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NYC Mayor paints 'Black Lives Matter' outside Trump Tower
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Staten Island tattoo studio reopens after lockdown
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Anti-mask activists rally in virus hotbed Florida
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Fay weakens over eastern New York
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Black Lives Matter Mural Painted in Front of Trump Tower
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Tibetan community stages protest against China outside Chinese consulate in New York
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Cardi B Crystal-Studded Ombré Manicure, Kulture's Birthday
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Sacha Baron Cohen has police called on him as Rudy Giuliani prank backfires
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Supreme Court Grants NY Prosecutor Access to Trump's Financial Records
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Former New York City Mayor called the police on Sacha Baron Cohen!
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U.S. Supreme Court rules some Trump financial records can be revealed
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Black Lives Matter mural unveiled in Harlem
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JCPenney Closing More Stores
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Texas doctor fears NY scenario as COVID-19 cases surge
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'Blended learning' in the fall for NYC public schools -mayor
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Deutsche Bank to pay $150 mln penalty over Epstein
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Ghislaine Maxwell Moved To NYC Facility, Begins Quarantine
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Congresswoman helps ducks cross road in New York
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Woman Charged Over Central Park 911 Call
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Small businesses fight for survival as they reopenAs New York City businesses re-open after the COVID-19 lockdown, they have to balance the safety of their staff and patrons with their own feelings of excitement and anxiety. (July 14)
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Docuseries 'Lenox Hill' follows staff at New York HospitalA new eight-part Netflix series, "Lenox Hill," follows four doctors at a New York City hospital of the same name. (July 13)
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Coronavirus updates: New York City reports zero deaths for first time since March; Oklahoma records first teen death; Mexico deaths top 35KAs the coronavirus pandemic reached new highs in Florida and globally on Sunday, New York City reported zero deaths for the first time since March.
Florida Records Nation’s One-Day Peak for New Virus CasesThe state recorded 15,300 new coronavirus cases on Sunday, easily passing the previous one-day high of 12,274 set at the height of the outbreak in New York in April.
Still gagged: Mary Trump's restraining order extended until one day before tell-all book goes on saleA New York judge will decide July 13 whether Mary Trump can help promote her tell-all book on her family, scheduled to publish July 14.
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'Black Lives Matter' mural painted at Trump TowerLarge yellow letters spelling the words 'Black Lives Matter' have found a brand-new home, and this time it's New York City's 5th Avenue in front of Trump Tower. (July 9)
New York City official: Learn from our ordeal. Slow the COVID monster while you still can.COVID strikes with ferocious speed and devastating impact. It can only be stopped if local leaders act boldly and communities change their behavior.
New York City starts painting Black Lives Matter mural in front of Trump TowerThe planned mural had provoked the ire of President Donald Trump, who slammed the mural on Twitter earlier this month as a "symbol of hate"
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Deutsche Bank to pay $150 million for dealings with Jeffrey Epstein, foreign banksNew York banking regulators reached a deal with Deutsche Bank to settle claims that it failed to respond to red flags with Jeffrey Epstein's accounts.
Nurses Who Battled Virus in New York Confront Friends Back Home Who Say It’s a HoaxAfter aiding coronavirus patients in New York City, nurses face relatives and friends who refuse to wear masks or don’t believe the virus is real.
Epstein associate transferred to NYC jailJeffrey Epstein's longtime confidante Ghislaine Maxwell has been transferred to New York City to face charges she recruited women and girls for him to sexually abuse. (July 6)
How a Brooklyn Artist Is Making Black Women Her FocusThrough her Essential Workers series, Aya Brown, 24, has shined a spotlight on the Black women in New York who work in hospitals, schools and retail.
Amy Cooper, white woman who called police on Black bird watcher in NYC, has been chargedCooper is facing a misdemeanor charge of filing a false report, Manhattan's district attorney announced Monday.
No COVID-19 resurgence in New York yet, officials say, but 'if you were at a protest, go get a test, please'New York braced for a surge in COVID-19 cases after massive protests statewide, but coronavirus infections haven't spiked yet. Experts still worry.
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NY honours virus victims with moment of silenceCurrent and former US politicians observed a Fourth of July moment of silence for victims of the pandemic in New York on Saturday. (July 4)
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Residents react to delay in NYC indoor diningNew York City's restaurants won't be opening for indoor dining as planned next week as officials slowed down the city's phased reopening, citing a spike in cases in other states where it's allowed...
Cuomo goes after Trump on virusNY Gov. Andrew Cuomo slammed President Donald Trump for his handling of the coronavirus pandemic and for not wearing a mask in public. (July 1)
Trump calls proposed Black Lives Matter mural outside Trump Tower 'a symbol of hate'New York Mayor Bill de Blasio said painting Black Lives Matter on Fifth Avenue is designed in part to send a message to President Trump.
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