Morning Brief: January 10
A wintry mix expected throughout the day, but it'll be a little warmer with a high of 41. Chance of rain tonight. [Full forecast]
NEED TO KNOW
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has fired an aide and extended his apology amid a heaping scandal. [New York Times]
Mayor de Blasio has called the scandal swirling around Gov. Christie "immoral." [New York Post]
Frozen waters around Manhattan have made it difficult for tour boats to navigate the city's shores. [New York Times]
NYC Schools Chancellor says she hopes to mend relationships with families of public school students. [Daily News]
Miami Heat at Nets; 8 p.m.
Dallas Stars at Rangers; 7 p.m.
Islanders at Colorado Avalanche; 9 p.m.
ON STAGE TONIGHT
Yellowbirds, Lapland; 7:30 p.m. at Mercury Lounge [More information]
1946: The General Assembly of the United Nations opens in London for the first time; 51 nations are represented.
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