Morning Brief: July 17
Starting today, the Museum of Modern Art is screening 70 science-fiction films. The movie series runs until August 31st. [Read More]
NEED TO KNOW
Trump Goes on Attack as Russia Revelations Appear to Take Toll [NY Times]
UAE orchestrated hacking of Qatari government sites, sparking regional upheaval, according to U.S. intelligence officials [Washington Post]
New York Democrats Tell ICE: Stay Away from Human Trafficking Courts [WNYC]
De Blasio, Stringer Announce Mutual Endorsements In 2017 Election [CBS NY]
Chuck Schumer slams Amtrak economy seating proposal [amNY]
The Yankees had a doubleheader yesterday. In the first game, the Yankees beat the Red Sox 3-0. In the second game, the Red Sox beat the Yankees 3-0.
The Rockies beat the Mets 13-4.
In tennis, Roger Federer won his 8th Wimbledon Tile.
The Yankees face the Twins at 8:10.
The Mets play the Cardinals at 7:10.
Partly cloudy, with a high near 84. [Full Forecast]
ON STAGE TONIGHT
ZIGGY MARLEY AT THE WELLMONT THEATRE
MASHROU LEILA AT LE POISSON ROUGE
JON PARIS AT B-B KING BLUES CLUB
REVEREND VINCE ANDERSON AT UNION POOL
WFUV PRESENTS: YO LA TENGO AT CENTRAL PARK SUMMERSTAGE
TODAY IN HISTORY
On this day in 1955, Disneyland opened to the public.
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