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CUOMO-TRUMP

NEW YORK — New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo told a black congregation in Brooklyn that President Donald Trump is a "salesman" who has fooled many people in this country — but the Democrat says the Republican president hasn't fooled New Yorkers. Cuomo spoke Sunday at a Baptist church in Crown Heights, telling worshippers that the Statue of Liberty is a symbol of America's acceptance of people of all races, beliefs, languages and lifestyles. By contrast, Cuomo said, the wall Trump wants built on the Mexican border represents rejection of anyone who is different. By Verena Dobnik. UPCOMING: 300 words. AP Photo.

ARETHA FRANKLIN-WASHINGTON LEGACY

As a 21-year-old, Aretha Franklin worked on her singing voice in New York during the summer of 1963, her father, Rev. C. L. Franklin, raced to finish the final touches on the planned March on Washington. Nearly five decades later, Franklin found herself in Washington and performing "My Country 'Tis of Thee" at the inauguration of the nation's first black president. It wasn't the first time she sang to a Leader of the Free World. By Russell Contreras. SENT: 940 words. AP photo.

REPUBLICANS LEFT BEHIND

NEW YORK —The ranks of forgotten Republicans are growing. Some were forced out, such as Tim Pawlenty, a former two-term Minnesota governor who lost this week's bid for a political comeback. Some, such as the retiring Republican Sen. Bob Corker, chose to leave on their own. Others still serve, but with a muted voice. Whether members of Congress, governors or state party leaders, they are struggling to fit into President Donald Trump's Republican Party. By Steve Peoples. SENT: 1100 words.

ANNAN-LEGACY AND WARNINGS

UNITED NATIONS — Kofi Annan left the United Nations far more committed to combating poverty, promoting equality and fighting for human rights — and until his death Saturday he was speaking out about the turbulent world he saw moving from nations working together to solve problems, to growing nationalism. By Edith M. Lederer. SENT: 840 words, photos.

MUSIC-JANET JACKSON

NEW YORK — Janet Jackson's fans were so energetic at an event Friday for her new single that one fan chimed in so the icon could speak without interruption. "Everybody, be quiet. We can't hear her," a girl yelled, as Jackson and the rest of the packed room at Samsung 837 in New York burst into laughter. SENT: 150 words.

IN BRIEF:

— SHOT IN WHEELCHAIR: Police say a man in a wheelchair who was firing at a building during a Brooklyn party was shot by an off-duty police officer.

— INDIAN DAY PARADE: New York City hosts the largest annual celebration of Indian independence outside of India itself.

— MURDER-SUICIDE: Police say a husband and wife have died in a murder-suicide on Long Island.

— OBIT-MCREYNOLDS: Longtime pacifist and socialist activist David McReynolds has died at age 88.

— HOMELESS MAN STABBED: Police say a homeless man has been fatally stabbed inside a park in New York City.

— MILITARY BURIAL PRACTICES-HISTORIAN: A Revolutionary War historian will discuss the era's military burial practices when he gives a talk at a New York historic site located on one of the conflict's most famous battlefields.

— DOCTRINE OF DISCOVERY: Members of the Six Nations of the Iroquois and experts in Native American legal and civil rights issues are hosting a conference in central New York for discussions on 500-year-old Vatican edicts whose impacts are still felt.

— BEACH CLOSED-NEEDLES: A Long Island beach has been closed after the discovery there of dozens of discarded hypodermic needles.

SPORTS:

BBN-METS-PHILLIES

PHILADELPHIA — Jacob deGrom didn't take any chances of being lifted after a rain delay. Then, the New York Mets ace finished off one of his best performances of the year. DeGrom pitched his first complete game of the season and lowered his major league-leading ERA to 1.71, leading the Mets over the Philadelphia Phillies 3-1 Saturday. By Aaron Bracy. SENT: 820 words, photos.

BBA-BLUE JAYS-YANKEES

NEW YORK — Giancarlo Stanton hit one of New York's four homers, Luis Severino struck out eight while pitching into the sixth inning and the Yankees beat the Toronto Blue Jays 11-6 on Saturday. By Charles O'Brien. SENT: 735 words, photos.

YANKEES-1998 CHAMPIONSHIP

NEW YORK — Mariano Rivera, Andy Pettitte and Jorge Posada returned to the Bronx on Saturday for the New York Yankees' celebration of their 1998 World Series championship team. By Charles O'Brien. SENT: 400 words, photos.

FBN-GIANTS-SHURMUR

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — New York Giants coach Pat Shurmur isn't looking at the annual preseason game against the Jets as a final dress rehearsal for the upcoming season. It's just another chance for his players to put some good football on tape and enhance their chances of making the 53-man roster. By Tom Canavan. SENT: 500 words, photos.