Morning Brief: February 11

by Stephanie Colombini
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Morning Brief: February 11

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Small businesses get some temporary Obamacare relief.

The Obama administration is giving small businesses an extra year to provide workers with health coverage. [CBS News]

Weather 

Mostly sunny tomorrow, with highs of 27.  Expect clear skies through the night, with a low of around 15. [Full Forecast]

Need to Know

Mayor Bill de Blasio promises immigration reform and a higher mimimum wage for New Yorkers in his State of the City address. [NY Times]

18 new subpoenas in George Washington Bridge lane closure investigation. [NY Times]

Ice piles taking a toll on Westchester drivers. [CBS Local]

Sports 

No New York sports tonight.

Click here for full Sochi Winter Olympics schedule.

On Stage Tonight

The Word ft. John Medeski, Robert Randolph, Cody Dickinson and more @ Brooklyn Bowl; 8

WFUV Presents: On Your Radar ft. Darlingside, Meg Hutchinson, Wool & Grant, Hosted by John Platt from WFUV @ Rockwood Music Hall: Stage 2; 7

Today in History

In 1945, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt signs the Yalta agreement with British Prime Minister Winston Churchill and Soviet Union leader Josef Stalin during War II.

 

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