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NYC resident being tested for coronavirus after traveling to Italy

A New York City resident is now being tested for the coronavirus — after the person recently traveled to Italy, the city revealed Thursday. The patient reported symptoms of the virus, but further details on their identity and timing of their travels and illness were unclear. City Health Commissioner Oxiris Barbot said the number of […]

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First major blast of winter hits Metro Vancouver region

The first major blast of winter has hit the Metro Vancouver region Sunday. Residents throughout Vancouver woke up to several centimetres of snow and a snowfall warning of more powder on the way. Environment Canada issues snowfall warning “The low pressure system continues its trek across the South Coast this afternoon,” read the warning issued […]

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Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade 2019 kicks off

Turkey Day has officially begun. The 93rd annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade kicked off Thursday morning to cheers of eager spectators who packed Manhattan sidewalks. Skies were partly sunny with temperatures lingering in the high 40s as the parade got underway and the holiday season officially commenced at 9 a.m. More than 3.5 million spectators […]

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NYPD cops handcuff homeless woman inside Queens subway station

Video of NYPD officers pinning an apparently mentally ill homeless woman to the ground inside a Queens subway station and handcuffing her has sparked outrage among New Yorkers amid a string of viral subway spats with cops. The footage shows police holding the woman down in front of the turnstiles at the Jamaica Center station […]

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Cellphones banned from exhibit on reclusive writer J.D. Salinger

J.D. Salinger’s penchant for privacy lives on! Visitors to the New York Public Library’s exhibit of never-before-seen items owned by the late, reclusive author of “The Catcher in the Rye” are being forced to surrender their cellphones so they can’t take photos. Library workers are stationed outside the gallery where more than 200 of Salinger’s […]

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