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Several shark attacks have been reported off the coast of Long Island, New York over the past two weeks.

One surfer was knocked off his paddle board on Wednesday and was bitten on the leg by a shark on Smith Point County Park beach. He escaped after punching the underwater predator.

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In 2019, Caroline Spiegel was left with a choice: to continue her studies as a senior at Stanford University or to drop out to pursue her tech startup full time.

She decided to leave behind the Ivy League campus to dedicate her time and energy to Quinn, an erotic audio app that is revolutionizing the way women consume pornographic content — without visuals.

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A New York Airbnb host went viral on TikTok this week for sharing a shocking video of the aftermath left by a guest staying in her apartment.

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New York police have arrested a 62-year-old man in connection with Tuesday's mass shooting on the subway in Brooklyn.

Frank Robert James, 62, was taken into custody in Manhattan's East Village on Wednesday afternoon, authorities said at a news conference.

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Multiple people were shot in a New York City subway station on Tuesday morning, in an attack that police say also involved a smoke grenade.

The shooting happened on the platform of a Brooklyn subway station during rush hour around 8:30 a.m., the NYPD says. At least 16 people were injured, 10 of which were shot, according to reports.*

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A manhole cover exploded without warning in the middle of New York's busy Times Square on Sunday night, sending tourists and locals scrambling in all directions.

The explosion happened around 7 p.m. in the super crowded and touristy Times Square area, where multiple videos captured a loud banging sound.

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After Hurricane Ida battered the United States all throughout this week, New York City's infrastructure felt the full effect of the natural disaster's aftermath.

New York's National Weather Service issued its first-ever flash flood emergency for NYC late on Wednesday, September 1, as a massive amount of wind and rain battered the Big Apple.*

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All restaurants, gyms and indoor entertainment venues in New York City will require proof of at least one COVID-19 vaccine dose, the city's mayor announced Tuesday, August 3.

During a live broadcast posted on his Twitter account, Mayor Bill de Blasio told New Yorkers that the policy would come into effect over the next few weeks, adding: "If you want to participate in our society fully, you've got to get vaccinated."

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The FRIENDS Experience in New York is opening up several of its recreated sets for a one-nightsleepover fortwo fans of the show who want to literally sleep, eat, and breathe Friends.

The sleepover includes dinner and drinks, a photoshoot, a Friends-themed scavenger hunt and Phoebe's Cab Escape Room, topped off by sleeping in Monica and Rachel's apartment and grabbing a morning coffee at Central Perk.

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Life is returning to normal in New York City as more businesses and events return, including Broadway shows, which will be ready to reopen this September.

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo took to Twitter on Wednesday to announce that Broadway will be reopening at full capacity on September 14, over one year since it was shut down due to the COVID-19 pandemic, with tickets on sale today.

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New York's baseball teams have joined in on the effort to get residents vaccinated this week.

On May 5, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced that fans who attend games at Yankee Stadium and Citi Field will get a free ticket if they get a dose of the Johnson & Johnson one-shot COVID-19 vaccine on their way in, where vaccine clinics are currently already operating.

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New York City may finally be coming back to life this summer

Mayor Bill de Blasio, speaking on MSNBC's "Morning Joe," said he wants to make this summer the "summer of New York City," as he looks to reopen the city 100%, including stores, restaurants, gyms, office buildings, and theaters.

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