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First Doses Of Pfizer's COVID Vaccine Expected In New York On Dec. 15, Gov. Andrew Cuomo SaysThe state is expecting receive enough doses for 170,000 New Yorkers, the governor said.
Witnesses Describe 'Huge, Black Cloud Of Smoke' After Explosion In Englewood, New JerseyOfficials have still not said what caused a massive explosion at a storage facility on Wednesday morning.
Staten Island Bar Owner Keith McAlarney Speaks Out After Refusing To Follow Orange Zone Rules: 'I'm Just Trying To Support My Family'Owner Keith McAlarney and his attorney showed up at the bar Wednesday morning, saying he's not happy but he'll follow the rules and switch to take-out only.
De Blasio To Parents Of Students Registered For In-Person Learning: Use It Or Lose ItStarting Monday, school buildings reopen for 3-K through fifth grade students. 
Man Slashed In The Face Aboard Subway In ManhattanThe NYPD is looking for a suspect after a man was slashed in the face while on the subway.
Elliot Page, Oscar Nominated Star Of 'Juno,' 'Inception' And More, Comes Out As TransgenderIn a powerful social media post, Elliot Page, formerly known as Ellen Page, wrote "My joy is real, but it is also fragile."
Interfaith Leaders Meet To Discuss Role Of Faith During COVID PandemicDozens of faith leaders from across the city gathered for Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adam's annual interfaith breakfast Wednesday.
Nurses Strike Continues At Montefiore New Rochelle HospitalThe first day of the strike began Tuesday outside the hospital.