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Top NYC news: MTA launches express service on F train; 76 anti-ICE protesters arrested; more

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Ric Ocasek, lead singer of influential new-wave band The Cars, found dead in NYC, police say

Ric Ocasek, the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame singer whose popular new-wave band, The Cars, left a profound impact on rock music, was found dead in his New York City apartment on Sunday, a police spokesman said. Ocasek was 75.

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MTA launches express service on F train, New York City’s slowest subway line

Limited rush-hour express service returns on the F train line in Brooklyn starting Monday.

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New York City schools want to ban chocolate milk

Holy cow! The city Department of Education wants to ban chocolate milk from schools as part of a health bid. 

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76 anti-ICE protesters arrested after forcing Manhattan Microsoft to close early

New York City police said Saturday that 76 immigration policy protesters had been arrested at a demonstration outside Microsoft's flagship store in midtown Manhattan.

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Making comfort dogs an everyday part of school

Some schools, including a public high school in New York City, are embracing a program that allows comfort dogs on campus. 

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