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Has De Blasio Made New York Unlivable?

New York City is one of the most exciting and resilient cities on the world. However, the coronavirus, economic downturn, and race riots have reduced residents quality of life. New York's energy and..

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How Michael Cohen Might Have Gotten Himself Sent Back To Prison [Video]

How Michael Cohen Might Have Gotten Himself Sent Back To Prison

Former fixer and personal attorney to President Donald Trump, Michael Cohen has been photographed most likely breaking his terms of parole. According to Business Insider, Cohen and his wife were..

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'Boycott China': Indian Americans, Taiwanese Americans, Tibetans take to Times Square to denounce China [Video]

'Boycott China': Indian Americans, Taiwanese Americans, Tibetans take to Times Square to denounce China

Indian Americans have called for 'Boycott China', a protest demonstration against China at the iconic Times Square in New York. This protest comes in the aftermath of the deadly border clash in the..

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De Blasio: AOC "Just Wrong" [Video]

De Blasio: AOC "Just Wrong"

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is in a war of words with NY Mayor Bill de Blasio and it looks like she's losing... badly. De Blasio called her “just wrong” when she accused him of fudging his $1 billion..

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Ghislaine Maxwell, Jeffrey Epstein’s Former ‘Confidante,' Arrested on S*x Abuse Charges [Video]

Ghislaine Maxwell, Jeffrey Epstein’s Former ‘Confidante,' Arrested on S*x Abuse Charges

Maxwell was arrested by the FBI in New Hampshire on Thursday. According to court documents, she's been charged by New York federal prosecutors with six counts.

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Court Gives Publisher Of Tell-All Book By President Trump's Niece The Go Ahead...For Now [Video]

Court Gives Publisher Of Tell-All Book By President Trump's Niece The Go Ahead...For Now

The tell-all book that President Trump and his brother, Robert Trump have been trying to block is closer to being published. On Wednesday, a New York court lifted the temporary restraining order..

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Donald Trump Calls Black Lives Matter Mural a ‘Symbol of Hate’ [Video]

Donald Trump Calls Black Lives Matter Mural a ‘Symbol of Hate’

On Wednesday, President Donald Trump denounced New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio’s recent support of the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement.

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U.S. coronavirus cases hit new record [Video]

U.S. coronavirus cases hit new record

[NFA] As the United States reported its biggest one-day spike since the start of the pandemic, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said he was not going ahead with a plan to allow indoor restaurant..

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'It is a lifelong trauma' - New York doctors on coronavirus frontline [Video]

'It is a lifelong trauma' - New York doctors on coronavirus frontline

Dr. Arabia Mollette of Brookdale University Hospital Medical Center, Dr. Jennifer Haythe of Columbia University Medical Center and Dr. Allon Mordel, medical director at K Health, share what they've..

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CVS To Sell Makeup For Men [Video]

CVS To Sell Makeup For Men

CVS will soon start stocking Stryx, a makeup brand geared towards men. Business Insider reports that Stryx will be sold at 2,000 of its retail locations. The Stryx brand was founded in New York by..

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Ladakh stand-off: Tibetan groups in US hold protests infront of Chinese Consulate to show solidarity with India [Video]

Ladakh stand-off: Tibetan groups in US hold protests infront of Chinese Consulate to show solidarity with India

The Regional Tibetan Youth Congress in New York and New Jersey held protests in front of Chinese Consulates in respective cities to show solidarity with India over the recent Chinese military intrusion..

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Will offices be the same? The Empire State Building offers clues

New York City's famed Empire State Building symbolizes the challenges many commercial spaces face as the U.S. tries to reopen and get back to business. Lisa Bernhard produced this report.

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Judge Denies Trump's Family A Lawsuit Against Niece's Book [Video]

Judge Denies Trump's Family A Lawsuit Against Niece's Book

President Donald Trump’s niece plans to publish a tell-all book, revealing private information about her family. While the Trump family tried to deter her book, a New York judge dismissed their..

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Jennifer Lopez invites New York nurse to party with her [Video]

Jennifer Lopez invites New York nurse to party with her

Jennifer Lopez has offered to play host to a New York nurse at one of her future concerts as a thank you for her hard work during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Reduced voting sites, heated races in NY and KY [Video]

Reduced voting sites, heated races in NY and KY

New York, Kentucky were among the six states holding primaries Tuesday, with heated, key races and fewer polling sites due to social distancing restrictions. Lisa Bernhard has more.

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Trump Lost $1-Billion During Pandemic [Video]

Trump Lost $1-Billion During Pandemic

Donald Trump is worth an estimated $2.1 billion. Business Insider reports he is the first billionaire in history to serve as president of the United States. The president's fortune has taken a roughly..

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Joel Schumacher, director of 'Lost Boys' and Batman Films, dead at 80 [Video]

Joel Schumacher, director of 'Lost Boys' and Batman Films, dead at 80

Schumacher died in NYC after battling cancer for a year. He transitioned from costume designing to directing for film in the 1980s.

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New York reopens, other states spike and global cases hit 'grim record' [Video]

New York reopens, other states spike and global cases hit 'grim record'

New York City entered Phase 2 of reopening on Monday while at least 12 other states saw record COVID-19 spikes - and the World Health Organization reported a record number of new daily cases. Lisa..

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NY police officer suspended over apparent chokehold [Video]

NY police officer suspended over apparent chokehold

A New York police officer was suspended on Sunday after a video posted online appeared to show him rendering a Black man unconscious in a chokehold during an arrest, a few days after city council..

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Trump opposed to removing Roosevelt statue in NYC [Video]

Trump opposed to removing Roosevelt statue in NYC

[NFA] U.S. President Donald Trump said on Monday he opposed removing the towering statue of Theodore Roosevelt from outside New York City's American Museum of Natural History. Colette Luke has more.

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135 Former SDNY Prosecutors Decry Ousting Of US Attorney Geoffrey Berman [Video]

135 Former SDNY Prosecutors Decry Ousting Of US Attorney Geoffrey Berman

135 former New York prosecutors rose up on Sunday in a letter of protest, to defend former US Attorney Geoffrey Berman. Berman was fired as the US Attorney for the Southern District of New York on..

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Starbucks Shutting Hundreds Of Cafes, Opening Pickup-only Stores [Video]

Starbucks Shutting Hundreds Of Cafes, Opening Pickup-only Stores

Irene Jiang / Business Insider Starbucks opened its first-ever Starbucks Pickup store in November, a pickup-only location that lets customers order ahead through the chain's mobile app and pick up..

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