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17-Year-Old Shot Dead During Robbery In BrooklynPolice say the suspect tried to rob two teen boys, shooting them both in the process.

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New York Weather: CBS2 10/28 Evening Forecast at 6PMCBS2's Lonnie Quinn has your weather forecast for October 28 at 6 p.m.

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Hell's Kitchen Residents Call On City To Do More About Homeless EncampmentsHomeless encampments have become a growing problem in Manhattan. Residents in Hell's Kitchen say they have reported criminal acts they've seen on the streets, but nothing's being done; CBS2's Dave Carlin reports.

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Only On CBS2: Hell's Kitchen Residents Say Nothing Is Being Done About Homeless Encampments Despite Complaints Of Fighting, Drug UseThe city's health department is primarily responsible for getting help for the people who live on the sidewalks, but workers tell CBS2 it's too dangerous and challenging a job to do alone.

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Suffolk County Officials Cite Multiple Potential Superspreader Events In CrackdownSuffolk County is coming down hard on businesses and homeowners who violate social gathering limits during the pandemic; CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.

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Suffolk County Cracking Down On Businesses, Homeowners Violating Social Gathering LimitsA wedding and a teen house party with hundreds of guests were among the events cited Wednesday as potential superspreaders, CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.

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Mayor Bill De Blasio Calling On Board Of Elections To Take Action After Five Days Of Long Voting LinAs voters continued to stand in line for hours on the fifth day of early voting, Mayor Bill de Blasio called on the Board of Elections to take action; CBS2's Jenna DeAngelis reports.

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New Jersey Senior Sanctuary For Dogs In Need Of HelpA special retirement home in Monmouth County is a place where dogs thrive in their golden years, but it's been hit hard by the pandemic and needs help; CBS2's Meg Baker reports.

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Some Countries Cutting Quarantine Length In Effort To Increase ComplianceSome countries are cutting the length of time people are supposed to quarantine after exposure to the coronavirus, but the approach is controversial; CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.

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Max Minute: Doctors Worry COVID-Infected People Will Slip Through Cracks As Countries Shorten Quarantine LengthsThe theory is that more people will comply if the quarantine is just a week.

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Clarkstown Voters To Decide Whether Palisades Mall Can Rent Out Unused Attic SpaceThe mall believes unfinished, high-ceiling space would appeal to a variety of possible tenants not interested in retro-fitting a former anchor store.

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Referendum Lets Voters Decide If Palisades Center Mall Can Rent Attic SpaceVoters in one suburb are deciding an unusual referendum this election cycle. They're voting on whether to allow a mall to rent out unused space in its attic; CBS2's Tony Aiello reports.

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NYCHA Residents Without Gas, Electricity As Nights Get ColderHundreds of residents in New York City public housing are pleading for help as they are living without gas or electricity; CBS2's Hazel Sanchez reports.

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Hundreds Of Families In NYCHA Buildings Without Heat, Gas As Temperatures Start To DropTenant Association President Cynthia Tibbs says the same stretch of housing also went without gas for an entire year, starting on Thanksgiving Day in 2018.

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NYC Health And Hospitals Preparing For Possible Second Wave Of COVID-19 HospitalizationsAs for ventilators and PPE, the Health and Hospitals system says it has more than a three months' supply based on what was needed during the height of the pandemic.

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2 Teens Shot, One Fatally, During Robbery In BrooklynAn attempted robbery has taken the life of a teenager in Brooklyn. Police say the suspect tried to rob two teen boys, shooting them both in the process.

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NYC Health + Hospitals Gearing Up For Possible Second Wave Of Coronavirus PatientsAs COVID cases increase across New York City, Health and Hospitals is preparing for a possible second wave.

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Gov. Andrew Cuomo Unveils Legislation To Hold Utility Companies Accountable To Provide Reliable ServThe governor says it is in response to widespread failures to prepare and respond to frequent and extreme weather events, like Tropical Storm Isaias.

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Free COVID Tests Now Available At LaGuardia AirportThere are still no federal regulations for COVID health screenings at U.S. airports. Bur Wednesday night, LaGuardia Airport is the latest to offer on-site COVID-19 tests to passengers.

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Final Blitz On In Race For The White HousePresident Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden are on the attack. CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.

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LaGuardia Airport Now Offering Free COVID-19 Tests To PassengersThe state is partnering with NYC Health and Hospitals to offer the free COVID tests.

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U.S. Department Of Justice Opens Investigation Into New Jersey's State-Run Veterans HomesWednesday, it sent a letter to Gov. Phil Murphy saying the state is now under investigation.

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Malcolm X vs. Bayard Rustin: Black on BlackList the sins of the white man toward the black man in America. He does it well""

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Grab Your Golden Ticket Today To Visit 'The Talk-olate Factory' This Friday On CBSAll golden tickets lead to The Talk as the Emmy-winning daytime talk show celebrates Halloween with a “Willy Wonka”-themed episode, Friday, October, 30th from 2:00-3:00 PM, ET; 1:00-2:00 PM, PT, only on CBS. Join hosts Veruca Salt , Violet Beauregarde , Mike Teavee and Willy Wonka , for a tour inside “The Talk-olate...

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Paterson, N.J. Limiting Restaurant And Bar HoursPaterson's Mayor Andre Sayegh says he's issuing an executive order ordering dining and nightlife establishment to close daily at midnight.

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NYC Businesses To Use Sidewalks, Curbs As Part Of New 'Open Storefronts' ProgramMayor Bill de Blasio wants to do for small businesses what he did for restaurants: Open up the streets and allow them to sell their wares there.

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Marty's Place In Allentown, N.J. Offers A Haven For Elder Dogs; 'They Come Here And They Thrive'Many of the elder dogs came to Marty's Place because their owners are transitioning to a long-term care facility, experiencing financial hardship, have passed away, or for other reasons can't take care of them.

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Hurricane Zeta makes landfall in Louisiana as a Category 2 stormHurricane Zeta strengthened into a Category 2 storm and made landfall along the coast of southeastern Louisiana Wednesday afternoon, the National Hurricane Center said.

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Ex-DEA spokesman gets 7 years in prison for posing as CIA agentA former spokesman for the Drug Enforcement Administration was sentenced to 7 years in prison Wednesday for posing as a CIA agent on a deep-cover mission in order to bilk at least a dozen businesses out of more than $4 million.

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Colorado firefighters leave note on home amid East Troublesome blazeA Colorado man who found his family's cabin still standing after a wildfire burned dangerously close discovered a touching note left behind by the firefighters who battled the blaze.

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2020 Election Live Updates: Latest news and pollsThe Supreme Court declined to expedite a ruling on a Pennsylvania court ruling extending the deadline for absentee ballots.

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Number of NYC residents getting flu shots skyrockets amid pandemicThe number of New York City adults and kids getting flu shots has skyrocketed this year amid the coronavirus pandemic, according to new data released Wednesday.

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Luxury Manhattan buildings hire guards for possible Election Day unrestNew York's ultra rich are quietly preparing for civil unrest on Election Day - by hiring armed guards to stand watch over their luxury Manhattan buildings.

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Family found living in apartment with mom's decomposing bodyLaronda Jolly's significantly decayed remains were found in a bed with clothes piled on top of her in a Nashville apartment, where she had lived with her four adult children, news station WTKR reported.

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Author Rebecca Roanhorse On Book 'Black Sun': 'Sometimes People Have Trouble Imagining Indigenous People in The Future'The indigenous author discusses her new book "Black Sun" and why people have trouble imagining indigenous people in the future.

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Who is Miles Taylor, author of the 'Anonymous' op-ed on Trump?Between 2017 and his resignation in April 2019, Taylor, 33, worked in DHS, including as chief of staff for Kirstjen Nielsen, the former secretary of homeland security.

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NFL Week 8 AFC North Picks: 'When The Steelers Play The Ravens, Somebody Wins By Three Points,' Says SportsLine's Kenny WhiteThe Steelers, Ravens and Browns are all playing like playoff teams out of the AFC North.

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Puerto Rico scraps safe-sex campaign urging masturbation amid pandemicPuerto Rico's health department scrapped a safe sex campaign urging people to masturbate to avoid contracting the coronavirus — after conservative critics said the message rubbed them the wrong way.

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Officer Who Pressed a Knee Into Bystander's Neck Leaves N.Y.P.D.A police officer facing charges for his conduct during a social-distancing arrest has retired. The incident caused an uproar over racial disparities in such arrests.

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AOC blasts Trump on taxes: These motherf-kers are only paying $750 a yearOcasio-Cortez dropped the foul language while speaking with reporter Michelle Ruiz soon after the New York Times published a series of stories about Trump's recent tax returns.

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John Legend urges voters to drop off ballots if not mailed in yetSinger John Legend is advising voters who requested mail-in or absentee ballots and have not sent them in to drop them off in person, warning it was too late to mail them.

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Smashed Windows, Graffiti After Protest Offshoot in BrooklynIn a continuation of the months-long protests against racial violence, last night nearly 200 people marched up Atlantic Avenue seemingly in response to the fatal shooting of Walter Wallace Jr., a black man, on Monday in West Philadelphia.Â.

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Trump offers to send National Guard to PhiladelphiaThe Pennsylvania city has been rocked by looting and mass protests after cops shot and killed 27-year-old Walter Wallace Jr. whose family said was experiencing "mental health problems."

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New white paint can reflect 95.5% of sunlight, may combat global warmingEngineers at Purdue University in Indiana developed an ultra-white paint they say reflects 95.5 percent of sunlight to keep surfaces up to 18 degrees Fahrenheit cooler than their surroundings.

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Private eye busted in Chinese government plot is an ex-NYPD sergeantMichael McMahon, 53, is accused of participating in a multi-year scheme to "threaten, harass, surveil and intimidate" a former Chinese government official living in New Jersey into returning to China.

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Germany imposes month-long lockdown after COVID-19 spikeGermany will be plunged back into lockdown with restaurants, bars and theaters closed for a month to stop the rapid spread of COVID-19, officials announced Wednesday.

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Hillary Clinton to be member of New York's Electoral CollegeThe former New York senator won the popular vote but lost the Electoral College to Trump in 2016, and supports abolishing the institution.

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Fareed Zakaria: 'My Fear Is COVID-19 Will Be The Dress Rehearsal And We Will Have Another Crisis Too Big To Handle'The author and CNN hosts discusses his new Simon and Schuster audiobook and explains why he believes President Donald Trump will lose the 2020 presidential election.

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How Banning WeChat Could Harm New York City's Chinese RestaurantsThis week,.

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Philly police union: Cops had 'no choice' in shooting Walter WallaceThe head of Philadelphia's police union said Wednesday that cops had "no choice" but to shoot the knife-wielding black man whose death by police has sparked widespread unrest in the Pennsylvania city.

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Anonymous is former DHS official Miles TaylorFormer Department of Homeland Security official Miles Taylor on Wednesday revealed himself as "Anonymous," the author of an op-ed vowing resistance to President Trump.

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12-year-old Ukrainian tourist loses arm in rare shark attack in EgyptAA 12-year-old tourist from Ukraine lost an arm and his guide a leg in a rare shark attack in Egypt, officials said.

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Murder hornets, COVID and CHOP: Inside Washington state's miserable 2020Along with enduring the first US coronavirus case, the Evergreen State was hit by a quadruple-whammy of violence and natural disasters this year— including historic wildfires, murder hornets, the chaotic Capitol Hill Occupation Protest zone and record-high shooting deaths.

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Pols Denounce Anti-Semitism After Hateful Incident In GravesendElected officials and neighbors gathered outside the popular Very Juice cafe to denounce anti-Semitism after someone wrote a hateful message at the storefront yesterday.

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AOC talks Pelosi feud and political ambitions in Vanity FairRep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez got candid about her life and future ambitions, as she finishes her first term in Congress.

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In the Met Costume Institute's New Show, Memory Maps Fashion's FutureIn celebrating the Met's 150th anniversary, Andrew Bolton of the museum's Costume Institute could not have designed a better show for this strange, complicated moment.

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2 Art Gallery Shows to See Right NowRobert Kobayashi's not-to-be-missed show at Susan Inglett; and Toyin Ojih Odutola's enigmatic, affecting drawings at Jack Shainman.

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Joe Biden avoids questions on Hunter amid low-key campaignThe former veep delivered remarks on the coronavirus pandemic in Wilmington after being briefed by a panel of doctors and in characteristic style, did not take any questions from reporters before he walked off stage.

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QAnon YouTubers sue platform after their channels were removedThe plaintiffs — composed of 15 people who promote the fringe-right movement online — are asking a judge to issue a temporary restraining order for their accounts to be reactivated, according to a report by Insider.

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Report From Prague: Viewing a Disaster"The Russians had done more than in­vade Czechoslovakia — they had sent their damn tanks crashing into our skulls, they had invaded the hopes of socialists all over the world."

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Turkey president rips Charlie Hebdo mag for 'disgusting' cartoonControversial French magazine Charlie Hebdo further enflamed Turkey on Wednesday with a cover mocking President Recep Tayyip Erdogan — which the leader called "disgusting" work by "scoundrels."

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Philadelphia announces citywide curfew amid Wallace protestsThe decision was announced in a message to city businesses from the Philadelphia managing director's office, the Philadelphia Inquirer said on Twitter.

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Hillary Clinton says she is an Electoral College elector in New YorkWashington Hillary Clinton said Tuesday she is one of the 538 electors in the Electoral College.

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Vermont woman reunitedA with family 44 years after going missing in South KoreaA Vermont woman adopted from South Korea has been reunited with her birth family after she vanished as a young child more than four decades ago.

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Cuomo discourages Thanksgiving gatherings to contain COVID-19Gov. Andrew Cuomo is discouraging New Yorkers from holding family gatherings on Thanksgiving to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

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Some COVID-19 antibodies attack the body, not the virus: studyResearchers at Atlanta's Emory University examined 52 patients who either had severe or critical bouts of COVID-19 and found their immune system's reaction mirrors diseases like lupus and rheumatoid arthritis.

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The balanceYou have to understand something about New York. Its a city where absolutely everyone is looking for any and every break they can get.

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Age, better treatments may be cause of COVID-19 death rate dropCases of COVID-19 may be on the upswing across much of the world, but fatality rates are dropping - and it could be due to the age of those infected and better treatments for the virus, researchers have found.

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Small Businesses Hopeful 'Open Storefronts' Will Help Keep Holiday Shopping Local"Finally, an open market to go along with the City's open restaurants. NYC is coming back."

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New Yorkers Flock to Early Voting Stations in DrovesNot known for sitting back, New Yorkers turned out in record numbers to vote this past weekend.

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K.G.B. Museum Closes; Lipstick Gun and Other Spy Relics Go on SaleA Lithuanian collector is shutting his espionage museum in Manhattan after less than two years, citing the pandemic.

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Army Proposal For Air, Ground Training On Forest Preserve ProblematicPeter Bauer argues that proposed activities by the 10th Mountain Division in the Adirondack Park are incompatible with the Forest Preserve.

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Security guard ignored Ariana Grande concert bomber in fear hed be called a racistKyle Lawler, then 18 and paid just $5.50 an hour, had been alerted to a suspicious-looking Salman Abedi sitting near an exit to the Manchester Arena with a big bag and dressed in heavy clothing.

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New York Giants vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: How to Watch, Listen and Live Stream Monday Night FootballHow to watch, listen, and live stream New York Giants vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers on November 2, 2020.

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Twitter CEO: 'Anyone can tweet' Post articles after censorshipTwitter CEO Jack Dorsey on Wednesday falsely told senators that his company lifted a ban on users tweeting The Post's articles relating to the Biden exposé, despite the fact that a ban remains on sharing one of The Post's bombshell stories.

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Forensic genealogy leads to arrest in 1969 murder, rape of dancerDNA evidence and forensic genealogy led to the arrest of a Pennsylvania man, 75, in the 1969 rape and murder of a San Diego go-go dancer, police say.

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10024 Really Likes BidenA recent NY Times study revealed that Upper West Side zip code 10024 has contributed more than $8 million to Joe Biden's campaign since April.

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New York Weather: Partial ClearingCBS2's John Elliott has the latest weather forecast.

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Biden campaign launches push for Texas in last week of 2020 raceJoe Biden's campaign will mount a last-ditch stand in Texas on Friday after the previously deep red state was declared a "toss up" by analysts at the Cook Political Report.

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Trader Joe's Opening 59th Street Queensboro Bridge Store At End Of 2021 Only 1 Block From Roosevelt Island Tram Says NYC Council Member Ben KallosRoosevelt Island residents have been asking when the new Trader Joe's planned for the Bridgemarket space underneath the Queensboro Bridge o...

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Judge Rules Brooklyn Democratic Party Violated The Law By Canceling County Committee MeetingBrooklyn Democratic Party's Executive Committee voted to indefinitely delay its own County Committee meeting and explicitly prohibited meetings via teleconference or video teleconference.

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ChefsForThePolls Brings Food To Patient Voters Stuck For Hours Waiting On Long LinesServing up hope and good eats at the polls, a new initiative by World Central Kitchen harnesses the power of food to make casting your ballot more enjoyable.

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Trump rails against Twitter as CEO defends Post censorshipPresident Trump took to Twitter Wednesday to slam the social media platform, as it's CEO - along with the heads of Google and Facebook - faces a drubbing from a Senate panel primarily addressing the censorship of The Post's Biden exposé.

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7-year-old girl, driver killed in Tennessee school bus crashA school bus driver involved in a head-on crash in Tennessee was killed alongside a 7-year-old girl on board, authorities said.

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Former New York sales pro pens new book that's all about sellingIf you're in the business of selling in New York, this is one book you'll want to check out.

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Smash and smush your old pumpkins into compost at Hudson River ParkWhat better way to celebrate fall, relieve some 2020 related-stress, and benefit the environment than smashing old pumpkins into compost.

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Catholic Charities Hands Out Food At 'Halloween Harvest'Catholic Charities Brooklyn and Queens hosted a "Halloween Harvest" food pop-up in Bay Ridge, distributing fresh produce and groceries.

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Halloween Harvest Pop-Up Helps Hundreds Of Families In Need In BrooklynCatholic Charities Brooklyn and Queens hosted a Halloween harvest food pop-up at Our Lady of Angels in Bay Ridge.

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Local Restaurants Feed Voters Waiting In Long LinesLong lines and big appetites at the polls. A new initiative by the World Central Kitchen has the solution.

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Coronavirus Front And Center On Campaign TrailPresident Donald Trump and Joe Biden are making their final pitches as we enter the last six days of the 2020 presidential race.

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Food Waste App Too Good To Go Launches in NYC to Reduce Restaurant WasteThe Danish company is the latest to join the effort to reduce food waste at restaurants and cafes in the city.

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Komodo dragon photo sparks concerns about Indonesia's 'Jurassic Park'It's not exactly a T-Rex, but a photo of a Komodo dragon has raised concerns about a "Jurassic Park" under construction on an Indonesian island, according to a report.

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De Blasio Calls For Board Of Elections OverhaulAs people brace to wait on long early voting lines, Mayor Bill de Blasio is calling for an overhaul of the city's Board of Elections.

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Sister of hiker Holly Courtier critical of hoax suggestionsThe sister of missing hiker Holly Courtier has hit back at criticisms of her sibling's story about disappearing for 12 days in California's Zion National Park - saying suggestions that her survival tale was a hoax are "very blown out of proportion."

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Belarus leader seeks to punish striking workers, studentsBelarus President Alexander Lukashenko urged authorities Tuesday to take action against plant workers and students who participate in a strike called by the opposition as the authoritarian leader made another attempt to halt protests of his reelection.

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De Blasio Calls For Board Of Elections Overhaul After Waiting In Long Early Voting LineHe said the Board of Elections should be bipartisan and functional, and he wants a Constitutional amendment to fundamentally change it.

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Teen who shot viral George Floyd video to get human rights awardDarnella Frazier, 17, is this year's recipient of the Benenson Courage Award from PEN America, a leading literary and human rights organization, the Star-Tribune reported Wednesday.

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Fewer COVID-19 Cases Ending Up In Hospitals, Data ShowsThe number of COVID-19 cases in New York has been steadily climbing over the past months, but so far relatively few people have been ill enough to be hospitalized.

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Department Of Justice Launches Civil Rights Investigation Into New Jersey's State-Run Veterans HomesThe probe cites a lack of cooperation with an earlier investigation, as well as concerns over the quality of care at the facilities.

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First Responders Escort 6-Year-Old Girl Who Survived New Windsor School Bus Crash Home From HospitalShe suffered broken bones after police said a truck pulling a wood chipper crossed the double yellow line of Route 207 and collided with a Washingtonville Central School District bus.

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Sotheby's ‘Sealed Bid' sale offers $90 million Giacometti statueSotheby’s have secured a monumental sculpture by Swiss artist Alberto Giacometti for an unconventional “sealed bid” sale.

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Audra McDonald Will Headline New York City Center and apos;s 2020 GalaThe evening with the six-time Tony winner will be streamed live from the City Center stage.

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New York City Launches 'Open Storefronts' Program, Allowing Businesses To Use Sidewalks, Curb SpaceBusinesses will be able to use sidewalks in front of their storefronts or, in some cases, the curb lane of the street.

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Apartment lender finds itself ground zero for New York ‘fear trade'New York Community Bancorp, the city's largest apartment lender, reported an impressive 21% jump in earnings Wednesday as rent collections returned to pre-pandemic levels and loan deferrals dropped in half.

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Frieze New York Is Moving From Randall's Island to The Shed for a Pared-Down Fair in 2021The next edition of Frieze New York will be a significantly smaller affair.

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Heathrow boss hopeful of London-New York air bridge by ThanksgivingHeathrow has lost its position as Europe's busiest airport for the first time, after being overtaken by Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport.

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Feds charge 8 people with aiding China's 'Operation Fox Hunt'Federal authorities charged eight people Wednesday for taking part in a Chinese government program called "Operation Fox Hunt" — by scheming to force people who are living in the US to return to China.

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Elections in Early America: Native SovereigntyThis episode of Ben Franklin's World investigates how the sovereignty of native nations fits within the sovereignty of the United States and its democracy.

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Two Fatal Shootings Within Two Hours In BrooklynTwo people were shot and killed in two separate shooting incidents within two hours of each other last night, including a 16-year-old boy.

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Newark, New Jersey Enters New Shutdown This Week After Rising COVID-19 CasesRestaurants across the city must now close down indoor dining operations by 8 p.m. and outdoor dining by 11 p.m.

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'Play On: Celebrating The Power Of Music To Make Change' Coming To CBS On December 5thCBS has announced a new one-hour concert special, Play On: Celebrating The Power Of Music To Make Change, to be broadcast Saturday, December 5th from 9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT only on CBS and available to stream live on CBS All Access.

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Costco pulling products allegedly made with forced monkey laborThe alleged use of forced monkey labor has led Costco to stop selling Thai-made coconut products.

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Just in time for the holidays, NYC will let small businesses set up for outdoor shoppingThe program, which the city hopes will encourage local holiday shopping, will run from October 30 to December 31.

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Oregon official dresses as clown to announce COVID-19 death tollThis is no laughing matter. A senior Oregon health official is going viral for dressing up as a clown to announce the latest coronavirus death toll.

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Russia approves bill allowing national law to trump international treatiesRussia's parliament approved a bill on Wednesday that would give national legislation precedence over international treaties and rulings from international bodies in cases when they conflict with the constitution.

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Couple charged in 5-year-old daughter's death who weighed 7 poundsA Georgia couple is facing murder charges in the death of their malnourished 5-year-old daughter - who weighed just 7 pounds when they took her to a hospital, sheriff officials said.

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Ted Cruz rips Jack Dorsey over censorship of Post's bombshellSen. Ted Cruz teed off on Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey over the social media site's censorship of The Post's Hunter Biden reporting, in an extended diatribe during Wednesday's Big Tech hearing on Capitol Hill.

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Does Queen Out-Led Zep a€”A Or Out-Uriah Heep?Mercury plays a dumber version of Bowie's cul­tured stud, May a mutant Page with less control.

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Police chief killed by rooster while breaking up cockfightLt. Christian Bolok, the chief of the San Jose police force, bled to death Monday in Madugang village after the razor-sharp blade, called a gaff, sliced his femoral artery, Northern Samar provincial Gov.

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Review: Thai Diner Is Pure New York Comfort for Our Dumpster Fire of a YearCreative Thai-American fare and QR-code menus make this successor Uncle Boons a vital addition to the COVID-era dining scene.

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A trip through the Finger LakesThe Finger Lakes a group of eleven long, narrow, roughly north–south lakes in the Finger Lakes region in of New York.

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Greenpoint Holiday Lights Reach Fundraising Goal in Three DaysJust a few days after launching a GoFundMe to help fund the annual Greenpoint Holiday Lights, organizers Bess White and Nick Giannios exceeded their goal of $20,000.

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Michigan fan gets prison time for threatening shooting at gameDaniel Lee Rippy, a 29-year-old Michigan native, was sentenced Tuesday in federal court to one year and one day in prison for the Facebook threats pertaining to OSU players and then head coach, Urban Meyer during the Buckeyes' 2018 game against the Wolverines at Ohio Stadium, according to the US Attorney's Office for the Southern District of Ohio.

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A Conversation with Keesha CharlesKeesha Charles, born and bred in Brooklyn, New York, is turning 50. After studying arts administration, she currently works in freelance brand management in Queens where she and her husband live.

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RIP Kid LuckyEV Grieve is the leading news, entertainment and lifestyle blog about the East Village of New York City.

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Simple, Cheap, And Planned: Brooklyn Parks Become The Most Popular Wedding VenueFor 'corona brides,' the pandemic has given a collective excuse to relinquish wedding expectations altogether.

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Police Release Pictures Of Vehicle After Woman Attacked Walking On Trail In Port Jefferson StationThe victim, 54, was walking on Greenway Trail about a quarter of a mile from the entrance at 11:30 a.m.

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Zeta strengthens into hurricane on path to US with storm surgeThe newly strengthened Hurricane Zeta headed early Wednesday toward the Gulf Coast, where it is expected to bring dangerous winds and a life-threatening storm surge to Louisiana.

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2M for a West Village duplex with historic charm, modern updates, and a roof deckThis $1,995,000, two-bedroom co-op in the West Village has major historic bones, but it's also seen some clever, contemporary additions over the years that make it a comfortable family home.

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NYS Acquires 525 Acres at Clear Lake, Erie CountyThe New York State Department of Environmental Conservation has announced the recent acquisition of 525 acres in the town of North Collins, Erie County, to create the Clear Lake Wildlife Management Area.

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Mark Zuckerberg has technical difficulties at Big Tech hearingEven Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg isn't immune from technical difficulties, as his opening remarks at Wednesday's Big Tech hearings on Capitol Hill were briefly delayed due to struggles connecting.

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Uber Launches Grocery Delivery Service in ManhattanPlus, Welcome to Chinatown is back with another neighborhood food crawl — and more intel.

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Dodgers fans loot massive tractor-trailer after World Series winLos Angeles descended into chaos following the Dodgers' World Series win Tuesday night, as fans looted and vandalized shops - and an 18-wheeler filled with goods - in the city's downtown area.

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Federal judge orders USPS to lift limits on extra trips to increase election mail deliveriesA federal judge ruled Tuesday that the US Postal Service must rescind rules put in place by Postmaster General Louis DeJoy over the summer and carry out extra trips to ensure the delivery of election mail.

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'A Furious Sky': A new book tracks the horrors of American hurricanesThis week marks the eighth anniversary of Hurricane Sandy, the largest Atlantic hurricane on record, which wreaked havoc upon the Northeast United States, causing billions of dollars in damage.

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Salmon River Lower Fly-Fishing Area OpeningThe New York State Department of Environmental Conservation has announced that the Lower Fly-Fishing Section of the Salmon River will be open for catch-and-release fishing starting Saturday, October 31st, marking the success of actions taken by the Salmon River Flow Management Team to mitigate the impacts of low-water flows at the start of the...

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Amy Coney Barrett given Ruth Bader Ginsburg's former court chambersNewly sworn-in Justice Amy Coney Barrett will use the Supreme Court chambers formerly occupied by the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, according to reports.

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Utah restaurant bans customers from wearing masksThe owners of Yaks Cafe, a restaurant located in Blanding, Utah, are pushing back against state and local health recommendations by banning their customers from wearing masks used to curb the spread of the coronavirus.

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Upper West Side condo tower that replaced century-old synagogue reveals new looksWe're getting an updated preview of the 14-story mixed-use condo designed by ODA New York and a peek inside its 20 luxury residences.

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NASA finds rare metal asteroid worth $10,000 quadrillionA unique asteroid hurtling through space puts our global economy to shame - with an out-of-this-world estimated worth of $10,000 quadrillion, according to a report.

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Philadelphia man proposes during protest near line of copsA Philadelphia man shocked his girlfriend during ongoing protests over the deadly police shooting of Walter Wallace — getting down on one knee and proposing in front of a line of cops brandishing riot shields.

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Man allegedly handcuffs woman posting BLM stickers on Trump signsProsecutors authorized misdemeanor charges against Eddie Kabacinski, who is accused of running down and handcuffing a woman during a Trump rally in Eastpointe.

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Single Review: A†UR  LustralUR is a outfit from New Rochelle, New York and today I will be reviewing a track they sent to me, where they ‘honor the memory of NIRVANA/STP 90s grunge era style’....

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Why A Billionaire GOP Donor Is Donating Millions Of Dollars To New York State Senate RacesDemocrats control. both. houses of the New York state legislature and may be in line to pick up some more seats this election.

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Ceremonies Set to Mark Mt Beacon Military Airplane CrashesThe Town of Fishkill and the Friends of the Mt. Beacon Eight have announced a ceremony honoring the eight U.S. Navy servicemen who lost their lives in two separate plane crashes on Mount Beacon, in the Hudson Highlands, set for Saturday, November 7th, at Fishkill's Veterans Park on RT 52 starting at 10:30 am.

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12 Arrested In New Jersey Child Predator StingProsecutors say the 12 defendants used social media and chat apps to arrange for sex with underage girls and boys, but instead, they communicated with undercover officers.

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Watch live: Facebook, Twitter, Google CEOs testify before SenateTwitter's Jack Dorsey, Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg and Google's Sundar Pichai will testify remotely before the Senate Commerce Committee.

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H A R L E M + B E S P O K E: Dwell: 105 West 122nd Street BrownstoneHarlem Bespoke: The 19 foot wide, single-family house at 105 West 122nd Street now has one of the highest asking prices in the nei...

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H A R L E M + B E S P O K E: Art: Adebumni Gabadebo At Claire Oliver GalleryAdebumni Gabadebo: A Dilemma of Inheritance at Claire Oliver Gallery, 2288 Adam Clayton Powell Boulevard by 135th, closing No...

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Court Rules Government Must Prove Danger to Community When Detaining an Immigrant for Long TermCarlos Velasquez Lopez, of Westchester, was arrested by Immigration and Customs Enforcement in 2018 after he was charged with driving while intoxicated.

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Louisiana man killed 2, wounded siblings in gruesome machete attackOscar Urias, 23, is accused of killing his 31-year-old girlfriend, Elizabeth Tornabene, and her 15-year-old sister in a vicious onslaught that sheriff officials said started Sunday at a home in LaPlace.

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Walter Wallace had a long history of violent run-ins with copsWalter Wallace, the mentally ill Philadelphia man whose death sparked riots in cities across the US, had a history of violent run-ins with the law, and was a newlywed about to have a child.

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Raptors' Terence Davis arrested in New York City on assault chargesToronto Raptors guard Terence Davis was reportedly arrested on Tuesday night in New York City after allegedly assaulting a woman, according to the New York Post.

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The Best Vegan Dishes Available At NYC Restaurants Right NowDosas from Washington Square Park, the tofu fried tofu sandwich at Superiority Burger, and more.

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What is Section 230 and why was it created?Section 230 was designed to prevent internet companies from being treated as publishers and was done in part to allow the internet to flourish.

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South Africa may have achieved COVID-19 herd immunity: expertA top vaccine expert in South Africa believes the country may have achieved herd immunity against COVID-19 following a major outbreak there over the summer.

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What $750,000 Buys You in Ohio, New York and ArizonaA 1905 Georgian colonial-style house in Cleveland Heights, a restored midcentury-modern home in Tucson and a converted 19th-century gristmill in upstate New York.

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For $4.9M, own a private New York island with a 100-year-old Mediterranean-style mansionWhile this private island that's up for sale is just 45 minutes from NYC, it still manages to feel like a magical oasis removed from the rest of the world.

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Pressley to become first 'Squad' member to stump for BidenRep. Ayanna Pressley will become the first member of "The Squad" to campaign for Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, appearing in New Hampshire Thursday for the former vice president.

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H A R L E M + B E S P O K E: Construction: 512 West 143rd RisesHarlem Bespoke:. A dramatic new building is rising in Hamilton Heights at 513 West 153rd Street between Amsterdam Avenue and Broadway.

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Trump defends his deal-making in wake of Chicago skyscraper reportPresident Trump on Wednesday defended his deal-making prowess after the New York Times reported that he got millions in loans forgiven after his skyscraper in Chicago got into financial straits.

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Russian scientist contracts COVID-19 twice for experiment: reportA Russian scientist took two for the team - becoming infected twice with the coronavirus for the sake of an experiment, according to a report.

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Man asked to remove Halloween display deemed 'detrimental' to kidsThe holiday killjoy emailed Ashan Jeeawon over the allegedly offensive display - floating skeletons, a trio of witches and an eerie green light - at his Bexhill-on-Sea home in England.

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Wild Philadelphia looting included man stealing a washing machineHe made a clean getaway. Looters were seen in a series of videos trashing Philadelphia stores Tuesday night  with one even blithely wheeling out a large washing machine.

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Caught On Camera: DOT Worker Forced To Jump On Hood Of Vehicle While Directing Traffic On Palisades ParkwayThe worker had minor injuries. It's unclear if the driver is facing any charges.

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New York Times: Tax records show Trump had over $270 million in debt forgiven after failing to repay lendersPresident Donald Trump has had more than $270 million in debt forgiven since 2010 after he failed to repay his lenders for a Chicago skyscraper development, The New York Times reported Tuesday.

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McConnell: Amy Coney Barrett confirmation has energized conservativesSenate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is standing by his handling of Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett's nomination and confirmation to the nation's highest bench, saying he isn't worried that a negative political consequence will come from it.

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Lawyer for Lori Vallow points finger at ex-best friend Melanie Gibb in tweetThe lawyer for 'cult mom' Lori Vallow suggested in a cryptic tweet that a star witness, ex-best friend Melanie Gibb, knows more than she's letting on.

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The NoodleI decided to try both a noodle soup and dumplings. I had to get both because I was going with glass noodles in the soup which meant I'd be getting noods that weren't made in-house.

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Today in History: The Statue of Liberty was dedicated in New York HarborToday is Wednesday, Oct. 28, the 302nd day of 2020. There are 64 days left in the year.

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Imodium Price: USA VS Saudi ArabiaPart of my normal travel routine is to pack some Imodium in case. I hate diarrhea on a regular day and of course, I most especially hate experiencing that on a long haul back to Philippines or elsewhere.

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Pompeo urges diplomatic solution to fighting in Armenia, AzerbaijanSecretary of State Mike Pompeo urged the leaders of Armenia and Azerbaijan to reach a diplomatic solution to the conflict between the two nations, as both sides continued to battle despite a US-brokered cease-fire.

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Therapist kills 7-year-old twins, self amid custody disputeA psychologist in Washington state fatally shot her 7-year-old twin daughters in their sleep before turning the gun on herself in a shocking murder-suicide that followed a custody dispute over the girls, according to reports.

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New York Nears a Half-Million Confirmed COVID Cases as Cluster Battle ContinuesNearly eight months to the day it announced its first coronavirus case in New York City, the Empire State is on the verge of a half-million confirmed COVID cases, trailing only Texas, California and Florida, which saw their initial surges hit later.

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Chobani teams up with Seamless to offer perks for New York City poll workersAs a thank you for their hard work, Chobani is partnering with Seamless to offer discounts for poll workers towards their next meal ordered through Seamless after working the polls.

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NYPD: Dozens Arrested During Violent Protests Over Death Of Walter Wallace Jr.Police said charges are pending against more than 30 people, and two officers suffered minor injuries.

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16-Year-Old Boy Shot To Death In Crown Heights, BrooklynPolice found the victim inside the Kingsborough Houses with a gunshot wound to his chest.

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Wild brawl erupts on Spirit flight from NJ to Puerto Rico: videoThe woman — identified as Nyasy Veronique Payne — "provoked an incident by acting in what witnesses called an aggressive, hostile, and defiant behavior," Puerto Rico police said, according to CBS reporter and passenger David Begnaud.

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NXIVM Leader Keith Raniere Sentenced To 120 Years In PrisonThe 60-year-old was convicted of multiple crimes including racketeering and sex trafficking last year.

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Could New York's limited medical cannabis program hamper a new adult-use market?New York could potentially become one of the biggest marijuana markets in the world, but its existing medical cannabis program is heavily regulated and has experts questioning how a possible adult-use market would fare.

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New York Weather: CBS2's 10/28 Wednesday Morning ForecastSome light rain will push through the area this morning with breaks of sun into the afternoon.

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New York City's Subway Ridership Is Down 70%New York City's MTA will borrow $257 million to help cover deficit gap. The Bureau of Economic Analysis report is due out tomorrow.

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'Songs' of the fall season as its diorama time at the Ninth Street Community Garden and ParkEV Grieve is the leading news, entertainment and lifestyle blog about the East Village of New York City.

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Signage arrives for E7 Deli and Cafe on First Avenue and 7th StreetEV Grieve is the leading news, entertainment and lifestyle blog about the East Village of New York City.

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Here is why this street in New York has been co-named ‘Punjab Avenue'The move was also to honour the Punjabi community, which, according to City Council Member Adrienne Adams, has helped build and shape Richmond Hill for 50 years.

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Construction watch: 180 2nd Ave.EV Grieve is the leading news, entertainment and lifestyle blog about the East Village of New York City.

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See the Subways with the MTA's Live Subway MapIt's been a long time coming, but the MTA map is finally going digital. Now officially in beta, the MTA's "Live Subway Map" is a dynamic interface showing real time train locations, arrival times, and service alerts, among other pertinent info for New York denizens.

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Beacon, N.Y. An Arts Hub Turned Refuge for the Pandemic-WearyWith the arrival of the Dia Beacon, this Hudson River city became a weekend destination for New Yorkers.

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When a Rat Skeleton Falls through Your CeilingThis is not a Halloween story, but may as well be. As reported yesterday, deaf and hearing-impaired tenants living at 174 Forsyth Street are demanding remedy for deplorable living conditions.

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NY Police Find 2 Kilos of Cocaine Hidden Inside Boxes Of Lucky Charms During Traffic StopPolice said that man driving in upstate New York was found during a traffic stop to have two kilograms of cocaine hidden inside two boxes of children's...

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Iran begins construction of new underground nuclear centrifuge plantIran has begun construction at its Natanz nuclear facility, satellite images released Wednesday show, just as the U.N.'s nuclear agency acknowledged Tehran is building an underground advanced centrifuge assembly plant after its last one exploded in a reported sabotage attack last summer.

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Police Shooting of Walter Wallace Jr. Sparks Violent New York ProtestsPolice arrest 27 and five NYPD officers are injured in Brooklyn clashes after Philadelphia shooting.

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Texas man posts video of him drinking and driving before fatal crashCamilo Morejon, 47, could be seen swigging a bottle of beer while traveling in a silver Honda with his girlfriend and two others in Jersey Village on Sunday.

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Protests erupt in Washington, DC after man dies during police chaseFour officers were injured, and at least one person was arrested, after an unruly demonstration outside the 4th District police station, NBC4 Washington reported.

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New York Life Real Estate Investors Announces Closing of Its Madison Square Structured Debt FundNew York Life Real Estate Investors today announced the final closing of its Madison Square Structured Debt Fund , a...

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Qatar apologizes for forced examinations of female airline passengersDUBAI, United Arab Emirates — Qatar apologized Wednesday after authorities forcibly examined female passengers from a Qatar Airways flight to Australia to try to identify who might have given birth to a newborn baby found abandoned at the airport earlier this month.

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Man who urinated on Delta passenger ID'd as North Carolina pastorChalmers claimed that he had suffered a bad reaction to the medication that he took prior to the flight and maintained that he didn't do anything.

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New York City Community Confronts Impact of NYPD Budget CutsSome residents in southeast Queens were torn that plans for a new precinct were placed in limbo after Mayor Bill de Blasio and the city council scrapped spending on the project after protests over the killing of George Floyd and calls to defund the NYPD.

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A Torch And An ArchOctober 28 in history: The Statue of Liberty was completed and dedicated in New York harbor on October 28th, 1886. It was built in France, and then taken apart, boxed up, and the pieces were sent by ship to America.

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27 Arrested as NYC Protests Erupt Over Police Killing of Black Man in PhiladelphiaHundreds of protesters took to the streets in Brooklyn Tuesday night, marching in response to a police shooting in Philadelphia that left a Black man dead following a domestic dispute call earlier this week.

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Restaurant thief found sleeping in bathroom with booze, cheesecakeA man broke into a restaurant in the UK - and was found passed out in the bathroom the next day, beside a mop-bucket filled with bottles of booze and a half-eaten cheesecake.

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Vandalism Reported, Protesters Taken Into Custody As New Yorkers Call For Justice For Walter Wallace Jr.About 200 people marched from Fort Greene Park in Brooklyn on Tuesday.

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New York Weather: CBS2 10/27 Nightly Forecast at 11PMCBS2's Lonnie Quinn has your weather forecast for October 27 at 11 p.m.

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COVID-19 'Long Haulers' Still Dealing With Effects Months After Recovering From VirusIt's been eight months since the coronavirus pandemic changed life as we know it, and for many who have survived a bout with COVID-19, the battle is far from over; CBS2's Jessica Layton reports.

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Car Hits DOT Worker Directing Traffic On Palisades ParkwayA wild scene was caught on video on the Palisades Parkway in the Hudson Valley.

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President Trump, Joe Biden Make Final Pitches To Voters With Election One Week AwayWith the election now just one week away, the candidates are making their final pitches to voters; CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.

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New Yorkers Spend Hours Waiting In Line On Day 4 Of Early VotingOnce again, many New Yorkers spent hours waiting to cast their ballots on the fourth day of early voting Tuesday; CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.

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COVID Long Haulers Still Suffering Long-Term Effects Of Virus Months LaterAccording to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about one in three hospitalized with COVID will face long-term effects, but even people who didn't feel that sick can still face issues months later.

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Hundreds Protest Death Of Walter Wallace Jr. In BrooklynThere were protests over the death of Walter Wallace Jr. in Brooklyn on Tuesday; CBS2's Dan Rice reports from Chopper 2.

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IRS Extends Deadline To Claim Money To Nov. 21If you missed out on getting a federal stimulus check, the IRS has extended the deadline to claim the money.

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New York police arrest 30 amid protests after deadly Philadelphia shootingReuters) - New York police arrested about 30 people as hundreds of protesters took to the streets in Brooklyn late on Tuesday following a deadly police shooting in Philadelphia of a Black man armed with a knife.

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Tereza Nvotova on 'New York City in the Time of COVID-19'Slovak documentarian Tereza Nvotova, who has confronted corruption and politics in past films such as 2017's "The Lust for Power," found herself beached in New York during the COVID-19 outbreak in the spring, unable to legally return home with her partner, American actor Jacob Pitts.

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Connecticut COVID-19 Positivity Test Rate Reaches 4.1%, Highest Since Early JuneGov. Ned Lamont's administration plans to extend an executive order to allow outdoor dining.

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New Jersey Family Puts Zombie Display Back In Front Yard After Complaints About TrafficOver the weekend, police officers arrived at the home after neighbors complained about the traffic from people stopping to look at the zombies.

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MTA Launches Coronavirus Screening Program For Front Line WorkersIn the initial phase, up to 2,000 employees will be tested for free at rotating field locations, including bus depots and train yards, and at health service centers.

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Developments Since My BirthI wonder if anyone but me remembers that during the years after the end of World War II, there were a lot of US Army jeeps on the streets of New York.

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Port Authority Of New York And New Jersey Will Fine Travelers Without Masks, Face CoveringsFace coverings are required at Port Authority facilities, including airport terminals, train stations and bus terminals to help protect fellow passengers and employees from the spread of COVID-19.

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New York City Council Considering Bill Requiring Shared Moped Companies To Implement More Safety PrecautionsThis summer, the ride-share company Revel shut down service for two weeks following the deaths of three riders, including CBS2 reporter Nina Kapur.

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How Many Kids are Attending NYC Public Schools?Turns out, schools have been "open" for a month, and no one seemed to know how many kids were in them.

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U.S. Treasury Department Refunds Nearly $4 Million To FDNY World Trade Center Health ProgramThe $3.92 million was being held because of debts owed by New York City.

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New York City man falls through sidewalk sinkhole into pit of rats: ReportsA Bronx man wound up in the hospital Saturday after the concrete collapsed beneath his feet, sending him tumbling into a decrepit basement - where he encountered a mischief of rats, according to local reports.

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NYC Board Of Elections Extends Early Voting Hours As Long Lines Continue To Form Outside Polling LocationsMost people who spoke to CBS2 were not angry but say the wait is annoying and could have been avoided with better planning.

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The Late Great Orson Welles"Like the Big O says in the The Late Great Planet Earth, '70 per cent of biblical prophecy has already come true."

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DOJ demands NY nursing home data after COVID-19 death undercountWASHINGTON — The Justice Department is requesting more data on COVID-19 deaths linked to New York nursing homes after receiving figures that indicate a significant under-count of deaths at publicly run nursing homes in the state.

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COVID Pandemic Prompts Uptick In Lasik Surgery ProceduresToo many hours of screen time can dry out your contact lenses, and wearing glasses along with that all-important mask can lead to foggy specs.

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Mail Delivery Is Slowing Down In Parts of New York And New JerseyThat's according to data released by the postal service. Westchester saw a similar decline while New York City stayed about the same.

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Construction Continues At Legoland New York With Park Planning 2021 OpeningThe park will eventually employ 1,000 people, a major post-pandemic economic boost.

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New York Weather: CBS2 10/27 Evening Forecast at 6PMCBS2's Lonnie Quinn has your weather forecast for October 27 at 6 p.m.

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Not All Early Voting Lines Are EqualAs voters continue to line up for early voting, WNYC's Brigid Bergin reports there is a reason some people are waiting longer to vote than others.

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Zombie House Halloween Display In Hawthorne, NJ Goes Back UpThere's an update on a popular Halloween display in New Jersey.

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12 Arrests In Child Predator Sting Operation In New Jersey

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SUNY University System Says On-Campus Students Must Test Negative For COVID-19 Before Going Home ForThe SUNY University system announced a new testing mandate Tuesday.

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Establishment In Bridgeport Shut Down Over COVID ViolationConnecticut now has a 4.1% positive coronavirus test rate.

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Off-Duty Police Officer Confronts Armed Suspect After Deadly Queens ShootingDramatic video shows a deadly shooting inside a convenience store in Queens. It happened right in front of an off-duty police officer, who didn't heistate to confront an armed suspect; CBS2's Hazel Sanchez reports.

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Long Lines At Polling Stations In NYC On Day 4 Of Early VotingOn day four of early voting in New York, lines stretched for several blocks, forcing people to wait hours to cast their ballots; CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.

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NXIVM Cult Leader Keith Raniere Sentenced To Life Behind BarsBrainwashing, sex abuse and even branding - those are just some of the horrors that former members of the NXIVM cult lived through.

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Curfew Becomes The Latest Financial Hit to Newark BusinessesIndoor dining spots, bars and clubs must close by 8 p.m. Cases are higest in Newark's East Ward, a popular destination for restaurants and Spanish culture.

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Dr. Joyce Wallace, Pioneering AIDS Physician, Dies at 79Among the first to study the disease in the 1980s, she tried to stop its spread among thousands of New York City prostitutes.

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New Jersey Teenager Cleans Local Basketball Courts To Keep Them OpenAn Essex County, New Jersey, teenager is taking it upon himself to save his local basketball courts; CBS2's Meg Baker reports.

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Local Retailers Worried About Holiday Shopping Season As Many Americans Go OnlineFor many Americans, the holiday shopping season is well underway, but the shift to the web and the pandemic are having a big impact on local retailers; Anna Werner reports for CBS2.

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More Americans Getting Lasik Surgery During PandemicThe combination of masks, glasses and even Zoom meetings in the age of the coronavirus has sent more Americans to the eye doctor and led to an uptick in Lasik surgery; CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.

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New York State Must End Tax Breaks for Fossil FuelsEvery year, New York State spends $1.6 billion of taxpayer money on benefits for the oil and gas industry—the very industry that fuels the climate crisis.

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Polls Show Tight Race Between Democrat Max Rose, Republican Nicole MalliotakisNew York City's 11th Congressional District has one of the most highly contested congressional races in the country.

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MTA Launching Voluntary Testing Program For Front Line Workers

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Study finds over 80 percent of COVID-19 patients vitamin D deficientMore than 80 percent of patients hospitalized in Spain with COVID-19 had low levels of vitamin D, a new study says.

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Man busted smuggling cocaine in Lucky Charms cereal boxesJahn Rentas, 23, was driving down I-90 in Verona when cops stopped him for a traffic violation at around 1:45 a.m.

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