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Because you want to star in the next season of "Love Is Blind," check out today's end-of-day links: Trader Joe's overheard signs, Michael Cohen sent back to prison, Cha Cha Matcha uprising, dog meeting, and more. [ more › ]
"Our definitive plans will be shared closer to September when we have a clearer sense of the public health landscape and the necessary precautions," a Department of Education spokesperson said. [ more › ]
The bar has been hit with thirty violations altogether. [ more › ]
Prosecutorial conduct and police conduct were the most common factors in securing the bad convictions. [ more › ]
"The data is telling us it is not time for large gatherings," de Blasio told CNN. [ more › ]
"All the staff were wearing masks. But not the clients—no one was wearing masks, no one was social distancing, 100%." [ more › ]
Donald Trump previously complained about the planned mural on Twitter, calling it a "symbol of hate." [ more › ]
These charts show the growth of COVID-19 in New York City and State, as well as in NYC boroughs. [ more › ]
Because you dream of a car-free city, check out today's midday links: Joy Reid MSNBC show, Melania Trump statue burned, memory palace technique, Naya Rivera search, irresistible cat and more. [ more › ]
The data continues to contradict claims from the NYPD's top cops. [ more › ]
A separate subpoena brought by House Democrats was sent back to lower courts — likely buying the president enough time to ensure Americans don't have access to his tax records until after the election this November. [ more › ]
We asked several health experts about masks, here's what they had to say. [ more › ]
A $20 million gift from the Open Society Foundations to New York City took a while to set up and is now expected to be given out in full by the end of July [ more › ]
"You're the villain from a Dickens novel," one protester shouted. [ more › ]
Because it's hard maintaining friendships right now, check out today's end-of-day links: Vindman retires, Trump rally causes virus surge, pandemic short stories, graffiti resurgence, dog wears cone, and more. [ more › ]
"I don't know if we were tasked with the ability to judge the police." [ more › ]
The expanded mask order comes as the state’s rate of transmission for COVID-19 has been creeping up. [ more › ]
The Museum has participated in a weekly call with a variety of other museums across the city in order to create a set of shared guidelines all the institutions can follow. [ more › ]
About a half dozen vendors have set up "ordering stations" on the sidewalk outside the City Point Mall. [ more › ]
“Blended learning means students will be taught on site in school for part of the week, and will attend school remotely on the other days of the week," Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza said. [ more › ]
CBS New York
The police chief says no swimming is allowed in Perth Amboy and conditions can be dangerous.
Those 17 years old and younger must be accompanied by a legal guardian from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m.
Even places with outdoor dining are still at the mercy of good weather. Many restaurants are desperate for some kind of rent relief.
No permits will be issued for any event in a location that has an Open Streets or Open Restaurant program.
Around 7 p.m. Thursday, multiple 911 calls reported a swimmer in distress near Monroe Boulevard.
The tree fell on a green cab stopped at a traffic light on 98th Street and Fifth Avenue.
Manhattan saw the largest jump in daily violations, up nearly 150% from the previous two months.
Maxwell was arrested last Thursday on charges she helped lure at least three girls — one as young as 14 — to be sexually abused by Epstein.
The federal Bureau of Prisons said that Cohen had “refused the conditions of his home confinement and as a result, has been returned to a BOP facility.”
In addition to the vicious beating, the hotel worker claims there were racial slurs used.
A new report says the island lost a greater percentage of jobs than New York City, and could lose more than a quarter of its workforce by year's end.
De Blasio argued reforms can only move quickly when there’s “unity of command” and “true accountability.”
The coronavirus pandemic has shuttered Broadway through the end of the year, at least, forcing thousands of young actors to find creative ways to make ends meet.
Parents of children attending Catholic schools throughout the Archdiocese of New York are now scrambling after it was announced 20 schools would be closing.
In Hoboken, New Jersey, most but not all residents and visitors are adhering to the new mask mandate implemented as coronavirus cases increase.
A Hackensack family had four member graduate this spring, but didn't get to have any big parties or ceremonies because of COVID-19.
CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez spoke with Dr. Joshua Sabari from NYU's Langone's Perlmutter Cancer Center about new lung cancer screenings that could reduce mortality rates.
The court ruled 7-2 in a case in which it heard arguments by telephone in May because of the coronavirus pandemic.
They held up signs and raised their voices.
The MVC may need to change its name from Motor Vehicle Commission to Motor Vehicle Campsite.
New York Times
The author and clinical psychologist Andrew Solomon examines the disabilities that ramps and reserved parking spots don’t address.
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The mood in Melbourne among family and friends and strangers on the internet is defeated and dark.
Here’s what you need to know.
Ms. Añez is the second Latin America leader this week, after President Jair Bolsonaro of Brazil, to disclose an infection, a sign the region is at the epicenter of the global outbreak.
There are signs the death rate, which had stayed relatively low during the current surge, is starting to climb.
The measure, over human rights abuses against mainly the Uighur ethnic group, is likely to ratchet up tensions between Washington and Beijing.
The United States provided no evidence that its fatal January drone strike against General Suleimani was in response to an imminent threat, said a United Nations special rapporteur.
New medicines are desperately needed to treat a growing number of drug-resistant infections, but many companies developing the drugs are short on cash and investments.
Here’s what you need to know.