New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (right) announced a proposal Tuesday to offer tuition-free college to lower-income New Yorkers. His plan mirrors those of last year's Democratic presidential hopefuls, including Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders (left). Mary Altaffer/AP hide caption

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The Radio City Rockettes with Donald Trump in 2004. The Rockettes' union announced late Friday that no dancer would be obligated to perform at the president-elect's inauguration last month. Scott Gries/Getty Images hide caption

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If you see a bias-based attack at a subway station, do you know how to intervene? Activists in New York City are preparing people with tips like engaging the victim and distracting the harasser. Canadian Pacific/Flickr hide caption

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In New York, Activists Prepare Bystanders To Take Action Against Harassment

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New York City has issued roughly 900,000 ID cards since last year. Office of the Mayor of New York City hide caption

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City Officials Go To Court To Protect New Yorkers With Municipal IDs

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A protester wearing a U.S. flag faces police during a protest Wednesday in Oakland, Calif. Thousands of protesters rallied across the United States expressing shock and anger over Donald Trump's election, vowing to oppose divisive views they say helped the Republican candidate win the presidency. Josh Edelson/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, accompanied by former President Bill Clinton, gives a thumbs-up to supporters after voting at the suburban elementary school that serves as her polling place. Andrew Harnik/AP hide caption

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Ahmad Khan Rahimi spoke to an Elizabeth, N.J., court by video from his hospital bed Thursday. He entered pleas of not guilty to charges connected with Sept. 17 bombings in New Jersey and New York. KENA BETANCUR/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Born In The U.S., Raised In China: 'Satellite Babies' Have A Hard Time Coming Home

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New York Governor Andrew Cuomo (R) visits the scene of an explosion on West 23rd Street Sept. 18, 2016 in New York. An explosion rocked one of the most fashionable neighborhoods of New York, injuring 29 people, one seriously, a week after America's financial capital marked the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. Bryan R. Smith/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Pleasure boats are docked along the Erie Canal in Fairport, N.Y. Some are asking whether the canal is worth subsidizing now that it's no longer a major commercial waterway. Hansi Lo Wang/NPR hide caption

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A Piece Of The Past, A Price In The Present: Paying For The Erie Canal

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Then: A composite image of Donald Trump (left, clockwise), New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, Sen. Hillary Clinton, Tim Kaine, Rep. Nancy Pelosi and Rep. Tim Kaine. Getty Images and AP hide caption

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Catholic Church Groups Fight Bills To Revive Old Sex Abuse Cases

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Cholera patients are treated at the Cholera Treatment Center in the Carrefour area of Port-au-Prince, Haiti, in December 2014. The Caribbean country's cholera outbreak started in 2010. Hector Retamal/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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People gather for a demonstration Saturday in the Queens borough of New York, near a crime scene after the leader of a New York City mosque and an associate were fatally shot as they left afternoon prayers. Craig Ruttle/AP hide caption

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In New York, fantasy sports sites such as DraftKings and FanDuel — whose app and site are shown as they appeared in October — will now be regulated by the state's gaming commission. Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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The Rawlings plant in Dolgeville, N.Y., makes about 300,000 bats a year and employs about 40 people. Brian Mann/North Country Public Radio hide caption

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A Beetle May Soon Strike Out Baseball's Famous Ash Bats

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