Morning Brief: April 9
Mayor De Blasio urges CBS to keep the Late Show in New York City. [CBS Local]
Sunny today, with a high near 59. Slight chance of showers late tonight. Low around 48. [Full Forecast]
Need to Know
Wrongfully convicted man from Brooklyn set free after serving 24 years of prison. [NY Daily News]
Details about Al Sharpton's time as an informer. [NY Times]
A Long Island nursing home's facing a lawsuit after workers hired a male stripper to perform for residents. [CBS Local]
UConn basketball strikes again; this time in the women's championship. [NY Times]
The Brooklyn Nets play the Orlando Magic tonight at 7.
On Stage Tonight
The Pains of Being Pure at Heart, Parquet Courts @ The Greene Space, 8.
James Vincent McMorrow, Aiden Knight @ The Bowery Ballroom, 8.
Today in History
In 1959, NASA announces the selection of America's first 7 astronauts.