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NYC health commissioner resigns

Five months after New York City's first confirmed coronavirus case, the head of the city's health department, who lead efforts to contain the virus that left more than tens of thousands of New Yorkers dead, has resigned.

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Video from 2004 shows Trump filling out provisional ballot

An "Access Hollywood" video from 2004 shows Billy Bush and Donald Trump visiting multiple polling stations around New York City as Trump tries to find his polling place. The video ends with Trump saying he's going to fill out an "absentee ballot," and then completing a provisional ballot in his limo. CNN's Don Lemon gives his take about the clip and President Trump's complaints about mail-in voting.

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DACA recipient: My face shield, mask and hospital scrubs cannot protect me

For the last four months, I have been fighting two battles. One against a well-known threat to New York City and the world, Covid-19, and the other against a less visible threat to immigrants nationwide, the systematic attempts by the Trump administration to dismantle Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) -- the program that protects Dreamers, undocumented immigrants like me who came to the United States as children, from deportation.

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Gun violence surges across the US

Chicago, Atlanta and New York City are experiencing a spike in shootings and homicides this year. The increase in gun violence comes as cities reopen during a pandemic and mass anti-police brutality protests have led to law enforcement reforms and budget cuts.

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NYPD cars hit with glass bottles and other debris in Harlem

A group of people threw glass bottles and other debris at New York City Police Department vehicles early Sunday morning in Harlem after police responded to a "shot spotter activation," according to NYPD Sgt. Mary Frances O'Donnell.

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Opinion: As America reopens, I fear I'll be isolating for years

With New York, my home off and on for a half century, opening up on Monday, I've been reflecting on some hard, and very sad, facts of life for me and others in my position. For the past three months, since my return from France on March 13, I have remained carefully cloistered in our cabin in the woods in northeast Pennsylvania. In a long telehealth conversation with my pulmonologist of 30-plus years, I recently arrived at the disturbing conclusion that I may be unable to return to my New York City apartment, or visit my family in Paris, for years.

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