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Here’s why Texas lost water and power after a snowstorm

As many as 4 million Texans were left in the dark in freezing temperatures.

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Yankee Stadium becomes COVID-19 vaccine site for Bronx residents only

Yankee Stadium officially opened as a mass vaccination site on February 5 with 15,000 appointment openings in the first week.

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Willoughby Avenue housing nightmare

New York has temporarily enacted an eviction moratorium  in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, but what happens when you are forced to leave your home anyways?

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Dating apps can be a dangerous space for LGBTQ users

Members of the LGBTQ+ community have been targeted on dating apps by individuals who seek to harm them. Some have been victims of robbery, assault and hate crimes.

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Trump is acquitted

Seven Republicans joined 50 Democrats in voting “guilty'', but they fell 10 votes shy of the 67 votes needed to charge Trump with inciting the insurrection. 

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Pakistanis “not surprised” by Trump’s acquittal

Many Pakistanis believe that Trump was directly responsible for the insurgency. 

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Food delivery drivers keep moving during snowstorm

Bad weather usually means more business.

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Little Italy’s restaurants need indoor dining to survive pandemic

According to Eater NYC, around 1,000 restaurants in NYC have permanently closed due to rent payments piling up.

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Advocates want more for homeless during a snowstorm

A snowstorm expected to leave 16-22 inches of snow and blizzard conditions moves officials to urge New Yorkers to stay inside. But what about those who do not have a home?

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Commuters brace for yet another MTA fare hike

Some subway-goers are unhappy with the service. They would like to see the MTA improve their system before raising fares.