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Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders both showed flashes of animosity bordering on contempt during Thursday's Democratic presidential primary debate in Brooklyn. The New York state primaries are Tuesday. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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ISO 2 Affordable Bedrooms In NYC? Good Luck With That

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When Prisoners Email Their Lawyers, It's Often Not Confidential

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Leaving Brooklyn, Bernie Sanders Found Home In Vermont

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Straight Out Of Brooklyn: 'Encyclofoodia' Pokes Fun At Foodies

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Attorney Scott Rynecki and Kimberly Ballinger, the domestic partner of Akai Gurley, filed a lawsuit seeking $50 million against the city, the NYPD and officers Peter Liang and Shaun Landau. Bebeto Matthews/AP hide caption

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Grand Jury Awaits Evidence In NYPD Shooting Of Unarmed Black Man

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Brooklyn DA Shifts Stance On Pot, But That Won't Impact NYPD

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