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Long A Symbol, Stonewall Inn May Soon Become Monument To LGBT Rights

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The Triborough Bridge is seen under construction in New York City on July 10, 1935. The bridge, now known as the Robert F. Kennedy Bridge, connects Long Island with Manhattan. The Dutch Prime Minister is a fan of the biographer of Robert Moses, who was involved in building the bridge. Associated Press hide caption

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The Empire State Building And The Art Of Trump's Deal

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Time is running out for a conservative to launch a national third-party presidential campaign, as Ross Perot did in 1992. Doug Mills/AP hide caption

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Is It Too Late For A Third-Party Presidential Candidate To Run?

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High school students perform 10467, a play they wrote about how their education has been affected by lack of resources. Beth Fertig/WNYC hide caption

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NYC Teens Spotlight School Funding Woes On Stage

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The Sheridan Expressway is little-used, and neighborhood groups hope to convert it to a boulevard. Brian Naylor/NPR hide caption

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After Dividing For Decades, Highways Are On The Road To Inclusion

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