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Morning Brief: September 10

Morning Brief: September 10 [Photo: Evan-Amos, Wikipedia]


Yesterday, PlayStation turned 20. The original console was released back in 1995 but has since gone on to release three new models. That first model, now dubbed PS1, definitely takes a lot of gamers down memory lane. Even non gaming millenials have a happy sense of nostalgia about what was for many their first video game console. Today, the PS4 still competes with newer gaming consoles. In fact, it's dominating the field with over 25 million sold.


GOP's Populist Revolt Lands at Capitol, Complicating Iran Debate [Washington Post]

Kerry Favors an American Commitment to Bringing in More Refugees [New York Times]

New Justice Department Policy Aims to Get Tough on Wall Street Fraud [USA Today]

Family Sues Over NYC Prison Death as Ex-Inmate Speaks Out Against 'Beat Up Squad' [New York Times]

Staten Island Flooding Leaves Homes Flooded, Vehicles Ruined [CBS New York]

Salt Warning Labels Coming to NYC Chain Restaurant Menus [NY Daily News]



The Mets topped the Nationals 5-3.

The Yankees lost to the Orioles 5-3.


The Mets take on the Braves at 7:10.

The Yankees host the Blue Jays at 7:05.

The U.S. Open enters day 11.


Thunderstorms and showers likely during the day and through the night, 79/68 [Full Forecast]


• Freedy Johnston and Jeffrey Gaines @ Iridium

• The Orb (with Michna) @ the Music Hall of Williamsburg

• Beirut @ the Bell House

• Lizz Wright (with DJ Rimarkable) @ the Highline Ballroom

• Sierra Leone’s Refugee All Stars (with Debo Band) @ Brooklyn Bowl

• Steven Tyler featuring (The) Loving Mary (Band) featuring Nuno Bettencourt (with Eric Paslay and Lindsey Lee and possibly more) @ the Melrose Ballroom


On this day in 1897, the first ever drunk driving arrest was made.

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