Sen. Ramos and Comptroller Stringer Call for Year-Round Open StreetsSept. 24, 2020 By Allie Griffin Queens State Sen. Jessica Ramos and City Comptroller Scott Stringer are calling on the city to make its Open Streets.

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BLM removes website language blasting 'nuclear family structure'Black Lives Matter scrubbed a page on its website this week that disparaged the "Western-prescribed nuclear family structure," prompting a former NFL lineman to blast critics who accused him of previously misinterpreting the organization's incendiary message.

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Restaurant owner charged with sexually assaulting employeesA Montana restaurant owner allegedly raped an employee inside a women's restroom and sexually assaulted another worker, according to a report.

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Killer found guilty in Australian cold cases thanks to DNAA killer was convicted Thursday in Australia's longest-running cold case — offering closure in a chilling, decades-old murder mystery.

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Text-marketer Attentive plans big city expansion after passing $2B valuationRetailers such as Michaels, Steve Madden and Urban Outfitters use software from startup Attentive to send personalized text messages to customers, promoting sales and new products.

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COVID-19 mutation may be evolving to bypass masks, hand washingScientists in a paper published Wednesday identified a new strain of the virus, which accounted for 99.9 percent of cases during the second wave in the Houston, Texas, area, the Washington Post reported.

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Officials working to release more info in Breonna Taylor caseKentucky officials are working to make public more information in the Breonna Taylor investigation, Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer said Thursday, as fallout continued over the grand jury decision not to directly indict any cops in her death.

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New York City schools' remote opening is off to a bumpy, stressful startCNN)New York City schools opened Monday with in-person classes for some students but remote learning for most - and the first few days have been a bumpy ride for all.

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Thousands took to streets for Breonna Taylor protests across USTensions boiled over Wednesday at the news that none of the three officers involved in the shooting death of Breonna Taylor would be charged.

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NYC opens new lab that will process COVID-19 tests within 48 hoursA lab dedicated to processing coronavirus test results within 24 to 48 hours officially opened in New York City on Thursday.

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