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Parents, Students Protest Decision To Keep Classrooms Closed In Montclair, NJStudents in Montclair, New Jersey were supposed to head back into their classrooms Monday for the first time since March. Despite the superintendent's announcement, it didn't happen.
Caught On Video: Random Sucker Punch Attack In The Bronx Leaves Victim With Broken Jaw; Mount Hope Residents Say 'It's The Usual Around Here'As the victim struggles to stand, the suspect appears to go after him a second time, sending the injured 47-year-old running for safety.
Biden Revokes Trump's Ban On Transgender Americans Serving In The MilitaryPresident Joe Biden signed an executive order Monday revoking a presidential memorandum from former President Donald Trump that disqualified most transgender individuals from military service, reversing the controversial policy in an anticipated move in his first week in office.
Poll: 42% Of New Yorkers Hesitant To Get COVID Vaccine As Soon As It's Available; Numbers Much Lower Among MinoritiesThe Bronx River Houses was the first stop for a mobile vaccination unit that hopes to reach 15,000 NYCHA seniors over the next eight weeks.
Storm Watch: Snow In Store Tuesday, As Bitter Cold Stretch ContinuesSnow will start to fall around midnight, but won't become widespread until Tuesday morning.
Stimulus Check Latest: Parents Could Receive Monthly Payments With Expanded Child Tax CreditDemocrats are reportedly drafting a plan to expand the Child Tax Credit, which could lead to monthly payments for millions of the neediest Americans.
Rudy Giuliani Faces $1.3 Billion Lawsuit Over Fraud Claims During 2020 ElectionThe voting machine company Dominion filed the defamation lawsuit against Giuliani Monday morning. 
Suspect Hospitalized After Possible Carjacking Leads To Police-Involved Shooting In QueensPolice said the victim left his car running while he went inside a restaurant to grab food. When he came out, it was gone. 

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