Morning Brief: August 27
Get out of the rain and relax after a stressful day of work. Come on down and test your 'Clueless' recall. (Must be 21 years of age.) [More information]
Scattered showers today and tonight. It may be a good idea to pack that umbrella. [Full forecast]
NEED TO KNOW
New York City school-zone speed cameras will begin operating on Sept. 9. [Wall Street Journal]
Here's where New York City's mayoral candidates stand on the issues of stop-and-frisk, inspector general bill. [Huffington Post]
The operator of over 50 New York and New Jersey Dunkin' Donuts franchises will have to pay over $200,000 in back wages. [NBC News]
A police chief on the Jersey Shore has been charged with assault. [NBC News]
Yankees at Toronto Blue Jays; 7:07 p.m.
Philadelphia Phillies at Mets; 7:10 p.m.
2003: Mars comes closest to Earth in over 60,000 years.
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