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Morning Brief: September 18th

Morning Brief: September 18th
It's Hump Day!


Sunshine is expected all day today, with a high of 71. Tonight, it's going to be clear out with a low of 53. [Full Forecast

Need to Know

Democrat Bill de Blasio has a new endorsement and a lead in the polls in the race for City Hall [NY1

A federal judge denies the New York City's request to delay a stop-and-frisk ruling [Wall Street Journal

The Cronut craze continues in New York City [WFUV News


Yankees lost 2-0 to the Blue Jays. They go at it again tonight in Toronto at 7:07.

Mets fell 8-5 to the Giants. The Amazins' host San Francisco again tonight at 7:10. 

Today's History

in 1960, Fidel Castro comes to New York City as the head of the Cuban delegation to the United Nations. The relationship with Castro and the United States eventually went south. 

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