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Early voters wait in long lines in New York City
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I voted for a guy named Trump, says president after casting ballot in Florida
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Cinemas outside NYC to reopen at 25% capacity: Cuomo
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NYC Department of Education Cancels $900 Million in Deferred Payments to Teachers
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John Lennon at 80: Events held to mark musical legend’s birthday
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New Yorkers 'drive in' for VP debate watch party
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Rays get shelled by Yankees' power lineup ALDS Game 1 loss
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Workers rescued from collapsed scaffold in NYC
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NY Gov. Cuomo closes schools in COVID-19 hot spots
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NYC mayor seeks to lockdown coronavirus hotspots
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Indoor dining a step forward for NYC restaurants
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Artist Ai Weiwei premieres new 30-part work on the Piccadilly Lights
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NYC mayor's plea amid uptick: 'Get tested'
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Serena Williams Withdraws From French Open After Achilles Injury
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COVID-19 Spike In Orthodox Jewish NYC Neighborhoods Prompts Mask Crackdown
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Protesters in Manhattan demand more indoor dining
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New York City Sees COVID-19 Spike
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'Space bubbles' offer safety at NYC restaurant
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Louisville anti-racism protesters defy curfew
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