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Woman Mugged in Bronx Subway Station- 4 Men Attacked Her

NYCHA Fixes Will be Under Review by Monitor

NY Dem Slams Cuomo’s Abortion Celebration

Cops Seek “People of Interest” in Jussie Smollett Attack

Teen Brought in Millions to Buzzfeed, Then Got the Shaft

‘A Wall is a Wall’ Trump Tweets

Not One Dime for the Wall, Nancy Pelosi Says

Superbowl Ad About Voting Rights?

No Footage of ‘Empire’ Actor’s MAGA Country Attackers- Cops

AOC Firebacks at Starbucks Schultz

Dems Approve Raise for Furloughed Fed Workers

Amazon’s New York Quagmire

Hillary’s Not Running? Really

Trump Helping to Boot Maduro from Venezuela

Is Howard Schultz a Candidate Without a Constituency? - The New York Times

Buzzfeed Shows How New Media is Going the Way of Big Tech

Dems Want AOC Gone. Supporters Say She has Twiter Followers

Trump's a Failure - Bloomberg Says

Mike Bloomberg, mulling 2020 bid, visits New Hampshire and says Trump is ‘failing at governing’Fox News
MANCHESTER, N.H. – Former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg took aim at President Trump during his first public stop during a two-day trip to New ... #politics

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POLITICS– Congressman Eliot Engel, a top member on the House Energy and Commerce Committee, joined colleagues from both the House and Senate to unveil new legislation that would restore Net Neutrality protections for consumers and small business.


“A free and open internet is essential to modern democracy. The Trump Administration has put Net Neutrality at risk and House Democrats are committed to protecting it,” Engel said. 
“We have unveiled comprehensive legislation, the Save the Internet Act, that will protect consumers and small businesses from having their internet speeds blocked, throttled, or tiered based on usage. This bicameral legislation must be a top priority in both the House and the Senate, and I am hopeful that it will move quickly through Congress.”
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