Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez played the video game Among Us on Twitch.
The Queens representative played video games online to get out the vote.
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NYC First Lady Chirlane McCray visiting NYC Care.
Stopping the count could lead to an inaccurate tally and a loss of congressional representation for New York.
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Coronavirus cases are spiking in the Jewish Orthodox communities in New York City.
Public health experts said it should rely on trusted community leaders and avoid shaming to combat coronavirus misinformation.
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Students at P.S. 188 The Island School on September 29th.
Though the state restored aid payments, schools are still preparing for possible cuts in the future.
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The New York Times published a report on the details of Trump's tax returns on Sunday, September 27th.
The president’s tax returns feature several red flags for possibly fraudulent behavior, experts say.
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Council Member Ritchie Torres has opened up about his struggles with mental health.
Corey Johnson cited depression in deciding not to run for mayor. His frankness reflects a shift.
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Mayor Bill de Blasio and First Lady Chirlane McCray welcoming Pre-K students back to school in Queens.
With the rest of the city’s in-person classes starting next week, challenges remain to prepare providers.
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New York State Senator David Carlucci in July this year.
Continued investment and flexibility will be important despite city and state budgetary constraints.
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Students walking in to the first day of school at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Academyon September 9, 2020.
Families in multigenerational homes and fears of the coronavirus drive choice to stay in virtual classrooms.
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Mayor Bill de Blasio and NYC Census 2020 Director Julie Menin doing census outreach in queens.
The count could affect New York for the next decade. Many New Yorkers haven’t bothered.
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