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Morning Brief: September 10

Morning Brief: September 10
It's Election Day!

Polls are open from 6am to 9pm for registered voters to make their picks in New York City’s primary elections.  Follow @WFUVNews on Twitter tonight for updates from key mayoral candidates’ election night events.


A warm day after to remind you it isn’t Autumn just yet.  Partly cloudy, high of 87. [full forecast]


Check out where NYC’s Mayoral candidates stand on key issues before heading to the polls. [New York Times]

Apple’s expected to launch tow new versions of the iPhone today. [The Guardian]

New Jersey passes new laws “easing access” to medical marijuana for children. [CNN]


Rafael Nadal beats Novak Djokovic in Queens for the US Open Singles Title. [ESPN]

Yankees lose to the Orioles 4-2.  They play again in Baltimore at 7.

Mets get crushed by the Nationals 9-0.  They meet again in Queens at 7.


On this day in 1932, New York City's third competing subway system, the municipally-owned IND, is opened.  That system makes up much of today’s A, B, C, D, E, F, and G lines.

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