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WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump plans to assign a New York billionaire to lead a broad review of U.S. (read more)


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A Q train with 135 passengers on board derailed at the Brighton Beach station, snarling subway service for about 8 hours on Friday, according to officials (read more)

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