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New Yorkers Reflect On Former NYC Mayor David Dinkins' Impact
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'Six-hour queues' as New Yorkers rush for COVID testing ahead of Thanksgiving
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Former NBA Stars Help New Yorkers In Need
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Fauci urges weighing the risks of holiday travel
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'Pink Friday' event pushes Western New Yorkers to shop small
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Many New Yorkers Waiting In Long Lines For COVID Testing
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Ready to Rock Out Hunger: DJ Jickster starts week-long stay in trailer on Tuesday for FeedMore WNY
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Expert: COVID-19 is spreading faster in Ohio than it is in the entire country
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How residents of these states are the best at saving money
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New Yorkers Waiting In Long Lines To Get Tested For COVID-19
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Do you have COVID fatigue?
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Mayor De Blasio Sounds Alarm Over Rising COVID-19 Infection Rate
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Summer In November?
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Biden supporters run through fountain in Washington Square Park during celebrations
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New Yorkers React As Vice President-Elect Kamala Harris Makes History
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New Yorkers Flood Streets In Celebration After Joe Biden Is Announced As President-Elect
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Times Square Flooded With New Yorkers Celebrating Projected Win For Joe Biden
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Times Square Packed As New Yorkers Celebrate Joe Biden's Projected Win
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New Yorkers cheer, wave flags, and dance to celebrate the election result
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New Yorkers gather in Times Square to celebrate after Biden beats Trump to US presidency
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Further footage shows New Yorkers cheering after Biden wins the presidency
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New Yorkers heard cheering after Biden wins the presidency
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New Yorkers dance as election returns trend towards a Trump loss
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New Yorkers anxiously await results of historic election in Times Square
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