Morning Brief: November 4

by Connor Ryan
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New York City Marathon

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The day after the marathon...

Sore after yesterday? Check out Marathon Monday, an event held from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. today at the Marathon Pavilion in Central Park, to celebrate yesterday's achievements and help your body recover. [More information]

WEATHER
Sunny, but a little cool today, with a high if 48. Partly cloudy and colder tonight. [Full forecast]

NEED TO KNOW
New York's mayoral candidates vow to make City Hall more faith-friendly. [New York Times]

A student at N.Y.U. is rescued from a shaft near campus. [New York Times]

Bill de Blasio visited Communist USSR while in college. [New York Post]

Joe Lhota slams de Blasio for 'KKK' comment reaction. [New York Observer]

ON STAGE TONIGHT
M.I.A. at Terminal 5; 7 p.m. [More information]

SPORTS
Anaheim Ducks at New York Rangers; 7:30 p.m. at Madison Square Garden

TODAY'S HISTORY
1952: The United States government establishes the National Security Agency (or NSA).

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