Men’s Results from the U.S. Open

Novak Djokovic proved that he is still one of the most competitive male tennis players in the world. He topped Argentinian No. 3 ranked Juan Martin del Potro 6-3, 7-6, 6-3 on Sunday for the last Grand Slam title of the year. The crowds at Flushing Meadows, New York were still recovering from the drama that ensued on Saturday at the match between Naomi Osaka and Serena Williams. Williams got into a heated exchanged with umpire Carlos Ramos. (Serena was fined $17,000 for her violations.) This match proved to be…

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Osaka Tops Serena Williams at U.S. Open After Disputable Call

On Saturday in Flushing Meadows, New York, Naomi Osaka became the first Japanese person to win a Grand Slam title. The 20-year-old won the U.S. Open finals over No. 17 ranked Serena Williams. She won the match 6-2, 6-4, but there was a lot of controversy over the officiating. Osaka’s consistency, composure, and focus in the first set contributed to her impeccable performance. During the second set, Umpire Carlos Ramos accused her of getting on-court coaching signals from her coach, Patrick Mouratoglou. Mouratoglou later admitted in an interview with ESPN’s…

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Cuomo vs. Nixon: A Night Filled With One-Liners and Little Progress

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and gubernatorial candidate Cynthia Nixon clashed in a heated debate after weeks of attacking each other from afar. The two candidates represent opposing viewpoints within New York’s Democratic party, and they definitely clashed. The debate featured everything from sharp and fast attacks to eruptions of frustration. The candidates discussed President Donald Trump, New York’s subways, health care policy, and accusations of corruption in the Cuomo administration. However, the candidates could not discuss any of these topics without leveling frequent jabs at each other. At one point,…

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After NY Daily News’ Staff Cuts, Local News May Be a Beast in Danger

After the New York Daily News laid off at least half of its newsroom staff last month, many people have started to fear that New York City will soon be left with a lack of local news outlets. With only 40 people left on the New York Daily News‘ staff, many fear that stories about New Yorkers will not be brought to the forefront anymore. These changes have been a long time coming, as the New York Daily News closed many of its bureaus three years ago. The Wall Street Journal did…

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Broadway Stages give $30K donation to Brooklyn deli to avoid shutdown

The Broadway Stages production company has recently done a careless action that warmed the hearts of many New Yorkers across the state. They provided a substantial amount of money to a local deli so that it wouldn’t be out of business. The Brooklyn deli was known for its bodega-style sandwiches and perogies and was beloved overall by their neighbors and nearby community. The company gave them thirty thousand dollars to make up for a significant increase in rent for their establishment. The act has motivated the store’s owners to keep…

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