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"In Harlem troubles. We see down in the subway. Speaking of which by now, you've heard the one about the guy who punched the subway conductor in the nose last night on a four train out of Harlem. And so you probably also heard the one about the same conductor who decided, oh, no, I'm not going to be your punching bag before he commenced a punching the living daylights out of the attacker is happened. Just after midnight. The conductor told the the thirty year old guy to stop blocking the door. So we can keep this thing moving. Well, Mr. Floyd Mayweather wanna be walked over and punch the Thirty-three-year-old conductor. Police say who decided Floyd Mayweather, meet iron, Mike Tyson and proceeded to suck the crap out of it. Cops came in hall the guy off with the bloody nose. Tony you town with the transit workers union says we're not trying to get into a big fight with anybody or any five. But sometimes you gotta do what you gotta do. When you get punched in the face. You're gonna wanna you're going to want to defend yourself and nothing is happening. We continue to get it folded, and he's got. Subway conducted went to the hospital low cut on his nose. But he'll be all right for his part. The suspect is now saddled boxing in jail cell getting ready for his next round. With the judge. We've been reporting on the excitement on part of many Bodega owners. So the idea that they might soon be able to sell recreational plot right along with cigarettes lottery tickets and beer, right out of their places. But not every Bodega owner is on board with that with reps from one group telling our Juliet Papa today, we've got kids coming in here. We don't need to be selling dope. The organization representing five thousand Bodega owners in New York City is opposed to the sale of legalize marijuana in their groceries. Francisco Martinez is the treasurer sees that we will be selling the marijuana. And in case gonna be buying candy buying meals myself going to see something like very normal, very. Motivation for. They can get some one in the group. Also worries about to curiosity whether they'd be robbed. And then there are regulations, we don't even know more regulation. He says fines would just be another revenue generator. Juliet Papa ten ten wins in Inwood wins. News time, six twenty six. Now. Bloomberg money watch on ten ten wins presented by first Republic Bank. And here's Larry kofsky stocks fell for a fifth day. The Dow Jones industrial average lost twenty two the S and P five hundred fell five then is that composite dropped thirteen job growth in the US slowed almost to a halt last month. The government says employers added just twenty thousand jobs fewest in over a year. Goldman Sachs senior strategist Abby Joseph Cohen says it's a sign of slowing growth looking at a US economy that we don't think we'll see a recession, but there has been a moderation in GDP. It was good news in the report. The unemployment rate fell from four percent to three point eight wages grew at a faster than expected pace three point. Four percent from year earlier, the Chrysler building is changing hands. Sources tell Bloomberg our f-. Our holdings has agreed to pay about one hundred fifty million dollars for the art deco tower near Grand Central the deal. Does not include the land beneath the building the land is owned by Cooper union. Bloomberg money. Watch."