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Reopen NYC: Principals' union declares unanimous vote of no confidence for mayor, schools chancellor
Reopen NYC: Principals' union declares unanimous vote of no confidence for mayor, schools chancellor
The union is calling on Mayor de Blasio to cede mayoral control of the Department of Education for the remainder of this health crisis.
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Passenger dies in Queens BMW crash
Passenger dies in Queens BMW crash
The 35-year-old driver was zipping east on Rockaway Blvd. when he lost control near the Long Island border about 6:50p.m. Saturday, cops said.
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Dax Shepard reveals he relapsed after 16 years of sobriety
Dax Shepard reveals he relapsed after 16 years of sobriety
After 16 years of being sober, actor and comedian Dax Shepard revealed he has been battling an opioid addiction.
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Dennis Quaid Swears His White House Coronavirus Ad Campaign Isn’t Political
Dennis Quaid Swears His White House Coronavirus Ad Campaign Isn’t Political
A day after it was first reported that the White House spent $300 million on an advertising campaign to “defeat despair” in the country about the coronavirus pandemic, one of the celebrities involved in the ad... More »
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Liberty’s Jazmine Jones earns WNBA All-Rookie team honors
Liberty’s Jazmine Jones earns WNBA All-Rookie team honors
Jazmine Jones has always made a point to prove doubters wrong.
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Reopen NY: 20 college students test positive for COVID at Westchester campus
Reopen NY: 20 college students test positive for COVID at Westchester campus
University officials are taking action after at least 20 students at a college campus in Westchester County have tested positive for COVID-19.
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The eyes don't have it: Masks upset classroom communication
The eyes don't have it: Masks upset classroom communication
Try teaching a class full of schoolchildren and connecting with students who are themselves wearing masks. Teachers who in ordinary times rely on their voices to convey nuances of language and manage classroom behavior are tasked with not sounding like the trombone-produced “wah wah” of the Charlie
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Brooklyn gunfire leaves man, woman standing on corner shot in legs
Brooklyn gunfire leaves man, woman standing on corner shot in legs
A man and a woman were shot multiple times in the legs while standing on a Brooklyn corner Sunday morning, cops said. “It could have been random gunfire or directed,” an NYPD spokesman said.
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Another casualty of COVID-19: NYC’s once-thriving cultural scene is on life support
Another casualty of COVID-19: NYC’s once-thriving cultural scene is on life support
Many small players in the city’s arts and cultural sector — which rakes about in $110 billion in annual revenue, and employs over 293,000 people — worry about what they will do when funding dries up.
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Dramatic video shows FDNY battle blaze at Brooklyn daycare
Dramatic video shows FDNY battle blaze at Brooklyn daycare
Sixty firefighters from responded to the scene. One was later treated for minor injuries at Brookdale Hospital.
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Bronx high schooler’s writing contest provides teens across the globe a respite from pandemic woes
Bronx high schooler’s writing contest provides teens across the globe a respite from pandemic woes
The 17-year-old Riverdale Country School student created an online “Scribe Writing Contest” for fiction and poetry that quickly took on a life of its own.
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Off-duty cop charged with slugging his brother at a Bronx party
Off-duty cop charged with slugging his brother at a Bronx party
Officer Ariel Victor Castillo was shoved by his brother and allegedly retaliated by punching him, police said.
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