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Morning Brief: January 7

Morning Brief: January 7
Baby, it's cold outside

Be sure to bundle up for the next few days because yesterday was just a taste of the freezing cold weather to hit the country in the next few days. With wind chills, it could feel as cold as 25 below in some northern suburbs in the tri-state area. The mid-west is going to be hit even harder. Here in New York, temperatures aren't expected to reach above freezing until Sunday. Mayor de Blasio's urging New Yorkers to prepare for the cold. So if you can, this'll be a good week to stay in and catch up on some Netflix, and avoid the outside.


Possible Civilian Casualties During Strikes Against ISIL [New York Times]

Boehner Keeps Position as House Speaker [Washington Post]

Two Suspects Arrested in Bronx Police Shooting [CBS Local]

Mario Cuomo Laid to Rest [WFUV News]

Unofficial Street Sign Honoring Slain Cops to be Taken Down [DNAinfo]



The Devils beat the Sabres 4-1.

The Islanders lost to the Canucks 3-2.


The Rangers are in Anaheim at 10:30.

The Nets host the Celtics at 7:30.

The Knicks are in DC at 7:30.


Very cold and windy, 26/9. [Full Forecast]


  •  The Madeleine Peyroux Trio @ City Winery
  • “10th Annual Elvis Presley Birthday Bash” featuring Robert Gordon @ the B.B. King Blues Club and Grill
  •  !!! (with Mister Saturday Night DJs) @ Union Pool
  •  Walter Parks and Amy Fairchild featuring Kenny White @ Rockwood Music Hall


On this day in 1789, the first presidential election was held in the U.S.

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