The University Heights Bridge in the Bronx, N.Y., links the Bronx with Harlem over the Hudson River.
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August 3, 2022 New York City Mayor Eric Adams announces emergency contracts to help an increasing number of newly arrived immigrants access shelter
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey on Jan. 31, 2022, in Washington.
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July 10, 2022 Recently signed legislation in Arizona would bar people from recording video of police officers within 8 feet after being told not to.
People wait in line to use a public restroom at Bryant Park, in midtown Manhattan, on June 28.
July 3, 2022 The largest city in the U.S. ranks 93rd in access to public restrooms. But a new effort "will allow those New Yorkers with the dignity of a place to go," Manhattan Borough President Mark Levine says.
Interior Secretary Deb Haaland testifies before the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs on Wednesday in Washington, D.C.
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June 23, 2022 Interior Secretary Deb Haaland and tribal leaders are advocating for a congressional commission to examine the impacts of the federal Native American forced-assimilation policy.
A washed out bridge shown along the Yellowstone River Wednesday, June 15, 2022, near Gardiner, Mont.
June 15, 2022 Yellowstone National Park prepares for limited reopening as surrounding communities grapple with flood damage
High water levels in the Lamar River eroding the Northeast Entrance Road.
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June 14, 2022 "Unprecedented" floods wash out bridges, basements, and roads, close hospital
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