Morning Brief: September 17th

by Kris Venezia
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A teddy bear is wearing a sweater.

flickr, mandalinarossa

Sweater weather hits New York City with Autumn coming soon.

Weather

The clouds are going away as it should be sunny today with a high of 67. Tonight, the weather should be clear with a low of 50. [Full Forecast]

Need to Know

Bill Thompson has windrawn from the New York City mayoral race, leaving Bill de Blasio to run as the Democrat. [NY Times]

The gunman who opened fire on civilians in Washington DC was born in New York City. [NBC New York]

Westchester lawmakers call for restoration of education funding. [WFUV News]

Miss New York was crowned Miss America for 2014. [New York Daily News]

Sports

The New York Yankees are on the road in Toronto to take on the Blue Jays at 7:07.

The New York Mets host the San Francisco Giants at 7:10.

Today's History

In 1787, the United States Constitution is signed. The Constitution has since been ratified twenty-six times.

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