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Morning Brief: January 9

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"La La Land" was the big winner last night at the Golden Globes, taking home a record seven awards, including best Best Musical or Comedy. "Moonlight" only got one last night, but it was a big one, Best Drama. And Meryl Streep denounced Trump in her acceptance speech, calling him a bully and urging people to support the Committee to Protect Journalists. Trump has already dismissed Streep as "a Hillary lover."


Airstrikes by Russia Buttress Turkey in Battle vs. ISIS [New York Times]

Trump Confidants Serving as Presidential Advisers Could Face Tangle of Potential Conflicts [Washington Post]

System-Wide Underground MTA Wi-Fi, Cell Service to Start Monday [CBS New York]

NYPD to Increase Oversight of Homeless Shelter Security, Officials Say [DNAinfo]

Cuomo to Propose Bill the Clamps Down on Wage Theft from Out-of-State Companies [NY Daily News]



The Giants fell to the Packers 38-13.

The Nets lost to the Cavaliers 116-108 Friday and lost to the 76ers 105-95 yesterday.

The Knicks beat the Bucks Friday 116-111, but lost to the Pacers 123-109 Saturday.

The Rangers topped the Blue Jackets 5-4 Saturday.

The Islanders fell to the Avalanche 2-1 Friday and to the Coyotes by the same score Saturday.

The Devils were beaten by the Maple Leafs 4-2 Friday and the Oilers 2-1 Saturday.


The Knicks host the Pelicans at 7:30.

The Devils face the Panthers at 7.


Mostly cloudy and cold, the clearing up for overnight, 27/21 [Full Forecast]


On this day in 1776, Thomas Paine published Common Sense.

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