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WNBA playoffs 2022: Why the WNBA is better off with the New York Li...
It's hard to see New York upsetting Chicago in the first round. But the Liberty are as exciting to watch as any team when the offense is clicking.
World Health Organization renames 2 known lineages of monkeypox virus
The World Health Organization renamed the two known clades of the monkeypox virus Monday.
2 men open fire on crowded Queens street killing 1
Police are searching for two suspects who open fired on a crowded street in Queens killing one person.
Musk tweet joking about buying Manchester United causes stir
Elon Musk caused a stir by tweeting that he was buying the English soccer team Manchester United.
New COVID bivalent vaccine expected in US in the fall
Bivalent vaccine going to be available in the U.S. starting in the fall, is expected to provide increased and longer-lasting protection against COVID and the new variants.
Giuliani arrives to testify in Georgia 2020 election probe
It's unclear how much Giuliani is willing to say now that his lawyers have been notified he's a target of the investigation.
Polio concerns grow in New York over new CDC report
The most recent polio case was reported in June, but a new CDC study says it had been circulating in New York since at least April.
Man suffered fractured skull in brutal, random attack in the Bronx
One man is in critical condition after being brutally attacked in front of a restaurant in the Bronx.
Trial set for alleged suspect in 87-year-old grandmother's shove death
Lauren Pazienza, 26, of Port Jefferson, turned herself in at the 10th Precinct and was charged with manslaughter.
Future of Dodge, Chrysler and Jeep models will be electrified
Dodge's go-to muscle car, the Challenger, will soon be retired as its parent company looks to offer an expanded lineup of electric and hybrid vehicles.
New York City relaxes COVID rules for public schools
The New York City Department of Education will no longer randomly test students for COVID-19 when the new school year begins next month.
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