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'Black Lives Matter' Street Mural Unveiled In HarlemLocal artists and community groups spent hours painting the words on a stretch of Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard.

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New York City Residents Helping Neighbors Out With Food Donations To Community RefrigeratorsCBS2's Dave Carlin takes you inside the story of the refrigerators you may have seen on sidewalks in various places throughout the boroughs.

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The Hard Conversation: Writer David Simon, Creator Of 'The Wire', Talks With CBS2's Maurice DuBois About Policing In America: 'Transform The Mission'Maurice DuBois talks with the David Simon, the creator of the hit TV Show "The Wire" about the state of the country and policing in America.

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Cuomo Says Final Decision On School Reopenings In New York Lies With Him, Not The Mayor Or PresidentSchool officials in New York City and surrounding suburbs are working on elaborate plans for the fall semester, but as far as Cuomo is concerned, a plan is nothing but a plan until he gives the green light.

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Bank Street Bookstore to Close After 50 YearsBank Street Bookstore, in operation since 1970, is closing its doors at 2780 Broadway at 107th Street for good at the end of August, the store's manager announced on Wednesday.

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New York sheriff on violent crime spikes in NYC: 'We're starting to lose control'In New York City there was a 130.3 percent increase in shootings for the month of June, up from 89 shootings last year to 205 this year.

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Gov. Murphy Mandates Use Of Masks Outdoors In New Jersey When Social Distancing Is Not RealisticThe main reason for the new outdoor mandate is because the rate of transmission in the state has moved up over 1%, the governor said.

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International Students Dealing With Possibility Of Being Forced To Leave The Country If College Classes Go VirtualInternational college students are in limbo as they wait to see if their colleges will hold in-person classes and give them the opportunity to remain in the United States.

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Max Minute: If Kids Are Going Back To School In Fall, It's Time To Start Building Mask EnduranceEven though summer is just starting, the upcoming school year is on many parents' minds.

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American Cancer Society Updates Recommendation For HPV VaccineThe American Cancer Society is updating its recommendation for the human papillomavirus vaccine; Tom Hanson reports for CBS2.

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101 Pairs Of Shoes Placed At Brooklyn Borough Hall To Symbolize Victims Of Gun Violence: 'I'm Sick And Tired Of This'Since Sunday, at least 60 people have been shot - 11 of them killed - in shootings across the city.

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Absentee Ballots Still Being Counted From Last Month's Primary In New YorkFour boroughs - Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens and the Bronx started opening envelopes and counting ballots today.

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Briefing 7/8: Southern Brooklyn Food Giveaway, Testing Day Of Action and MoreIt's Wednesday! Some days it is rainy and windy. Other days, we sweat too much.

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New York City homicide suspect killed in Paterson shooting involving U.S. Marshals officersA man wanted in connection with a homicide in New York City was killed in an officer-involved shooting in Paterson on Wednesday morning.

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Letter from New York: For these Italians in the U.S., the threat of COVID-19 struck twiceIt was easy to recognize people from Italy on New York City's streets in early March — they were the ones who already wore masks, used gloves and practiced social distancing because they acknowledged the crisis that was coming'

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Local Food Guru Leads Restaurant Tour Through Elmhurst and Jackson Heights to Benefit CharityFoodie Joe DiStefano and the nonprofit advocacy group Queens Together will be offering a tour of local restaurants in Elmhurst and Jackson Heights this weekend.

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Introductions: Zelda Wynn ValdesThis week's designer is obviously Zelda Wynn Valdes. If you google first African American designer she will be the first person to pop up.

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Mexican president praises Trump amid White House visitMexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador on Wednesday praised President Trump as "respectful" and "kind" to our neighbors to the south as the two signed a new trade agreement at the White House.

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Bank Street Bookstore is Permanently ClosingIt has been announced that Bank Street Bookstore, located at 2780 Broadway at 107th Street, will be permanently closing at the end of August.

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City's School Plan Will Mix In-Person and Remote Learning; Local Parents See Challenges to Making it WorkThe city released the first details of its public school reopening plan on Wednesday, and made it clear that most students will get a mix of remote and in-person learning.

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The Tompkins Square Library is hosting this online discussion with Alan KaufmanEV Grieve is the leading news, entertainment and lifestyle blog about the East Village of New York City.

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Cote Soleil in Sunnyside Closes, Owner to Focus on French Bistro on 31st AvenueJuly 8, 2020 By Christian Murray A popular French restaurant located on Skillman Avenue has closed.

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Man cut off fingers, tattoos of woman found in barrel: court docsWilliam Slaton was arrested when cops responded to his home to check out a report that a woman was inside a barrel there.

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New York attorney general recommends independent panel oversee NYPD instead of mayorNew York's Attorney General Letitia James proposed an independent panel to oversee the New York City Police Department instead of the mayor's office.

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Roger Stone banned from Facebook, Instagram after controversial postPresident Trump's longtime adviser Roger Stone has been blocked on Facebook and Instagram just days after he publicly asked the commander-in-chief for clemency and petitioned a federal appeals court to put off his 40-month prison sentence, his supporters charged.

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8. As Good As It GetsOffensive old man develops an affection for a cute dog, and eventually learns to be kind to other people too.

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New York AG says a series of police reforms should be 'quickly' enacted amid protest investigationNew York Attorney General Letitia James on Wednesday released a 57-page report amid her investigation into police and recent protests.

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NYC Public Schools Plan To Reopen On Part-Time BasisNYC public schools are planning on reopening on a part-time basis in the fall with in-person classes two to threes times a week, the Mayor announced.

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Tropical storm Fay could form, bring heavy rainfall to NortheastIf the storm becomes strong enough, it's slated to be named Fay as the record-breaking 2020 Atlantic hurricane season has already produced five named storms - meaning the next tropical storm must start with the letter F, the Washington Post reported.

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NYC Schools to Offer Mix of In-Person and Remote Learning This FallJuly 8, 2020 By Allie Griffin More than one million New York City children will return to the classroom for the new school year this fall — but only part.

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LAPD investigates if spike in sick calls was 'blue flu' protestThe Los Angeles Police Department saw an unusual spike in officers calling in sick over the Fourth of July weekend, and officials are probing whether it was a case of the "blue flu" - an orchestrated protest among fed-up cops, according to a new report.

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US coronavirus cases surpass 3 millionOn Tuesday, the US broke a new record for the most number of cases confirmed in a single day at 60,021.

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Trump is weighing TikTok's fate, Robert O'Brien saysTikTok allows users to post creative video compilations and is extremely popular among teens, rivaling US-based Instagram and Snapchat.

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Bubba Wallace: Trump should be worried over more than NASCARWallace, 26, the sole black driver on the NASCAR circuit, needled Trump for getting the facts wrong about the rope that was found last month.

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'I Feel Like Something In Me Has Been Unleashed': Joy Osmanski On The CW Network's 'Stargirl' and Luke WilsonThe actor discusses her breakout role in "Stargirl" and what it means to represent the Asian community in Hollywood.

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Democrats include $1M for Confederate base name changes in billHouse Democrats have included $1 million to remove Confederate names from military bases in their annual defense spending legislation.

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Norvin Green State ForestUnpopular opinion, I preferred this view over the actual summit.

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Silver Stars Fitness: Online Training to Guide and Motivate You at Home; A Two-Week Deal for $47Silver Stars Fitness is the premiere NYC fitness studio that caters and specializes in working with the baby boomer and beyond fitness enthusiast.

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Governor Cuomo Announces New York State Will Decide on Fall School Reopening During the First Week of AugustMalls Can Open in Phase IV Regions Beginning Friday Only with Enhanced HVAC Systems.

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'Every Hole Is Memorable,' Says Mark Immelman On Muirfield Village, Site Of Workday Charity OpenThe Workday Charity Open begins the PGA Tour's two-week stay at Muirfield Village Golf Club with another stellar field.

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China puts visa restrictions on US citizens over TibetThe announcement, made by Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian, warned that the move would target "US individuals with egregious conduct related to Tibet issues," without further elaboration.

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NYC preschools can reopen. Expect teachers in masks and fewer teddy bears.Privately run child care centers in New York City can reopen as early as Monday, about three months after the coronavirus forced 3,000 programs to shut their doors.

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White America Mental Illness?Or, What the Hell is Wrong People? I am mystified over the seeming illness of White people in our country since the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis.

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Gov. Cuomo blames inmates releases, lax DAs for NYC crime spikeAndrew Cuomo also emphasized the poisoned relations between the NYPD and New Yorkers as triggering to the uptick in crime.

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Texas death row inmate to be first execution post-coronavirusBilly Joe Wardlow, 45, killed Carl Cole, 82, during a June 1993 robbery at his home in Cason, about 130 miles east of Dallas in the East Texas Pineywoods, near the Louisiana and Arkansas borders.

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Brazil media group to sue President Bolsonaro over coronavirus risksThe Brazilian Press Association said it will sue President Jair Bolsonaro for putting them at risk of being infected by the coronavirus after he held a news briefing to announce that he had contracted the deadly disease, according to a report.

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Anti-Semitic Graffiti Scribbled Across Benches in Doughboy ParkJuly 8, 2020 By Michael Dorgan A number of benches inside a Woodside dog run were vandalized last week - with Nazi scribblings scratched on the seats.

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New NYC Restaurants That Have Opened During the Coronavirus PandemicRestaurants with greenhouse dining rooms, Flamin' Hot Cheetos hot wings, and affordable takeout sushi sets have all opened their doors during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Tech CEO apologizes after racist tirade against Asian familyMichael Lofthouse, the CEO of IT company Solid8, was caught on video verbally attacking Jordan Chan and her family Saturday at Bernardus Lodge and Spa's Lucia restaurant in Carmel Valley.

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Florida Keys reports 11th case of mosquito-borne dengue feverForget the coronavirus, say hello to dengue fever. An 11th case of the mosquito-borne illness has been confirmed in the Florida Keys, officials from the Florida Department of Health announced.

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The Hamilton Musical And History's UnsungAmerica has justifiably and unjustifiably celebrated many events and people with statues and placards. How did these two get overlooked for so long?

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Ex-college football player catches boy tossed from burning balconyA former college football wide receiver made the most critical catch of his life - a 3-year-old boy who was thrown off a burning third-story balcony in Phoenix, dramatic video shows.

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July Films at the JCCSome exciting virtual screenings and Q+As are being offered by the Marlene Meyerson JCC Manhattan this month.

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Reward money raised after Seattle TikTokers find bodies in suitcaseJessica Lewis, 35, and boyfriend Austin "Cash" Wenner, 27, were discovered June 19, wrapped in garbage bags and jammed inside luggage washed ashore in West Seattle, news station KOMO reported.

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1.45M Carroll Gardens condo has Civil War-era details and a sunny patioThe Mill at 376 President Street in Carroll Gardens is a Civil War-era jute warehouse that's been transformed into a 55-unit condo building, and many of the loft-like units feature architectural details from this time.

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New Yorkers Recount Their Favorite Food Memories From Before COVID-19New Yorker writer Rachel Syme asked people to share their favorite NYC memories and naturally, many food-related ones poured in.

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190-year-old Neir's Tavern reopens for outdoor dining in WoodhavenFor its outdoor dining set up, tables under canopies are spaced six feet apart on the sidewalk with large stickers placed between them to remind diners to remain socially distant.

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Christian Cooper Will Not Cooperate in Case Against Amy CooperChristian Cooper, the man Amy Cooper falsely called the police on, has refused to cooperate with the DA's prosecution against her.

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Brooklyn Heights' Jack the Horse Tavern Staffers Accuse Owners of Misusing GoFundMe DonationsLongstanding Brooklyn Heights neighborhood spot Jack the Horse - a decade-old, classic tavern that built its name on reliable fare like steak, burgers, and grilled salmon - was put up for sale in May, its owners confirm.

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How an Angela Davis Quote Wound Up at the Barclays Center Subway EntranceOn June 7, the tenth day of protests that coalesced around the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, arena managers replaced advertising at the venue's singular oculus with a quote from Martin Luther King Jr.-"The time is always right to do what is right."

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Congressman vows vote to stop DC from allowing psychedelicsMaryland Republican Rep. Andy Harris says Washington, DC, won't decriminalize psychedelic mushrooms, cacti and plants on his watch.

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1 Injured In Partial Facade Collapse In Murray HillIt happened just before noon at 203 East 38th Street, near Third Avenue.

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Trump's niece Mary photographed smiling in Oval Office in 2017The photo, published by the Daily Mail on Wednesday, was reportedly taken in April 2017 when the family celebrated the 80th birthday of the president's sister, Maryanne, just months after he was inaugurated.

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Lt. Col. Vindman to retire after 21 years in US ArmyVindman has been the target of "bullying, intimidation, and retaliation" by the president and his allies after he testified before the House Intelligence Committee last November, his attorney David Pressman said in a statement to CNN.

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July 1931: Prohibition Agents Seize A Large Still Near Lake GeorgeTo remember that time when the social life of many Americans was made criminal overnight, I thought I'd offer this nugget from the Ticonderoga Sentinel.

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Florida resident kills man and his daughter over a dog dispute: reportAn 82-year-old Florida man whose dog was declared by a court to be dangerous gunned down a father and his 11-year-old girl before being shot dead in a gunfight with cops, according to a report.

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Wary Candidates Brace for Brutal Absentee Ballot Challenges in Record-Size CountRep. Yvette Clarke is latest among legions suing to establish the right to challenge opponents' votes in a pile of 380,000 mailed in citywide amid New York's first pandemic primary.

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Harvard, MIT sue Trump administration over student visa policyICE issued a directive for F-1 visa-holding students to return to their home countries if they are enrolled in an online-only course load.

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'Underworld' prison with torture chambers discovered in Dutch townSix men were arrested after police discovered what they described as an "underworld prison and torture chamber" in a warehouse in the Netherlands.

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UC Berkeley students plan to skirt ICE rules with fake course for foreign classmatesHundreds of students at the University of California at Berkeley are privately discussing a plan to create a "dummy" course.

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359 The Ground Beneath Her FeetThis is the penultimate Salman Rushdie book that I have to read from the list and I don't know if that was part of the reason that I enjoyed it so much - I feel like some of his other books that I've read more recently didn't measure up to Midnight's Children or the Moor's Last Sigh.

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Cuomo Says Malls Can Reopen In Phase 4 Regions If They Have Enhanced Air Filtration Systems In Place"The bad news is everything around us, frankly," Cuomo said. "Thirty six states are seeing an increase in the COVID infection rate."

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Jackson, Mississippi votes to remove statue of Andrew JacksonA Mississippi city named after former US President Andrew Jackson will remove a statue of him amid renewed criticism of his legacy.

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PA constable suspended for 'despicable' racist online postsA Pennsylvania judge suspended constable Pete Dardas for a series of "despicable" Facebook posts characterizing Black Lives Matter protesters as terrorists.

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Fishhook Waterflea Infesting Lake ChamplainBoaters returning from the waters of Lake Champlain at Shelburne Bay have reported large quantities of invasive fishhook waterflea fouling their fishing lines.

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Long Island Hits Phase 4 Of Reopening, Museums Now A New Kind Of ExperiencePeople on Long Island will now have more choices for indoor fun and activities as the region entered a new phase Wednesday on the road to reopening.

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DNC releases memo blasting Facebook for 'unkept promises'The DNC is calling out Facebook for its "unkept promises, uneven policies," over the tech behemoth's stated commitment to combatting disinformation on its platform.

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Joe Biden says he wants schools to reopen this fall, but 'safely'Presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden "of course" wants schools to reopen this fall, a Biden campaign official tells The Post.

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64-Year-Old Man Found Dead With Trauma To His BodyOn Tuesday, July 7 at around 1:47 p.m., cops were called to a wellness check at a building on Schenck Avenue near Stanley Avenue, where they fund a 64-year-old man dead with trauma to his body.

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Russia digs trench around village to enforce quarantineLocal officials believe the bug was spread throughout the village - located some 20 miles east of Lake Baikal - during a traditional shaman ritual performed by an infected woman on June 10.

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NYC's oldest gay bar launches crowdfunding campaign to stay afloatJulius' Bar launched a GoFundMe campaign to raise $50,000 that will keep them and their employees afloat until indoor dining is permitted.

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Coronavirus Live Updates: New York schools reopening decision to be made in August, Cuomo saysNew York state will announce a decision on whether schools will reopen during the first week of August, Gov.

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New York Gov. Cuomo blasts Trump on school reopenings: 'It's not up to the president'New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo blasted President Donald Trump on Wednesday for pressuring state officials to reopen schools this fall, saying the federal government doesn't have any authority over the matter.

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Kanye West details 2020 presidential platform: Wakanda, God and ChinaBillionaire rapper and business mogul Kanye West vaguely outlined a preliminary campaign platform in an interview with Forbes Wednesday, after revealing in a July 4th tweet that he would be running.

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Hong Kong bans protest anthem in schools as fears over freedoms intensifyHong Kong authorities on Wednesday banned school students from singing of "Glory to Hong Kong," the unofficial anthem of the pro-democracy protest movement, just hours after Beijing set up its new national security bureau in the Chinese-ruled city.

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'Absolutely essential' for schools to reopen in fall: Pence"What we heard yesterday from education officials and what we heard from the American Academy of Pediatrics, it is absolutely essential that we get our kids back in the classroom for in-person learning," Pence said during a coronavirus task force briefing at the White House, referring to a forum in the East Room Tuesday.

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SUV Drives Through Black Lives Matter Protest in New York CityAn SUV driver drove through a Black Lives Matter protest in Midtown Manhattan Tuesday evening after demonstrators tried to stop his car while they marched, New York Police Department officials said.

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State Launches 'Play Smart, Play Safe, Play Local' CampaignDEC and the Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation have launched PLAY SMART PLAY SAFE PLAY LOCAL Campaign to encourage safe, responsible and local recreation this summer.

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12. Srila Prabhupada and ISKCONLife of the master The founder of ISKCON, Abhaya Charanaravinda Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada, was born on 1st September 1896 in Calcutta, into a Bengali Kayastha family.

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New York City Public Schools Will Reopen With 'Blended Learning' Model In Fall, Mayor SaysMayor Bill de Blasio said most students will attend in-person classes two or three days a week, depending on the week.

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Where to Get Tested for COVID-19 in North BrooklynWhile New York City's COVID-19 curve has thankfully flattened, the pandemic rages on across the country.

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Phil Keoghan On The Cast Of 'Tough As Nails': 'We Need To Be Celebrating These People'Tough As Nails' host Phil Keoghan discusses the series premiere and the hard working men and women competing for prizes.

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Feds investigating TikTok over children's privacy issues: reportThe feds are investigating TikTok to determine if it failed to comply with a 2019 agreement aimed at protecting children's privacy, a report says.

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New Chinese Restaurant Public Village Lands on the Lower East Side Spotlighting Dongbei CuisineSenior critic Robert Sietsema assesses the chicken skeleton and noodles at Public Village.

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ZAKK SABBATHDescribing the DIY process as "very productive," the three respectfully added their own flair to make for a slightly different flavor, also revisiting various live renditions and "extending a solo here or slowing things down because that's what they tended to do on stage."

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What is Falun Gong ?Truth. Compassion. Forbearance. Those three words represent the primary tenets of Falun Gong aka Falun Dafa , a quasi-religious movement first practiced in China by Mr.

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San Francisco official introduces CAREN Act to stop racist 911 callsA San Francisco city official is taking aim against so-called "Karens" - by introducing an ordinance making it illegal to report bogus "racially biased" calls to cops.

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University of Toledo football player fatally shot at pizzeriaJahneil Douglas, a football player for Ohio's University of Toledo, was shot dead outside of a pizza joint - and the shooter remains at-large.

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12th Street ghost signageEV Grieve is the leading news, entertainment and lifestyle blog about the East Village of New York City.

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WHO acknowledges 'evidence emerging' of airborne spread of COVID-19The World Health Organization acknowledges there is "evidence emerging" of the airborne spread of the coronavirus - after a group of more than 200 scientists urged the UN agency to update its guidance on how the respiratory illness passes between people.

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4 Killed, 3 Wounded In Paterson ShootingAuthorities that the gunfire broke out just after 11 p.m. at Carroll and Governor Streets.

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New Jersey mandates that face masks be worn outsideNearly three months after New York mandated face masks be worn in outdoor public spaces, Governor Phil Murphy of New Jersey has done the same.

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Cuomo sets deadline for NY school reopening decision; malls can reopen FridayNew York Governor Andrew Cuomo set a deadline for the end of the first week of August about the state making a decision on reopening schools.

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Suspect in California doctor's killing identified as wanted felonJohn Conway, 40, of Orville allegedly opened fire as Dr. Ari Gershman, 45, and his 15-year-old son drove a new Jeep Friday near Downieville.

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Video of Schenectady cop kneeling on man's neck sparks outrageYugeshwar Gaindarpersaud, 31, a member of the upstate city's Guyanese community, told the Daily Gazette that he was stopped Monday by police investigating a report that his neighbor's tires had been slashed.

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New York's Whitest"Look at the record and remember that this is supposedly an enlightened era, and we are supposedly an enlightened city."

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Historic NYC Bar Neir's Tavern Reopens for Outdoor DiningDevoted regulars have helped keep the bar afloat during the pandemic.

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Oregon politician confesses to writing 'anonymous' racist letter to himselfJonathan Lopez, who is Latino and was a recent candidate for Umatilla County commissioner, said he discovered the letter in his mailbox on June 23.

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New Yorkers Want Takeout Cocktails to Stay Post-PandemicPlus, Greenpoint's popular Vietnamese restaurant Di An Di is now piloting informal barbecue dinners — and more intel.

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GOP candidate claims he can topple AOC in general electionEx-cop and retired teacher John Cummings claims he has a real shot at toppling the first-term democratic socialist firebrand in the general election.

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Trump threatens to cut funding if schools don't reopenPresident Trump upped the ante in his push to have schools reopen this fall despite the coronavirus pandemic, threatening to cut off funding for those that don't.

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Van Bramer Condemns Development Plan Proposed for Former Amazon SiteJuly 8, 2020 By Christian Murray Council Member Jimmy Van Bramer announced last night that he is opposed to the plans put forward by a group of developers.

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Supreme Court backs religious exemptions from birth control mandateThe Supreme Court on Wednesday upheld expanded exemptions to the Affordable Care Act's birth control mandate for employers with religious or moral objections.

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New York Attorney General Letitia James To Give Update On Investigation Into Possible NYPD Misconduct During George Floyd ProtestsHer office held public hearings last month, with testimony from more than 100 witnesses.

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Governors Island will reopen on July 15 with limited capacitySummer is not totally canceled in New York City. Governors Island will officially reopen to the public next week for passive activities only and with a new reservation system for ferries.

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Lili and Cata Adds Backyard Manicure And Pedicure StationsIt's been nearly a year since Lili and Cata Nail Saloon opened its non-toxic nail shop and cafe on Greenpoint Avenue, and after over three months of mandatory closure, the café and salon is back and better than ever, thanks to a backyard addition.

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Florida man fired from insurance firm after Costco mask outburstThe Florida man who went ballistic after an elderly woman asked him to wear a mask as he shopped at a Costco is now out of a job.

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Restaurateurs John Mcdonald and Serge Becker Will Debut an American Bistro Called Hancock Street This FallJohn McDonald and Serge Becker are set to open a new restaurant on Sixth Avenue sometime this fall.

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'Murder in the Garment District': Unraveling the labor unions in mob-controlled ManhattanBy the 1930s, New York City's thriving garment industry had moved from the Lower East Side to Midtown Manhattan*, housed within nondescript buildings with hundreds of showrooms and shop floors.

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Judge denies request to allow opening of Orthodox sleepaway camps in CatskillsChris McKenna Times Herald-Record A federal judge on Monday refused to grant a temporary order allowing Orthodox Jewish sleepaway camps in the Catskills to open in spite of a state ban on overnight children's camps this summer because of coronavirus concerns.

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At a former school on the Upper West Side, this $22.5M penthouse has a two-level terraceNot only is this apartment at 555 West End Avenue three floors, but it has a two-floor terrace, too.

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Rangers Rescue Many Injured, Lost, Ill Hikers Over Holiday WeekThis past week, leading up to and including the 4th of July holiday weekend, Forest Rangers were busy in the Adirondacks and Catskills.

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Plans for 67 Vestry finally revealedThe 19th Century loft building on the corner West Street - once a home to composers and artists and the founding home of the Dia - is scheduled to be finished in 2021.

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Trump administration warns against investing in Chinese firmsThe Trump administration warned about investing in Chinese companies because of the possibility of sanctions and boycotts over the Chinese Communist Party's handling of the coronavirus pandemic and its strong-armed response to pro-democracy rallies in Hong Kong, according to a report.

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Portland police union blames riots on city officialsPortland's police union ripped public officials for enabling rioters to destroy the city, as demonstrators once again taunted cops Tuesday night.

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Seal beaten unconscious so kids could take pictures with itA seal was beaten the point of unconsciousness by a group of men at a Kazakhstan beach — so kids could take pictures with it, according to a report.

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Pandemic Hit New York City Hard in the First Half of 2020"But with New York City having entered Phase 2 of reopening in late-June and pockets of New York State already in Phase 4 there are promising signs of a recovery in the second-half of the year" says Colliers' Franklin Wallach.

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Restaurant Opening This Week on a Retired Aircraft Carrier at 125th StreetA restaurant that its owner calls "practically pandemic proof" is opening on the upper Upper West Side on Thursday, July 9th, and it's taking an aircraft carrier to do it.

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H A R L E M + B E S P O K E: Dwell: 4 Hamilton Terrace Townhouse ReducedHarlem Bespoke: Number 4 Hamilton Terrace went up on the market in January for $2.6 million and has since been reduced significantly t...

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Ex-teacher Kim Connor jailed over relationship with studentA former drama school teacher in England was sentenced to nine months in jail for grooming one of her female students into having an "exploitative" sexual relationship - during which the girl performed alongside her at a Rod Stewart concert, according to reports.

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Discover Unique Roadside Attractions in New York StateLooking for a safe and fun New York road trip close to home? Check out these great New York State roadside attractions!

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H A R L E M + B E S P O K E: Last Chance: Ella Fitzgerald At MayslesFriday, June 26th to Thursday, July, 9th, E lla Fitzgerald: Just One of those Things , virtual.

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H A R L E M + B E S P O K E: Reopening: B2 Harlem At 119th StreetHarlem Bespoke : Even more reopenings are happening this week with B2 Harlem returning to the dining scene as of yesterday.

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Trump says Confederate flag is a matter of 'freedom of speech'President Trump said the decision whether to fly the Confederate flag comes down to "freedom of speech," after he blasted NASCAR for banning the flag at its race events.

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Kanye West breaks from Trump in interview on presidential runKanye West, who admitted to never having voted before, did not provide specific reasons for his decision to stop supporting President Trump.

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Three More States Added to New York's Out-of-State Travel QuarantineThere are now 19 states on the list from which travelers are expected to quarantine upon entering New York.

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Multiple New Jersey MVC Locations Reach Capacity Hours Before Opening After Crowds Camp Out OvernightMany people said the MVC should have seen this coming and been more prepared for the massive crowds.

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Thomas Jefferson's descendants want his DC memorial replacedTwo descendants of Thomas Jefferson said they want his DC memorial replaced because it glorifies the third president as a Founding Father without providing context about him being a slaveholder, according to a report.

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Police: 12-Year-Old Boy Arrested In Ridgewood Attempted Rape InvestigationThe boy is accused of following a 37-year-old woman into her Ridgewood home around 8 a.m.

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Sources: Man Seen In Chokehold Arrest Video Taken Into Custody AgainSources say Bellevue was one of two men arrested after an attempted robbery Tuesday in the Melrose section of the Bronx.

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New York Weather: CBS2's 7/8 Wednesday Morning ForecastDownpours seem to be the main threat with iso'd instances of damaging winds... even some hail can't be ruled out.

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

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ONE: a Global Sale of the 20th Century at Christie's in New YorkChristie's first of its kind relay-style hybrid auction will take place on July 10, 2020 and will be an auction event offering Impressionist and Modern, Post-War and Contemporary Art and Design.

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New York City Improves Disease Surveillance to Avert Covid-19 SurgeTechnology used by New York City public health officials to spot cases of Legionnaires' disease or a serious food-borne illness has been fine-tuned to pick up potentially connected cases of the novel coronavirus.

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Decision on New York school reopening to come in early AugustGov. Andrew Cuomo laid out a timeline for deciding on reopening schools for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic shuttered them in March.

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Gesture yanked from 'Call of Duty' game amid hate symbol concernsPlayers on the popular shoot-'em-up game "Call of Duty: Modern Warfare" will no longer be able to celebrate with an "OK" gesture because of its use as a hate symbol, according to a report.

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New York tattoo parlors reopen, COVID-19 face masks requiredIt's legal once again to get a tattoo in New York just about anywhere on your body - except under the face mask still required as the city reopens after once being the epicenter of the U.S. coronavirus outbreak.

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Airliner with 178 passengers plunges 10,000 feet after window cracksThe mayhem aboard the Ruili Airlines Boeing 737 erupted 30 minutes after it took off Tuesday from Xi'an for a domestic flight to Kunming when the electrically heated windscreen began to spark and then suddenly cracked, The Sun reported.

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Let's stroll through Tompkins Square Park on this June 1, 1967EV Grieve is the leading news, entertainment and lifestyle blog about the East Village of New York City.

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Out on a walk with Touchy BlinkyEV Grieve is the leading news, entertainment and lifestyle blog about the East Village of New York City.

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Neir's perseveresNY Post Before the pandemic, things were looking dire for the historic watering hole Neir's Tavern in Woodhaven, Queens.

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New York's Cuomo says decision on schools to be made in AugustNew York Governor Andrew Cuomo said on Wednesday that a final decision on when and how to reopen schools in the state will be made in the first week of August and consultations were still going on.

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Professor Thom's doesn't look to be reopeningEV Grieve is the leading news, entertainment and lifestyle blog about the East Village of New York City.

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Local Business Update: Tribeca GrillThe restaurant, which has been in Tribeca for 30 years, will reopen once they know they can not just pay the rent but celebrate all that dining out means to customers and owners.

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

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

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

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

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Protesters in Indiana and New York injured in alleged car attacks, days after Seattle demonstrator was killedMan accused of driving car into Black Lives Matter protestersOne of the protesters was struck and killed.

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

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

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Inside Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas' New York mansionJuly 08, 2020-09:05 BST Chloe Best Catherine Zeta-Jones house: see where the Chicago actress lives with her husband Michael Douglas and their children Dylan and Carys.

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Black Lives Matter protesters in New York: 'Confrontation works'Protesters share their experiences of systemic racism and stories of solidarity on the streets.

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Fans create petition to rename NYC's Longacre Theatre after Nick CorderoThe Longacre, which was home to Cordero's last broadway show " A Bronx Tale", was built in 1912 named after Longacre Square, Times Squares' original name.

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New York City EMS worker commits suicideThe warnings by mental health experts about the traumatic impact of the coronavirus pandemic on health care workers are now being tragically borne out.

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Women attack Black Lives Matter protesters with a hockey stick in CanadaWinnipeg police said they are investigating the attack on a black man andn a indigenous woman at the protest outside the Manitoba Legislature grounds, according to the Winnipeg Sun.

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Oregon man driving stolen car crashes into woman driving another stolen carA police chase in Oregon ended when a driver fleeing authorities in a stolen car crashed into a woman driving another stolen car.

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Texas State Fair cancelled for the first time since World War II"While we cannot predict what the COVID-19 pandemic will look like in September, the recent surge in positive cases is troubling for all of North Texas."

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FBI investigating reported assault on Black Indiana manINDIANAPOLIS — The FBI said Tuesday it's investigating the reported assault of a Black man by a group of white men at a southern Indiana lake.

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Shootings in New York increased 130% in June compared to last yearNYPD police commissioner condemns ‘sharp increase' in crimes.

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Huge new York hotel with mystery operator set to get green lightThe 168-bed hotel on Picadilly is expected to create 36 new jobs - but the operator is not yet known.

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

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

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NYC Day Care Centers Get Green Light To Reopen Next WeekThe Department of Health voted in favor of the resolution Tuesday and centers are getting ready to have socially distanced day cares, CBS2's Ali Bauman reported.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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State Administrative Judge Grants All-Female Volunteer EMT Company In Brooklyn License To Operate AmbulanceThe women's group, Ezras Nashim, had been fighting for a license in the community, where there has long been an ambulance service only run by men.

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Schenectady Police Defend Kneeling Arrest Video, Black Man Claims BrutalityYugeshwar Gaindarpersaud claims a police officer in Schenectady beat him, kneeled on his head and arrested him on his own property for a crime the Black man did not commit.

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Exclusive: Gov. Murphy Talks Chaos At The MVC, Coronavirus Travel Advisory, And More In Interview With CBS2Because of the coronavirus pandemic, it's a challenge to get a one-on-one with New Jersey Gov.

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

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Queens Council Member Calls for Mayor to Fire Police Commissioner SheaCouncil Member Rory Lancman has called on Mayor Bill de Blasio to fire police commissioner Dermot Shea for blaming the surge in crime on bail reform and a ban on chokeholds.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Thousands of New York City Child-Care Facilities Could Reopen Next WeekThousands of New York City child-care facilities could reopen as early as next week under a measure approved by the city's Board of Health on Tuesday, bringing relief to struggling parents but also putting some providers in a tough spot.

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Board of Health rules that New York City daycares can open starting July 13New York City's Board of Health voted on Tuesday to approve the reopening of 3,000 daycare centers beginning next week.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Who Tore Down This Frederick Douglass Statue?President Trump and others have speculated about why vandals destroyed a Rochester, N.Y., statue of the prominent Black abolitionist even as protests against systemic racism continue.

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A New Restaurant on a Former Navy Ship: The Baylander Steel BeachThe Baylander Steel Beach will soon be opening at the West Harlem Pier. The new bar will boast water views in every direction, frozen drinks and light grub.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Assembly Candidates Lentol and Gallagher Prepare for Absentee Ballots CountAfter the pandemic struck, Kevin Forsyth, a resident of East Williamsburg, went up to his parents' place in Connecticut to ride out the worst of COVID-19's spread.

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

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BOE to Begin Counting Absentee Ballots WednesdayJuly 7, 2020 By Allie Griffin The Board of Elections will begin counting the tens of thousands of absentee ballots Queens voters mailed in for the June.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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H A R L E M + B E S P O K E: Unveiling: Harlem Black Lives Matter MuralWednesday, July 8th, at 10:00AM official Unveiling of the Black Lives Matter mural in Harlem on Adam Clayton Powell Boulev...

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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