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NYPD Officers Wounded In Queens Shooting Released From Hospital In Time For ThanksgivingBoth officers were shot while responding to a domestic violence incident Tuesday in Springfield Gardens. 
U.S. Supreme Court Rules Against New York's Restrictions On Religious GatheringsCuomo imposed capacity limits on houses of worship in red and orange zones as a way to combat the coronavirus pandemic.
Bowery Mission Says Thanksgiving Meal Giveaway Is More Important Than Ever With More People Struggling During PandemicInstead of gathering inside, guests all received their meals in to-go containers and headed to nearby tents to eat.
U.S. Troops Celebrate Thanksgiving Amid The Pandemic: 'COVID Has Really United Us'For many U.S. service members deployed in the Middle East, there'll be no festive Thanksgiving lunch on Thursday. Instead, they're practicing strict social distancing, and stuck with take-out meals.
'This Too Shall Pass': Families Finding Meaningful Ways To Celebrate Thanksgiving After Tough YearEven though families may not be able to celebrate the holidays in the same room, they're still thankful for each other and hopeful they can see each other face-to-face next year.
Macy's Keeping Holiday Magic Alive With COVID-Safe Thanksgiving Day Parade: 'Some Lightness To Some Heavy Times'The Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade had the usual trappings of floats and musical performances, but no crowds. 
NYPD: Suspects Wanted In 2 Separate Subway SlashingsThe first incident happened shortly before noon Saturday on board an A train approaching the High Street station in Brooklyn. 
COVID In NYC: In Response To New Restrictions, Staten Island Restaurant Declares Itself An 'Autonomous Zone'As local COVID-19 cases continue to spike, parts of Staten Island are now in an orange zone.