Morning Brief: September 20th
The annual Coney Island Film Festival kicks off today in Brooklyn. [More Details]
Sunny today with a high of 77, tonight mostly clear with a low of 60. [Full Forecast]
Need to Know
Some sources say shootings in New York City are up since a recent ruling on stop-and-frisk. [CBS New York]
Some New York City Hispanics laid out a plan for the next mayor of the Big Apple. [WFUV News]
A New Jersey Judge has resigned for a funny reason. [ABC News]
Yankees lost 6-2 in Toronto. The Bronx Bombers host the Giants tonight at 7:05.
Mets fell 2-1 at home to San Francisco. The Amazins' travel to Philadelphia and take on the Phillies at 7:05.
Today in History
In 2001, President George W. Bush announced a "war on terror" following the September 11th attacks on the World Trade Center.
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