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During a meeting with Jewish leaders, de Blasio said, "Both our cities have experienced terror. Both our cities understand what it is to fight back."
There's a display copy of the newspaper at the Columbus Avenue store.
In a move that the NY Post's editors are sure to love, Mayor de Blasio will be flying to Paris tonight.
Charlie Hebdo is coming to the U.S. Or is it?
The show itself was packed with over an hour of all-new material, and revealed a slightly more aggressive and intense side of Louis.
Hundreds of people braved the cold last night to show solidarity with the victims of the Charlie Hebdo attack in Paris.
There is no specific threat against NYC related to the Paris attack, but NYPD counterterrorism chief John Miller said the department will "reconfigure" its deployment.
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