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Here's where the candidates stand on vaccine mandates.
Perhaps unsurprisingly, the candidates for New York City mayor take opposing positions on coronavirus vaccine mandates.
Two injured in Downtown Brooklyn blaze at Tony Luke's * Brooklyn Paper
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Two in court in Paris over killing of 85-year-old Jewish woman
Two men have appeared in court in Paris charged with the antisemitic murder of 85-year-old Mireille Knoll, who as a younger woman in 1942 escaped from France's most notorious second world war roundup of Jews.
Equipped with sandbags and barricades, weekend's flood threats don't hold water
After the Bay Area weathered an "atmospheric river" and "bomb cyclone" over the weekend, it seems the storm has left the Mission District with relatively little damage.
A Vodka Rises From the Smoke of the California Wildfires
Can there be an upside to wildfires that ravaged some California vineyards? At Hangar 1, a spirits company in Alameda, Calif., they may have found one.
Sutton: 82-year-old woman dies in south London house fire
A n 82-year-old woman has died in a house fire in Sutton.
Part of the ground floor of a semi-detached house on Morden Way was damaged by the fire.
Opinion | A Spotlight on the Women Who Write the Plays
Re " Theater Needs a Gender Reckoning, Too," by Theresa Rebeck (Opinion guest essay, Oct. 15):
'It still gives me nightmares': the firefighters on the frontline as the world burns
Babis Zacharis Hellenic fire service volunteer, Athens
In Greece, fires take up a lot of resources.
Current approach to wildfires risks lives and wastes money, say experts
A new approach is urgently needed to tackle global wildfires as current methods are no longer working, draining the public purse and placing lives at risk, according to experts.