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Morning Brief: October, 11

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The latest WikiLeaks emails show that Hillary Cllinton's campaign wanted to keep its distance from New York City's Mayor Bill de Blasio. While de Blasio did not endorse Clinton until "six months after her presidential bid," he still wanted to keep a close relationship with her (NY Daily News). NY Daily News also reports that one of Clinton's aides, Huma Abedin, explained in emails how to prevent Clinton from having to deal with Mayor de Blasio directly. Emails show that the Mayor contacted Clinton's campaign about joining his upcoming event, but the campaign declined to attend. 

NEED TO KNOW

Isis Media Output Drops as Military Pressue Rises, Report Says [NY Times]

U.N. Chief Condemns Airstrike on Yemeni Funeral and Dismisses Saudi Denials [NY Times]

Fleeing the Coast Before the Storm, Only to be Trapped Inland [NY Times]

Widow of Fallen FDNY Chief Michael Fahy Asks to Donate Funds Raised by Stephen Siller Foundation to Needy Veterans [NY Daily News]

NYC Won't Convert Queens Holiday Inn Into Homeless Shelter After Fierce Public Opposition [NY Daily News

WEATHER

Clear, 63/52 [full report]

ON STAGE TONIGHT

 Eric Burdon and the Animals @ City Winery
 
 Blonde Redhead w/ Acme & Luke Temple @ Co-Cathedral of St. Joseph
 
 Cloud Nothings @ Market Hotel
 
 The Whigs w/ Caverns @ Brooklyn Bowl
 
 Boy and Bear @ Highline Ballroom
 
TODAY IN HISTORY
On this day in 1968, Apollo 7 launched from Complex 34 in Cape Canaveral, Florida. It was the first manned mission of NASA's Apollo program. 

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