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Prosecutor can obtain Trump's tax returns, court rules
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Indoor dining a step forward for NYC restaurants
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Protesters in Manhattan demand more indoor dining
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'Space bubbles' offer safety at NYC restaurant
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Eric Trump ordered to testify in probe before election
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Greenland ice sheet nearly double the size of Manhattan breaks off into the ocean | #TheCube
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Couple Who Wouldn't Wear Masks Cited By Cops
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Jim Parsons Hosts Gay Bacchanal: 'Boys In The Band' Trailer
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Court blocks release of Trump's tax returns to DA
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Mark David Chapman Denied Parole For 11th Time
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