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Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams (left) speaks with Black Lives Matter protestors on July 18, 2020.
Not everyone sided with the protesters. Will it haunt them in 2021?
Personality
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Donald Trump returns to the White House on July 29, 2020.
The president claimed recent failures show absentee ballots are an ineffective and “fraudulent” way to conduct elections.
News & Politics
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Still from the video of Nikki Stone's arrest at 2nd ave and 25th Street.
Arrests by plainclothes officers in unmarked vehicles are common in communities of color, advocates and legislators say.
Policy
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Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney’s rematch against Suraj Patel was the closest race in which the incumbent won, with a near tie after election night.
More challengers ran against NY congressional Democrats, but only one won.
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Mayor's Office for People with Disabilities Commissioner Victor Calise and Mayor Bill de Blasio host the Sapolin Awards at Gracie Mansion in 2017.
A Q&A with Victor Calise, commissioner of the New York City Mayor’s Office for People with Disabilities.
Personality
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A federal judge’s ruling on Tuesday ordered the state Department of Labor to begin providing unemployment benefits to Uber and Lyft drivers.
Uber, Lyft drivers score victory to be paid unemployment benefits.
Policy
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Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr.
President Donald Trump’s lawyers ask a federal judge to bar Manhattan DA Cyrus Vance from acquiring his taxes.
News & Politics
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COVID-19 testing center in Ocean Hill Brooklyn.
Experts say a national program to increase the supply of materials is needed.
Policy
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P.S. 192, the Jacob H. Schiff school in Manhattan.
Health experts say major school renovations and more robust coronavirus testing would likely be needed.
Policy
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