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Morning Brief: March 28

by Stephanie Colombini
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Victor Villanueva, flickr

New York City's population keeps growing.

Census Bureau says New York City's population is at an all-time high. [CBS Local]

Weather

Showers today, with a low near 54.  Light rain tonight, which should turn to fog after 2 a.m.  Low around 46. [Full Forecast]

Need to Know

President Obama meets with Pope Francis. [Washington Post]

Doubt lingers after internal report clears Chris Christie. [NBC]

Report says mother warned Queens school to keep an eye on her autistic son before his disappearance. [NY Times]

Sports

The New York Knicks play the Phoenix Suns tonight at 10.

The New York Islanders host the New Jersey Devils Saturday at 7.

Keep up with March Madness [NCAA]

On Stage Tonight

The XX @ Park Avenue Armory, 8.

PopGun Presents: MDNR, the Mast, Milan @ Glasslands Gallery, 8.

Today in History

In 1986, more than 6,000 radio stations played "We Are the World" simultaneously at 10:15 a.m. est.

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