Morning Brief: September 16th

by Kris Venezia
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Happy Monday

Weather

Forecasters expect scattered showers for New York City in the morning, with the clouds clearing up in the afternoon and a high of 71. [Full Forecast]

Need to Know

Democrat Bill Thompson is still holding out hope for a run-off election with Bill de Blasio as votes are being recounted [New York Daily News]

Two bystanders were hit with stray bullets from NYPD officers in Times Square [NY Times]

New Yorkers are getting the chance to show some love to their local library [New York Daily News]

Sports

Yankees lost 9-2 to the Boston Red Sox. The Bronx Bombers have today off. 

Mets won 1-0 against Miami. The Amazins' also get a break today. 

The Giants lost 41-23 to the Denver Broncos.

Today's History

In 1620, the Mayflower began its voyage to North America.

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