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Army returns home after completing COVID-19 mission in New York 

Troops from all around the country helped civilian staff at the Jacob Javits Convention Center in Manhattan, and the Lincoln Center in the Bronx for more than six weeks.

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Protests continue in honor of George Floyd

After countless deaths at the hands of the police demonstrators are demanding reform and justice.

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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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From Harlem to the Lower East Side, protestors march, scream and battle for racial justice

Clashes with police occurred across downtown Manhattan through the night.

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New York City erupts in cry for racial justice

Demonstrations will continue throughout the weekend and into next week.

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A dictatorship called COVID-19

The city that never sleeps is in deep slumber.

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Warm weather brings crowds to Prospect Park

Prospect Park, the second largest park in Brooklyn which surrounds  five neighborhoods, has become a popular gathering spot for many.

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During pandemic NYC tenants in limbo

With many tenants out of work and rent strike movements growing, it’s becoming more and more difficult to find any kind of historical precedent for the current crisis.