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Morning Brief: September 14th

Morning Brief: September 14th [Freedom House, flickr]

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The migrant crisis in Europe has escalated today. Eyes are on Austria as they deploy trops to their Hungarian boder to help deal with the ever mounting influx of Middle Eastern migrants. European Ministers are holding an emergency meeting later today.
 
Need To Know
Austria Deploys Troops [BBC]
 
President Obama's Heading to Iowa [New York Times]
 
Hudson Yards Subway Station Opens [CBS New York]
 
DeBlasio's Immigration Coalition Announces Big Goals [New York Times]
 
Whistle Blower in NYPD Says Upper Echolons are Racist [New York Daily News]
 
Sports
YESTERDAY
 
Yankees beat the Toronto Blue Jays 5-0
 
Mets beat the Atlanta Braves 10-7
 
TODAY
 
Mets face the Marlins at 7:10
 
Yankees take on the Tampa Bay Rays at 7:10
 
Weather
Partly cloudy, with clearer skies later tonight. 88/62 [Full Forecast]
 
On Stage Tonight
  • Heartless Bastards with Alberta Cross @ the Music Hall of Williamsburg
  • Duran Duran (with Museum Of Love) @ Terminal 5
  • Good Old War @ Revolution Bar and Music Hall
  • Howie Day @ City Winery
  • Gary Lucas And Gods And Monsters @ Joe’s Pub
  • John Batdorf @ Rockwood Music Hall
  • “Neilfest!” A Night To Celebrate The Music Of Neil Young @ the Bowery Ballroom
 
Today In History
On this day in 1901, U.S. President William McKinley died after being shot by a lunatic anarchist during the Pan-American Exposition in Buffalo, New York.
 
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