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Get gifts for everyone on your list at one of New York City's holiday markets.

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More than 2,600 New Yorkers say they'll march down Fifth Ave. on Jan. 21.

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The Union Square Holiday Market will be open until Christmas Eve.

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Demonstrators marched from Union Square to Trump Tower, where some protesters burned an American flag.

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A subway bandit used stolen cards to buy stuff at two Duane Reades, police said.

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People thought a nude Trump statue was funny. Not so much when a naked Clinton popped up.

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The map was published with Solnit's essay "City of Women" in the New Yorker on Wednesday.  

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The 11-year-old boy suffered pain and bruising to his head and arms, police said.

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Trains were suspended between Union Square and Eighth Avenue, the MTA said. 

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A woman was attacked with a lighter in Union Square on Sept. 10, police said.

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The demonstrators were marching in solidarity with protests in North Carolina.

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A Bedford-Stuyvesant man touched a woman's butt in Union Square, police said.

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A 19-year-old man suspected of stealing a car in New Jersey was arrested for swinging a sword.

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The nude sculpture of the presidential hopeful was removed by city workers hours after it appeared.

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The Times Square subway station felt like it was 110 degrees.