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 2021-04-13 01:17 

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Daunte Wright shooting: Brooklyn Center city manager fired after call for due process for police officer...

Brooklyn Center City Manager Curt Boganey was fired on Monday evening, hours after he publicly disagreed with Mayor Mike Elliott's assertion that the police officer who fatally shot a black man in the Minneapolis suburb should be immediately fired in ...

 2021-04-13 01:12 

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Yankees do right thing by supporting heartbroken Aaron Hicks...

The times have changed, thank goodness. Aaron Hicks felt comfortable enough to walk into the office of his manager Aaron Boone on Monday and tell him that, for very legitimate reasons, he needed a mental day. Boone sensed his player's pain enough to g...

 2021-04-13 00:59 

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Questions swirl around Nets' health ahead of stretch run...

With Brooklyn's clash Monday night in Minnesota being postponed not due to COVID-19, but the police killing of Daunte Wright there are still 19 games left in the regular-season. And the Nets have a number of questions to sort out before the postseason...

 2021-04-13 00:48 

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NY state Sen. Julia Salazar says male colleague told her she looked 'like a Bond girl'...

New York state Sen. Julia Salazar (D-Brooklyn) says an older male colleague once told her she looked "like a Bond girl" while in the legislative chamber. Salazar, 30, recalled the encounter in a New York Times article published Monday that detaile...

 2021-04-13 00:30 

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Ex-Giants kicker Aldrick Rosa was bloody, barefoot during arrest: 'Pretty messed up'...

Police video of former Giants kicker Aldrick Rosas shows him bloody and barefoot while being arrested last July. The footage, published by TMZ, shows officers stopping the 26-year-old in Chico, Calif., after Rosas allegedly T-boned another car and fled th...

 2021-04-13 00:28 

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Knicks' Julius Randle still not over his Lakers divorce...

One-time Lakers lottery pick Julius Randle hasn't forgotten his roots — nor the ending. With the Lakers facing the resurgent Knicks on Monday at the Garden, seeing the purple and gold still does something to Randle, who wore the colors for four ...

 2021-04-13 00:22 

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Daunte Wright protesters march across Manhattan Bridge in NYC...

Protesters outraged over the police shooting of Daunte Wright shut down a portion of the Manhattan Bridge Monday night as they marched onto the structure. Protestors walk across and shut down the Manhattan Bridge in solidarity with Duane Wright and the Br...

 2021-04-13 00:22 

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NYPD cop busted on marijuana charges in the Bronx...

A police officer was arrested on marijuana charges in the Bronx Monday, cops said. Catherine Soto, 31, was charged with criminal sale of a controlled substance, criminal sale of marijuana, official misconduct, criminal possession of a controlled substance...

 2021-04-13 00:11 

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Rangers close to signing NCAA champion Zac Jones...

The Rangers and Zachary Jones, the sophomore defenseman from the just crowned national champion Minutemen of UMass, are on the verge of a contract agreement that is expected to bring the 20-year-old to Broadway this season. That would burn the first seaso...

 2021-04-12 23:54 

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Embattled Cuomo might endorse for NYC mayor, and Yang, McGuire would accept...

Gov. Andrew Cuomo said he might make an endorsement in the New York City mayor's race and two candidates — Andrew Yang and Ray McGuire — said they'd welcome the scandal-scarred gov's support with open arms. All other candidates who...

 2021-04-12 23:48 

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New Yorkers with chronic illness need deliverance from this unfair insurer practice...

Imagine you have scheduled an MRI or another important treatment vital to your health care and are told it isn't covered by your insurance until the deductible is met. You point out that you already satisfied the deductible for costly prescriptions, i...

 2021-04-12 23:43 

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Inside Daniel Boulud's new restaurant Le Pavillon...

On Saturday, the city closed a swath of East 42nd Street because chef Daniel Boulud's newest project, Le Pavillon, was expecting an unusual delivery: 10,000 pounds of black olive trees trucked in from Florida. A massive crane hoisted the 20-foot-tall ...

 2021-04-12 23:37 

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China launches traffic signal for camels...

Lights, camels, action! Chinese officials have launched what they say is the world's first traffic light for camels. The signal came into operation Sunday at the Mingsha Mountain and Crescent Spring in Dunhuang City, Chinese state media outlet ECNS sa...

 2021-04-12 23:27 

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Europe's vax disaster shows Trump, UK's BoJo got biggest COVID challenge right...

In the race to save lives from the novel coronavirus, the United States and Britain are winning. A stunning 47 percent of UK residents and 36 percent of US residents have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. Compare that with the European Uni...

 2021-04-12 23:14 

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Widow confesses late hubby killed missing mom, her son in 2002...

A woman confessed that her late husband killed a young mom and her 4-year-old son who vanished in Arkansas in 2002 — bringing the two decade-old cold case to a close, authorities said. Barbara Krusen told the FBI earlier this month that her husband ...

 2021-04-12 23:12 

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Madonna just dropped $19.3M to buy The Weeknd's Hidden Hills house...

Madonna just shelled out a whopping $19.3 million for The Weekend's sprawling California estate....

 2021-04-12 23:06 

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Mets' lack of games playing role in slow start: 'Thing we're missing'...

The Mets left Port St. Lucie with full steam ahead and even got a last-minute boost from Francisco Lindor's contract extension on the eve of Opening Day. They have spent seven of the next 12 days not playing baseball. A mix of COVID-19 issues, schedul...

 2021-04-12 23:03 

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Woke CEOs' foolhardy bid to shape voting laws...

More than 120 CEOs and other corporate leaders met on Zoom over the weekend to discuss how to exert pressure to influence legislation around the country. The media would be reporting it as a vast s......

 2021-04-12 23:00 

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Behind the scenes at Trevor Lawrence's wedding: Crowd-surfing, selfies, more...

Trevor Lawrence's South Carolina wedding was one for the books. In new photos from the stunning celebration, the couple can be seen tearing up at the alter before they turned up at the after-party with their closest friends and family. The former Clem...

 2021-04-12 22:57 

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How 'No Activity' pivoted from live-action to animation...

"No Activity" was forced to get creative when the pandemic hit last spring and it quickly morphed from live-action to animation for Season 4 on Paramount+....

 2021-04-12 22:55 

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Rangers refuse to take shortcuts at NHL trade deadline...

So yes, with 15 games to go and a tournament berth still within the realm of possibility if you believe in divine intervention, of course the Rangers hierarchy sees the value of qualifying for the postseason. But not to the extent of adopting a Playoffs o...

 2021-04-12 22:54 

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NYC COVID cases tick down, as US infection rate rises...

New York City's number of daily COVID-19 cases declined over the past week, officials said Monday — though the country's infection rate is rising. Mayor Bill de Blasio said the city's latest seven-day daily average of new cases was 2,773...

 2021-04-12 22:50 

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How did it become normal for every police shooting to bring ruinous rioting?...

By now, it's a ritual of contemporary American life — a police-involved shooting followed by a riot. Police in Brooklyn Center, Minn., shot and killed 20-year-old Daunte Wright during a traffic stop last weekend, leading to a violent siege of th...

 2021-04-12 22:48 

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Phillies' revamped bullpen making all the difference: Sherman...

If the Phillies' 2020 bullpen had just been bad, the team would have made the playoffs last year; maybe even won the NL East. The butterfly effect would have — among other results — likely kept Dave Dombrowski as a front man trying to brin...

 2021-04-12 22:48 

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NYC's hottest new bar is a subway speakeasy with a 1,500-person waitlist...

There's a new underground hot spot off the 28th Street stop of the 1 train line, where curious commuters knock twice hoping for a cancellation on the lengthy waitlist....

 2021-04-12 22:35 

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Pelosi trashes AOC, Squad in 'child-like' voice: book...

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi mocked New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and her "Squad" of progressive allies, according to a book out later this month. Veteran journalist Susan Page of USA Today profiled Pelosi (D-Calif.) for her upcoming biogra...

 2021-04-12 22:26 

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2-year-old shot in the head during gunfight in Newark...

A 2-year-old girl was shot in the head as two groups exchanged gunfire in Newark on Monday, a report said. The unidentified toddler was hit at about 1:15 p.m. when shots rang out near 14th Avenue and South 6th Street in the Central Ward, according to CBS ...

 2021-04-12 22:24 

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Eagles treated Doug Pederson 'like a baby' amid culture of paranoia...

More insight has emerged concerning the micromanagement and dysfunction in the Philadelphia Eagles' front office, resulting in the firing of Super Bowl-winning head coach Doug Pederson in January. Multiple current and former team staffers told The Ath...

 2021-04-12 22:23 

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Listen to Episode 42 of 'Amazin' But True': Is Luis Rojas in Over His Head? feat. Dwight Gooden...

After going to more than 400 Mets games in my life, I have finally caught a ball. And it happened to be on Jacob deGrom's 100-mph fastball off the bat of Jazz Chisholm Jr. Should I have thrown it back? Not a chance. It also was the first 0-2 pitch deG...

 2021-04-12 22:21 

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Cuomo at fault for elderly, minorities lagging behind in COVID vaccinations...

Mayor Bill de Blasio and Gov. Andrew Cuomo keep droning on about vaccine "equity," and yet rates in New York's minority neighborhoods and among the state's elderly continue to lag —badly. Just 21 percent of residents in the Far Rocka...

 2021-04-12 22:09 

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'Hurting' Aaron Hicks sitting out Yankees game due to Daunte Wright shooting...

DUNEDIN, Fla. — After a black man was killed by a police officer in Minneapolis, Yankees outfielder Aaron Hicks decided he couldn't play Monday night against the Blue Jays. Yankees manager Aaron Boone said Hicks came to him Monday afternoon in t...

 2021-04-12 22:06 

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Biden's CBP nominee defended sanctuary cities, criticized police...

President Biden's expected pick to lead U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Chris Magnus, has a record of defending sanctuary cities and resisting Trump administration orders about undocumented immigrants. Magnus is currently police chief in Tucson, A...

 2021-04-12 22:02 

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Trey Lance is mystery man of 2021 NFL Draft: 'A lot of questions'...

Beauty is always in the eye of the beholder with so-called quarterback projects. What you see today is not what you will get tomorrow if you are right. And if you are right, you may have hit a Josh......

 2021-04-12 21:57 

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Letitia James urged to probe Cuomo's COVID nursing home actions...

The families of nursing home residents who died after contracting the coronavirus are urging state Attorney Letitia James to launch a criminal probe of Gov. Cuomo's actions during the pandemic. Voices for Seniors — a group that advocates for the...

 2021-04-12 21:51 

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Joe Judge assembling unprecedented Giants coaching staff...

If bigger is better, the Giants are going to be an exquisitely coached team this season. Joe Judge has assembled the largest coaching staff in Giants franchise history and what, unofficially, is believed to be the largest football staff in the NFL heading...

 2021-04-12 21:50 

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Times Square crowds show NYC returning to life...

Here's something we never expected to cheer: The Mickey Mice are back in Times Square, along with the Batmen and other buskers, including the accept-no-substitutes Naked Cowboy. It's a joy because it means the Crossroads of the World has returned ...

 2021-04-12 21:49 

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JoJo Siwa's popularity is skyrocketing now that she's come out...

Her true colors are shining through....

 2021-04-12 21:43 

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Family sues over death of war hero crushed in Soho crane accident...

The family of an Army war hero and father of four who was fatally crushed in a Manhattan crane accident two years ago has filed a wrongful death suit over the incident, new court papers show Gregory Echevarria, of Bushwick, Brooklyn, died April 13, 2019 a...

 2021-04-12 21:38 

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Dr. Oz accused of 'making fun of' contestant on 'Jeopardy!'...

The answer is: Another Daily Double full of trouble for Dr. Mehmet Oz. The celebrity MD — who has infamously flatlined as a guest host of "Jeopardy!" — is learning that sometimes laughter isn't always the best medicine. In the days...

 2021-04-12 21:25 

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Boston Dynamics' creepy robo-dog can now pee beer on command...

Oh good....

 2021-04-12 21:24 

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Mets-Phillies game postponed by rain...

The Mets have been washed out again. A day after they played for seven minutes, only to have their game suspended by rain, the nasty weather stuck once more around Citi Field and postponed Monday's Mets game against the Phillies. The game will be made...

 2021-04-12 21:15 

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Uber reports best month for bookings in company's history...

Uber said resurgent demand for rides and food orders propelled it to its biggest month for overall bookings in the company's 12-year history as the rate of vaccinations picks up across the US. In a Monday regulatory filing, Uber said March was its bes...

 2021-04-12 21:12 

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Original 'Tiger Mom' bares claws at Yale over allegations she boozed with students...

The original "Tiger Mom" is baring her claws at Yale University — after it yanked a position from the law professor for allegedly holding boozy parties with students at her Connecticut home. Amy Chua — who famously wrote "Battle Hy...

 2021-04-12 21:05 

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Don't raise corporate taxes and other commentary...

Economist: Don't Raise Corporate Taxes Even if President Biden wanted to raise revenue to address America's "mountain of debt" (rather than for his dubious $2.3 trillion "infrastructure" plan), hiking corporate taxes "is the wr...

 2021-04-12 21:05 

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Celeb stylist Frdric Fekkai relaunches Shea Butter Hair Collection...

The six-piece collection is dedicated to taming curls, eliminating frizz and making your hair look amazing....

 2021-04-12 21:00 

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Feds won't send extra vaccines to Michigan, say state should 'close things down'...

The federal government won't be sending extra COVID-19 shots to hard-hit Michigan since they won't arrive fast enough to fight the surge, officials said Monday — instead suggesting the state should "close things down" again. "We ...

 2021-04-12 20:55 

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Biden insists he is working toward bipartisan infrastructure plan in meeting with GOP...

President Biden on Monday rejected the idea that his White House meeting with Republican senators about his multi-trillion-dollar infrastructure package was merely performative — after top aides this weekend said he's attempting to redefine "...

 2021-04-12 20:55 

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Ebanie Bridges went from lingerie controversy to gruesome injury: 'Eyes bigger than my boobs'...

Brave boxing star Ebanie Bridges said her "eyes are bigger than my boobs" after she wowed the boxing world in a 10-round world title fight loss to rival Shannon Courtenay. The Australian school teacher fell just short of winning the vacant WBA ban...

 2021-04-12 20:55 

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Ebanie Bridges went from lingerie controversy to gruesome injury: 'Eyes bigger than my boobs'...

Brave boxing star Ebanie Bridges said her "eyes are bigger than my boobs" after she wowed the boxing world in a 10-round world title fight loss to rival Shannon Courtenay. The Australian school teacher fell just short of winning the vacant WBA ban...

 2021-04-12 20:52 

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NYC straphangers feel less safe than 6 months ago, survey says...

Regular New York City subway and bus riders feel less safe from crime and harassment than they did six months ago, according to MTA survey data obtained by The Post. The March survey of 25,205 "active" transit riders showed just 26 percent were &#...

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