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Storm Clouds Rise Over N.Y. Marathon

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They are taking a risk and pushing a big shoe forward, putting more on the line this weekend than just tens of thousands of runners. The New York City Marathon will go on as scheduled Sunday, according to Mayor Michael Bloomberg, and the decision has provoked a fury in a storm-battered city.

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