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Special Report: Shutdown: The Coronavirus

Cutting through COVID

Some barbers make house calls.

Special Report: Shutdown: The Coronavirus

The East Village is open! Well, sort of

Now that phase one of reopening has commenced, the vice grip of fear Covid-19 had on the city seems almost a thing of the past, at least for the people on East Ninth Street

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Pepper spray, beatings and arrests was police response to protests

Using police brutality to shut down protests calling for an end to police brutality left kids as young as 15 and women as old as 45 caught in the crossfire.

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Silent protests at McCarren Park

Greenpoint, Brooklyn residents hold nightly vigils in support of racial justice.

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George Floyd’s brother leads a memorial service in Brooklyn

“I am proud of the protests, but I am not proud of the destruction,” said Floyd.

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City protests ebb and flow from solidarity to a war zone

As day turned to night, peaceful protests turned to looting, a common theme.

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Fires and looting in Soho as protests continues

Soho was torn apart as police and firefighters struggled to keep up with crowds breaking into high-end stores and setting fires in the streets. 

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From peaceful protest to chaos

As night fell and tensions rose.

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New York City erupts in cry for racial justice

Demonstrations will continue throughout the weekend and into next week.

Special Report: Shutdown: The Coronavirus

Boston springs slowly back to life

Unlike New York, the stranglehold the coronavirus had on the city is noticeably loosening its grip.