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George Floyd's death sparks trail of destruction in MinneapolisMinneapolis looters left behind a trail of destruction at a Target and other local businesses as they protested the actions of police in the death of George Floyd - prompting the city's mayor to push for the activation of the National Guard.

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George Floyd's brother Philonise says he's 'tired of seeing black men die'He spoke as the outrage over George Floyd's death after a fatal encounter with Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin and three other cops spilled into the streets.

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Cop who pinned George Floyd has 'murderer' scrawled on homeProtesters descended on the home of the cop filmed pinning George Floyd down by his neck before his death - scrawling "murderer" in large letters at the end of his driveway.

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Minn. mayor says George Floyd would still be alive 'if he were white'Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey said in a televised interview Thursday that he believes George Floyd would "be alive today if he were white."

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Peter Manfredonia: Navy vet 'very lucky' to survive alleged attackAn 80-year-old Navy vet who tried to save his neighbor while being allegedly attacked by UConn student Peter Manfredonia was "very lucky" to survive, his wife said.

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Mayor De Blasio Details Plan For Phase 1 Reopen, Says Businesses That Jump The Gun Could Face $1,000 FinesPhase one includes non-essential retail with curbside or in-store pickup only, construction, manufacturing, wholesale trade, plus agriculture, forestry, hunting and fishing.

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Setting the Bar for Distance Learning at Schechter ManhattanJoin Schechter Manhattan at a Virtual Info Session for prospective parents to speak with and hear from administrators, alumni, and parents of current students on June 4th at 8 pm.

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Lottery opens for 29 units at Williamsburg waterfront rental, from $1,101/monthA housing lottery launched on Thursday for 29 income-restricted apartments in Williamsburg. The Kent House, located at 187 Kent Avenue, sits a block in from the waterfront and between two popular green spaces, Bushwick Inlet Park and Domino Park.

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AG Barr appoints special prosecutor to review 2016 election 'unmasking'Attorney General William Barr has appointed a US Attorney in Texas to review the "unmasking" process that took place at the time of the 2016 presidential election, his spokeswoman announced.

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Le Pain Quotidien's U.S. Operations Have Been Purchased By Aurify As Part of Bankruptcy ProceedingsThe bakery chain had been struggling for years due to competition from other fast casual chains.

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'It Sounded Like A Bomb': Turtle Smashes Through Driver's Windshield On HighwayA woman in Georgia was "literally in shock" after a turtle went flying across the highway and through her windshield, nearly striking her brother in the face.

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Sex workers will return to work in Switzerland before contact sportsSwiss Health Minister Alain Berset said he believes that prostitutes are better equipped than athletes of some sports to safely return to business.

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'He Could Become The Next Walt Disney': Kron Moore and Ed Quinn On Tyler Perry and BET's 'The Oval'The actors discuss their experience on the show and what it was like to work with Tyler Perry.

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Red Cross says 208 COVID-related attacks on health workersThe president of the International Committee of the Red Cross said it has recorded 208 COVID-19-related attacks against health workers and installations in 13 countries since March, a striking contrast to the cheers and clapping in gratitude for their work in many nations.

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Mississippi cop on leave after video shows his hands around man's neckA Mississippi cop forcefully held a young suspect by the neck as onlookers repeatedly told the officer "he can't breathe," troubling video shows.

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Danny Meyer Cafe Daily Provisions Returns with Crullers and Fancy BECsPlus, beloved Tribeca brunch spot Bubby's reopens for pie delivery — and more intel.

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Trump expresses sympathy as US passes 100K coronavirus deathsTrump and other leaders have blamed China for misleading countries around the world about the spread of COVID-19 after the initial cases were reported in the Chinese city of Wuhan in late December.

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Cop in George Floyd's death was the subject of 10 complaintsThe Minneapolis cop who was seen kneeling on George Floyd's neck before he died was involved in three police shootings during his 19 years on the job — and has been the subject of 10 conduct compla...

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Rangers Respond to Multiple Wildfires, Search and RescuesWhat follows is a report, prepared by DEC, of recent missions carried out by Forest Rangers.

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Hoboken will allow gyms to use parks and fields for outdoor workout classesHoboken, New Jersey Mayor Ravi S. Bhalla signed an executive order yesterday that permits fitness clubs to "utilize certain City fields and parks in order to facilitate safe, socially distanced outdoor workouts." Because of reopening measures outlined by Governor Murphy that will reduce capacity at indoor gyms and fitness facilities, Mayor...

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Trump to target Twitter, Facebook with executive orderPresident Trump is expected to sign an executive order on Thursday that would begin a review of laws that protect Twitter, Facebook and Google from responsibility for postings from users on their sites, according to reports.

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George Floyd protester flies off cop car in California: videoVideo taken during the wild protests show the man clinging to front of the California Highway Patrol cruiser Wednesday and then falling to the pavement.

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Coronavirus in NYC: Restaurants Invest In New Tech to Survive the PandemicRestaurant owners are turning to new, relatively untested technology as they prepare for an eventual return to dining-in.

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Another NYC Restaurant Is Turning Into a Drive-In Movie TheaterThe trend is catching on: Juicy Luicy on Staten Island is showing movies while selling barbecue.

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'Biggest I've Ever Seen': Massive Alligator Trapped At Mini-Golf Course Is EuthanizedAn alligator believed to be the largest ever captured on Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, was euthanized after it was trapped Tuesday evening at a miniature golf course.

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UConn murder suspect Peter Manfredonia seen in new mugshotPeter Manfredonia, the University of Connecticut senior accused of two murders, appeared stone-faced in a new mugshot released Thursday after he was arrested by Maryland police.

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Australia's youngest coronavirus victim had party days before deathNathan Turner, a 30-year-old miner, was found dead by his fiancée, Simone Devon, Tuesday afternoon at his home in Blackwater, Queensland, after weeks of suffering from respiratory symptoms, Australian outlet 7News reported.

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Jerzy Kosinski's Tainted Words"Though his work for human rights is unassailable, the books grow worse and worse, the tales of his derring-do more and more farfetched."

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NYC Council will introduce bill that requires open street space be used for outdoor diningIntroduced by Council Speaker Corey Johnson and Council Member Antonio Reynoso, the proposed legislation would require Mayor Bill de Blasio's administration to identify open spaces like sidewalks, streets, and plazas for restaurants and bars to "safely serve customers outside," according to a press release.

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H A R L E M + B E S P O K E: Bespoke: Harlem Listings 2020Harlem Bespoke: Those who are interested in renting, buying or selling in Harlem should check out the Bespoke Listings page which feature...

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Minneapolis man loses lease after questioning black tenantsTom Austin, a venture capitalist and managing partner of the F2 Intelligence Group, threatened to call 911 in the confrontation earlier this week.

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Nancy Pelosi postpones FISA vote amid progressive, GOP outrageHouse Democrats and Nancy Pelosi decided to hold off on a vote to extend provisions in FISA, caving to pressure from progressives and top GOP leaders.

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George Floyd protesters attack knife-wielding woman in wheelchairShocking video has emerged of a woman in a wheelchair being punched sprayed with a fire extinguisher in Minneapolis in the wake of George Floyd's death.

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NY History Emergency Funding ExpandedThe Pomeroy Fund for NYS History, a partnership between the William G. Pomeroy Foundation and the Museum Association of New York , will provide an additional $50,000 in grants to assist 501 history-related organizations with general operating expenses in 2020.

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2.3M Park Slope rowhouse has tranquil interiors and a party-ready backyardThis uber-charming brick rowhouse on the Park Slope / Gowanus border is pretty perfect for quarantine; it has soothing interiors to keep you calm during this stressful time, but the backyard is party-ready for those times when you need to let loose.

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Kansas soldier saved 'countless lives' by ramming bridge gunmanA Fort Leavenworth soldier likely saved "countless lives" by ramming an active shooter who was firing shots randomly on a bridge, police said.

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Stephen Jackson says death of George Floyd 'destroyed' himStephen Jackson said he was half-asleep when he first saw the George Floyd video and assumed it was "another black man getting murdered by the police."

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'Armed rednecks' stave off looters amid George Floyd protestsArmed citizens in Minneapolis stood guard against looters that ravaged the city Wednesday night over the death of George Floyd.

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George Floyd showed no signs of life en route to hospitalGeorge Floyd was unresponsive and without a pulse by the time he was on the way to the hospital Monday — but first responders and ER personnel refused to give up on him for almost an hour, according.

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Are Supercities Like New York About to Shrink? A DebateBloomberg Opinion) - For much of the past three decades, America's biggest cities - especially on the coasts - have been some of the country's most important engines of economic growth.

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George Floyd called on younger generation to end gun violenceGeorge Floyd, the 46-year-old Minnesota man who died at the hands of white cops, urges the younger generation to put an end to gun violence in newly emerged video, according to a report.

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Hush BritainTitle : HUSH BRITAIN Original artwork. Acrylic on paper 32x22Inch. Created 2012 Hush Britain was an early work created while I was in prison during the Olympic games in the summer of 2012.

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Seen and Heard: More businesses coming to lifeLupe's on Watts and Sixth; West Broadway Cleaners; Jr. Sushi; and Duane Park celebrates the class of 2020.

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New York State Lawmakers Pass Coronavirus Relief PackageThey include extending Gov. Andrew Cuomo's ban on residential evictions for tenants who have "suffered financial hardship." The ban would remain in effect until the state of emergency is over.

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Coronavirus deaths reach 100,000 in the U.S.The grim milestone comes as states across America have begun reopening.

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Giants' Darnay Holmes counts Deion Sanders, Rod Woodson among mentorsJust how good is New York's fourth-round pick? Aeneas Williams, Rod Woodson and Deion Sanders have some inside intel on the cornerback out of UCLA.

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A Brazilian journalist searches for trends on St. Mark's Place in 1985EV Grieve is the leading news, entertainment and lifestyle blog about the East Village of New York City.

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New York Weather: CBS2's 5/28 Thursday Morning ForecastWe're expecting a mostly cloudy day with a few passing showers around the area, but mainly from the city westward.

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Gunman dead following tractor-trailer chase, shootout in New York: policeA tractor-trailer driver that "aggressively" tried to ram officers off the road while shooting at them has died following a police chase in New York on Wednesday night, authorities said.

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Six feet likely not far enough to stop COVID-19 transmission: expertsOn Tuesday, the experts said that for society to resume as normal, measures must be implemented to reduce aerosol transmission, which includes the universal wearing of masks - in addition to widespread testing.

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Newsletter: May 28Subscribe to the twice-weekly Tribeca Citizen newsletter by entering your email address where it says "Subscribe" in the right column, or at the bottom of the page under "Connect." You can unsubscribe at any time.

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Photo op! Luster has reopened on Avenue AEV Grieve is the leading news, entertainment and lifestyle blog about the East Village of New York City.

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Reopenings: Muzzarella Pizza, 787 CoffeeEV Grieve is the leading news, entertainment and lifestyle blog about the East Village of New York City.

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Coronavirus Live Updates: Testing Becomes Major Campaign IssuePresident Trump would leave it to the states, while Joseph R. Biden Jr. said he would create a national program.

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Here's your Brooklyn Dumpling Shop signageEV Grieve is the leading news, entertainment and lifestyle blog about the East Village of New York City.

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Clayton Patterson Gets the Graphic Novel TreatmentProlific Lower East Side documentarian, Clayton Patterson, is getting his own biography. An illustrated one, at that.

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Disaster Squared: Coronavirus and Hurricanes Poses Deadly Threat to Lower East SideThe following editorial is written by Pat Arnow. For more than a year, the city has been ignoring solid community opposition to a massive flood control project that will demolish East River Park, and do the opposite.

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With COLORS Faded, the 'Bun Hut' Takes 178 Stanton StreetWhere COLORS faded, a new concept for 178 Stanton Street. That's right, gone not three months, and the ground floor space is again occupied.

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Lights. Camera. Makeup. And a Carefully Placed 1,246-Page Book.The Power Broker,' a biography by Robert Caro has become a must-have prop for numerous politicians and reporters appearing on camera from home.

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10 Weeks Into New York Area's Lockdown, Who Is Still Getting Sick?Nearly 50,000 people in the region have tested positive for the coronavirus in the last two weeks.

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New York Man Charged In $100 Million Bitcoin CaseA New York City man has been charged with hacking, trafficking in stolen payment card numbers, and laundering money with bitcoin, highlighting the cryptocurrency's enduring appeal to digital and cyber criminals...

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Some false police reports could be a hate crime under proposed New York lawA video of a white woman calling police on a black man who asked her to leash her dog in Central Park has drawn outrage.

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Chinese lawmakers endorse new Hong Kong national security lawThe Hong Kong security law will alter the territory's mini-constitution, or Basic Law, to require its government to enforce measures to be decided later by Chinese leaders.

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New York's Townhouses Poised for Comeback as Buyers Prize Space, Privacy and Social DistanceA segment of the market that's slumped in recent years may see a flood of fresh interest.

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"Let the people decide": New York City businesses defy orders and open early"We're being punished for trying to put food on our table," said one business owner.

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The New Abnormal: Album ReviewWhen the genre you helped create and popularise is coming under fire for a lack of creativity, it feels only right to come back and show everyone how it's done.

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Meet New York's Social-Distancing Ambassadors-Just Don't Get Too CloseNew York City has deployed a small army of employees to encourage residents to keep six-feet apart and wear masks in public as summer season kicks off.

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The NamesakeMira Nair, 2006, 2h 2m Ashima sits atop a roof with a tanpura in her hands singing ragas while her long, luscious hair and the shawl of her saari dance along with the wind.

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TfL's new boss worked wonders in New York — we're lucky to have himLondon, meet Train Daddy. That's the name New Yorkers gave Andy Byford when he ran the city's transit system.

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Why Was New York Hit So Badly With Covid 19?The mayor, the CDC and a New York disease expert weigh in.

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PAINTED ZERO'SBrooklyn songwriter Katie Lau has used the time to add the finishing touches to her new album "When You Found Forever", her first project to be released in five years under the Painted Zeros name.

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Look inside the 'livable art' hideaway designed by Chinese artist-activist Ai Weiwei as an upstate New York vacation home for one of his collectorsChinese artist and activist Ai Weiwei is best known for his politically charged works like "Dropping a Han Dynasty Urn" and "Sunflower Seeds." One of his lesser-known works is a two-structure modern home in upstate New York.

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University of Minnesota limits ties with Minneapolis policeUniversity of Minnesota president Joan Gabe will no longer contract the department for the additional policing of large events or special services — including at their Division I football games.

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ICE chief rips 'dangerous' move by New York to make sharing illegal immigrant driver data a felonyThe head of Immigration and Customs Enforcement is warning that New York's controversial Green Light Law is putting lives in danger by limiting law enforcement cooperation - especially after the measure was amended to make sharing information with ICE a felony.

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New York Times Celebrates Broadway Season Cut Short by COVID-19 With ‘Offstage: Opening Night'The New York Times will celebrate a Broadway season that was brought to an abrupt and painful end by the coronavirus pandemic.

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Watch live: New York Governor Andrew Cuomo gives coronavirus updateOn Wednesday he urged the federal government to pass legislation to help state and local governments, saying can be no national recovery if they're not funded.

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A pandemic nurse's love letter to New YorkThe coronavirus pandemic has restricted almost everyone's freedoms in America but for Meghan Lindsey it has done the opposite.

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Virus fear alone not enough for mail balloting, Texas court saysThe decision was unanimous by the Texas Supreme Court, which is stocked with nine Republican justices, including one who revealed last week that she had tested positive for COVID-19.

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People's Enemy No.1: The Central Park Dog Walker, Karen.Karen, the Central Park Dog Walker, Public Enemies No.'s 1-5, KaronaVirus, whatever you want to call her, has found herself in a, socially-engineered media-driven conveyance to international infamy.

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Trash, leather, sleaze: how Gary Green shot New York's punk sceneHe roomed with a New York Doll and photographed the seedy clubs where Manhattan's misfits, outsiders and famous faces went out to experience a thrilling new sound.

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Signs of depression or anxiety seen in one-third of adults: censusA study completed by the U.S. Census Bureau in collaboration with five federal agencies found that one-third of all Americans are struggling with anxiety or depression amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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Watch live: New York Governor Cuomo gives coronavirus updateOn Wednesday he urged the federal government to pass legislation to help state and local governments, saying can be no national recovery if they're not funded.

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Meet the New Yorkers who bought apartments during the coronavirusWhen Kerry-Anne Hoffman signed the contract on her first home purchase in New York City - a two-bedroom condo in Clinton Hill with a washer / dryer and dishwasher for $1.29 million - at the end of February, she was told that it would take around two months for the deal to be done.

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Live Coronavirus News: World UpdatesA fire tore through a Covid-19 ward in Bangladesh, killing five. And scientists are revising the timeline of when the virus reached Europe and the United States.

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UConn Murder Suspect Peter Manfredonia Arrested In MarylandHe is suspected of killing 62-year-old Theodore DeMers and 23-year-old Nicholas Eisele.

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March 13, March 17, May 26: me/schoolFriday, March 13. That morning was an activity day at our school, "SpringFest". The school play had also been scheduled for that morning, but Lehman College shut the theater the previous day.

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What Summer Activities Are Safe? Doctor Discusses Do's And Don'ts For Your Social LifeWith the start of summer just a few weeks away, people are itching to get back to some kind of a social life, and many are wondering what's safe to do and what's not.

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What Summer Activities Are Safe To Do During The Coronavirus Pandemic?As the economy opens and people are itching to get back to some kind of social life, what's safe to do and what's not?

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Trees Crashes Down Onto Group Of Friends In Riverside Park, 4 InjuredThe four victims were taken to Saint Luke's Hospital, where they're being treated for head and arm injuries.

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Tom Reed Advocates for New York State's ReopeningReopening across New York State needs to move as quickly as possible, Rep. Tom Reed said in a media call Wednesday.

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New York Weather: CBS2 5/27 Nightly Forecast at 11PMCBS2's Lonnie Quinn has your weather forecast for May 27 at 11 p.m.

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NYPD Salutes Transit Workers For Service During COVID-19 FightThere was a salute Wednesday to the front line workers helping to keep the city moving during the coronavirus pandemic.

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U.S. Coronavirus Death Toll Tops 100,000More than 100,000 Americans have now lost their lives to COVID-19.

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Trump plans to sign executive order targeting social media companiesWhite House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany told reporters Wednesday evening that the order is "pertaining to social media," but no further details were given.

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UConn Double Murder Suspect Peter Manfredonia Arrested In MarylandThe University of Connecticut student wanted for two murders is now in custody.

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4 Injured After Tree Falls Onto Path In Riverside ParkA huge tree fell onto a path in Riverside Park on Wednesday, injuring four people; CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.

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Kentucky protester who hung effigy of Gov. Andy Beshear fired from jobAndy Beshear from a tree during a gun rally that turned into a demonstration against coronavirus restrictions has been fired from his job, according to reports.

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UConn Student Wanted in 2 Homicides, Peter Manfredonia, Is Caught in MarylandMr. Manfredonia, 23, had been a fugitive since Friday, when the college senior began a series of violent crimes, the authorities said.

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Mark Zuckerberg criticizes Twitter for fact-checking TrumpFacebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said Twitter was wrong to fact-check President Trump's tweets that made the dubious claim that mail-in ballots increase voter fraud.

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UConn murder suspect Peter Manfredonia arrested in MarylandManfredonia, 23, was picked up in Hagerstown, where authorities had previously said he was believed to be heading to in an Uber from Pennsylvania, Connecticut state police announced on Twitter.

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Five coronavirus patients perish in Bangladesh hospital fireThe inferno broke out in a makeshift isolation unit treating coronavirus patients at United Hospital in the capital city of Dhaka, according to Zillur Rahman, a fire service director.

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Florida man shoots, kills home intruder who was attacking his wifeA Florida man in his 70s fatally shot a home intruder who busted through the glass front door and began attacking his wife on Tuesday, investigators said.

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Camp Lokanda Shutters for Summer 2020Dear Family:It is with tears in our eyes and broken hearts that we deliver such sad news to our camp family.

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NY lawmakers approve extra year to file Child Victims Act suitsLegislation to extend provisions of the landmark Child Victims Act through Aug. 13, 2021, was approved by a vote of 60-0 in the state Senate and 135-9 in the Assembly.

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New York Gold Traders Are Drowning in a Glut They Helped CreateThe New York gold market has been flipped on its head in just a couple of months, with a scramble for the metal turning into a glut.

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Man caught with over $138,000 in cash after missing his flightAuthorities in Massachusetts confiscated a large sum of cash from a man at Logan Airport after he rebooked a missed flight.

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10 Malaysians died in New York due to Covid-19CORONAVIRUS - At least 30 M'sians were infected, says Malaysian Association of America.

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Minneapolis protesters trash police precinct over George Floyd's deathFor a second consecutive day a group of protesters vandalized a Minneapolis police precinct in a violent demonstration over the death of George Floyd.

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West Side Rag » Tree Falls On a Group of People in Riverside Park, Causing Multiple InjuriesA tree fell in Riverside Park around 92nd Street on Wednesday around 6 p.m., hitting at least three people and causing serious injuries, according to two witnesses and the FDNY.

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House slams China human rights in proxy vote amid coronavirusThe House of Representatives condemned China's treatment of Muslim Uyghur minorities on Wednesday with dozens of lawmakers voting by proxy for the first time in history.

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Chicago releases plan for reopening restaurants after coronavirusChicago has released a 13-page list of guidelines for how its eateries can safely resume on-premises service amid the coronavirus, while Mayor Bill de Blasio remains short on answers.

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Wedding company denies refund after man's fiancee diesNot exactly the picture of kindness. A wedding photography company refused to refund a Colorado man after his fiancée died in a tragic car crash — then taunted him online, according to reports.

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New Jersey Farms Get Creative To Meet Demand For Fresh Fruits, VegetablesOne farmer says customers have been calling for weeks, waiting to roam the strawberry fields and find the perfect pick.

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Silicon Valley backs Joe Biden to create digital path to victory: reportSilicon Valley's Democratic tech billionaires are getting behind former Vice President Joe Biden's presidential run to help pave a digital path to victory in November, according to a report on Wednesday.

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

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PandemicWe are depressed. We are trying. I have started to buy random things. Expensive things.

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New York dental association: let us reopen our offices fullyALBANY —The New York State Dental Association wrote a letter to Governor Andrew M....

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Twitter fact-checks China after Post presses on Trump double standardConfronted with an apparent double standard in its lack of fact-check warnings on tweets by a Chinese government spokesman versus the hardline it took with President Trump this week, Twitter on Wednesday added notations to the postings, which falsely accused the US government of causing the coronavirus pandemic.

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Fake signs warning of murder hornets spotted in Washington"These signs - as most of the reports suspected - are FAKE," the department posted on Facebook along with a photo of the signs slapped with the official seal of the Washington Department of Natural Resources.

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Twitter's anti-porn filters block Dominic Cummings storiesBoris Johnson's chief adviser, Cummings, has been front-page news in the UK for days after he was accused of breaking lockdown rules by driving 250 miles while sick with COVID-19 symptoms.

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Lake Ontario Sunset in OswegoImagine. You're stuck in the middle of quarantine, bored out of your mind. Your parents won't let you go anywhere with friends.

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'Let The People Decide': New York City Business Owners Defy State Orders, Reopen EarlyThe mayor expects Phase 1 of reopening to begin in the city in the next few weeks, but that doesn't include entering stores or salons.

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School UpdateI kind of seen it happening, the covid-19 numbers at the time were just going up and up.

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Trump says FBI, DOJ probing 'very sad' death of George FloydPresident Trump on Wednesday called the death of Minnesota man George Floyd at the hands of white cops there a "very, very sad event" as he revealed an FBI-DOJ probe into the death.

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City Hires 1,700 Contact Tracers, Secures 1,200 Hotel Rooms to Reduce Virus SpreadMay 27, 2020 By Allie Griffin The city has hired more than 1,700 contact tracers and secured 1,200 hotel rooms to reduce the spread of the coronavirus as.

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Coronavirus Triumph: Mom Who Gave Birth While In Coma Leaves NYU Winthrop Hospital With Her Healthy BabyA mother in a coma with COVID-19 gave birth to a baby more than two months early.

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Cuomo blames nursing homes for following his Covid-19 order that KILLED PATIENTSRT - May 27, 2020 New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has stealthily attempted to rewrite history, deleting his controversial order requiring nursing homes to admit Covid-19 patients from the state health website and blaming facilities for obeying it.

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Local Leaders Want Woman In Viral Central Park Confrontation To Be ChargedThere are calls for charges to be filed against Amy Cooper, the white woman who called 911, falsely accusing an African-American man of threatening her in Central Park; CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.

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Former Giants Wide Receiver Victor Cruz Helps Provide Chromebooks For Paterson StudentsVictor Cruz continues to give back to the community. On Tuesday, the Super Bowl champ and Paterson native teamed up to provide 100 Chromebooks for Paterson Public School students; CBS2's Otis Livingston reports.

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Former Giants Wide Receiver Victor Cruz Donates Chromebooks To Paterson Public SchoolsOn Tuesday, the Super Bowl champion and Paterson, New Jersey, native teamed up to provide 100 Chromebooks for Paterson public school students.

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Trump says he'll return for delayed SpaceX rocket launchPresident Trump has confirmed he will be back in Florida on Saturday after Wednesday's highly anticipated SpaceX rocket launch was canceled due to bad weather.

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New York Knicks make Tom Thibodeau top target for head coaching roleThe New York Knicks have made Tom Thibodeau the top candidate for their vacant head coaching position, according to reports.

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Coronavirus Memoriam: Remembering NYU Basketball Coach Levester Thompson Jr. And WWII Air Force Veteran Charles BirchCBS2 is continuing its series honoring victims of the coronavirus pandemic. Reporter Natalie Duddridge remembers two Staten Island men who cared deeply about their communities and families.

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Larry Kramer, LGBTQ Icon And Activist, Dies At Age 84Larry Kramer, an icon in the LGBTQ community, has died at the age of 84; CBS2's Lisa Rozner looks back on his remarkable life.

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Did New York City just give up on public transit?The city's battered subway system deserves a more equitable vision for its future.

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De Blasio Signs Relief Bills Into Law, Aims to Help Small BusinessesThe mayor has signed several new bills into law to support tenants and small and commercial businesses during the COVID-19 shutdown.

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New Jersey Drivers Hit With Toll HikesNew Jersey is still slowly reopening, but as many people struggle to recover from the health and economic disaster caused by the pandemic, they're also getting hit with toll hikes; CBS2's Nick Caloway reports.

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Max Minute: Here Are Ways To Avoid Getting Irritating 'Maskne'While health experts say wearing a mask is a necessity to protect against COVID-19, it can also apparently take a toll on your skin.

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CB1 committee shoots down tavern for Saks spaceThe department store would use its former men's store to create an upscale "elegant" tavern open to the general public but really intended for boozy work meetings.

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COVID-19 Patient Who Delivered Baby In A Coma Over 2 Months Early Takes Daughter HomeA mother in a coma with COVID-19 gave birth to a baby more than two months early, and on Wednesday, mom was able to take her daughter home; CBS2's Alice Gainer reports.

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Farmers Getting Creative To Keep Fresh Fruits, Vegetables FlowingThe coronavirus pandemic has forced local farmers to get creative to keep fresh fruits and veggies flowing; CBS2's Vanessa Murdock reports.

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New York City politicians are NOW trying to figure out how to reopen bars and restaurants.Ayyyeee... What's Goodie Everyone. So I got some tea and it involves how America's largest city New York is going to reopen.

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Coronavirus Update: Long Island Courts To Open Friday, But Don't Expect Speedy JusticeCourts will open across Long Island on Friday for the first time since the coronavirus shutdown started, but for very limited in-person functions.

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New York Weather: CBS2 5/27 Evening Forecast at 5PMCBS2's Lonnie Quinn has your weather forecast for May 27 at 5 p.m.

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Should Restaurants Reopen Their Dining RoomsMany restaurants are once again reopening for table service, but coronavirus has fundamentally changed the calculus of eating out.

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Virtual Babysitters Help Keep Kids Entertained While Parents Are Working From HomeThe combination can make the daily routine rough, so virtual babysitting service are lightening the load; Naomi Ruchim reports for CBS2.

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US Coronavirus Deaths: New York City Is No Longer The EpicenterAs the US surpasses 100,000 COVID-19 deaths, these charts show how the NYC metro area has changed its trajectory.

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Police Search For Suspects Behind Queens Burglary Spree

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Remembering Levester Thompson Jr. And Charles BirchWe continue our series honoring the lives of those who have died from the coronavirus.

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MTA Says Ridership Ticking Up, LIRR President: 'Solid Plan In Place' To Combat CoronavirusThe MTA says ridership is up this month over last. In April it was 9% of what it would normally see and the uptick this month is to 11.5%.

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CDC: Antibody Tests Might Be Wrong Up To 50% Of The TimeNew guidance from the CDC raises questions about the accuracy of antibody tests for COVID-19.

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Max Minute: How Can You Prevent Skin Irritation From Wearing A Face Mask?While health experts say wearing a mask is a necessity to protect against COVID-19, it can take a toll on your skin; CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez has some ideas on what can help.

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Long Island Courthouses Opening Friday For Limited FunctionsLong Island's courthouses will be open on Friday for the first time since the shutdown, but for very limited functions.

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New York City hires more than 1,700 contact tracers to combat COVID-19The tracers are tasked with trying to find new virus cases and control the spread.

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Andy Byford, Ex-NYC Transit Chief, To Lead London TransportFormer Transit Authority President Andy Byford has a new job - running London's transport system.

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MTA Expects Ridership To Rise As NYC Starts ReopeningNew York City is close to meeting all seven benchmarks to begin Phase 1 of reopening the economy.

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Steve Hann, Sidewalk Bookseller With a Brainy Following, Dies at 67Mr. Hann, who tested positive for the novel coronavirus, drew customers from Columbia University and a NASA office to his folding tables covered with used books.

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LGBTQ Icon Larry Kramer Dies At Age 84Larry Kramer, an icon in the LGBTQ community, has died at the age of 84; CBS2's Lisa Rozner looks back on his remarkable life.

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Siena Poll Shows New Yorkers Are Worried About ReopeningAs more communities take steps toward reopening, a new survey shows many New Yorkers are worried about precautions.

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Gov. Cuomo Meets With President Trump To Discuss Infrastructure Projects, More AidAndrew Cuomo went to Washington with a double-barreled agenda. He wants President Donald Trump to approve billions of dollars in infrastructure projects to jump start the economy.

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Mayor Jacob Frey Calls For Hennepin Co. Attorney To Charge Arresting Officer In George Floyd's DeathMinneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey has called on Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman to press charges against the arresting officer for George Floyd's Monday night death.

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New York Knicks hire three executives, give GM Scott Perry one-year extensionMay 27 - The New York Knicks added three executives and extended the contract of general manager Scott Perry as the organization continues to build around new team president Leon Rose.

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Is Reopening A Restaurant Worth It?Many restaurants are once again reopening for table service, but coronavirus has fundamentally changed the calculus of eating out.

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West Side Rag » More Than 700 Social Distancing Complaints Made on the Upper West Side, But No Summonses or ArrestsNot everyone is following social distancing and mask-wearing rules, and that's clearly upset a lot of other people who are being more careful.

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Briefing 5/27: Funeral Homes Facing Lawsuits, NYC To Expand Free Hotel Access and MoreIt's Wednesday! The weather is beautiful outside. Remember to wear a face covering and stand six feet apart when you go outside.

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Butter and Scotch is Back, But Different for NowWhen the COVID-19 pandemic first began hitting New York City, Keavy Landreth decided to close her bakery bar Butter and Scotch, both for the safety of her staff and her patrons.

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Decision on New York school reopenings won't be made until July at the earliest, Cuomo saysEven if a district's plans are approved, that doesn't necessarily mean buildings will be allowed to reopen, Cuomo said.

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"Wherever you go, I will go"As we celebrate the pilgrimage festival of Shavuot this week, one of our traditions is to engage in the reading of The Book of Ruth.

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Eps. 14 We Are In This TogetherWe are in this together is a non-scripted, live, non-profit, broadcast by Dearborn Blog, hosted by Wissam Charafeddine, to have conversations, that become oral history records, of our lives during the COVID19 pandemic also known as coronavirus Pandemic.

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Wedding Videography Company Denies Man Refund After Fiancee Dies In Crash: 'Life's A B***h, Justin'A wedding photography company is denying a refund to a man who lost his fiancee in a car crash before their wedding.

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New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Meets With Donald Trump, Rips Mitch McConnell And Congress On 'Blue State Bailout' ClaimsNew York Governor Andrew Cuomo went to Washington D.C. on Wednesday to meet with President Donald Trump and congressional leaders.

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Fire through dry grass; Governor Cuomo's directive sent 4,500 coronavirus patients to nursing homesAP More than 4,500 recovering coronavirus patients were sent to New York's already vulnerable nursing homes under a controversial s...

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MGM Grand, Bellagio, and New York-New York reopen on the Las Vegas Strip on June 4Only a handful of restaurants and bars reopen at the casinos.

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One Small Business Owner Gets Loan After a Confusing Struggle; Program's Expansion May HelpMany local business owners are struggling financially after being forced to close in March due to Covid-19.

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New York City is '$9 Billion in the Hole,' Mayor SaysMay 27, 2020 By Allie Griffin New York City faces a whopping $9 billion deficit due to the economic fallout of the coronavirus, Mayor Bill de Blasio.

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Larry Kramer, Playwright And AIDS Activist, Dies At 84Larry Kramer, the playwright whose angry voice and pen raised theatergoers' consciousness about AIDS and roused thousands to militant protests in the early years of the epidemic, has died at 84.

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West Side Rag » Is It Time to Move Restaurants Outside? Wednesday Meeting Will Consider OptionsCovid-19 can spread quickly in crowded indoor spaces, making it difficult for restaurants to create safe spaces for nervous customers.

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Sydney Mines native optimistic dog business in New York City can return to normal post-pandemicBrian Burton didn't realize how serious COVID-19 was until he was sitting in the stands at a New York Yankees spring training baseball game in Florida in mid-March.

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Cuomo accuses The Post of 'politicizing' nursing home deathsCuomo has been under bipartisan fire for his Health Department's March 25 mandate prohibiting nursing homes from turning away those who have tested positive for the bug.

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Pelosi opts to vote on FISA reauthorization despite GOP pleas to holdSpeaking to reporters on Capitol Hill Wednesday, Pelosi said of the FISA legislation, "We'll act upon it today one way or another."

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Britain proposes November 2021 date for delayed U.N. climate summitBritain has proposed hosting in November 2021 a United Nations' climate summit that was postponed from this November due to the coronavirus pandemic, a letter from the Cabinet Office seen by Reuters shows.

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Mike Pompeo says Hong Kong is no longer autonomous from ChinaSecretary of State Mike Pompeo on Wednesday declared Hong Kong no longer autonomous from China, as intense clashes break out between police and pro-democracy protesters.

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Another Man Shot and Killed In BrooklynA 34-year-old man was shot and killed in an apartment building yesterday afternoon.

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NASA astronauts strap in for historic SpaceX rocket launchNASA astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken were being strapped in for a historic SpaceX rocket launch Wednesday at the Kennedy Space Center.

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New York coronavirus reopening: When will regions start phase 2? What you need to knowNew York is set to further ease coronavirus restrictions across much of the state as soon as later this week, allowing retail establishments to open their doors to customers for the first time since mid-March.

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Donald Trump: All Talk, No VotesSince he registered to vote in 1969, Trump has had more than 40 separate opportunities to vote on Election Day.

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Video shows man asking black entrepreneurs if they are building tenantsA white man has been captured on viral video questioning a group of black entrepreneurs in a Minneapolis gym about whether they are tenants in the building - and then threatening to call 911 to report them.

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North Miznon Offering Friday Dinners for 4North Miznon on 72nd St. just launched their newest offering, Friday dinners for 4. With these packages, you choose your main and they include salatim + pitas, vegetable sides and dessert.

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New Zealand now has zero coronavirus hospitalizationsNew Zealand, which has been praised for its coronavirus response, closed its borders on March 19 and implemented a stay-at-home order the same week.

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French Woods Festival For The Performing Arts Joins FW Sports and Arts Camp in Summer 2020 ClosureMay 27, 2020Dear I, and so many of you, have been afraid of, is here.

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Online Dating to Hot Pot Meet. This is How I Met My LoveToday, more than 30 million Americans access online dating services. It's the new norm. Yes, I, too, dated online when I was single.

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'Rob Gronkowski and Venus Williams Were Game For Everything': Ian Karmel On CBS's 'Game On' and 'The Late Late Show With James Corden'The comedian and writer discusses CBS's new game show and what it's been like working with James Corden on his late night show.

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Report: Knicks Coaching Search To Include Tom Thibodeau, Kenny AtkinsonThe former Bulls and Timberwolves coach leads a list of candidates for the open position.

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Wilbur Ross: SpaceX launch makes space 'new war-fighting domain'Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said Wednesday afternoon's launch of SpaceX has huge financial and military implications for the US, including making space the "new war-fighting domain."

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Twitter fact-checker has history of politically charged posts"I think if you run a company like Twitter you'd probably first look at what that individual would put out on Twitter themselves," McCarthy told reporters outside the Capitol in reference to Twitter's "Head of Site Integrity" Yoel Roth.

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Meet iMakr, the Brooklyn 3D-printer that's made 5,000 face shields for NYC's healthcare workersFrom their Industry City location, 3D printing company iMakr has printed and distributed more than 5,000 face shields to more than 20 local hospitals.

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Steve Bannon wins case to set up political academy in ItalySteve Bannon, the former adviser to US President Donald Trump, has won the latest phase of a legal battle with Italy's culture ministry to set up a right-wing Catholic political academy.

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With Long Island and Hudson Valley cleared to reopen, MTA boosts train serviceMTA will increase capacity by 26 percent on Metro-North with 18 additional trains during peak service, as well as add 105 Long Island Railroad cars to meet restored demand for service.

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Gov. Murphy To All New Jerseyans: Get Out And Get Tested, Because More Data Will Hasten Economic RestartThe word of the day during Gov. Phil Murphy's coronavirus media briefing on Wednesday was "testing."

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Video does not appear to show George Floyd resisting arrestSurveillance video does not appear to show George Floyd, who died after being pinned down by Minneapolis cops, resisting arrest in the moments before the deadly encounter.

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NYC Bakeries Selling Sourdough Starter Right NowIf you're still looking to hop on the sourdough train, here are a few places to get started.

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Massive School of Fish Spotted in Newtown CreekA massive school of fish was spotted in Greenpoint's most famous Superfund site on Wednesday morning.

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Police: Hammer-Wielding Woman Arrested After Out-Of-Town Visitors Targeted In Alleged Racist RantA couple visiting Houston over the Memorial Day holiday say they were victims of a racially-motivated public tirade by a woman carrying a hammer.

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New York City is working on how to reopen bars and restaurants, Mayor de Blasio saysNew York City is in the process of figuring out when and how to reopen restaurants and bars safely with public health measures, Mayor Bill de Blasio said Wednesday.

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A Visit To The Deansboro, Oneida Co, CCC CampDuring the Great Depression of the 1930's the federal government started numerous programs to put people to work.

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71 House Democrats will vote via proxy for first time"For more than 231 years, never have we seen a proxy vote on the floor of the House," House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy told reporters Wednesday morning.

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Judge Who Asked Woman if She Closed Her Legs to Prevent Assault Is Removed"No witness, alleged victim or litigant should be treated that way in a court of law," a justice in New Jersey Supreme Court wrote in the unanimous decision.

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New York Starts Mapping Out the Road Back From Coronavirus-and It's LongCity's strength—its unique ability to congregate masses of people on trading floors and in restaurants, hotels, stadiums, dance theaters and subway cars—is now its greatest liability.

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Body of 5-year-old boy who disappeared found in Ohio lakeThe body of a 5-year-old boy who disappeared from an Ohio campground on Memorial Day has been found, authorities said.

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Lion's Mane Jellyfish 'Bigger Than All Three Of Our Kids' Washes Up On Maine BeachWhen word got around on Peaks Island, Maine, over the weekend that a big purple jelly fish had washed up at Centennial Beach, the Ivers family had to check it out.

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The cost of living next to a construction projectWhat's worse: living next to construction equipment and an open pit for years, or putting up with the noise of construction while you are trapped at home?

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Report: MLB Owners, Players Association Discussing Proposed 'Sliding Scale Of Compensation'The owners sent their first proposed salary scale to the MLBPA on Tuesday. The union was reportedly "very disappointed".

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Overnight Repaving of Greenpoint Avenue Scheduled for Wednesday NightThe Department of Transportation is scheduled to repave Greenpoint Avenue from West Street to Eckford Street starting Wednesday at 6 p.m.

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Biden: Basement lockdown is 'working pretty well' for campaignPresumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden clapped back at President Trump and his GOP allies following weeks of being mocked for observing social distancing guidelines and remaining on lockdown in his Delaware home.

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Astoria Restaurant Offering Drag Queen Performance With Food DeliveriesFresco's Cantina, a Mexican fusion restaurant located at 12-14 31st Ave., has hired drag queens to deliver food and drinks to its customers.

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Why Amy Cooper's Name Matters More Than Christian Cooper'sImage courtesy of Twitter Because America needs to know what criminal behavior looks like, and who is perpetrating the violence.

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Swiss companies must help pay rent for employees working from homeThe court made the ruling in a case brought by an employee of an accounting firm, who claimed his company was responsible for part of his rent while he was forced to work from home, Swissinfo reported, citing the German language Tages-Anzeiger newspaper.

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NYC immigrants fear losing their homes during the coronavirus pandemicImmigrants live in some of NYC's worst-hit neighborhoods. Now they're struggling to pay rent.

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YouTube removing phrases critical of Chinese Communist PartyYouTube has been automatically deleting certain Chinese-language phrases critical of China's ruling Communist Party for months, according to a report.

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Moderna coronavirus vaccine tester fainted, had high feverA volunteer in a key coronavirus vaccine trial has revealed that it left him the sickest he has ever been in his life - but still "cautiously optimistic" about the drug's potential.

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Former NYC Transit Boss Andy Byford Named London's Transport CommissionerByford served as president of New York City's Transit Authority for two years before stepping down over clashes with Gov.

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Walter Raleigh, An Architect of EmpireWhat do we know about how and why England came to establish its first permanent colony at Jamestown?

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Keegan-Michael Key On His New Game Show 'Game On! ': 'It's Really For Everyone, If You're 8 Or 88 You Should Be Able To Enjoy This''Game On! ' comes to CBS Wednesday at 8PM ET/PT starring Keegan-Michael Key, Rob Gronkowski and Venus Williams.

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Wednesday morning's foggy flashbackEV Grieve is the leading news, entertainment and lifestyle blog about the East Village of New York City.

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2020 conventions may happen if coronavirus cases 'very low': FauciDr. Anthony Fauci, an infectious disease expert on the White House coronavirus task force, said the Republican and Democratic nominating conventions could go on as planned this August if there's a dramatic downturn in the number of cases.

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Goldman is bringing traders back to offices in New York and London in the 'next several weeks'Goldman, a top player in global trading and capital markets businesses, sent employees home in March as lockdowns began in the U.S. Now, some of the 98% of bank employees working from home will begin to return to the bank's offices in Manhattan, New Jersey and Connecticut.

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N.Y. nurse reunites with firefighter who saved her life 36 years agoA New York nurse working on the front lines of the novel coronavirus pandemic got her own miracle recently - a reunion with the firefighter who saved her life 36 years ago.

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Coronavirus in NYC: Mayor Doubles Down on Policing De Facto Outdoor BarsNeither state-level nor city-level offices have yet to release official guidelines for restaurant and bar owners on how they should plan for reopening - even as the majority of New York has already started opening back up and owners and other city officials await a clear, forward-looking plan as more customers crowd streets in warm weather.

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Senior Residents at Belleclaire Hotel Grow Concerned As Homeless Move InSeveral senior residents at Belleclaire Hotel recently spoke to reporters to voice their concerns over the homeless people who recently moved in.

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LeBron James voices outrage over George Floyd's deathLeBron James, Odell Beckham, DeMarcus Lawrence and Jaylen Brown were among the athletes outraged over George Floyd's death by a Minnesota cop.

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Iranian girl, 13, beheaded by father in 'honor killing'Romina Ashrafi was killed Thursday by her father, Reza Ashrafi, as punishment for running away with a 34-year-old man from her hometown of Talesh.

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New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo meets with Trump at the White HouseAndrew Cuomo met with President Donald Trump at the White House to discuss infrastructure projects as well as the economic and medical impact of the coronavirus.

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Alabama man busted for murder of wife, sister-in-law and her boyfriendAn Alabama man accused of murdering his wife, sister-in-law and her boyfriend was busted by federal marshals this week following a manhunt, cops said.

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New York Times: Texas metro leads US in COVID-19 case growthOne Texas metro area has one of the highest daily growth rates of positive COVID-19 cases in the country, a New York Times analysis finds.

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'I Feel Physically Like The Best I've Ever Felt,' Says WWE NXT's Tommaso CiampaTommaso Ciampo's new feud with Karrion Kross will let him press reset and freshen up his character after a memorable run against Johnny Gargano.

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NYC Human Rights Commission Opens Investigation Into Viral Central Park ConfrontationThe NYC Commission on Human Rights opened an investigation into an incident in Central Park in which a white woman called 911 claiming an African-American man was threatening her after he asked her to leash her dog.

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Tulsi Gabbard drops defamation suit against Hillary ClintonFormer presidential contender Tulsi Gabbard dropped her defamation lawsuit against Hillary Clinton Wednesday, saying the COVID-19 pandemic and 2020 presidential election are more important than her legal claims.

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France, Italy, Belgium act to stop use of hydroxychloroquineFrance, Italy and Belgium acted to halt the use of hydroxychloroquine to treat patients suffering from COVID-19, the illness caused by the new coronavirus, amid questions about the safety of the generic anti-malaria drug.

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Georgia DA hopeful wanted by cops for campaign rap videoA Georgia district attorney candidate is wanted by cops for his role in a campaign rap video featuring a car cutting doughnuts in a parking lot - charges his attorney ripped as a ploy to penalize his client for trying to motivate young voters.

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Larry Kramer, Playwright and Outspoken AIDS Activist, Dies at 84He worked hard to shock the country into dealing with AIDS as a public-health emergency.

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West Side Rag » Deer Reported Running Through Riverside Park Before Being Hit on the HighwayWest Side Rag reader Jeff Cohen was walking his dog in Riverside Park before 8 a.m.

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New York Public Library considering curbside pickup servicePhoto by Clay Banks on Unsplash The New York Public Library is reviewing plans for curbside pickup service as the organization prepares to reopen after the coronavirus pandemic.

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Video shows Russian jets making 'unsafe' intercept of US planeFootage shows the Russian jets flying close to the wings of the twin-engine Boeing, a modified 737, on Tuesday.

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Hong Kong police arrest 300 as thousands protest over security lawsPolice in Hong Kong fired pepper pellets and made 300 arrests as thousands of people took to the streets on Wednesday to voice anger over national security legislation proposed by China, that has raised international alarm over freedoms in the city.

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Varney: Coronavirus will forever change New York CityFOX Business' Stuart Varney during his latest "My Take" argues New York City will not be the same following the coronavirus.

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'Test, Trace And Take Care:' Mayor Aims To Make It Easier For People To Isolate At Home Or HotelsMayor Bill de Blasio wants New Yorkers to know the city is here to help them isolate either at home or in a hotel.

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