The Democratic candidates sparred over homelessness, gun violence, education and policing in a wide-ranging debate. It was their final match-up before the June 22 primary.
Although the primary is being held on Tuesday, an official winner is unlikely to be named before the week of July 12.
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State lawmakers passed a bill designed to get around a federal law giving gun manufacturers broad immunity from lawsuits, in hopes of cracking down on the smuggling of illegal weapons into New York.
After 14 months away, authorized performers returned to train platforms to play for a reduced ridership.
The Democratic candidates, debating in person for the first time, sparred over a broad range of topics, including immigration, crime, policing, education and the economy.
The virus took their mother. Now, as the city reopens, a brother and a sister are rebuilding their lives.
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