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Stunts, Cats and Crime: Sliwa’s Colorful Run for NYC Mayor

What to Know The Republican nominee for New York City mayor has spent decades as a stunt-loving personality. He also…

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Storied Banksy piece fetches record $25.4 M at Sotheby’s auction

A piece by British artist Banksy fetched a record $25,427,144 at a Sotheby’s auction in London Thursday. The 2006 artwork,…

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Border With Canada to Open, and North Country ‘Could Not Be Happier’

Nick Pitillo, a local restaurateur and lifelong resident, said that business was better during Columbus Day weekend, particularly compared with…

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U.S. Preventive Services Task Force: People Over 60 Should Not Use Aspirin As Primary Way To Prevent Heart Disease And Strokes

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force is recommending a major change in the use of aspirin.…

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NYC Mayor Race: 3 Weeks Before Election Day, Curtis Sliwa Amps Up Attacks on Eric Adams

With three weeks remaining in the race for mayor, Republican nominee Curtis Sliwa is trying to make some noise and…

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Gov. Hochul enjoys big lead over likely opponents, 77% of N.Y. voters don’t want Cuomo to run: Marist poll

“When you look at the toss-up questions and how they’re being perceived, Hochul does enter this, clearly, as a frontrunner,”…

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Trump’s Shadow Looms as Lev Parnas Trial Begins in New York

In court filings and during a recent hearing, prosecutors and defense lawyers offered some indications of what arguments they might…

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New York City’s Annual Columbus Day Parade Marches Up Fifth Avenue

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — It’s another sign of New York’s recovery from the pandemic. The world’s largest celebration of Italian-American…

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Giants Dazed and Wobbly After QB Jones, RB Barkley Hurt

New York Giants quarterback Daniel Jones was dazed and wobbly when he got up after taking a crushing hit trying…

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Proposed preamble to NYC Charter emphasizing racial justice is on the way

A proposed preamble to the New York City Charter could give city government “something to aspire to, something to believe…

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