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Are you ready for the Roaring '20s?

There is a section of my closet -- I live in New York City, so by "section" I mean a few hangers bunched together -- packed with tulle and sequins and leather, increasingly over-the-top items that I bought during the pandemic as I dreamt of life after lockdown. The longer lockdown lasted, the more months without family gatherings or travel or nights out, the wilder my closet grew. And I know I'm not alone.

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Is NY ready for a pro-Trump governor?

To Democrats in New York, former President Donald Trump is the gift that keeps on giving. Trump's enormous unpopularity in his home state -- which he lost twice -- has been an electoral millstone around the necks of New York Republican candidates, helping to turn an already-blue state even bluer.

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Camerota welcomes Blackwell to New York with this advice

After his almost nine years anchoring CNN's "New Day Weekend," Victor Blackwell receives some advice from his new co-anchor, Alisyn Camerota, before the pair moves to their new roles covering weekday afternoons.

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Haberman: Trump had to be talked out of defending Matt Gaetz

New York Times reporter and CNN political analyst Maggie Haberman says that former President Donald Trump's first instinct was to give a full-throated defense of Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) in the wake of an investigation into sex trafficking allegations but was persuaded not to by his staff.

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Opinion: Anti-Asian sentiment runs deeper than you think

My 75-year-old Nepali mother, who lives in New York, goes for a walk every morning and every evening. I send her out in disguise: I bought her a blonde wig, and I tell her to wear it under a hat, glasses and mask. "Maybe then, they'll leave her alone," I think. I know it sounds crazy, but it's my survival instinct kicking in.

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Picasso's portrait of a young lover to sell for $55 million at auction

Pablo Picasso's 1932 "Femme Assise Près d'une Fenêtre (Marie-Thérèse)" ("Woman Sitting Near a Window"), a portrait of his teenage lover and "golden muse" from a critical point in his career, will be offered in Christie's newly rebranded 20th Century Art Evening Sale in New York on May 11, with an estimate of $55 million.

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NYT: Trump campaign duped donors into repeat donations

The New York Times is reporting that former President Donald Trump's campaign tried to make up a fundraising gap during the 2020 election cycle by signing up one-time online donors for repeat donations without their knowledge.

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