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Special Report: Shutdown: The Coronavirus

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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More Black women are choosing natural hair

The natural hair movement encourages Black women to embrace Black hair free from wigs, extensions, or chemicals that could cause damage to their natural hair roots in the long run.

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The queer community rallies behind their sacred spaces closed because of COVID-19

With COVID-19  devastating much of the country’s nightlife, many restaurants and bars have been hurting, especially the last standing 15 lesbian bars across America. 

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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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Kim and Kanye call it quits

The headline making celebrity marriage is headed to divorce court.

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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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Street vendors struggle as New Yorkers and tourists stay home

Many New York City street vendors are struggling to keep their businesses afloat, but most are excluded from unemployment benefits. They continue to work, often operating at a loss, as commuters and tourists stay home.

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Chinatown celebrates the Lunar New Year

The city's Chinese Lunar New Year celebration is smaller this year because of the pandemic but just as joyous.