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What’s the median price of a home in Brooklyn? Two New York City mayoral candidates guessed about $100,000. The outcry was swift.

Two of the richest candidates in the race for New York City mayor—ex-Citigroup executive Ray McGuire and Obama-era HUD Secretary Shaun Donovan—have no idea how much a house costs in Brooklyn

City leaders in Brooklyn Center say they could vote as soon as this Saturday on a proposed overhaul of policing in the community.

Shaun Donovan and Ray McGuire, two of the candidates seeking to become New York City’s next mayor, were asked to guess the cost to buy a home in Brooklyn. They were off by $800,000 and about 40 years

Shaun Donovan and Ray McGuire, two of the candidates seeking to become New York City’s next mayor, were asked to guess the cost to buy a home in Brooklyn. They were off by $800,000 and about 40 years.

Two candidates for mayor of New York City were way off on guessing the price of housing in Brooklyn, prompting many to call them "out of touch."

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Brooklyn Center pushes forward with proposed overhaul of city’s policing; Twin Cities restaurant owners charged with 46 counts of tax fraud; Great Lakes start to recede after two years of high water; and more in the morning Glean

"The beauty now of the city is that it used to be Midtown, downtown. Now it's Midtown, Midtown South, far West Side, lower Manhattan, Brooklyn ... gives tenants opportunities. They can find buildings now that are close to where people work," says Bill Rudin on post-pandemic NYC.

Remember the Sex and the City arc where it's a huge deal that Miranda is moving to Brooklyn

Brooklyn Center pushes forward with proposed overhaul of city’s policing; Walz says state ready to vaccinate 12-15 year-olds after FDA grants Pfizer emergency use authorization; Great Lakes start to recede after two years of high water; more in the Glean

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CNN mocked Donald Trump when he suggested violent rioters were throwing things like cans of soup at police officers. So guess what happened during CNN's live coverage of the ongoing Brooklyn City riots...

Police arrested at least 40 people at protests in Minnesota over the police killing of #DaunteWright . Brooklyn Center's city council reportedly passed a resolution banning police use of tear gas and rubber bullets, but police fired rubber bullets, tear gas and flash grenades.

A police officer in Minnesota fatally shot a young man pulled over for a traffic violation in the city of Brooklyn Center, near where a police officer is on trial in the death of George Floyd.

The bodies of hundreds of people who died in New York City during the Covid-19 surge in the spring are still in storage in freezer trucks on the Brooklyn waterfront

I hear at least 6 workers at Amazon's Whole Foods warehouse in Industry City, Brooklyn have tested positive for COVID since October 22nd. Safe social distancing is not just ignored but discouraged. The richest man in America couldn't care less about his workers. Make a ruckus.

A massive group of mourners is marching across the Brooklyn Bridge following a memorial for George Floyd in New York City.

A man was released without bail after punching a New York City police officer in the face. Video footage shows the attack-- the guy actually threw the cop to the ground in Brooklyn. What say you, Mayor de Blasio?

The NYPD officer who was caught on camera shoving a woman to the pavement during anti-police brutality protests that roiled New York City last week was charged with assault by the Brooklyn District Attorney's office.

Thousands of people protesting police violence and the death of George Floyd have taken to the streets of New York City for a third day in marches across Harlem, Brooklyn, Queens, and outside Trump Tower in Manhattan

“Local crematories are now allowed to work 24/7. At one Brooklyn hospital, the in-house morgue was filled on Tuesday. The next day, the staff ran out of bodybags. The casualties in NY are starting to severely tax the city’s ability to accommodate its dead”

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