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Andrew Yang rushes to aid of a photographer during assault on SI Ferry
Mayoral candidate Andrew Yang rushed to the aid of a news photographer who was attacked Friday on the Staten Island Ferry. Getty photojournalist Spencer Platt told The Post he was part of a small media entourage accompanying Yang on a tour of Staten Island when another ferry passenger began accosting the shutterbug. The attacker approached...
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Attackers shove Air Force vet, hurl anti-Asian slurs in California assault
A pair of attackers hurled anti-Asian slurs at a 27-year-old Air Force veteran and knocked him to the ground in Los Angeles’ Koreatown. Denny Kim, of South Los Angeles, said he was on his way to meet a friend for dinner around 8:30 p.m. Feb. 16 when two men hurled several anti-Asian slurs at him...
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Trash tycoon busted for bribery has curious links to two Manhattan DAs
George Kalergios pleaded guilty on Wednesday to bribing a city college official to land a lucrative contract.
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AOC urges Albany to probe Cuomo over sex harass claims
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez called on the state Legislature to investigate the “extraordinarily serious” sexual harassment accusations leveled against Gov. Andrew Cuomo by a former staffer, Lindsey Boylan. During an interview with DC reporters in the Capitol Thursday, AOC described the accusations as “extraordinarily serious” and said alleged victims “deserve to be heard.” She said the...
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Stream It Or Skip It: ‘The Informer’ on Amazon Prime, A Well-Executed Crime Thriller Where Joel Kinnaman Can’t Find Anyone To Trust
This nicely-paced, highly watchable crime thriller also features Rosamund Pike, Ana de Armas and Clive Owen.
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Ryan Seacrest’s most memorable and awkward red carpet moments
Ryan Seacrest will no longer be hosting “E!’s Live From the Red Carpet.” The emcee was a staple at the Oscars, Grammys, Golden Globes and Emmys for years, giving the world many memorable — and awkward — moments with celebrities. See his red-carpet encounters with Katy Perry, Kate Hudson, and watch him get dumped on...
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Rangers seeing progress in Alexis Lafreniere’s game
It’s easy to grow impatient when the first-overall pick in the 2020 NHL Draft – whom the Rangers miraculously won in a lottery and was tabbed as a franchise-altering player – has just two goals through the first 17 games of his career. But head coach David Quinn has worked with young hockey players nearly...
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How to Watch ‘Safer At Home,’ the Zoom-Style Horror Movie Set During COVID
Believe it or not, "Zoom Fatigue" isn't the scariest thing that happens in this new horror movie.
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Gaetz at CPAC: Cuomo ‘offered to replace staff meetings with strip poker’
Gov. Andrew Cuomo came under attack Friday at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference — where a Republican member of Congress mocked him over sexual harassment allegations and ripped his handling of nursing homes amid the coronavirus crisis. Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-Florida) said that “the fake news media and their allies in Silicon Valley made...
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Tina Fey’s stylist Cristina Ehrlich on prepping for Golden Globes 2021
"We’re favoring accessories that offer glam plus comfort, a reflection of our life-from-home fashion outlook," she told Page Six Style.
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Museums are safest indoor activity, study finds
For people fatigued with quarantine amid the COVID-19 pandemic, a new study from Germany recommends what to do after getting out of the house. Don’t go out to eat or get a haircut, don’t go shopping for food or go to the gym —  go to a museum. According to the Berlin Institute of Technology (TU Berlin) in Germany, the risk of COVID-19 infection via aerosol particles is...
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Feds bust NY man who photographed congressional documents during Capitol riot
A Capitol rioter from New York who broke into the Senate chamber and took photos of official congressional notes and documents during last month’s siege has been arrested and charged, according to federal authorities. The suspect, Christopher Moynihan of Salt Point, was busted Thursday afternoon after two people he previously worked with told investigators they...
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Defiant gym owner blasts NJ lockdown regulations as ‘unconstitutional’ at CPAC
The New Jersey gym owner who was fined $1.2 million for defying Gov. Murphy’s lockdown slammed the pandemic restrictions while addressing the Conservative Political Action Conference Friday. Ian Smith, 33, whose Atilis Gym in Bellmawr repeatedly refused to comply with COVID-19 lockdown orders, told the Orlando convention that the state government directive unfairly targeted small...
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Shanna Moakler: Liking that Kourtney Kardashian diss was an accident
She hit the like button on an Instagram comment that dissed her ex husband Travis Barker's new galpal
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Almost half of Americans 65 and older have gotten first COVID shot
Nearly half of Americans age 65 and older have gotten their first dose of the coronavirus vaccine, the White House said Friday. “In the time since the president has taken office, we’ve now doubled the pace of vaccinations and are rapidly on our way to vaccinating many of the people most at risk of dying...
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All the best ‘WandaVision’ merch the internet has to offer
Products include T-shirts, mugs and more.
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Nursing home scandal continues: Post’s week in photos
The Gov. Cuomo administration is under scrutiny over Covid-19 nursing home deaths cover-up.
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Stream It Or Skip It: ‘Billie Eilish: The World’s A Little Blurry’ on Apple TV+, A Wild Ride On The Singer and Songwriter’s Rocket To Stardom
Billie Eilish: The World's A Little Blurry offers a metric ton of personal insight and intimate moments for the young star's rabid fanbase.
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Tom Cotton responds to NYT controversy: I will never apologize for defending America
Sen. Tom Cotton denounced the controversy surrounding his New York Times op-ed last summer, which addressed how violence should be dealt with in the wake of riots emerging from racial justice protests. Speaking about the riots that erupted in cities nationwide at CPAC Friday, Cotton stood by his June 2020 piece, which caused fury among...
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Kevin Durant is going to be out longer than expected for Nets
Kevin Durant won’t be back until after the NBA All-Star break. The Nets star, sidelined since injuring his hamstring on Feb. 13, will require an additional recovery period that will keep him out until after the break, the team announced after getting the results of an MRI exam. Durant was named a captain of the...
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Italian mafia employs new strategies during COVID-19 lockdown: report
Italy’s mafia reportedly provided stimulus for some struggling small businesses in the country and there is concern that these establishments will become beholden to these mobsters going forward. The Financial Times, citing a study by Rome’s interior ministry on organized crime, reported that small or mid-sized businesses in the country were given the funds, but the mafia then reverted to the...
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Bronx robbery duo targets second jewelry store after 100K December heist: cops
A Bronx robbery duo is believed to have targeted another jewelry store this week — more than two months after they made out with about $100,000 in loot from another business, cops said.  The pair displayed guns as they entered King Jewelry, a department store on Third Avenue near East 150th Street around 10:15 a.m....
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Chrishell Stause and Keo Motsepe split after nearly 3 months
The couple met on Season 29 of "Dancing With the Stars."
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Kristen Stewart looks just like Princess Diana in new photos from film set
It will make you do a double take.
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United Airlines to pay $49.5M to settle international mail contract probe
United Airlines agreed to pay $49.5 million to resolve criminal charges and civil claims relating to fraud on Postal Service contracts for transportation of international mail, the US Justice Department said Friday. “United defrauded the US Postal Service by providing falsified parcel delivery information over a period of years and accepting millions of dollars of...
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Eddie Murphy Tells His Side of ‘Chappelle’s Show’ Prince Basketball Story
Murphy said his brother's tale on Chappelle's Show was "totally and absolutely accurate."
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NY Times insiders in new uproar over ‘appropriate’ use of N-word
Racial tensions continue to simmer inside the New York Times, with some current and former staffers outraged anew over a recent Facebook poll seeking to define an “appropriate” use of the N-word, The Post has learned. The poll — created by Matt Wald, a retired Times energy reporter who administers a private Facebook group for...
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Richard Carranza’s time in NYC has been marked by controversy and conflict
From the beginning, outspoken city schools Chancellor Richard Carranza’s tenure has been marked by controversy and conflict. After taking the helm in 2018, the veteran administrator vowed to unapologetically focus on issues like classroom diversity and screening practices. While backers endorsed his approach and cited the city’s racially separated schools, equally fierce critics argued that...
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Ex-NYPD cop admits to selling drugs to man who fatally overdosed
A drug-dealing ex-NYPD cop has pleaded guilty to manslaughter for selling a Long Island man the fentanyl pills that caused his fatal overdose, The Post has learned. Former Officer Joseph Recca, 28, of West Islip, LI, was busted in July with two co-conspirators on charges of criminal sale of a controlled substance, conspiracy and other...
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Stream It Or Skip It: ‘The United States Vs. Billie Holiday’ on Hulu, a Flawed Biopic With a Stunning Performance By Andra Day
Lee Daniels directs this account of the FBI's years-long harassment of the jazz icon.
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